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Common Event Format (CEF)

Collect logs from CEF Logs with Elastic Agent.

Version
2.16.0 (View all)
Compatible Kibana version(s)
8.6.1 or higher
Subscription level
Basic

This is an integration for parsing Common Event Format (CEF) data. It can accept data over syslog or read it from a file.

CEF data is a format like

CEF:0|Elastic|Vaporware|1.0.0-alpha|18|Web request|low|eventId=3457 msg=hello

When syslog is used as the transport the CEF data becomes the message that is contained in the syslog envelope. This integration will parse the syslog timestamp if it is present. Depending on the syslog RFC used the message will have a format like one of these:

<189> Jun 18 10:55:50 host CEF:0|Elastic|Vaporware|1.0.0-alpha|18|Web request|low|eventId=3457 msg=hello

<189>1 2021-06-18T10:55:50.000003Z host app - - - CEF:0|Elastic|Vaporware|1.0.0-alpha|18|Web request|low|eventId=3457 msg=hello

In both cases the integration will use the syslog timestamp as the @timestamp unless the CEF data contains a device receipt timestamp.

The Elastic Agent's decode_cef processor is applied to parse the CEF encoded data. The decoded data is written into a cef object field. Lastly any Elastic Common Schema (ECS) fields that can be populated with the CEF data are populated.

Compatibility

Forcepoint NGFW Security Management Center

This module will process CEF data from Forcepoint NGFW Security Management Center (SMC). In the SMC configure the logs to be forwarded to the address set in var.syslog_host in format CEF and service UDP on var.syslog_port. Instructions can be found in KB 15002 for configuring the SMC.

Testing was done with CEF logs from SMC version 6.6.1 and custom string mappings were taken from 'CEF Connector Configuration Guide' dated December 5, 2011.

Check Point devices

This module will parse CEF data from Check Point devices as documented in Log Exporter CEF Field Mappings.

Check Point CEF extensions are mapped as follows:

