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  2. On the Apps menu, click Manage Apps.
  3. Click Install app from file.
  4. In the Upload app window, click Choose File.
  5. Locate the .tar.gz file you just downloaded, and then click Open or Choose.
  6. Click Upload.
  7. Click Restart Splunk, and then confirm that you want to restart.
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  1. Put the downloaded file in the $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps directory.
  2. Untar and ungzip your app or add-on, using a tool like tar -xvf (on *nix) or WinZip (on Windows).
  3. Restart Splunk.
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SecureLink Titan

This app provides the ability to ingest TITAN threat intel to power searches given an api token. This can be used to determine if endpoints are infected by malware or are performing suspicious outbound communications.

To install, the account must have the following capabilities:
inherit user capabilities (front-end browsing)
admin_all_objects (install app, write config files, delete config files)
rest_apps_management (install app)

Release Notes

Version 1.2.7
Jan. 22, 2019

This app lets you ingest TITAN Threat intel, allowing threat detection from different sources of publicand premium threat intel sources.

Install the app from file or through Splunkbase.
You will be prompted to run the setup upon completion.
Press "set up now" to be taken to the setup page.
Follow the modal dialogs to set up the fetching.
The output from the wrapper will be logged to index=main sourcetype="threatlist:titan:downloadinfo"

Keep in mind you might need to restart the SH after installation.
You can set up the fetching interval via Settings > Data Inputs > Scripts.
The default value is once every 3600s. This should be enough for most uses.


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