Manage threat collections

ExtraHop Reveal(x) can apply threat intelligence to your network activity based on threat collections provided by Extrahop, partner integrations, or other free and commercial sources.

To add threat intelligence from CrowdStrike, see Integrate Reveal(x) 360 with CrowdStrike.

Before you begin

Enable or Disable ExtraHop-curated threat collections

ExtraHop threat collections are enabled by default and identify indicators of compromise throughout the system.

  1. Log in to the ExtraHop system through https://<extrahop-hostname-or-IP-address>.
  2. Click the System Settings icon and then click Threat Intelligence.
  3. In the ExtraHop Threat Intelligence table, select or clear the Enabled checkbox in the Status column.
    The system automatically checks for updates to ExtraHop-curated threat collections every 12 hours. The Last Updated column reflects the date and time of the latest update.

    ExtraHop threat collections automatically update systems that are connected to ExtraHop Cloud Services. You can confirm connectivity on the ExtraHop Cloud Services page in the Administration settings.

Upload a threat collection

Upload threat collections from free and commercial sources to identify indicators of compromise throughout the ExtraHop system. Because threat intelligence data is updated frequently (sometimes daily), you might need to update a threat collection with the latest data. When you update a threat collection with new data, the collection is deleted and replaced, and not appended to an existing collection.

  • You must upload threat collections individually to your Command appliance or Reveal(x) 360, and to all connected sensors.
  • Custom threat collections must be formatted in Structured Threat Information eXpression (STIX) as TAR.GZ files. Reveal(x) currently supports STIX version 1.0 - 1.2.
  • You can directly upload threat collections to Reveal(x) 360 systems for self-managed sensors. Contact ExtraHop Support to upload a threat collection to ExtraHop-managed sensors.
  • The maximum number of observables that a threat collection can contain depends on your platform and license. Contact your ExtraHop representative for more information.
  • You can upload STIX files through the REST API.
  1. Log in to the ExtraHop system through https://<extrahop-hostname-or-IP-address>.
  2. Click the System Settings icon and then click Threat Intelligence.
  3. Click Manage custom collections.
  4. Click Upload New Collection.
  5. In the Collection ID field, type a unique collection ID. The ID can only contain alphanumeric characters and spaces are not allowed.
  6. Click Choose file and select a .tgz file that contains a STIX file.
  7. Type a display name in the Display Name field.
  8. Click Upload Collection.
Published 2022-01-26 10:13