CEF ExtensionCEF Label valueECS FieldsNon-ECS Field
cp_app_risk
-
event.risk_score
checkpoint.app_risk
cp_severity
-
event.severity
checkpoint.severity
baseEventCount
-
-
checkpoint.event_count
deviceExternalId
-
observer.type
-
deviceFacility
-
observer.type
-
deviceInboundInterface
-
observer.ingress.interface.name
-
deviceOutboundInterface
-
observer.egress.interface.name
-
externalId
-
-
checkpoint.uuid
fileHash
-
file.hash.{md5,sha1}
-
reason
-
-
checkpoint.termination_reason
requestCookies
-
-
checkpoint.cookie
sourceNtDomain
-
dns.question.name
-
Signature
-
vulnerability.id
-
Recipient
-
email.to.address
-
Sender
-
email.from.address
-
deviceCustomFloatingPoint1
update version
observer.version
-
deviceCustomIPv6Address2
source ipv6 address
source.ip
-
deviceCustomIPv6Address3
destination ipv6 address
destination.ip
-
deviceCustomNumber1
elapsed time in seconds
event.duration
-
deviceCustomNumber1
email recipients number
-
checkpoint.email_recipients_num
deviceCustomNumber1
payload
network.bytes
-
deviceCustomNumber2
icmp type
-
checkpoint.icmp_type
deviceCustomNumber2
duration in seconds
event.duration
-
deviceCustomNumber3
icmp code
-
checkpoint.icmp_code
deviceCustomString1
connectivity state
-
checkpoint.connectivity_state
deviceCustomString1
application rule name
rule.name
-
deviceCustomString1
threat prevention rule name
rule.name
-
deviceCustomString1
voip log type
-
checkpoint.voip_log_type
deviceCustomString1
dlp rule name
rule.name
-
deviceCustomString1
email id
-
checkpoint.email_id
deviceCustomString2
category
-
checkpoint.category
deviceCustomString2
email subject
email.subject
checkpoint.email_subject
deviceCustomString2
sensor mode
-
checkpoint.sensor_mode
deviceCustomString2
protection id
-
checkpoint.protection_id
deviceCustomString2
scan invoke type
-
checkpoint.integrity_av_invoke_type
deviceCustomString2
update status
-
checkpoint.update_status
deviceCustomString2
peer gateway
-
checkpoint.peer_gateway
deviceCustomString2
categories
rule.category
-
deviceCustomString6
application name
network.application
-
deviceCustomString6
virus name
-
checkpoint.virus_name
deviceCustomString6
malware name
-
checkpoint.spyware_name
deviceCustomString6
malware family
-
checkpoint.malware_family
deviceCustomString3
user group
group.name
-
deviceCustomString3
incident extension
-
checkpoint.incident_extension
deviceCustomString3
protection type
-
checkpoint.protection_type
deviceCustomString3
email spool id
-
checkpoint.email_spool_id
deviceCustomString3
identity type
-
checkpoint.identity_type
deviceCustomString4
malware status
-
checkpoint.spyware_status
deviceCustomString4
threat prevention rule id
rule.id
-
deviceCustomString4
scan result
-
checkpoint.scan_result
deviceCustomString4
tcp flags
-
checkpoint.tcp_flags
deviceCustomString4
destination os
os.name
-
deviceCustomString4
protection name
-
checkpoint.protection_name
deviceCustomString4
email control
-
checkpoint.email_control
deviceCustomString4
frequency
-
checkpoint.frequency
deviceCustomString4
user response
-
checkpoint.user_status
deviceCustomString5
matched category
rule.category
-
deviceCustomString5
vlan id
network.vlan.id
-
deviceCustomString5
authentication method
-
checkpoint.auth_method
deviceCustomString5
email session id
email.message_id
checkpoint.email_session_id
deviceCustomDate2
subscription expiration
-
checkpoint.subs_exp
deviceFlexNumber1
confidence
-
checkpoint.confidence_level
deviceFlexNumber2
performance impact
-
checkpoint.performance_impact
deviceFlexNumber2
destination phone number
-
checkpoint.dst_phone_number
flexString1
application signature id
-
checkpoint.app_sig_id
flexString2
malware action
rule.description
-
flexString2
attack information
event.action
-
rule_uid
-
rule.uuid
-
ifname
-
observer.ingress.interface.name
-
inzone
-
observer.ingress.zone
-
outzone
-
observer.egress.zone
-
product
-
observer.product
-

Logs

CEF log

This is the CEF log dataset.

An example event for log looks as following:

