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Bitglass App built by Bitglass

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Overview
This app will be used to pull Bitglass logs using REST API and populate it into Splunk visualizing the log data.

It supports the following Bitglass log sources: Access, Admin, Cloudaudit. The https proxy setting is supported for log retrieval. The authentication type is either Basic or OAuth 2.0

Release Notes

Version 1.0.11
April 15, 2021

Changes from 1.0.9 to 1.0.11:

  • 'Rewind Logs' option to re-ingest the logs starting from 30 days ago (resets lastlog-*.json files)
  • Fix logs hold up when the very first request after launching the app for the first time fails
Version 1.0.9
March 3, 2021

Changes from 1.0.8 to 1.0.9:

  • Use Bitglass API version 1.1.0 by default
  • Add swgweb and swgwebdlp log types
  • Add the option to override the default index 'main' (manual steps are still required, please see README.txt)
  • Test and support the Redhat distro in addition to Ubuntu
  • Split the lastlog.json file into multiple lastlog-<log type>.json files with added ingestion time and last status for better diagnostics
  • Fix occasional multiple events lumped into one due to triggering the default multiline merging logic in Splunk by adding the props.conf file with SHOULD_LINEMERGE = false
  • Fix the "Top 10 Devices" widget for the swgweb log type
  • Fix Bandit and ESLint security warnings (no actual problems were found)
Version 1.0.8
Nov. 9, 2020

Changes from 1.0.6 to 1.0.8:

  • Fix Splunk cloud certification report issues: potential file access outside of the app folder; changed the log file location to var/log/splunk; disable unmasking token and password input fields; mask the proxy data as it may contain a password
  • Add authorize_sample.conf and indexes_sample.conf
  • Display the app version and the latest supported Bitglass API version
  • Support the latest Splunk 7.2 version (7.2.10.1) that still uses Python 2 only
  • Add Logging Interval setting
  • Fix errors logged to the Splunk index

Troubleshooting tips and known issues:

  • In some browsers, after submitting the app configuration settings form, you may be prompted repeatedly to configure the app again. In such case, restart the Splunk instance and the app widget screen should show up normally
  • The app logs are available in $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/bitglass.log
  • The Splunk logs are available in $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/splunkd.log
Version 1.0.6
Oct. 2, 2020

Changes from 1.0.4 to 1.0.6:

  • Store OAuth 2.0 token encrypted in passwords.conf
  • Fix AppInspect warnings
  • Fix js errors in the setup page on connection failure
  • Cosmetic updates to the setup page
  • Added support for Bitglass API versions 1.0.8 and 1.0.9
  • Added Policy ID widget
  • Bug fixes
  • Initial data import is increased from 7 to 30 days
Version 1.0.4
Sept. 11, 2020
  • Fix DEBUG logging and print extra
  • Load extra json configuration from default/ since local/ doesn't exist on freshly installed app
  • Move log/app.log to default/ from local/ for the same reason above
  • Add missing requests_oauth2 python lib to bin/
  • Rename default/.setup.xml to setup-old.xml (fallback) so it's not removed by the addon builder
  • Update the new-style setup page
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