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TIE and DXL settings to see detection events


I'm using python scripts and my goal is to collect all detection events (after that, I make tests which detemine some actions).

When I send an event by ePO (Server Settings -- DXL Client for ePO -- Send DXL Message), there's no problem, but I don't reach to collect real detection events. I'm listening on topic "/mcafee/event/tie/file/detection". You can find attached two screenshots to visualize my comments.

It's also working the same way if I send a message from an opendxl console.

I can't see anything from clients, and I don't know what I can do.

I wanted to know if it could be a settings issue, or maybe there are others topics I should use ?


Thank you in advance.



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Re: TIE and DXL settings to see detection events

Hi mr54

My recommendation would be for you to review opendxl, with further help and assistance being available at is a community hub; You'll find helpful scripts etc to help.




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