{
    "@timestamp": "2023-04-19T09:52:39.939Z",
    "agent": {
        "ephemeral_id": "1e43410c-3849-4180-9c14-e3264e4a47e6",
        "id": "f1ee4a83-b99b-4611-925d-b83b001f8b86",
        "name": "docker-fleet-agent",
        "type": "filebeat",
        "version": "8.6.2"
    },
    "cef": {
        "device": {
            "event_class_id": "18",
            "product": "Vaporware",
            "vendor": "Elastic",
            "version": "1.0.0-alpha"
        },
        "extensions": {
            "destinationAddress": "192.168.10.1",
            "destinationPort": 443,
            "eventId": 3457,
            "requestContext": "https://www.google.com",
            "requestMethod": "POST",
            "requestUrl": "https://www.example.com/cart",
            "sourceAddress": "89.160.20.156",
            "sourceGeoLatitude": 38.915,
            "sourceGeoLongitude": -77.511,
            "sourcePort": 33876,
            "sourceServiceName": "httpd",
            "transportProtocol": "TCP"
        },
        "name": "Web request",
        "severity": "low",
        "version": "0"
    },
    "data_stream": {
        "dataset": "cef.log",
        "namespace": "ep",
        "type": "logs"
    },
    "destination": {
        "ip": "192.168.10.1",
        "port": 443
    },
    "ecs": {
        "version": "8.11.0"
    },
    "elastic_agent": {
        "id": "f1ee4a83-b99b-4611-925d-b83b001f8b86",
        "snapshot": false,
        "version": "8.6.2"
    },
    "event": {
        "agent_id_status": "verified",
        "code": "18",
        "dataset": "cef.log",
        "id": "3457",
        "ingested": "2023-04-19T09:52:40Z",
        "severity": 0
    },
    "http": {
        "request": {
            "method": "POST",
            "referrer": "https://www.google.com"
        }
    },
    "input": {
        "type": "udp"
    },
    "log": {
        "source": {
            "address": "172.29.0.4:33227"
        }
    },
    "message": "Web request",
    "network": {
        "community_id": "1:UgazGyZMuRDtuImGjF+6GveZFw0=",
        "transport": "tcp"
    },
    "observer": {
        "product": "Vaporware",
        "vendor": "Elastic",
        "version": "1.0.0-alpha"
    },
    "related": {
        "ip": [
            "192.168.10.1",
            "89.160.20.156"
        ]
    },
    "source": {
        "as": {
            "number": 29518,
            "organization": {
                "name": "Bredband2 AB"
            }
        },
        "geo": {
            "city_name": "Linköping",
            "continent_name": "Europe",
            "country_iso_code": "SE",
            "country_name": "Sweden",
            "location": {
                "lat": 58.4167,
                "lon": 15.6167
            },
            "region_iso_code": "SE-E",
            "region_name": "Östergötland County"
        },
        "ip": "89.160.20.156",
        "port": 33876,
        "service": {
            "name": "httpd"
        }
    },
    "tags": [
        "cef",
        "forwarded"
    ],
    "url": {
        "original": "https://www.example.com/cart"
    }
}

