Last modified: Tue Dec 31 2019 09:27:21 GMT+0100 (CET)

External Connectors

The MISP to Microsoft Graph Security Script enables you to connect your custom threat indicators or Indicators of Comprosmise (IoCs) and make these available in the following Microsoft products.

Azure Sentinel

Azure Sentinel

Microsoft Defender ATP

Microsoft Defender ATP

MISP to Microsoft Graph Security Script

The script provides clients with MISP instances to migrate threat indicators to the Microsoft Graph Security API.

For more information on Microsoft Graph Security API visit Microsoft Graph Security API.
For more information on Microsoft Graph visit Microsoft Graph.

Prerequisites

Before installing the sample:

Getting Started

After the prerequisites are installed or met, perform the following steps to use these scripts:

  1. Download or clone this repository.
  2. Go to directory security-api-solutions/Samples/MISP
  3. Install dependencies. In the command line, run pip3 install requests requests-futures pymisp
  4. To run script, go to the root directory of misp-graph-script and enter PYTHONHASHSEED=0 python3 script.py in the command line.

App Registration

To configure the sample, you'll need to register a new application in the Microsoft Application Registration Portal. Follow these steps to register a new application:

  1. Sign in to the Application Registration Portal using either your personal or work or school account.

  2. Choose New registration.

  3. Enter an application name, and choose Register.

  4. Next you'll see the overview page for your app. Copy and save the Application Id field. You will need it later to complete the configuration process.

  5. Under Certificates & secrets, choose New client secret and add a quick description. A new secret will be displayed in the Value column. Copy this password. You will need it later to complete the configuration process and it will not be shown again.

  6. Under API permissions, choose Add a permission > Microsoft Graph.

  7. Under Application Permissions, add the permissions/scopes required for the sample. This sample requires ThreatIndicators.ReadWrite.OwnedBy.

    Note: See the Microsoft Graph permissions reference for more information about Graph's permission model.

  8. Modify the RequestManager.py file to comment out line 121-124. (This allows the script to run without failing due to line 123 being divided by avg_speed incase it starts as 0.

  9. Modify the script.py to add in config.misp_verifycert at line 13. Ensure it looks like below.

    misp = PyMISP(config.misp_domain, config.misp_key, config.misp_verifycert)
    
  10. Modify config.py file to add in misp_verifycert = False anywhere in the file.

As the final step in configuring the script, modify the config.py file in the root folder of your cloned repo.

Update tenant, client_id, and client_secret in config.py

graph_auth = {
    'tenant': '<tenant id>',
    'client_id': '<client id>',
    'client_secret': '<client secret>',
}

Once changes are complete, save the config file.

Configurations

Target Product

targetProduct = "Azure Sentinel" or targetProduct = "Microsoft Defender ATP"

Misp Event Filter

Filters can be set in the config.py file under the "misp_event_filters" property

Below is a list of parameters that can be passed to the filter (source: https://pymisp.readthedocs.io/modules.html):

  • values – values to search for
  • not_values – values not to search for
  • type_attribute – Type of attribute
  • category – Category to search
  • org – Org reporting the event
  • tags – Tags to search for
  • not_tags – Tags not to search for
  • date_from – First date (Format: '2019-01-01')
  • date_to – Last date (Format: '2019-01-01')
  • last – Last published events (for example 5d or 12h or 30m)
  • eventid – Evend ID
  • withAttachments – return events with or without the attachments
  • uuid – search by uuid
  • publish_timestamp – the publish timestamp (Note: Uses UNIX timestamp. Format: '1551811160')
  • published – return only published events (Format: True or False)

A list or a specific value can be passed to the above parameters. If a list is passed to the parameter, the filtered events are the result of the union of provided list.

This field needs to be a list that contains multiple filters. The filtered events are the result of the intersection of provided filters.

First Example of How This Field can be Configured

misp_event_filters = [
    {
        "type_attribute": 'mutex'
    },
    {
        "type_attribute": 'filename|md5'
    },
]

An event meets this filtering criteria if the event has an attribute with attribute type of 'mutex' AND the event has an attribute with attribute type of 'filename|md5'.

Second Example of How This Field can be Configured

misp_event_filters = [
    {
        "type_attribute": ['mutex', 'filename|md5']
    }
]

An event meets this filtering criteria if the event has an attribute with attribute type of 'mutex' OR the event has an attribute with attribute type of 'filename|md5'.

Third Example of How This Field can be Configured

misp_event_filters = [
    {
        "values": 'http://www.test.com'
    }
]

An event meets this filtering criteria if the event has an attribute with attribute value of 'http://www.test.com'.

Fourth Example of How This Field can be Configured

misp_event_filters = []

This gets all events.

Action

Possible action values are: alert, allow, block.

action = "alert" (This is default).

Passive Only

passiveOnly = False (This is default).

Days to Expire

This property is used to specify the amount of days the records will expire in Microsoft Graph Security API. The default value for days to expire is 30.

days_to_expire = 5

Misp Key

The Misp Auth Key is required to fetch data from your Misp instance. Configure a sync user.

misp_key = '<misp key>'

Verify Cert

This gives you the option to choose if python should validate the certificate of the misp instance. (This allows ease within testing environments)

misp_verifycert = False IT IS RECOMENDED TO USE A VALID SSL CERT IN PRODUCTION AND CHANGE THIS TO TRUE

Instructions on Reading TiIndicators That Have Been Pushed

In the command line, run python3 script.py -r

Instructions on Seeing All Requests That Resulted in Errors

  1. In the command line, run cd logs to go to the logs folder.
    • To print all the requests that resulted in errors to the console, simply run cat *_error_* in the command line.
    • To aggregate all the requests that resulted in errors to a file, run cat *_error_* > <filename>.txt in the command line.

Script Output

As the script runs, it prints out the request body sent to the Microsoft Graph Security API and the response from the Microsoft Graph Security API.

Every request is logged as a json file under the directory "logs". The name of the json file is the datetime of when the request is completed.

Schedule with CRONTAB

Below is a CRONTAB entry example of running the script every Sunday at 2am

0 2 Sun /home/mark/misp-graph-script/python3 script.sh

This README.md has been adapted from the README.md found in the Microsoft Graph Security API MISP sample. For most recent changes, visit Microsoft Graph Security API MISP sample. Provide your feedback on this sample by filing a GitHub request.

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