Get a hourly file feed batch

This endpoint returns a single package containing all minutely packages returned in /feeds/files/{time} endpoint for a given hour. The returned file is a .tar.bz2 file which contains the 60 minutely feeds for that hour.

The provided time argument must be in YYYYMMDDhh format. For example, time 2021012211 returns the batches correspoding to January 21st 2021 11:00 - 11:59 UTC. You can download batches up to 7 days old, and the most recent batch has always a 2 hours lag with respect with to the current time. This means that if the current time in UTC is T you can download batch T-2h but any more recent.

Successful calls to this endpoint will return a 302 redirect response to a URL from which the final batch file will be downloaded.

The downloaded file is a bzip2 tar file which include 60 files, one for each minute, these are UTF-8 text file which contains one JSON structure per line, where the structure represents a file object as returned by the GET /files/{id} endpoint. Besides the standard attributes usually found in all file objects, two additional context attributes are also included: download_url and submitter. The download_url attribute is a link that can be used to download the file itself, while submitter is a dictionary with lossy-ciphered non-identifiable information about who submitted the file to VirusTotal. Notice however that submitter is not present in all files as some files are re-analyzed by VirusTotal without being submitted by some external user.

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