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TA-Volatility

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Overview
Manually parsing, analyzing and visualizing memory analysis is painful and time consuming.
Now you can ingest your memory analysis plugin outputs into Splunk for visualization and aggregate analysis!
The possibilities are limitless once you have your data in a central location.
This add-on can even be deployed to a remote systems and forwarded to an indexer or cluster!
See our github for the latest fork of volatility (https://github.com/mutedmouse/volatility) and the branches of TA-volatility (https://github.com/mutedmouse/ta-volatility).

NOTE: listprocess custom command syntax MUST match the following OR SEARCH WILL STALL and manual process termination will be required:
__search__ | listprocess root_process_id=integer_pid process_field=name_field ppid_field=ppid_field pid_field=pid_field
This syntax is presented in the help message when you begin entering listprocess command in the search bar and documented under searchbnf.conf for listprocess.
Command improvements coming in 2.6.7 and above releases.

Release Notes

Version 2.6.9
Oct. 17, 2018

Debuted at OSDFCon 2018, this version contains all of the previous capabilities as well as tested LINE_MERGE fixed for multiline forwarded Volatility JSON events. Enjoy and see whats coming in the OSDFcon 2018 published slides for "Farming the Loot Cave: Threat Hunting in Memory with the Volatility Framework and Big Data".

Version 2.6.8
May 29, 2018

Rewritten to utilize one core and effectively manage memory
Ingest data now comes in JSON format with fields matching original volatility output fields
Exception is field names are lowercased and have special character ('s, )'s and |'s removed.
Tested on 7.1 ad 7.0
getaddress custom command converts decimal offset values to hex for faster follow on actions in volatility

Version 2.6.6
April 6, 2018

Included Documentation/QuickStart dashboard --> documentation.xml
Moved windows_envar.py to windows_envars.py
Changed inputs, props and transforms to reflect changes to windows_envars.py
Fixed line breaking error in windows_mftparser.py
Currently troubleshooting listprocess custom command from bug report.

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