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This Technology Add-on provides CIM compliant field extractions, eventtypes and tags for the Comodo Firewall.

This add-on is compatible with Splunk Enterprise Security.


  • comodo:client:config
  • comodo:client:cmd
  • comodo:client:hips
  • comodo:client:file
  • comodo:client:firewall
  • comodo:client:task

Comodo Firewall Requirements

  • Ensure the Comodo firewall is writing to the Windows Event Logs. (General Settings > Logging > Check box for "Write to Windows Event Log")


Download this app from splunkbase or Github.

Where to Install

Search Heads : Yes
Indexers : Conditional
Heavy Forwarders : Conditional
Universal Forwarders : No
Must be installed on either the HF or Indexers

Input Requirements

This add-on uses the WinEventLog stanza in inputs.conf. See the splunk documentation for more information. The sourcetype must be set to "comodo" for this add-on to work.

Check the event viewer under Application and Server logs for the events you wish to monitor.


# sample inputs.conf

[WinEventLog://COMODO Client - Security CEF]
disabled = 0
sourcetype = comodo

[WinEventLog://COMODO Internet Security CEF]
disabled = 0
sourcetype = comodo

[WinEventLog://COMODO Internet Security Trace]
disabled = 0
sourcetype = comodo


Please open an issue at github.com

Release Notes

Version 1.0.0
April 20, 2019

Initial Release


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