What is it?
The Search Add-On for Shodan is a Splunk Search Add-On by Hurricane Labs
for interacting with the Shodan REST API.
This app should be installed on a Splunk Search Head. There is a web-based
setup screen where you should fill in your Shodan API key.
This command is a generating command, meaning it should be used at the start
of your search, like so:
| shodan 127.0.0.1
It supports the full Shodan query syntax.
Please see the file called LICENSE. In addition, this Add-On is bundled with
the Requests Python Library, which is distributed under the terms of the
license found in the file LICENSE.requests.
Feature requests, bug reports and support questions (provided on a best effort basis only) can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Improved README. Added example usage for | shodan command.
- Tested on 7.1
- Added searchbnf.conf for contextual help in search.
- Added max_pages parameter. Set this in order to consume more than 100 results per query.
WARNING: For each page consumed past the first one, you will lose a query credit.
Use this option at your own risk!
- Removed Requests library. No longer necessary.
- Minor version update.
- Cleaned up various items based on appinspect feedback
API key now stored in encrypted credential storage. This change requires the user running the shodan command to be able to decrypt passwords. If the user you'd like to use the app with does not have the "admin_all_objects" role, you will need to give them the "list_storage_passwords" capability.
Switched WPS communication to HTTPS.
Update for cloud vetting
This release fixes a typographical error in changes to the shodan SDK.
This release fixes a bug with the simplejson module which was causing issues in other apps built using the Django web framework.
Splunk 6 Only! This app allows you to enter your Shodan API key and then do queries against shodan's impressive search engine. It also powers our forthcoming Hurricane Labs App for Shodan.
Enter API key in config screen
Sample usage: |shodan ip_address
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