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TA for Zeek

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This add-on parses open-source Zeek data and populates it through into the CIM data model.

Release Notes

Version 1.0.1
April 2, 2021

Minor bug fixes

Version 1.0.0
March 18, 2021

• Updated “action” field to produce values in line with the Network Traffic data model, including removing the mappings for actions from the notice log.
• Moved several fields from global declarations to local ones based on where the data will actually be present:
◦ attachment_type
◦ bytes
◦ bytes_in
◦ bytes_out
◦ duration
◦ file_name
◦ http_content_type
◦ lease_duration
◦ message_id
◦ method
◦ packets
◦ packets_in
◦ packets_out
◦ record_type
◦ referrer
◦ request_body_len
◦ response_body_len
◦ sender
◦ service
◦ status
◦ transport
◦ url
◦ user_agent
◦ user
• Removed incorrect mappings for “body”, “subject”, “orig_recipient”, and “severity”
• Added mappings for “ssl_issuer_email” and “ssl_issuer_organization”
• Added a value for vendor_action field


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