Alsid

Overview

Alsid is an automated security solution that monitors the components of Active Directory infrastructures by detecting attacks in real time, identifying existing weaknesses and vulnerabilities.

Setup

This setup guide will show you how to forward logs produced by Alsid to SEKOIA.IO by means of a rsyslog transport channel. On most linux servers, two packages need to be installed: rsyslog and rsyslog-gnutls.

1. Download the certificate

In order to allow the connection of your rsyslog server to the SEKOIA.IO intake, please download the SEKOIA.IO intake certificate:

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$ wget -O /etc/rsyslog.d/SEKOIA-IO-intake.pem https://app.sekoia.io/assets/files/SEKOIA-IO-intake.pem

2. Configure the Rsyslog server

Open or create a new Alsid configuration file for rsyslog:

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sudo vim /etc/rsyslog.d/58-alsid.conf

Paste the following rsyslog configuration to trigger the emission of Alsid logs by your rsyslog server to SEKOIA.IO:

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# Define the SEKIOA-IO intake certificate
$DefaultNetstreamDriverCAFile /etc/rsyslog.d/SEKOIA-IO-intake.pem

# Configure up the network ssl connection
$ActionSendStreamDriver gtls # use gtls netstream driver
$ActionSendStreamDriverMode 1 # require TLS for the connection
$ActionSendStreamDriverAuthMode x509/name # server is authenticated

# Template definition [RFC5424](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5424#section-7.2.2)
# IMPORTANT: don't forget to set your intake key in the template
template(name="SEKOIAIOAlsidTemplate" type="string" string="<%pri%>1 %timestamp:::date-rfc3339% %hostname% %app-name% %procid% LOG [SEKOIA@53288 intake_key=\"YOUR_INTAKE_KEY\"] %msg%\n")                                                                                               

# Send your events to SEKOIA.IO intake servers under SEKOIAIOAlsidTemplate template
if $hostname == "YOUR_ALSID_HOSTNAME" then @@(o)intake.sekoia.io:10514;SEKOIAIOAlsidTemplate

In the above template instruction, please replace YOUR_INTAKE_KEY variable with your intake key.

3. Restart rsyslog

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$ sudo service rsyslog restart

4. Enjoy your events

Go to the events page to watch your incoming events.