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Downloading VirusTotal Malware Lookup for Splunk
SHA256 checksum (virustotal-malware-lookup-for-splunk_122.tgz) 9fb430a0210afbfed2c107ce91d5178cd25d1a67a3389b68698e18970000b0a1
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  6. Click Upload.
  7. Click Restart Splunk, and then confirm that you want to restart.
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VirusTotal Malware Lookup for Splunk

This app is used to supplement your data with information from VirusTotal.
The custom command ` | virustotal ` (bundled with this app) uses the `https://www.virustotal.com/vtapi/v2/file/report`
endpoint to communicate with the VirusTotal API.

This TA can be installed on the search head. No additional manual steps are required in distributed environments,
as the app only interacts with search-time functionality ( lookups and scheduled searches ).

This Add-on has been tested (and installed) on Splunk Cloud.

We're using GitLab to both share our source code and track issues (bugs or feature requests), please use it freely: https://gitlab.com/ecs_public_projects/splunk/TA-VirusTotal

Release Notes

Version 1.2.2
Nov. 6, 2018

### 1.2.2

Added cmd_timeout option to virustotal.conf and the app setup page. This option allows the user to provide a timeout
value. This is a patch intended to provide support for Splunk versions lower than 7.1.0. On those versions,
the search job lifecycle reaches the "Finalising" state prematurely, causing the command to terminate before it is
done processing all events. The consequence of correcting for this behaviour is that the user is unable to manually
"Stop" the job. The timeout was added to provide the user with the means to specify the maximum running time for the command,
intended to be especially useful in environments where manual stopping is impossible.


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