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Infigo Additional Parsing

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Overview
There are unfortunately TAs on Splunkbase that do not fully parse or map the data to Splunk CIM datamodels. Purpose of this application is to provide parsing knowledge objects for different technologies in order to achieve full compliance with CIM. It is recommended to install this application with Infigo SIEM (https://classic.splunkbase.splunk.com/app/7147/) in order to get maximum from your SIEM sollution. Additional parsing and mapping to CIM are most notably done for Sysmon, Cisco eStreamer, Splunk Stream DNS, MS Defender.

Keep in mind that for some specific sourcetypes it reduces the size of events, examples are Fortigate and Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Windows.

If there are additional parsing improvements that you have, or for any of the different technologies send them to us and we will curate it and publish it in the new versions of the application.

Contact us through the website or via email:
https://www.infigosiem.com
infigoapps@infigo.is

Release Notes

Version 1.0.2
July 11, 2024

Application provides parsing fixes for various technologies. It is recommended to install this application with Infigo SIEM application in order to get maximum from your SIEM. Additional parsing and mapping to CIM are most notably done for Sysmon, Cisco eStreamer, Splunk Stream DNS, MS Defender.

Keep in mind that for some specific sourcetypes it reduces the size of events, examples are Fortigate and Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Windows.

Also it provides full sourcetypes parsing for some less known technologies like Dell EMC, Clavister, HP and Fujitsu Backups.

Version 1.0.0
July 8, 2024

Application provides parsing fixes for various technologies. It is recommended to install this application with Infigo SIEM application in order to get maximum from your SIEM. Additional parsing and mapping to CIM are most notably done for Sysmon, Cisco eStreamer, Splunk Stream DNS, MS Defender.

Keep in mind that for some specific sourcetypes it reduces the size of events, examples are Fortigate and Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Windows.

Also it provides full sourcetypes parsing for some less known technologies like Dell EMC, Clavister, HP and Fujitsu Backups.


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