Blogs

  • By Tony Sweet 14/01/2020

    OverviewShifting from a used case approach to a risk-based approach will require a mind shift on how some features are used. This install guide assumes you already have Enterprise Security and have be

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  • You all must have heard of Splunk datetime recognition issues starting Jan 1st 2020. Below is visual representations of the date formats using regex that are impacted. You will have to change datetime

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  • Splunk Enterprise 8.0 just got out so there's no better time to install it on your Linux distribution and start analyzing some data. If you don't know what Splunk does yet, we suggest you tak

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  • By Suman Gajavelly 27/10/2019

    If you want to install Splunk on CentOS 7, we have a checklist that'll get you going super fast. You might already be familiar with Splunk and its features, so we'll jump right into the CentO

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  • By Bitsioinc 06/07/2019

    Decoding Indexes.confIndexes.conf configuration file is used to manage and configure index settings. Use the [default] stanza to define any global settings and [<index>] stanza to define index

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  • By Bitsioinc 23/06/2019

    Indexes.conf configuration file is used to manage and configure index settings. Use the [default] stanza to define any global settings and [<index>] stanza to define index level settings. If a s

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  • By Bitsioinc 15/06/2019

    CSV Lookup:   CSV type lookup are file-based lookups that match field values from your events to field values in the static table represented by a CSV file. They output corresponding field value

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  • By Bitsioinc 14/06/2019

    We all know, lookups are very useful in enhancing the your original event data. It will add key value pairs to your existing event to make more sense of your data. Let's dive into below topic on how t

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