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Splunk add-on for Fudo PAM | How to parse logs from Fudo?

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Hello splunkers!

Has anyone had experience with getting data in Splunk from PAM (Privileged Access Management) systems? I want to do the integration of Splunk with Fudo PAM. Question of getting logs from Fudo to Splunk is not a problem at all, it's easily done over syslog. However, I don't know how to parse these logs. The syslog sourcetype doesn't properly parse the events, it misses a lot of useful information such as: users, processes, action done, accounts, basically almost everything except for the IP of the node and the timestamp of the event. 

Does anyone know if there is a good add-on for parsing logs from Fudo PAM? Or any other good way how to parse its logs? 

Thanks for taking time reading and replying to my post ❤️

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Hello @splunky_diamond ,

I am unsure if there are any apps/TAs available for Fudo PAM data. The best would be to write magic 8 props for parsing the data. You can find the relevant documentation links below:





If the above solution helps, an upvote is appreciated.

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