Including CVE in Threat Logs

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Including CVE in Threat Logs

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For as long as the Palo Threat feature has been around, I can't believe this feature doesn't already exist.

 

Would it be possible for Palo to include the associated CVE as a field next to the ThreatID?  These mapps occur outside of the Firewall as part of the ThreatDB or Content Update emails, but not locally on the Firewall itself.

 

It would simply things for customer to just include the CVE right in the syslog message as an additional field.

 

This would open up many opportunities for customers to correlate against vulnerability scan data and threat intelligence within their SIEM.

 

Thanks!

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Hello @BenBrewerLCE,

 

Thank you for your feedback. Feature requests can be submitted by your SE. Please get in touch with your account team to have this added. You'll send them all the details about the feature in question, and they'll take the necessary steps to have a Feature Request created for you. They will then give you a Feature Request ID (FRID).  

Customer Success Engineer, NGFW

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Hello @BenBrewerLCE,

 

Thank you for your feedback. Feature requests can be submitted by your SE. Please get in touch with your account team to have this added. You'll send them all the details about the feature in question, and they'll take the necessary steps to have a Feature Request created for you. They will then give you a Feature Request ID (FRID).  

Customer Success Engineer, NGFW

Community Team Member

Hi @BenBrewerLCE ,

 

As @zahmed01 mentioned you'll have to go through your local SE to have a FR created.  Once you have the FR# you and everyone else interested can add their vote to it via their local SE in order to give it more traction.

 

Kind regards,

-Kim.

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