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Add-on for Microsoft Sysmon

Overview
Details
Provides a data input and CIM-compliant field extractions for Microsoft Sysmon. The Microsoft Sysmon utility provides data on process creation (including parent process ID), network connections, and much more.

This add-on was originally created by Adrian Hall. We appreciate Adrian's contribution and his willingness to turn over control to the current team for ongoing maintenance and development.

TA-Microsoft-Sysmon v6.0.4

   Original Author: Adrian Hall
   Current maintainers: Jim Apger, Dave Herrald, James Brodsky 
   Contributors: https://github.com/dstaulcu
                 https://github.com/MikeKemmerer
                 https://github.com/trogdorsey
   Version/Date: 6.0.4 / Sep 9, 2017
   Sourcetype: XmlWinEventLog:Microsoft-Windows-Sysmon/Operational
   Has index-time ops: false

Update History

   6.0.4 Sep 9, 207
   --------
   Prep for Splunk certification.

   6.0.3
   --------
   Typo corrected.
   Special thanks to David Dorsey (https://github.com/trogdorsey) for this contribution.

   6.0.2
   --------
   Field extractions added including but not limited to cmdline, parent_process, 
   and parent_process_id.
   Special thanks to David Dorsey (https://github.com/trogdorsey) for this contribution.

   6.0.1
   --------
   Field extractions for MD5, SHA1, SHA256, IMPHASH
   Special thanks to David Staulcup (https://github.com/dstaulcu) for ongoing 
   assistance and contributions


   6.0.0
   --------
   Updates to support sysmon V6
   Special thanks to David Staulcup (https://github.com/dstaulcu) for ongoing 
   assistance and contributions


   5.0.0
   --------
   Updates to support sysmon V5
   Note the sample configuration included below was modified to exclued the 
   ImageLoad section which was found to be causing BSOD on some Windows 7 test 
   systems. Special thanks to David Staulcup 
   (https://github.com/dstaulcu) for ongoing assistance and contributions

   4.0.0
   --------
   Minor updates to support Sysmon V4 and optimize the hash field extraction. 
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/8
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/9
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/10
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/11

   3.2.3
   --------
   Minor updates to add workflow actions via pull request and subsequent fine 
   tuning.
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/5
   See: https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/pull/6

   3.2.2
   --------
   Minor updates to extract various hash values into individual fields for convenience:
   https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/issues/4

   3.2.1
   --------
   Minor updates to align with sysmon version 3.21. For details see:
   https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/issues/1
   https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/issues/2
   https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/issues/3

   3.1.1
   -------
   Major modification of the version to better align with SplunkBase.
   Fixed typos in eventtypes.conf and props.conf

   0.3.1
   -----
   Lookup table added to support Sysmon 3.1
   Additional CIM compliance added
   Example config added
   Revved to version 0.3.1 to match current Sysmon version

Using this TA

   Configuration: Install TA via GUI on all search heads, install
   via your preferred method (manual or Deployment Server) on
   forwarders running on Windows that have Sysmon 3.1 or greater
   installed

   Ensure that you have at least version 6.2.0 universal forwarders.
   This is because of the Windows XML event log format.

   http://blogs.splunk.com/2014/11/04/splunk-6-2-feature-overview-xml-event-logs/

   For additional info on Sysmon see:

   http://blogs.splunk.com/2014/11/24/monitoring-network-traffic-with-sysmon-and-splunk/

Support

   This is a community supported TA. As such, post to answers.splunk.com
   and reference it. Someone should be with you shortly.

   Pull requests via github are welcome!

Recommended Configuration

   We strongly recommend that you use the popular Sysmon configuration shared by SwiftOnSecurity 
   as your starting point:

   https://github.com/SwiftOnSecurity/sysmon-config

Previously Recommended Configuration

   3/16/2017 - The following configuration guidance was inlcuded historically
   but should now be considered deprecated. We suggest instead that you use the SwiftOnSecurity
   configuration as a starting point, and tune it to meet your needs. You may choose to
   use elements of the legacy configuration below, particularly if you are interested
   in exluding common Splunk image/file names from creating Sysmon events. 
   NOTE: If you choose to excude certain events based on file name, please be aware 
   that this could potentially be abused by an attacker to hide malicious activity by 
   choosing an excluded name for their malware. If you are not willing to accept this 
   risk, do not use the configuration below.

   Sysmon is capable of delivering a large amount of events into your
   Splunk instance. The following configuration, loaded into each
   system running Sysmon 3.1 or greater, will reduce the amount of data considerably.
   Special thanks go to Jeff Walzer from the University of Pittsburgh for
   originally helping to test this (walzer@pitt.edu).

   Load this via sysmon -c (filename) from an admin-level command prompt.
   (after you have placed it in a text file). You may get some 
   unusual errors - these are benign and can be ignored. Check the
   filtering via a "sysmon -c" with no argument.

   For additional Sysmon filtering, remove the entire ImageLoad 
   section.

Release Notes

Version 6.0.4
Sept. 9, 2017

Version 6.0.3
Sept. 9, 2017

Version 6.0.2
Sept. 6, 2017

Version 6.0.0
March 13, 2017

Version 5.0.0
Nov. 22, 2016

Updated lookups to support Sysmon V5.

Version 4.0.0
Oct. 1, 2016

Version 3.2.3
May 31, 2016

Version 3.2.2
May 28, 2016

Now extracts various hash values into convenient fields. See https://github.com/splunk/TA-microsoft-sysmon/issues

Version 3.2.1
April 26, 2016

Several minor bugfixes and enhancements. Tested with Microsoft Sysmon version 3.21

Version 3.1.1
Sept. 29, 2015

3.1.1
-------
Major modification of the version to better align with SplunkBase.
Fixed typos in eventtypes.conf and props.conf

Version 0.3.1
Sept. 29, 2015

Version 0.3.1 was contributed by James Brodsky.

-Confirmed to work with Sysmon 3.1
-Some more CIM work
-new README file
-example Sysmon config (in readme)
-Lookup file to map event codes to event descriptions

Version 0.1.1
Dec. 1, 2014

Added CIM compliance for process events

Version 0.1.0
Nov. 24, 2014

Initial CIM-compliant Release

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