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Lacework App

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Enable API calls to Lacework and view vulnerability data through built-in dashboards.


Enable API calls to Lacework through custom search command and view vulnerability data through built-in dashboards.

How to use

  • Upon installation, navigate to the app and finish setup by completing the setup form. This will help us fetch your Lacework API token and enables all functionalities of the app.
  • The custom search command "lacework" allows GET calls to Lacework endpoint.
    • Example: | lacework target="/api/v1/..."

Version support

Splunk 8.2 version


Q: My dashboard is showing empty results/ no accounts found/ no CVE IDs found

- Re-do your setup from the setupage ("Manage Apps" -> "Lacework" -> "Set up") to ensure that the credentials are valid.
- Refresh the page to reload your dashboard.
- If this still does not work, please restart the setupReload.sh script from "Settings" -> "Data Inputs" -> "Scripts" by toggling the Enable/Disable status buttons. This script will reload your setup configuration.
- Note: Dashboards may also take a while to load, so please give it up to a minute to load the data in.

Q: How do I change my setup credentials outside of setup page?

A: You can either modify the file(s) directly as an admin, or use Splunk's endpoint and our EAI endpoint.
- For keyId and secret, please use Splunk's storage passwords endpoints to modify the passwords.conf file.
- For API domain, please use the https://localhost:PORT/services/apiDomain/APIDomainHandler endpoint with the optional parameter of "domain" that updates the current domain to the given one. Make sure you pass in username and password as well for Authorization.
- Example:
- GET https://localhost:PORT/services/apiDomain/APIDomainHandler to get the current domain
- GET https://localhost:PORT/services/apiDomain/APIDomainHandler?domain=exampleDomain to update the current domain to exampleDomain.lacework.net

Q: How do I change the index that stores the logs from the scripts?

A: "Settings" -> "Data Inputs" -> "Scripts" -> Find setupReload.sh -> Click on the name -> Change fields from the "Source type" section.

Release Notes

Version 1.0.0
June 15, 2021

Dashboard will now be reloaded every time a user modifies setup config through setup page

Version 1.0preview
June 9, 2021


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