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Blue team app for Office 365 and Azure

Admins: Please read about Splunk Enterprise 8.0 and the Python 2.7 end-of-life changes and impact on apps and upgradeshere.
The Blue team app for Office 365 and Azure is developed to help you investigate the Office 365 Audit log. This app contains over 20 unique searches that will help you identify suspicious activity in your Office 365 and Azure environment.

This app relies on the data collected in the Unified Audit Log.

There are several ways to export this data out of an environment:
1. Exporting the data using the Office 365 Extractor (https://github.com/PwC-IR/Office-365-Extractor)
Full disclosure this app was built by a colleague and me.
2. Getting the data from the API which can be achieved with the Splunk Add-on for Microsoft Office 365
3. Using the Office 365 Security and Compliance web portal

The custom timeline app is used for one visualisation and can be found here:

Getting started:
- Update the macro `ual` to the index where your UAL data is stored.

- Please send me feedback on the app so I can make it better!

Credit to tr4cefl0w (https://twitter.com/tr4cefl0w) for some of the searches as described on his blog https://0x00sec.org/t/a-blue-team-guide-to-azure-office-365-monitoring/14411

Release Notes

Version 1.3
July 21, 2020

Enjoy the latest release and thank you all for the feedback, below the changes that were made for this version:

- Oauth dasboard contained several searches that made use of redundant search terms, removed them.
- Improved the Account Investigator (AI) dashboard with a free text search and some panel shuffling

Version 1.2
March 23, 2020

Added a new dashboard for OAuth2 Abuse, it is currently in beta.
Dasbhoard contains 4 panels that I have used to successfully identify malicious apps.
As usual feedback is welcome, happy testing and stay safe!

Version 1.1
Nov. 25, 2019

Fixed a bug where the default navigation was set to the wrong permissions.

Version 1.0
Oct. 16, 2019

Version 1.0 is here.
- Include time filter in every dashboard to filter large datasets
- Bugfixes

Version 0.1.4
Sept. 10, 2019


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