Exported fields

FieldDescriptionType
@timestamp
Event timestamp.
date
cef.device.event_class_id
Unique identifier of the event type.
keyword
cef.device.product
Product of the device that produced the message.
keyword
cef.device.vendor
Vendor of the device that produced the message.
keyword
cef.device.version
Version of the product that produced the message.
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsDetectionConfidence
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsFileMD5
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsFileSHA1
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsFileSHA256
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsFrameType
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsMalwareTarget
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsMalwareTargetType
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsPacketData
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsRelevantDetectionNames
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsTenant
keyword
cef.extensions.TrendMicroDsTenantId
keyword
cef.extensions.ad
flattened
cef.extensions.agentAddress
The IP address of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
ip
cef.extensions.agentHostName
The hostname of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentId
The agent ID of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentMacAddress
The MAC address of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentReceiptTime
The time at which information about the event was received by the ArcSight connector.
date
cef.extensions.agentTimeZone
The agent time zone of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentType
The agent type of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentVersion
The version of the ArcSight connector that processed the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.agentZoneURI
keyword
cef.extensions.aggregationType
keyword
cef.extensions.applicationProtocol
Application level protocol, example values are HTTP, HTTPS, SSHv2, Telnet, POP, IMPA, IMAPS, and so on.
keyword
cef.extensions.assetCriticality
keyword
cef.extensions.baseEventCount
A count associated with this event. How many times was this same event observed? Count can be omitted if it is 1.
long
cef.extensions.bytesIn
Number of bytes transferred inbound, relative to the source to destination relationship, meaning that data was flowing from source to destination.
long
cef.extensions.bytesOut
Number of bytes transferred outbound relative to the source to destination relationship. For example, the byte number of data flowing from the destination to the source.
long
cef.extensions.categoryBehavior
Action or a behavior associated with an event. It's what is being done to the object (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categoryDeviceGroup
General device group like Firewall (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categoryDeviceType
Device type. Examples - Proxy, IDS, Web Server (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categoryObject
Object that the event is about. For example it can be an operating sytem, database, file, etc (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categoryOutcome
Outcome of the event (e.g. sucess, failure, or attempt) (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categorySignificance
Characterization of the importance of the event (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.categoryTechnique
Technique being used (e.g. /DoS) (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.cp_app_risk
keyword
cef.extensions.cp_severity
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationAddress
Identifies the destination address that the event refers to in an IP network. The format is an IPv4 address.
ip
cef.extensions.destinationHostName
Identifies the destination that an event refers to in an IP network. The format should be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) associated with the destination node, when a node is available.
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationMacAddress
Six colon-separated hexadecimal numbers.
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationNtDomain
Outcome of the event (e.g. sucess, failure, or attempt) (ArcSight).
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationPort
The valid port numbers are between 0 and 65535.
long
cef.extensions.destinationServiceName
The service targeted by this event.
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationTranslatedAddress
Identifies the translated destination that the event refers to in an IP network.
ip
cef.extensions.destinationTranslatedPort
Port after it was translated; for example, a firewall. Valid port numbers are 0 to 65535.
long
cef.extensions.destinationUserName
Identifies the destination user by name. This is the user associated with the event's destination. Email addresses are often mapped into the UserName fields. The recipient is a candidate to put into this field.
keyword
cef.extensions.destinationUserPrivileges
The typical values are "Administrator", "User", and "Guest". This identifies the destination user's privileges. In UNIX, for example, activity executed on the root user would be identified with destinationUser Privileges of "Administrator".
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceAction
Action taken by the device.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceAddress
Identifies the device address that an event refers to in an IP network.
ip
cef.extensions.deviceAssetId
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomDate2
One of two timestamp fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomDate2Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address1
One of four IPv6 address fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary.
ip
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address1Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address2
One of four IPv6 address fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary.
ip
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address2Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address3
One of four IPv6 address fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary.
ip
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address3Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address4
