added support for service-displayname, regkey|value

pull/237/head
milkmix 4 years ago
parent 0c6a205136
commit 7c037ed090
  1. 30
      misp_modules/modules/export_mod/osqueryexport.py

@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
"""
Export module for coverting MISP events into OSQuery query pack.
Export module for coverting MISP events into OSQuery queries.
Source: https://github.com/0xmilkmix/misp-modules/blob/master/misp_modules/modules/export_mod/osqueryexport.py
"""
@ -11,17 +11,13 @@ import re
misperrors = {"error": "Error"}
types_to_use = ['regkey', 'mutex']
types_to_use = ['regkey', 'regkey|value', 'mutex', 'windows-service-displayname', 'yara']
userConfig = {
};
moduleconfig = []
# fixed for now, options in the future:
# event, attribute, event-collection, attribute-collection
inputSource = ['event']
outputFileExtension = 'conf'
@ -32,7 +28,6 @@ moduleinfo = {'version': '0.1', 'author': 'Julien Bachmann, Hacknowledge',
'description': 'OSQuery query export module',
'module-type': ['export']}
# test : http://misp.vm/events/view/23
def handle_regkey(value):
rep = {'HKCU': 'HKEY_USERS\\%', 'HKLM': 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'}
rep = dict((re.escape(k), v) for k, v in rep.items())
@ -40,12 +35,29 @@ def handle_regkey(value):
value = pattern.sub(lambda m: rep[re.escape(m.group(0))], value)
return 'SELECT * FROM registry WHERE path LIKE \'%s\';' % value
def handle_regkeyvalue(value):
key, value = value.split('|')
rep = {'HKCU': 'HKEY_USERS\\%', 'HKLM': 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'}
rep = dict((re.escape(k), v) for k, v in rep.items())
pattern = re.compile("|".join(rep.keys()))
key = pattern.sub(lambda m: rep[re.escape(m.group(0))], key)
return 'SELECT * FROM registry WHERE path LIKE \'%s\' AND data LIKE \'%s\';' % (key, value)
def handle_mutex(value):
return '#waiting acceptance of Scott Lundgren PR that would allow to query Kernel Objects'
return 'not implemented yet'
def handle_service(value):
return 'SELECT * FROM services WHERE display_name LIKE \'%s\' OR name like \'%s\';' % (value, value)
def handle_yara(value):
return 'not implemented yet, not sure it\'s easily feasible w/o dropping the sig on the hosts first'
handlers = {
'regkey' : handle_regkey,
'mutex' : handle_mutex
'regkey|value' : handle_regkeyvalue,
'mutex' : handle_mutex,
'windows-service-displayname' : handle_service,
'yara' : handle_yara
}
def handler(q=False):

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