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Trend Micro TippingPoint app for Splunk

Overview
Details
Pre-configured dashboards provide an at-a-glance view that highlights blocked and permitted attacks in your environment. Integration with the TippingPoint central management solution allows the retrieval of PCAPs (when available) for further forensics. Splunk administrators can track security policy and Digital Vaccine updates made to your TippingPoint deployment.

A CIM data model mapping is included.

Requires a TippingPoint Security Management System (SMS) or Cloud One – Network Security to send syslog events to Splunk.

Overview

This TippingPoint Splunk app package provides additional insight into your network environment security.

Read the installation instructions that follow to configure either Cloud One – Network Security or the SMS to use this app.

For more information, refer to the Splunk Enterprise 8.0 documentation.

Cloud One – Network Security Configuration

Prerequisites

You must have an AWS account with the ability to create and edit VPCs, subnets, EC2 instances, and security groups.

Installation

Create an AWS Splunk instance

Include the following security group information for your Splunk instance on the Create a new security group page in AWS:

Type Protocol               Port Range     Source Description
SSH TCP 22 CIDRs for admin SSH SSH port available to only specified CIDRs for admin SSH
Custom TCP Rule TCP 8000 CIDRs for user login TCP port available to only specified CIDRs for user login
Custom UDP Rule UDP 8514 SMS IP An inbound rule that permits logs to be forwarded from the SMS
Custom TCP Rule TCP 8516 Cloud One – Network Security IP An inbound rule that permits logs to be forwarded from Cloud One – Network Security virtual appliances through TCP
Custom TCP Rule
NOTE: This rule is only required for the optional SSL configuration.
TCP 8515 Cloud One – Network Security IP An inbound rule that permits logs to be forwarded from Cloud One – Network Security virtual appliances through TCP/SSL

Learn more about creating Splunk AWS instances:

(Optional) Enable an SSL connection

To enable SSL, you need the following:

  • Splunk server
  • CA certificate
  • Network Security virtual appliance

Step 1: Set up the Splunk Enterprise server

  1. Upload your CA certificate to your Splunk server.

  2. SSH in to your Splunk server.

  3. Locate the Splunk server's general input configuration file. For example: $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/system/local/inputs.conf for cloud server

  4. Add the following SSL section to the input configuration file:

    [SSL]
    serverCert = PATH_TO_YOUR_CA_CERT
    sslPassword = CA_PASSWORD_IF_ANY

  5. Restart the Splunk server with the following command:

    $SPLUNK_HOME/bin/splunk restart splunkd

Learn more about Splunk SSL settings:

Step 2: Set up the Network Security virtual appliance

  1. SSH in to your Network Security virtual appliance.

  2. Enter the following commands to append your CA certificate and name it ca-splunk:

    appliance{}edit
    appliance{running}certificate
    appliance{running-certificates}ca-certificate ca-splunk

  3. At the prompt to enter your CA certificate, paste your certificate on the console, and then press Enter.

  4. Enter the following commands to save the certificate:

    appliance{running-certificates}commit
    appliance{running-certificates}exit
    appliance{running}exit
    appliance{}save

  5. At the confirmation prompt, type y to continue.

Set up Cloud One – Network Security

Use this procedure to validate the Splunk server against the provided certificate.

  1. Log in to the Network Security management interface.
  2. Navigate to NetworkAppliancesSplunk, and click on the Edit button next to Splunk Configuration.
  3. (Optional) If using SSL, toggle the Certificate option to Yes.
  4. (Optional) If using SSL, enter the certificate name that you imported in step 2 of Step 2: Set up the Network Security virtual appliance , ca-splunk.
  5. Click Save.
  6. The Status field changes to Connection Successful when the certificate has been successfully verified.

SMS Configuration

  1. Log in to your SMS Client.
  2. Click on Admin → Server Properties (left panel) → Syslog (tab).
  3. Click on New under Syslog Formats, and fill in the following parameters before clicking OK:
    • Assign a name, like Splunk Export Format.
    • Add a description.
    • Copy and paste the Splunk Syslog Pattern below in the Pattern box.
  4. Configure a new syslog exporter to send IPS events to your Splunk Server by clicking on New in the Remote Syslog for Events section. The Syslog server field is the IP address of your Splunk Server.
  5. In the Log Type field, select the name assigned in step 3 (e.g. Splunk Export Format).
  6. Configure a new syslog exporter to send SMS Audit messages to your Splunk Server for Digital Vaccine and Policy Distribution History by clicking on New in the Remote Syslog for Events section.
  7. In the Log Type field, select SMS Audit. Select PIPE as the Delimiter.

Visit the Trend Micro Online Help Center for more details and options:

Trend Micro Online Help Center - Splunk Getting Started Guide

Splunk Syslog Pattern:

CEF:0|TippingPoint|UnityOne|1.0.0.17|${signatureNumber}|${filterName}|${severity}|app=${protocol} cnt=${hitCount} dst=${destAddressv4} dpt=${destPort} act=${flowControl} cn1=${vlanTag} cn1Label=VLAN ID cn2=${taxonomyID} cn2Label=Taxonomy cn3=${packetTrace} cn3Label=Packet Trace cs1=${profileName} cs1Label=Profile Name cs2=${policyUUID} cs2Label=Policy UUID cs3=${signatureUUID} cs3Label=Signature UUID cs4=${deviceSegment} cs4Label=DeviceSegment cs5=${smsName} cs5Label=SMS Name dvchost=${deviceName} cs6=${msgParameters} cs6Label=Filter Message Parms srcip=${srcAddressv4} spt=${srcPort} externalId=${eventID} rt=${eventTimestamp} cat=${categoryName} proto=${protocol} deviceInboundInterface=${physicalPortIn} c6a2=${srcAddressv6} c6a2Label=Source IPv6 c6a3=${destAddressv6} c6a3Label=Destination IPv6 request=${uriString} requestMethod=${uriMethod} dhost=${uriHost} sourceTranslatedAddress=${clientAddressv4} c6a1=${clientAddressv6} c6a1Label=Client IPv6 suser=${srcUserName} sntdom=${srcUserDomain} duser=${destUserName} dntdom=${destUserDomain}

Release Notes

Version 2.1.2
Feb. 2, 2021
  • Support for Cloud One - Sourcetype for Cloudwatch format
216
Installs
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