One of four IPv6 address fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary.
ip
cef.extensions.deviceCustomIPv6Address4Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber1
One of three number fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
long
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber1Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber2
One of three number fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
long
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber2Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber3
One of three number fields available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
long
cef.extensions.deviceCustomNumber3Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString1
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString1Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString2
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString2Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString3
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString3Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString4
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString4Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString5
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString5Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString6
One of six strings available to map fields that do not apply to any other in this dictionary. Use sparingly and seek a more specific, dictionary supplied field when possible.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceCustomString6Label
All custom fields have a corresponding label field. Each of these fields is a string and describes the purpose of the custom field.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceDirection
Any information about what direction the observed communication has taken. The following values are supported - "0" for inbound or "1" for outbound.
long
cef.extensions.deviceEventCategory
Represents the category assigned by the originating device. Devices often use their own categorization schema to classify event. Example "/Monitor/Disk/Read".
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceExternalId
A name that uniquely identifies the device generating this event.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceFacility
The facility generating this event. For example, Syslog has an explicit facility associated with every event.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceHostName
The format should be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) associated with the device node, when a node is available.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceInboundInterface
Interface on which the packet or data entered the device.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceOutboundInterface
Interface on which the packet or data left the device.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceProcessName
Process name associated with the event. An example might be the process generating the syslog entry in UNIX.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceReceiptTime
The time at which the event related to the activity was received. The format is MMM dd yyyy HH:mm:ss or milliseconds since epoch (Jan 1st 1970)
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceSeverity
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceTimeZone
The time zone for the device generating the event.
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceZoneID
keyword
cef.extensions.deviceZoneURI
Thee URI for the Zone that the device asset has been assigned to in ArcSight.
keyword
cef.extensions.dvc
This field is used by Trend Micro if the hostname is an IPv4 address.
ip
cef.extensions.dvchost
This field is used by Trend Micro for hostnames and IPv6 addresses.
keyword
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationAuditTrail
keyword
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationEndTime
date
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationFlags
keyword
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationManagerReceiptTime
date
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationModificationTime
date
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationStageUpdateTime
date
cef.extensions.eventAnnotationVersion
keyword
cef.extensions.eventId
This is a unique ID that ArcSight assigns to each event.
long
cef.extensions.fileHash
Hash of a file.
keyword
cef.extensions.filePath
Full path to the file, including file name itself.
keyword
cef.extensions.fileSize
Size of the file.
long
cef.extensions.fileType
Type of file (pipe, socket, etc.)
keyword
cef.extensions.filename
Name of the file only (without its path).
keyword
cef.extensions.ifname
keyword
cef.extensions.inzone
keyword
cef.extensions.layer_name
keyword
cef.extensions.layer_uuid
keyword
cef.extensions.locality
keyword
cef.extensions.logid
keyword
cef.extensions.loguid
keyword
cef.extensions.managerReceiptTime
When the Arcsight ESM received the event.
date
cef.extensions.match_id
keyword
cef.extensions.message
An arbitrary message giving more details about the event. Multi-line entries can be produced by using \n as the new line separator.
keyword
cef.extensions.method
HTTP request method. The value should retain its casing from the original event. For example, GET, get, and GeT are all considered valid values for this field.
keyword
cef.extensions.modelConfidence
keyword
cef.extensions.nat_addtnl_rulenum
keyword
cef.extensions.nat_rulenum
keyword
cef.extensions.oldFileHash
Hash of the old file.
keyword
cef.extensions.origin
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentAddress
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentHostName
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentId
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentType
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentVersion
keyword
cef.extensions.originalAgentZoneURI
keyword
cef.extensions.originsicname
keyword
cef.extensions.outzone
keyword
cef.extensions.parent_rule
keyword
cef.extensions.priority
keyword
cef.extensions.product
keyword
cef.extensions.relevance
keyword
cef.extensions.repeatCount
keyword
cef.extensions.requestContext
