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Sandfly Security Add-on for Splunk

Overview
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Sandfly is an agentless intrusion detection and incident response platform for Linux. Sandfly automatically analyzes Linux hosts for intruders 24 hours a day without loading any software on your endpoints. Additionally, Sandfly can retrieve hardware, operating system and related data for analysis in Splunk. Sandfly works across virtually all Linux distributions immediately without risk to stability or performance.

The Sandfly Security App for Splunk includes dashboards, reports and logic for analyzing data ingested from a Sandfly server such as security alerts, suspicious activity and general software and hardware metrics. Data retrieved by Sandfly can also be used by Splunk users to build anomaly detection models, incident response and insights into software and hardware versions of your Linux fleet.

This is a technology add-on that ingests events (Alarms, Passed, Errors) from a Sandfly Security server using the Sandfly Security REST API. This add-on (TA-sandfly-security) ingests data into your specified index and sets the correct sourcetype (sandfly:alarms) for each event. Events are ingested as JSON formatted events.

This is a technology add-on that ingests events (Alarms, Passed, Errors) from a Sandfly Security server using the Sandfly Security REST API.

This add-on (TA-sandfly-security) ingests data into your specified index and sets the correct sourcetype (sandfly:alarms) for each event.
Events are ingested as JSON formatted events.

Installation Instructions

The Sandfly Security Add-on for Splunk can be downloaded, installed and configured to ingest Sandfly Security alarms by either using the Splunk App setup screen or by manually downloading, installing and confioguring the app.
Install this Add-on on your search head or heavy forwarders.

Configuration Instructions

Once the TA is installed and Splunk has been restarted, Launch the Sandfly Security Add-on for Splunk.

In the top menu bar, click Configuration. Select the Account tab, and click Add. Enter a unique name for the account, then enter the username and password for the account on the Sandfly Security server.

Select the Proxy tab and enter your proxy information if applicable.

Select the Logging tab and define the level of logging you want, the default is INFO.

NOTE: Create a new index, for example sandfly_alarms before performing the next step.

In the top menu bar, click Inputs, then click Create New Input. Enter a unique name for this input, enter the time interval for API lookups (e.g., 600 seconds), select the index, enter the Sandfly Security server URL, select the Global Account you just created in the above step, then select the kinds of results (Alarms, Passed, Errors) to ingest. Click Add to create the input and begin ingesting data.

Release Notes

Version 2.0.3
Oct. 15, 2021

Updated to support version 4 (v4) of the Sandfly Security REST API.

When installing for the first time, select the Initial Time Range to specify when to start ingesting logs. Today (the default) will ingest from the beginning of the day it first runs. This Month will ingest from the beginning of the month that it first runs. All Time will ingest all events.

Updated the sandfly:alarms sourcetype TRUNCATE size to account for events longer than 10,000 bytes.

Version 2.0.2
Oct. 1, 2021

Updated to support version 4 (v4) of the Sandfly Security REST API.

When installing for the first time, select the Initial Time Range to specify when to start ingesting logs. Today (the default) will ingest from the beginning of the day it first runs. This Month will ingest from the beginning of the month that it first runs. All Time will ingest all events.

Version 1.5.0
April 10, 2021
  • Support new Sandfly REST API
  • Automatically refresh credentials during long data ingest
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