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Trend Micro Deep Discovery App for Splunk

Overview
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Trend Micro Deep Discovery App for Splunk supports Trend Micro Deep Discovery solutions. This app analyzes detection events from Deep Discovery Inspector, Deep Discovery Email Inspector and Deep Discovery Analyzer, and provides the following key features:

1. Actionable dashboard and reporting to help users quickly identify threats or malicious activities occurring on their networks
2. RetroScan of Web access logs against Smart Protection Network threat intelligence and Deep Discovery custom detections
3. User-defined Watch List — provides focused monitoring of suspicious activities associated with critical hosts and email accounts
4. Common Information Model support — supports the data models 'malware' and 'intrusion detection'

This app provides a collection of dashboards that help you conduct a thorough analysis of targeted attacks and advanced threats. The app supports Deep Discovery Inspector, Deep Discovery Email Inspector and Deep Discovery Analyzer logs. It helps your organization identify and take action against targeted attacks.

The complete documentation is available here:
http://docs.trendmicro.com/all/ent/dd_app_splunk/v1.1.2/en-us/dd_app_for_splunk_1.1.2_olh

To ask a question regarding this app, please go to:
http://answers.splunk.com/app/questions/2867.html

Trend Micro Deep Discovery customers may receive email support by contacting:
ddappsupport@trendmicro.com

Support hours are Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm, U.S. Pacific Time, exclude weekends and national holidays. You may expect a response within 3 business days.

Activating Deep Discovery App

  1. Go to Configuration > License
  2. Specify a valid Activation Code. Use any valid Deep Discovery Inspector, Deep Discovery Email Inspector or Deep Discovery Analyzer Activation Code.
  3. Click on the Activate button.

Deep Discovery App Configuration

To enable the app to process Deep Discovery Inspector, Deep Discovery Email Inspector and Deep Discovery Analyzer event logs:

  1. Go to Configuration > App Set Up.
  2. Specify name of the index; example "index=ddi_index".
  3. Specify source type; example “sourcetype=tmef-*”.
  4. Click Save.

Please refer to the online documentation for instruction on configuring the
app to enable Web Access Log Correlation.

Deep Discovery Product Configuration

Deep Discovery App assigns the source type “cefevents” to data entering Splunk
through TCP port 8080. Subsequently, the app assigns more granular source types
that start with “tmef-” to received data. The source types enable Splunk to
correctly format data during indexing and to perform more specific event
processing. If your network firewall prevents the Splunk server from receiving
data through port 8080, you must configure a new data input based on your
network policy. For example, typical syslog servers use UDP port 514.

  • Configuring Deep Discovery Inspector:
  1. For v3.6 and 3.7, go to Logs > Syslog Server Settings; for v3.8, go to
    Administration > Integrated Products / Services > Syslog.
  2. Click Add.
  3. On the Add Syslog Server screen, select Enable syslog server.
  4. Enter IP address of the Splunk server for the IP address field, and
    appropriate port for the Port field. Specify TCP for the Protocol field.
  5. For Log Format, please select “Trend Micro Event Format (TMEF).
  6. Select all log types under Detection logs.
  7. Click Save.
  • Configuring Deep Discovery Analyzer:
  1. Go to Administration > Log Settings screen.
  2. Select Send logs to a syslog server.
  3. Enter IP address of the Splunk server for the IP address field, and
    appropriate port for the Port field. Specify TCP for the Protocol field.
  4. For Log Format, please select “Trend Micro Event Format (TMEF); choosing
    CEF will also work here.
  • Configuring Deep Discovery Email Inspector:
  1. Go to Administration >Integrated/ Products / Services > Log Settings screen.
  2. Click Add.
  3. Enter a Profile name and enter the IP address of the Splunk server for the IP address field, and appropriate port for the Port field. Specify TCP for the Protocol field.
  4. For Log Format, please select “Trend Micro Event Format (TMEF).
  5. Click Save.

Release Notes

Version 1.1.2
Dec. 4, 2017

- Support new event log 200128|SUBMISSION_ANALYZED which is extended log for event log 200119|FILE_ANALYZED and 200126|URL_ANALYZED from Deep Discovery Analyzer
- Move widget "Virtual Analyzer - High Risk Files" from Summary page to Detections > Custom Detections and Watchlists page
- Add a new widget - "Virtual Analyzer - High Risk URLs" in Detections > Custom Detections and Watchlists page
- Add Proxy Setting in Configuration > App Set Up page for license activation and "Web Access Log Correlation"

Version 1.1.1
Dec. 15, 2015

v1.1.1 requires a fresh installation. If you already have v1.1.0, please save your custom settings as you will need to reconfigure them after a fresh installation of v1.1.1.

v1.1.1 fixed Splunk 6.3 compatibility issues in the following pages:
1. Configuration
-- App Set Up - not able to be saved under Splunk 6.3.
-- Event Filers - CSS stylesheet timeout issue
-- Watchlist - format issue
-- License - CSS stylesheet timeout issue
2. Web Access Log Correlation - format issue

This release also addressed several certification issues:
3. Removed hidden files from the package
4. Disabled the executable attribute for non-executable files

Version 1.1.0
Sept. 3, 2015

TrendMicro Deep Discovery App for Splunk supports Trend Micro Deep Discovery
solutions, including Deep Discovery Inspector and Deep Discovery Analyzer.
This is the first public release of this App.

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