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Support_Team_Bi
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Question about Log type Correlated

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Hello

Can you explain me about type correlated in log info and the log view(As Image) ? 

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In black highlight, why are there many ip in one cell (Source or User column) ?

 

Thank you.

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

To filter in/out correlated from use "(NOT) type:Correlated". In views/reports I suggest using the filter "Pre-defined Filter" which allows you to choose from "Log Type Filter"/"Default Report Filter" which filters non-traffic log types out such as control, audit, correlated and more.

Watching the logs of correlated events is unique per event. Check the correlated event itself for related fields (blade, attack name for examples) and try to filter them in a query.

Kind regards, Amir Senn

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin
Correlated means it's been taken from many individual events that could have occurred as individual logs, but instead are represented as a single log.
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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

Correlated events are not traffic logs but logs that are generated from the SmartEvent.

In SmartEvent you have a policy called "Event Policy", in which you define filters and thresholds for event and you can attach them with automatic reaction.

A correlated event could be a matching of a single log or X logs over Y time to your choosing.

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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Support_Team_Bi
Contributor

Thank you for the answer.

How can I find a single log before generate from SmartEvent ? 

How to separate correlate log in report ? 

 

Thank you

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

To filter in/out correlated from use "(NOT) type:Correlated". In views/reports I suggest using the filter "Pre-defined Filter" which allows you to choose from "Log Type Filter"/"Default Report Filter" which filters non-traffic log types out such as control, audit, correlated and more.

Watching the logs of correlated events is unique per event. Check the correlated event itself for related fields (blade, attack name for examples) and try to filter them in a query.

Kind regards, Amir Senn

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