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Powershell Protected Script Block logging

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Hello dear community, 

 

does Cortex XDR Pro handle also the protected event logging?

 

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_logging_wi...

 

BR

 

Rob

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Hi @RFeyertag,

I've checked with some of my colleagues. While the Cortex XDR agent can ingest powershell script-blok logs, it will not be able to decrypt them.

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Hi @RFeyertag, thanks for writing to Live Community.

When you say can Cortex handle protected event logging, do you mean can it ingest the encrypted logs?

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Hello @mavraham ,

 

yes I mean ingesting the encryted logs through the Cortex XDR Pro Agent.

 

BR

 

Rob

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Hi @RFeyertag,

I've checked with some of my colleagues. While the Cortex XDR agent can ingest powershell script-blok logs, it will not be able to decrypt them.

Visit our Cortex XDR Customer Corner on Live Community to access resources for your product journey, engage in discussions with community members and subject matter experts, and register for upcoming events: Cortex XDR Customer Corner

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Hey @mavraham

 

Thank you very much for this clarification! Have nice day!

 

BR

 

Rob

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