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Access Virus Total permalink with Splunk

da_la97
Engager

I am interested in developing an app where Virus total URL scan results will be displayed (rather than the permalink) in Splunk. To be more specific access the data in the Virus Total Permalink and in the permalink it says under "scans" "detected" if it is True output clean site else else Not clean.

I have generated the code for checking if "scans" "detected" is True/False. But I do not know how to access data in Virus total permalink through splunk

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tomaszdziwok
Path Finder

With "VirusTotal Malware Lookup for Splunk", this should be possible.
While in its default mode the | virustotal command outputs structured fields (columns), you can also run the command in "raw" mode - where all the output sent by VirusTotal is passed back to Splunk in json format. From there it should be possible to use | spath or a similar Splunk command to post-process the json and extract relevant fields.

Default usage:
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Raw json output mode:
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(please excuse the small images - it may be worth opening them in a different tab to better see content)

Unfortunately, any additional data that's not included in the json is currently not obtainable by the TA.
Hopefully this helps.
Please reach out with any further questions.

Thanks,
Tomasz

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tomaszdziwok
Path Finder

With "VirusTotal Malware Lookup for Splunk", this should be possible.
While in its default mode the | virustotal command outputs structured fields (columns), you can also run the command in "raw" mode - where all the output sent by VirusTotal is passed back to Splunk in json format. From there it should be possible to use | spath or a similar Splunk command to post-process the json and extract relevant fields.

Default usage:
alt text

Raw json output mode:
alt text

(please excuse the small images - it may be worth opening them in a different tab to better see content)

Unfortunately, any additional data that's not included in the json is currently not obtainable by the TA.
Hopefully this helps.
Please reach out with any further questions.

Thanks,
Tomasz

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