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URL Parser

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Scripted lookup that creates new fields from your URL. It can be fairly complex to extract properly things such as a TLD.

Created by the Splunk Security Practice team, it will be a great enhancement to analyze your DNS, proxy logs, or anything that contains URLs.

Faup addon just needs an url field, and will enrich it by prefixing created fields with "url_".

One can provide urls by typing: "* | lookup faup url".

For example, with the url "http://foo:bar@www.example.co.jp:1234/index.html?a=blah&b=ahah#hihi" extracted fields are:
* url_scheme: http
* url_credential: foo:bar
* url_subdomain: www
* url_domain: example.co.jp
* url_domain_without_tld: example
* url_host: www.example.co.jp
* url_tld: co.jp
* url_port: 1234
* url_resource_path: /index.html
* url_query_string: ?a=blah&b=ahah
* url_fragment: #hihi

It was designed for many edge cases we get in real life: IPv4/6 addresses, simple hosts (http://localhost), custom TLDs (http://foo.bar, foo.42), exceptions in TLDs (bl.uk, etc.) ...

Faup stands for 'Finally An URL Parser' and is able to normalize urls to extract TLDs, domains, subdomains etc. without the known issues encountered with a regex.

To extract level > 1 TLDs, Faup goes against the list provided by Mozilla, so exceptions like bl.uk are respected. The domain www.example.co.uk will extract 'co.uk', while www.example.bl.uk will extract 'uk'.

Release Notes

Version 1.2
Sept. 29, 2013

Update release to make thing

Version 1.1
Sept. 29, 2013

Works only for Linux x86_64 and MacOS.

Version 1.0
June 8, 2013

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