Perform actions (create, edit, export, delete) and search for indicators on the Cortex XSOAR Threat Intel page.
After you have customized indicators and started ingesting indicators into Cortex XSOAR, you can create indicators, add indicators, extract indicators, export indicators, etc. If you have a TIM license you can use Threat Intel Reports and use the Unit 42 feature.
The Threat Intel page displays a table or summary view of all indicators, and enables you to perform several indicator actions. If you do not have a TIM license, the page is called Indicators.
You can perform the following actions on the Threat Intel page.
View and take action on an indicator
Click on an indicator to view and take action on the indicator. You can view in detail the verdict, relationships, timeline, enrich indicators, add tags, etc.
By default, when editing the following inline values in an incident/indicator, the changes are not saved until you confirm your changes (clicking the checkmark icon in the value field).
These icons are designed to let you have an additional level of security before you make changes to the fields in incidents/indicators.
To change this default behavior, go to
Manually create a new indicator in the system.
Create an incident from the selected indicators and populate relevant incident fields with indicator data.
Edit a single indicator or select multiple indicators to perform a bulk edit.
Delete and exclude one or more indicators from all indicator types or from a subset of indicator types.
If you select the Do not add to exclusion list checkbox, the selected indicators are only deleted.
Export the selected indicators to a CSV file. You can also Export Incidents and Indicators to CSV Using the UTF8-BOM Format.
Export the selected indicators to a STIX file.
Upload a STIX file
To upload a STIX file, click the upload button (top right of the page) and add the indicators from the file to the system.
You can search for indicators using any of the available search fields. This is a partial list of the available search fields.
The type of the indicator, such as File, Email, etc.
The reputation of the indicator:
Searches for indicators based on a reliability score such as
Indicator feed or enrichment integrations.
A specific instance of an indicator feed or enrichment integration.
The source (script, manual, etc.) which last set the indicator's expiration status.
Tags applied to indicators.
Search for keywords within indicators’ comments.
(Multi-tenant) Whether the indicator is shared with the tenant.
You can use a wildcard query, which finds indicators containing terms that match the specified wildcard. For example, the
* pattern matches any sequence of 0 or more characters, and
? matches any single character. For a regex query, use the following value: