Splunk SOAR (f.k.a. Phantom)

Create table of paramaterized links in Phantom


When looking at the result of a Phantom automation, say on IP1 & IP2 + User1 & User2, we'd like to also have a table that looks something like:

Click for 360 on IP1: http://someapp/ip360/ip=ip1
Click for 360 on IP2: http://someapp/ip360/ip=ip2

Click for 360 on User1: http://someapp/user360/user=user1
Click for 360 on User2: http://someapp/user360/user=user1

This is just some webapp, not a phantom app, and we don't want to make an app.

One Splunk representative recommended calling an HTTP App such as through an echo/postman service and having it return JSON, like "postman?ip=ip1" => "{ip: ip1}". Our intuition is that there may be a simpler approach such as a Python code block that enriches the event with a link, or some other builtin..

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