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Regex User name from Symantec logs

Vfinney
Observer

We are having some issues with extracting fields from our symantec logs. While our team is working through this issue, I would like some help using regex to extract user names.

2020-01-16 08:00:36,Critical,ASPRARWB1,Event Description: [SID: 30413] Web Attack: Passwd File Download Attempt attack blocked. Traffic has been blocked for this application: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\INETSRV\W3WP.EXE,Local Host IP: 127.0.0.1,Local Host MAC: 000000000000,Remote Host Name: ,Remote Host IP: 127.0.0.1,Remote Host MAC: 000000000000,Outbound,TCP,Intrusion ID: 0,Begin: 2019-11-27 14:56:07,End: 2019-11-27 14:56:07,Occurrences: 1,Application: C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/INETSRV/W3WP.EXE,Location: Default,User: pxmacct,Domain: DOL,Local Port: 53937,Remote Port: 5112,CIDS Signature ID: 30413,CIDS Signature string: Web Attack: Passwd File Download Attempt,CIDS Signature SubID: 74503,Intrusion URL: www.arppapi.dol.ks.gov/cgi-bin/ion-p.exe?page=../../../../../etc/passwd,Intrusion Payload URL: ,SHA-256: 6CD7CC4B72DB91F168C36C500C1BE9AE391C1FF09CD65295BB24267D35373FD9,MD-5:

2020-01-16 08:00:31,Critical,ASPRARWB1,Event Description: [SID: 20521] Web Attack: SGI InfoSearch fname Exec CVE-2000-0207 attack blocked. Traffic has been blocked for this application: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\INETSRV\W3WP.EXE,Local Host IP: 127.0.0.1,Local Host MAC: 000000000000,Remote Host Name: ,Remote Host IP: 127.0.0.1,Remote Host MAC: 000000000000,Outbound,TCP,Intrusion ID: 0,Begin: 2019-11-27 14:56:01,End: 2019-11-27 14:56:01,Occurrences: 1,Application: C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/INETSRV/W3WP.EXE,Location: Default,User: pxmacct,Domain: DOL,Local Port: 53933,Remote Port: 5112,CIDS Signature ID: 20521,CIDS Signature string: Web Attack: SGI InfoSearch fname Exec CVE-2000-0207,CIDS Signature SubID: 75437,Intrusion URL: www.arppapi.dol.ks.gov/cgi-bin/infosrch.cgi?cmd=getdoc&db=man&fname=|/bin/id,Intrusion Payload URL: ,SHA-256: 6CD7CC4B72DB91F168C36C500C1BE9AE391C1FF09CD65295BB24267D35373FD9,MD-5:

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jscraig2006
Communicator

You can try this:

 | rex "User\:\s(?<user>[^\,]+)"

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jscraig2006
Communicator

You can try this:

 | rex "User\:\s(?<user>[^\,]+)"

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Vfinney
Observer

That worked perfectly. Thank you.

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