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Breaking the Cyberark logs

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Hi

I'm using TA for CyberArk for onboarding the logs, but i see the the logs are in correct format, how can i break the logs?

log format:

I have to break the log with time field in it.

Jul 15 13:58:47 10.21.29.227 msg=Veri Jul 15 13:54:20Cyber-Ark|Vault|9.60.0000|295|Retrieve password|5|act=Retrieve password suser=PasswordManager fname=Root\Operating System-WinDomain-AD dvc= shost=1.2.3.4 dhost=abc.com duser=ADM externalId= app= reason= cs1Label="Affected User Name" cs1= cs2Label="Safe Name" cs2=XYZ cs3Label="Device Type" cs3=Operating System cs4Label="Database" cs4= cs5Label="Other info" cs5= cn1Label="Request Id" cn1= cn2Label="Ticket Id" cn2=CPM msg=CPMJul 15 13:54:21 CEF:0|Cyber-Ark|Vault|9.60.0000|295|Retrieve password|5|act=Retrieve password suser=PasswordManager fname=Root\Operating System-WinDomainAD dvc= shost=1.3.4.4 dhost=abc.com duser=AD externalId= app= reason= cs1Label="Affected User Name" cs1= cs2Label="Safe Name" cs2=ADM cs3Label="Device Type" cs3=Operating System cs4Label="Database" cs4= cs5Label="Other info" cs5= cn1Label="Request Id" cn1= cn2Label="Ticket Id" cn2=CPM internal process msg=CPM internal processJul 15 13:54:21 dfdf CEF:0|Cyber-Ark|Vault|9.60.0000|295|Retrieve password|5|act=Retrieve password suser=PasswordManager fname=Root dvc= shost=2.3.4. dhost=cba.com duser=_on externalId= app= reason= cs1Label="Affected User Name" cs1= cs2Label="Safe Name" cs2=VaultInternal cs3Label="Device Type" cs3=Operating System cs4Label="Database" cs4= cs5Label="Other info" cs5= cn1Label="Request Id" cn1= cn2Label="Ticket Id" cn2=CPM msg=CPMJul 15 13:54:21 ......

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Re: Breaking the Cyberark logs

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SplunkTrust

Hi,

We had exactly the same problem some weeks ago with the CyberArk logs via Syslog.
The format was wrong as CyberArk was meant to be sending individual events and not one big message containing multiple events and breaking the last one because it doesn't fit in a UDP datagram. Check if this is your case and the last event in your message is incomplete.

We told our CyberArk guys and they reported this to the vendor. I think they ended up upgrading to the latest version and the problem is now solved, but I would ask CyberArk in any case.

Thanks,
J

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Re: Breaking the Cyberark logs

Hi,

Can you please suggest some use cases for Cyberark on Splunk.

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