Encrypting sensitive information in real-time with Cribl

If your machine data does not contain sensitive information, you don't really need to read this - you got it all figured out. Just stop here and go back to surfing the interwebs or...maybe you want to check again?! 🙂 If you're still reading, you know that while your machine data is vital for your operations/security analytics, … Continue reading Encrypting sensitive information in real-time with Cribl

Announcing Cribl LogStream 1.3: Tap Those Pipes

If you've ever worked with a log analysis system before, data on-boarding is one of the most painful parts. Every system expects the data to look a little different, and getting that right generally involves a ton of trial and error. Make a configuration change, restart the cluster, try again. Send the data to a … Continue reading Announcing Cribl LogStream 1.3: Tap Those Pipes

Connecting Different Pipes: Ingesting ElasticSearch Data in Splunk

One of the more surprising realizations as we've started Cribl and started working with customers across all kinds of industry verticals is that nearly 100% of our customers and prospects are using multiple tools to solve their log analysis needs. Security alone can have 3 or more consumers of their log data. However, every log … Continue reading Connecting Different Pipes: Ingesting ElasticSearch Data in Splunk

Introducing Cribl LogStream v1.2

Pleased to introduce our v1.2 release focused on expanding ingestion and delivery capabilities. It continues our promise to deliver added intelligence and control over your data in real-time by adding support for new sources and destinations, Windows deployments, new functions including machine learning powered timestamp recognition, and faster lookups. New Sources Apache Kafka This version adds support for picking up data … Continue reading Introducing Cribl LogStream v1.2

Using Cribl to Detect Data Exfil Over DNS Logs in Real-Time

Update: Part 2 is now here The recent massive data breach at Marriot's newly minted SPG (Simply Phucked Guests) program got me thinking about various data exfiltration techniques, including over DNS. Probably not related to this breach, but it was a completely random thought and I realized that Cribl can help security practitioners and threat hunters … Continue reading Using Cribl to Detect Data Exfil Over DNS Logs in Real-Time

Extending Cribl: Building Custom Functions

One constant in log use cases is that you can't plan for what you're going to find at customers. Whether it's multiple levels of encapsulation, like JSON-in-XML-in-Pipe-Separated (yes we've seen this), a need to radically transform the structure of events in a way we haven't seen, or a need to reach out to an external … Continue reading Extending Cribl: Building Custom Functions

Serverless data forwarding to Cribl for AWS Services

Organizations with AWS footprint have many options to get data in to their log and event management platforms. So did we. Up until recently we were using a pull based solution supplied from one of our vendors. Data collection worked, until it didn't and we were starting to run into problems: We had to operate … Continue reading Serverless data forwarding to Cribl for AWS Services