You could also use Dynamic address objects? Your script basically updates a txt file stored on some http server. This txt file contains a list of IP addresses you extracted from Splunk. Then you define a dynamic address object in PANOS referencing this txt file. The dynamic address object can then be used in your security rules as a source address or destination address.
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