03-22-2023 05:48 AM
I am running a Use-Case that requires me to poll the XDR Tenant for all alerts. These include Alerts that are found in an XDR Incident and Independent Alerts that are not found in an incident. For example a Low Severity alert from a BIOC Analytics Source that has not opened or should I say referenced in an incident. These Independent alerts are not retrieved with the "!xdr-get-alerts" command. Even when querying for a specific Indipendant alert based on it's ID it is not retrieved. Does anyone have a solution for this ?
There is no reason why these alerts shouldn't be available to be analysed on the XSOAR Platform.
In the case that this is not possible, are the Alerts available for querying from the XQL Integration ?
03-22-2023 09:21 AM
" Even when querying for a specific Indipendant alert based on it's ID it is not retrieved. Does anyone have a solution for this ?"
Can you confirm if this is the case ? I think i saw an independent alert being fetched with case-id set to null
03-23-2023 04:20 AM
@arnarayanan I have double checked this when performing the command on all alerts from the past 24 Hours I see that only the incident based alerts are fetched. The problem remains.
03-23-2023 04:33 AM
Hi ,Sorry, what i meant to ask is when you do an XDR-get-alert with a specific independent alert-id, what do you see as output on XSOAR.
I am not an XDR expert, however i thought i saw XSOAR fetching an independent alert with case-id=null
03-23-2023 05:49 AM
When I perform this on a specific Alert ID that isn't incident related I receive the message that no alert has been fetched.
03-28-2023 06:58 AM
Just to update this thread, there is no suitable solution found and It may be possible that this is a recent change due to the 6.3 Update to XDR. Due to the lack of confirmation I will open a support ticket to escalate this matter.
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