Description of the content from which the request originated (for example, HTTP Referrer).
keyword
cef.extensions.requestMethod
The HTTP method used to access a URL.
keyword
cef.extensions.requestUrl
In the case of an HTTP request, this field contains the URL accessed. The URL should contain the protocol as well.
keyword
cef.extensions.requestUrlFileName
keyword
cef.extensions.rule_action
keyword
cef.extensions.rule_uid
keyword
cef.extensions.sequencenum
keyword
cef.extensions.service_id
keyword
cef.extensions.severity
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceAddress
Identifies the source that an event refers to in an IP network.
ip
cef.extensions.sourceGeoLatitude
long
cef.extensions.sourceGeoLongitude
long
cef.extensions.sourceHostName
Identifies the source that an event refers to in an IP network. The format should be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) associated with the source node, when a mode is available.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceMacAddress
Six colon-separated hexadecimal numbers.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceNtDomain
The Windows domain name for the source address.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourcePort
The valid port numbers are 0 to 65535.
long
cef.extensions.sourceServiceName
The service that is responsible for generating this event.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceTranslatedAddress
Identifies the translated source that the event refers to in an IP network.
ip
cef.extensions.sourceTranslatedPort
A port number after being translated by, for example, a firewall. Valid port numbers are 0 to 65535.
long
cef.extensions.sourceTranslatedZoneID
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceTranslatedZoneURI
The URI for the Translated Zone that the destination asset has been assigned to in ArcSight.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceUserId
Identifies the source user by ID. This is the user associated with the source of the event. For example, in UNIX, the root user is generally associated with user ID 0.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceUserName
Identifies the source user by name. Email addresses are also mapped into the UserName fields. The sender is a candidate to put into this field.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceUserPrivileges
The typical values are "Administrator", "User", and "Guest". It identifies the source user's privileges. In UNIX, for example, activity executed by the root user would be identified with "Administrator".
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceZoneID
Identifies the source user by ID. This is the user associated with the source of the event. For example, in UNIX, the root user is generally associated with user ID 0.
keyword
cef.extensions.sourceZoneURI
The URI for the Zone that the source asset has been assigned to in ArcSight.
keyword
cef.extensions.startTime
The time when the activity the event referred to started. The format is MMM dd yyyy HH:mm:ss or milliseconds since epoch (Jan 1st 1970).
date
cef.extensions.target
keyword
cef.extensions.transportProtocol
Identifies the Layer-4 protocol used. The possible values are protocols such as TCP or UDP.
keyword
cef.extensions.type
0 means base event, 1 means aggregated, 2 means correlation, and 3 means action. This field can be omitted for base events (type 0).
long
cef.extensions.version
keyword
cef.forcepoint.virus_id
Virus ID
keyword
cef.name
keyword
cef.severity
keyword
cef.version
keyword
checkpoint.app_risk
Application risk.
keyword
checkpoint.app_severity
Application threat severity.
keyword
checkpoint.app_sig_id
The signature ID which the application was detected by.
keyword
checkpoint.auth_method
Password authentication protocol used.
keyword
checkpoint.category
Category.
keyword
checkpoint.confidence_level
Confidence level determined.
integer
checkpoint.connectivity_state
Connectivity state.
keyword
checkpoint.cookie
IKE cookie.
keyword
checkpoint.dst_phone_number
Destination IP-Phone.
keyword
checkpoint.email_control
Engine name.
keyword
checkpoint.email_id
Internal email ID.
keyword
checkpoint.email_recipients_num
Number of recipients.
long
checkpoint.email_session_id
Internal email session ID.
keyword
checkpoint.email_spool_id
Internal email spool ID.
keyword
checkpoint.email_subject
Email subject.
keyword
checkpoint.event_count
Number of events associated with the log.
long
checkpoint.frequency
Scan frequency.
keyword
checkpoint.icmp_code
ICMP code.
long
checkpoint.icmp_type
ICMP type.
long
checkpoint.identity_type
Identity type.
keyword
checkpoint.incident_extension
Format of original data.
keyword
checkpoint.integrity_av_invoke_type
Scan invoke type.
keyword
checkpoint.malware_family
Malware family.
keyword
checkpoint.peer_gateway
Main IP of the peer Security Gateway.
ip
checkpoint.performance_impact
Protection performance impact.
integer
checkpoint.protection_id
Protection malware ID.
keyword
checkpoint.protection_name
Specific signature name of the attack.
keyword
checkpoint.protection_type
Type of protection used to detect the attack.
keyword
checkpoint.scan_result
Scan result.
keyword
checkpoint.sensor_mode
Sensor mode.
keyword
checkpoint.severity
Threat severity.
keyword
checkpoint.spyware_name
Spyware name.
keyword
checkpoint.spyware_status
Spyware status.
keyword
checkpoint.subs_exp
The expiration date of the subscription.
date
checkpoint.tcp_flags
TCP packet flags.
keyword
checkpoint.termination_reason
Termination reason.
keyword
checkpoint.update_status
Update status.
keyword
checkpoint.user_status
User response.
keyword
checkpoint.uuid
External ID.
keyword
checkpoint.virus_name
Virus name.
keyword
checkpoint.voip_log_type
VoIP log types.
keyword
data_stream.dataset
Data stream dataset.
constant_keyword
data_stream.namespace
Data stream namespace.
constant_keyword
data_stream.type
Data stream type.
constant_keyword
destination.service.name
keyword
event.dataset
Event dataset
constant_keyword
event.module
Event module
constant_keyword
input.type
Type of Filebeat input.
keyword
log.file.path
Path to the log file.
keyword
log.flags
Flags for the log file.
keyword
log.offset
Offset of the entry in the log file.
long
log.source.address
Source address from which the log event was read / sent from.
keyword
source.service.name
keyword

