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Cisco SecureX threat response - Custom Search Command

Splunk Cloud
Cisco SecureX threat response Add-On for Splunk provides a custom search command allowing users to query Cisco SecureX threat response for targets and verdicts from observables within a Splunk instance.

Required API Client Scopes

When creating your API Client in Cisco SecureX threat response it must have the following scopes
- Enrich
- Inspect

Getting Started

  1. Configure the Cisco SecureX threat response Add-on by navigating to Cisco SecureX threat response -> Configuration -> Add-on Settings
    • Enter a Client ID
    • Enter the Client Password
    • Select the appropriate region (EU, US, APJC)
  2. Click Save


To get a verdict from Cisco SecureX threat response:
... | table <field> | threatresponse verdict = <field>

To get targets from Cisco SecureX threat response:
... | table <field> | threatresponse targets = <field>

To get verdicts of observables from multiple fields from Cisco SecureX threat response:
... | eval <new_field_name> = <first_field>." ".<second_field> | table <new_field_name> | threatresponse verdict=<new_field_name>

Release Notes

Version 1.2.1
July 7, 2022

Updated Python SDK version to 1.7.0

Version 1.1.9
July 28, 2021

More improvements for compatibility with Splunk Cloud

Version 1.1.8
July 26, 2021

Further improvements to compatibility with Splunk Cloud

Version 1.1.7
July 20, 2021

Added support for Splunk Cloud

Version 1.1.6
July 16, 2021
Version 1.1.5
June 16, 2021
  • Updated jQuery to v.3.5.0
  • Renamed to "Cisco SecureX threat response: Custom Search Command"
Version 1.1.4
April 2, 2021

Updated to latest Splunk SDK

Version 1.1.3
Aug. 11, 2020

Rebranded Cisco Threat Response to Cisco SecureX threat response
Added modules for Python3 and added ability use Python2 or Python3 depending on the Splunk version and settings

Version 1.1.2
March 25, 2020

Fixed problem with selecting nonexistent values
Added support for new types of observables
Fixed problem with KeyError for 'end_time'

Version 1.1.1
Jan. 29, 2020
  • Added response indexing
  • Added Dashboards
  • Added target command
  • Added workflow action to open an Investigation in Threat Response
  • Alerts uses when API client is missing a needed scope
Version 1.0.0
Oct. 25, 2019

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