Welcome to my site about (Microsoft) Technology, Sailing (creating polair diagrams, B&G Hydra/H2000, Fastnet bus) and about Robotics.
With the latest announcement (november 8th, 2021) on Repository support in Microsoft Sentinel, we now have a supported workflow to enable Continoud Deployment integration from Azure DevOps or GitHub: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-sentinel-blog/enable-continuous-deployment-natively-with-microsoft-sentinel/ba-p/2929413
Out of the box the following content types are supported
- Analytic rules
- Automation rules
- Hunting queries
But with some tweaks we can also deploy Sentinel Watchlist, with some issues regarding updating/deleting content
The goal of this experiment was to get a LogStash instance running in Docker to copy on-premise SQL Server data to Sentinel. If your application is still emitting data only to a SQL table and no other sources are available, this is a trick to get data into Sentinel until a permanent solution has been created.
This is a first experiment, so no production ready code:
docker run --rm -it -p5044:5044 --env xpack.monitoring.enabled=false -v /mnt/c/Users/MyUserName/pipeline/:/usr/share/logstash/pipeline/ -d docker.elastic.co/logstash/logstash:7.10.0 sh -c "logstash-plugin install microsoft-logstash-output-azure-loganalytics ; /usr/local/bin/docker-entrypoint"
Azure DevOps streaming was recently introduced. This allows you to directly get the Azure Audit logs into a SIEM solution like Azure Sentinel, without writing custom Powershell/Rest code.
Instead of upgrading my Orchard instances, I decided to move to Jekyll hosted on github pages.
A cleanup of old content was done as well
Some lessons learned:
(this post will be updated with new tips and tricks, and when changes happen on Secure Score)
Microsoft offers a Scoring website for the IT Security status of it’s cloud services called Secure Score. This Secure Score (https://security.microsoft.com/securescore) mentions all the steps to take to enhance security.
The official B & G bearings for the wind angle and wind speed are quite expensive. Why not buy some 3rd party bearings for 10% of the original price.
Just some random notes on Azure API management:
Parse JWT in Azure API management policy:
With API management we have seperate environments for Development, Test and Production.
The best way to move an API from one environment to the other is through GIT at this moment.
IIS has the option to require client certificates, but setting this up requires all settings to be set correctly.
The customer question was that during a security audit, the server returned no root certificates, and not a list of trusted certificates. Error: No client certificate CA names sent