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1Password Events Reporting for Splunk

This app is NOT supported by Splunk. Please read about what that means for you here.
Empower security teams with greater visibility and actionable insights.

The 1Password app for Splunk allows a Splunk® Enterprise administrator to fetch data from your 1Password account including:
* Item usage events (“Item usage” data shows which users accessed what items – logins, secrets, documents, etc – and when)
* Successful and failed sign-in attempts

The 1Password Events Reporting for Splunk app works by using the 1Password Events API. The API is authenticated using a bearer token generated from the Integrations page in your 1Password account.

With the 1Password for Splunk app you can:
* Take decisive action with deeper, forensic analysis, if you are affected by a data breach
* Prevent attacks with proactive threat detection using custom alerts and triggers
* Get valuable insights into 1Password usage
* Get a more complete overview of your company’s software usage with data correlation and enrichment from multiple apps and services

Check out the source code here: https://github.com/1Password/events-api-splunk

For 1Password Events Reporting documentation, see: https://support.1password.com/events-reporting/ or checkout out the source code here: https://github.com/1Password/events-api-splunk

You must create a bearer token in order to authenticate the API. Please create a token here: https://start.1password.com/integrations/directory

To install an app within Splunk Enterprise:

  • Log into Splunk Enterprise.
  • Next to the Apps menu, click the Manage Apps icon.
  • Click Install app from file.
  • In the Upload app dialog box, click Choose File.
  • Locate the .tar.gz or .tar file you just downloaded, then click Open or Choose.
  • Click Upload.
  • Click Set Up once uploaded.
  • Enter your bearer token and click Submit.

Configure Indexes and Scripted Inputs
We suggest creating new indexes for your 1Password event data. If you would prefer to use the "main" index instead, skip to step 3 below.

1) Create new indexes

Under Settings → Indexes, create new indexes by clicking the green New Index button in the top right corner. Create two indexes named something like:

  • onepassword_siginin_attempts
  • onepassword_item_usages

2) Configure Scripted Inputs

Under Settings → Data Inputs → Scripts, configure the following inputs:

  • $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/onepassword_events_api/bin/signin_attempts
  • $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/onepassword_events_api/bin/item_usages

Choose the respective indexes set up in step 1 above.

Note: If you use a custom index, you may need to prefix your search queries with the index name:


3) Enable Scripted Inputs

Under Settings → Data Inputs → Scripts, click Enable under the Status column for each of the scripts configured above.

Release Notes

Version 1.4.1
July 15, 2021

Version 1.4.1
[FIXED] Stops the runtime exception from occurring when entering a malformed token. {12994}

Version 1.4.0
July 15, 2021

Version 1.4.0
[NEW] Adds item usage and sign-in attempt dashboards. {12845}
[IMPROVED] Creates smoother user experience after initial installation. {12588}

Version 1.3.0
July 15, 2021

Version 1.3.0
[IMPROVED] Removes need to enter URL on setup page. {12517}
[FIXED] Removes mapping of 1Password events to main index. {12622}
[FIXED] Disables scripted inputs by default. {12622}

Version 1.2.0
[NEW] Adds support to stream and index item usage events. {12156}
[NEW] Adds field aliases to conform to Splunk's 4.x CIM. {12314}
[IMPROVED] Includes small updates to meet Splunk's AppInspect standards. {12468}

Version 1.1.0
[NEW] Creates go binary to stream and log sign in attempts. {11093}
[NEW] Introduces Insights - Events Reporting Splunk App. {10763}
[NEW] Add Windows as a target operating system for distribution. {12071}
[FIXED] Skip BOM characters when reading config on startup. {12111}


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