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Trend Micro events via SNMP

Hi All,

We have a client that is using Trend Micro AV but does not have any Control Manager.. They send their logs via SNMP. Does anyone have any information on how we can collect the logs from Trend Micro office scan using SNMP trap.  In the config guides we support the use of Control Manager which the customer said they will not get.  Q1 Labs is able to get the SNMP events from Trend Micro because they support this out of the box.  If we will use a parser, how can we get the sample logs?  If there are any faster but credible way do please send me the information,.

thanks a lot!

Jamil

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Jamil,

Did you ever find a solution to this?

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We just created a flex connector for this requirement as there is no support for Trend Micro using SNMP.  No one also replied when I posted this question.

thanks

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Hi jamil,

We have faced same problem. Is there any way for you to share this flex with us?

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Hi,

If you can please share the flex, would be helpful.

Thanks

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Hi jamiljpb,

We have exactly the same issue. Can you please share your flex connector ?

Regards,

PF

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Hi PF,

Sorry but I cannot share the Flex connector program created. I had to pay a consultant to do it for me for the particular client of ours.

Thanks for your understanding.

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