Yes. Go to Response > Action Center > Blacklist > New Action. From there either enter the MD5 entry or import a list of them.
Hi @dfalcon Still looking for this but I wanted to ask here also. Is it then possible to change the Alert Severity of the Alert Name = "Administrative Hash Exception" from LOW (which it appears to default to now) to Medium, so that an INCIDENT is created. Right now it will BLOCK but no Incident is created, as its LOW Severity alert.
@dfalcon its Alert Source = XDR Agent, Alert Name = Administrative Hash Exception
Its set as Low, with regard to Severity, I wondered if I could adjust the Sev from the default Low, to say Medium. I wondered if Scoring Rules (within Incident Management) might do that, but does not seem to be, or I am not doing it correctly.
Thanks @QDSupportUser actually I didn't come up with the subject line that indicated MD5. But the goal (via SHA256) was close. Essentially was looking to have an Incident created from an alert named Administrative Hash Exception, which seems to be by default set to LOW. I was looking to make that an Incident.
So to restate here was looking to:
Hope that helps.
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