Cortex XDR Alert Dump File Analysis

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Cortex XDR Alert Dump File Analysis

L3 Networker

Is there a way we can analysis the dump file when a behavior based alert is generated for an incident? We would like to analysis the process dump file with volatility for windows 10 machines.

Thanks for the help in advance.

Kind Regards

L4 Transporter

Hi @KanwarSingh01,


The Cortex XDR Agent is capable of collecting the contents of memory, and the instructions to do so are at the following link, on Step 9: Add a New Agent Settings Profile.




Please give it a shot and let me know if that worked for you.



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We already do the full dump of process but when we launch the dump in volatility to analysis the headers, Dump is not able to match any profile in volatility due to which we cannot analysis the dump file.

If there is a way we can analysis these dump files with volatility that will be nice.




Kind Regards
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