Changelog

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2.16.0

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ECS version updated to 8.11.0.

8.6.1 or higher

2.15.0

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ECS version updated to 8.10.0.

8.6.1 or higher

2.14.0

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The format_version in the package manifest changed from 2.11.0 to 3.0.0. Removed dotted YAML keys from package manifest. Added 'owner.type: elastic' to package manifest.

8.6.1 or higher

2.13.0

Enhancement View pull request
Add tags.yml file so that integration's dashboards and saved searches are tagged with "Security Solution" and displayed in the Security Solution UI.

8.6.1 or higher

2.12.0

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Update package to ECS 8.9.0.

8.6.1 or higher

2.11.0

Enhancement View pull request
Ensure event.message is correctly set for pipeline errors.

8.6.1 or higher

2.10.0

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Update package to ECS 8.8.0.

8.6.1 or higher

2.9.0

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Update package-spec version to 2.7.0.

8.6.1 or higher

2.8.0

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Updating dashboards, adding TCP support and enabling ECS dynamic templates

8.6.1 or higher

2.7.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update package to ECS 8.7.0.

8.1.0 or higher

2.6.2

Enhancement View pull request
Added categories and/or subcategories.

8.1.0 or higher

2.6.1

Bug fix View pull request
Ensure numeric timezones are correctly interpreted.

8.1.0 or higher

2.6.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update package to ECS 8.6.0.

8.1.0 or higher

2.5.0

Enhancement View pull request
Add udp_options to the UDP input.

8.1.0 or higher

2.4.1

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Migrate the visualizations to by value in dashboards to minimize the saved object clutter and reduce time to load

8.1.0 or higher

2.4.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update package to ECS 8.5.0.

8.0.0 or higher

2.3.4

Bug fix View pull request
Remove duplicate fields.

8.0.0 or higher

2.3.3

Bug fix View pull request
Remove duplicate field.

8.0.0 or higher

2.3.2

Enhancement View pull request
Use ECS geo.location definition.

8.0.0 or higher

2.3.1

Enhancement View pull request
Remove unused visualizations

8.0.0 or higher

2.3.0

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Update package to ECS 8.4.0

8.0.0 or higher

2.2.1

Enhancement View pull request
Update package name and description to align with standard wording

8.0.0 or higher

2.2.0

Enhancement View pull request
Add generic CEF dashboards

8.0.0 or higher

2.1.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update package to ECS 8.3.0.

8.0.0 or higher

2.0.3

Bug fix View pull request
Format source.mac and destination.mac as per ECS.

8.0.0 or higher

2.0.2

Enhancement View pull request
Improve field documentation

8.0.0 or higher

2.0.1

Bug fix View pull request
Clarify scope of dashboards

2.0.0

Enhancement View pull request
Migrate map visualisation from tile_map to map object

8.0.0 or higher

1.5.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update to ECS 8.2 by modifying Check Point events to use the new email field set.

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.4.3

Enhancement View pull request
Add documentation for multi-fields

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.4.2

Bug fix View pull request
Add field mappings for several event.* fields.

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.4.1

Bug fix View pull request
Append pipeline errors to error.message instead of overwriting existing errors.

1.4.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update to ECS 8.0

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.3.1

Bug fix View pull request
Regenerate test files using the new GeoIP database

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.3.0

Enhancement View pull request
Change test IPs to the supported set for GeoIP

Enhancement View pull request
Add 8.0.0 version constraint

7.16.0 or higher
8.0.0 or higher

1.2.2

Enhancement View pull request
Update Title and Description.

7.16.0 or higher

1.2.1

Bug fix View pull request
Fix logic that checks for the 'forwarded' tag

1.2.0

Enhancement View pull request
Add CEF time zone config option.

7.16.0 or higher

1.1.0

Enhancement View pull request
Update to ECS 1.12.0

1.0.0

Enhancement View pull request
make GA

0.5.2

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Convert to generated ECS fields

0.5.1

Enhancement View pull request
update to ECS 1.11.0

0.5.0

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Update documentation to fit mdx spec

0.4.0

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Update integration description

0.3.0

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Set "event.module" and "event.dataset"

0.2.0

Enhancement View pull request
update to ECS 1.10.0 and adding event.original options.

0.1.0

Enhancement View pull request
Change syslog input to udp input. Add syslog timestamp parsing to Ingest Node pipeline.

0.0.4

Enhancement View pull request
update to ECS 1.9.0

0.0.1

Enhancement View pull request
initial release

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