JupiterOne Authentication Guide

How to authenticate JupiterOne for use with Tines

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Written by Daniel Stoeski
Updated over a week ago

JupiterOne is a leading cybersecurity company specializing in cyber asset and attack surface management. Customers use the JupiterOne platform to connect the dots between all assets, people, and risks, providing deep context and insight into their expanding technology footprint. JupiterOne helps teams discover assets, map relationships, and triage risks to reduce attack surfaces.

First, get a JupiterOne API key

  1. Login to your JupiterOne account at https://login.us.jupiterone.io/

  2. Click on the menu in the top right and select "Account API Tokens"


  3. Click "New Token"


  4. Name the token, select the number of days it is valid for and choose the privilege level, and then click "Create"


  5. Copy your "Token" to a text editor and click "Done"

  6. Click on the menu in the top right and select "Account Management"

  7. Copy your "Account Id" to a text editor


Lastly, create JupiterOne resources and a credential in Tines

You will need to create:

  • One Text type credential: "JupiterOne"

  • Two resources: "JupiterOne domain" and "JupiterOne account id"

  1. Login to your Tines tenant

  2. Navigate to the team that will be using the API and click "Resource"

  3. Click "+ New Resource"

  4. Input the values for the JupiterOne resource

    • Name: JupiterOne domain

    • Description: Optional

    • Builder: The JupiterOne domain, i.e. api.us.jupiterone.io

  5. Optional

    • Access: What other teams can also use the resource

  6. Click "Save resource"

  7. Click "+ New Resource"

  8. Input the values for the JupiterOne resource

    • Name: JupiterOne account id

    • Description: Optional

    • Builder: Your JupiterOne account id

  9. Optional

    • Access: What other teams can also use the resource

  10. Click "Save resource"

  11. Navigate to the team that will be using the API and click "Credential"

  12. Click "+ New Credential" and select "Text"

  13. Input the values for the JupiterOne credential

    1. Name: JupiterOne

    2. Description: Optional

    3. Value: Your Token

  14. Optional

    1. Domains: Ensure this credential can only be used when making HTTP requests to specific domains.

    2. Access: What other teams can also use the API

  15. Click "Save"

For more on creating credentials in Tines, click here.

You can find a selection of JupiterOne stories in the story library

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