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RST Cloud Threat Database Add-on for Splunk

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RST Cloud Threat Database Add-on allows to aggregate threat intelligence from multiple sources, store it locally in the Redis Database and quickly check a bunch of IP addresses against it. It makes possible to determine malicious IP addresses in the logs and use this information to analyse such activities.

- Automatically download IP reputation data and save in the Redis Database;
- Predefined macros helps to enrich your log containing IP addresses;
- A near real-time performance with an ability to process thousands of IPs at one time.

RST Cloud Threat Database Add-on for Splunk


RST Cloud ThreatDB Add-on contains scripts which automate the IP reputation aggregation process from the different sources.

The Threat Intelligence data will help you to:

  • identify malicious activity in your infrastructure
  • prioritise alerts based on IP reputation score
  • classify attackers as blacklisted IPs, spam senders, web form spammers and so on
  • determine fake search bots

Supported feeds:

  • Sblam!
  • StopForumSpam
  • CINS Score
  • Blocklist.de (Bad bots, SSH attackers, Apache attackers)
  • Ransomware Tracker
  • SSLBL (Compromised SSL IPs)
  • AlienVault (Snort reputation database)
  • Binary Defence
  • EmergingThreats (Feodo, Zeus, Palevo, Spamhaus, Dshield feeds)
  • Arbor ATLAS (Attacks, Phishing, Fast flux, Scans)
  • MYIP.ms (Bad bots)
  • Botvrij
  • Darklist.de
  • Labs.Snort
  • OpenBL
  • Danger.Rulez
  • BambenekConsulting
  • Tor Project

More information on:


  • Install Redis (http://redis.io/) on Splunk Search Head (or other server) to store IP reputation data
  • To run lookup command install some libraries on Splunk Search Head:
$ wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py
$ python get-pip.py
$ sudo pip install redis 
$ sudo pip install netaddr
  • All Python modules will be installed on your local Python instance, but not in Splunk Python instance
  • Open $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/threatDB/bin and edit this lines, if needed


sys.path.append("/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages") # Path to redis-py module
redis_server = ''
redis_port = 6379


redis_server = ''
redis_port = 6379


redis_server = ''
redis_port = 6379


  • Database must be accessed from Splunk Search Head

Getting Started

  • Create the directory to store feeds:
$ mkdir -p /tmp/threatsupload
  • Modify /etc/crontab to create an update job (update once peer day, in database entry TTL = 48 hours):
2 0 * * * root $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/threatDB/bin/start_threatupload.sh /tmp/threatsupload

root is an example here. In production environment you can use any user account.


  • To start on Search app:
| lookup local=true lookupthreat clientip

local - needed to start scripts only on Splunk Head Search, but not on Indexers

  • To parse script output you can use the macros:
| `threatDB(clientip)`

Release Notes

Version 1.3
March 16, 2017
  1. Fixed bugs on redisworker.py
  2. Supported new feeds:
  3. Danger.Rulez
  4. BambenekConsulting
  5. Tor Project
Version 1.2
Aug. 13, 2016
  1. Fixed bugs on start_threatupload.sh
  2. threadDB macros included
  3. Supported feeds:
  4. Sblam!
  5. StopForumSpam
  6. CINS Score
  7. Blocklist.de
  8. Ransomware Tracker
  9. SSLBL
  10. AlienVault
  11. Binary Defence
  12. EmergingThreats
  13. Arbor ATLAS
  14. MYIP.ms
  15. Botvrij
  16. Darklist.de
  17. Labs.Snort
  18. OpenBL
Version 1.1
Aug. 1, 2016
  1. Changed Threat category names
  2. New variable in start_threatupload.sh (see Details)
  3. New Threat Sources included.
  4. Supported feeds:
  5. Sblam!
  6. StopForumSpam
  7. CINS Score
  8. Blocklist.de
  9. Ransomware Tracker
  10. SSLBL
  11. AlienVault
  12. Binary Defence
  13. EmergingThreats
  14. Arbor ATLAS
  15. MYIP.ms
  16. Botvrij
  17. Darklist.de
  18. Labs.Snort
  19. OpenBL
Version 1.0
July 23, 2016

Supported feeds:
1. Sblam!
2. StopForumSpam
3. CINS Score
4. Blocklist.de
5. Ransomware Tracker
7. AlienVault
8. Binary Defence
9. EmergingThreats


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