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# TA-thehive

This add-on is designed to add alert action on Splunk to create alerts in The Hive

# Use Cases

Hunting in Splunk logs > saved searches in Splunk > on match create an alert on TheHive or (later) any security incident response platform of your choice.

# Usage
you may build a search returning some values for these fields (field file is not supported)


and one field to group rows. For example

## example
| eval id = md5(some common key in rows belonging to the same alert)
| rename md5 AS hash:md5
| table id, autonomous-system, domain, filename, fqdn, hash, hash:md5, ip, mail, mail_subject, other, regexp, registry, uri_path, url, user-agent

## tips

- Values may be empty for some fields; they will be dropped gracefully.
- Only one combination (dataType, data, message) is kept for the same alert.
- Multivalue fields are parsed and individual values used to create observables
- if you build a field with a name like **:** then an observable is created with the text passed as message/description. See above
- You may add any other columns, they will be passed as elements with dataType "other".

see https://github.com/remg427/TA-thehive

Release Notes

Version 1.0.8
March 20, 2019

version 1.0.8 - 2019/03/20
- custom observables
- client certificates

version 1.0.6 - 2019/03/08
- field th_msg for custom message

Version 1.0.5 - 21019/03/13
- support multivalues fileds
- pass messages with data type: for example field hash:md5

Version 1.0.6
March 8, 2019

version 1.0.6 - 08/03/2019
- field th_msg for custom message

Version 1.0.5 - 13/02/2019
- support multivalues fileds
- pass messages with data type: for example field hash:md5
- doc and icons

Version 1.0.4 - 4/02/2019
- TA to create alerts in TheHive instanc

Version 1.0.5
Feb. 13, 2019

Version 1.0.5 - 13/02/2019
- support multivalues fileds
- pass messages with data type: for example field hash:md5
- doc and icons

Version 1.0.4 - 4/02/2019
- TA to create alerts in TheHive instances.


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