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@michael.gabriel The Splunk App/Add-on doesn't track indicators over time by default. The indicators are fed into a KVStore lookup table, which is a database, so it does not natively have a time-component like the main Splunk index does. You can easily create a scheduled search in Splunk that simply indexes the minemeld indicator lookup table every day. Then you can see how the indicators change over time. Would that suggestion work for you?
Thank you so much for the quick reply @btorresgil. I believe that is exactly what I should be doing, if you have the time/patience to do so, could you briefly explain the steps to me please?
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