Carbon Black - Juniper Networks Sky ATP connector
The skyatp connector for Carbon Black submits infected hosts detected by a Cb Response server to the Sky ATP infected hosts blacklist.
Infected hosts are identified by watchlist alerts, you can configure any number of watchlists by name in a comma delimited list. The SKYATP connector will add hosts identified by alerts from these watchlists to the infected host feed in SKYATP. As alerts generated from these watchlists are resolved from within CbR, the CbR SkyAtp connector will remove the host from the blacklist/infected hosts feed - when there are no longer any outstanding issues needing resolution.
As root on your Carbon Black or other RPM based 64-bit Linux distribution server:
cd /etc/yum.repos.d curl -O https://opensource.carbonblack.com/release/x86_64/CbOpenSource.repo yum install python-cb-skyatp-connector
Once the software is installed via YUM, copy the
/etc/cb/integrations/skyatp/carbonblack-skyatp-connector.conf.template file to
Edit this conf file and fill in the required variables:
`carbonblack_server_token` - Carbon Black API key `carbonblack_server_url` - Carbon Black server's base URL `skyatp_api_keys` - API keys `watchlists` - List of Cb Response watchlists that you created in CbR UI
Once the software is configured, then you can start the connector via service cb-skyatp-connector start. Any errors will be logged into
/var/log/cb/integrations/skyatp/cb-skyatp-connector.log. The connector will automatically create a feed in the connected Carbon Black server's console.
If you suspect a problem, please first look at the Sky ATP connector logs found here:
/var/log/cb/integrations/skyatp/cb-skyatp-connector.log (There might be multiple files as the logger "rolls over" when the log file hits a certain size).
If you want to re-run the analysis across your binaries:
Stop the service:
service cb-skyatp-connector stop
Restart the service:
service cb-skyatp-connector start
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