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Important Hosts with LUKS encryption cannot be upgraded to 7.5.0 Update Pack 8

As the release of QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8 approaches, QRadar SIEM development has identified a known issue where hosts with LUKS encryption cannot be upgraded to 7.5.0 Update Pack 8. This is a RHEL limitation for QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8. Customers who want to upgrade to 7.5.0 Update Pack 8 from 7.5.0 Update Pack 7 should ensure that no hosts in the deployment have LUKS encryption. For more information, see the Flash Notice.

QRadar Flash Notice
24 May QRadar 7.5.0 UP8 Interim Fix 2 removed

QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8 Interim Fix 2 is temporarily removed from IBM Fix Central due to a search performance issue that users can experience in DT386246.

Known Issue: DT386246
7 May QRadar Community Edition 7.5.0

Users who want to install QRadar Community Edition now have a release that is updated and on our latest build for QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8, which uses the Red Hat 8.8 operating system. This relaunch allows non-enterprise users, such as students, app developers, hobbyists, or network security teams run QRadar at home with a limited 100 Event Per Second (EPS) and 5,000 Flows Per Minute (FPM) license. For more information, see our new QRadar Community Edition webpage.

QRadar Community Edition
7 May Log Source Management app 7.0.9

A new release of the QRadar Log Source Management application is available. This release allows users to update name templates in bulk, disables the Target Event Collect for Syslog log sources, includes updates for security vulnerabilities, and resolves an error message related to users lauching the app when they have no longer sources in their security profile.

QRadar Community Edition
25 March QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8 released

QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8 is released to IBM Fix Central for entitled users. This release updates the baseline operating system version from RHEL 7.9 to RHEL 8.8. Customers who plan to upgrade should review for LUKS encrypted disks, ensure that /storetmp has 10GB of space before you upgrade, and if you have HA appliances there is a post-installation required procedure documented in DT365145. For more information, see the Software 101 page and review the release notes.

QRadar Software 101
25 March WinCollect 7.3.1 P3 is released

Administrators with managed WinCollect agents planning an upgrade to QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 8 need to ensure they update to the latest WinCollect version. A new version of WinCollect 7.3.1-43 is available for administrators. After you upgrade to 7.5.0 Update Package 8, you can download and install the SFS file for WinCollect 7.4.1-43. For more information, see the WinCollect 7 page on QRadar 101.

Get WinCollect 7.3.1 P3 (7.3.1-43)
20 March WinCollect 10.1.10 is released to IBM Fix Central

IBM Development posted a new version of WinCollect, release 10.1.10 to IBM Fix Central. This release resolved four issues reported by users: 1. Microsoft Security Events longer than 4k bytes may be truncated when rendered by WinCollect 10 (DT261310). 2: WinCollect crashes reading NetApp DataONTAP evtx files (DT255031). 3. Multiline File Forwarder Block Filtering regex issues (DT258861). 4. Hostname validation check box is not working (DT320040).

WinCollect 10 page
15 March IBM QRadar SIEM includes components with known vulnerabilities

A new security bulletin is available for QRadar users on the Software 101 page. The published bulletin outlines the 10 CVEs resolved in QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 7 Interim Fix 6. For more information about this release and direct links to the download and release notes, see the QRadar Software 101 page.

QRadar Software 101
13 March Troubleshooting the UBA Error: “JSON.parse: Unexpected Character After JSON Data”

Administrators who open the Users view in the UBA app receive a “JSON.parse: unexpected non-whitespace character after JSON data at line 1 column 5 of the JSON data” when opening the user view.

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13 March QRadar: Assistant App “Manage” Button is missing from the application interface

When the QRadar Assistant Application is launched, administrators notice that the “Manage” button is missing hence causing them not to be able to manage their applications by using the application.

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6 March Upgrade path information for the transition to Red Hat Enterprise 8

A new flash notice was sent to users on 6 Nov 2023 about QRadar’s transition from Red Hat Enterprise 7 to move to Red Hat Enterprise 8. Administrators who plan to upgrade to a QRadar version that includes Red Hat Enterprise 8 must first install QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 7. This restriction is to ensure all of the required packages needed to transition to RHEL8 are available when users attempt to upgrade. An upgrade to QRadar 7.5.0 Update Package 7 is required for users who plan to go to 7.5.0 UP8 or later.

Read the flash notice
5 March QRadar Custom Action Script: Testing Scripts

How to troubleshoot when a Custom Action Script should trigger. As IBM Support does not troubleshoot complex scripts, administrators can run a simplified script to trigger the Custom Action Script. This technical note advises users how to troubleshoot when there is no indication that the Custom Action Script is running.

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5 February WinCollect 10.1.9 is released

A new version of WinCollect is available for administrators with the release of 10.1.9. This update resolved 4 known issues and updates code and packaged libraries.

Download WinCollect 10.1.9 Release notes

Auto Updates

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Recent updates


The auto update for 28 May includes 8 updates:

  • APC UPS (DSM): Resolves a reported issue in the APC UPS DSM where RACK PDU events did not parse as expected and required an update to the parsing logic. This RPM release also adds a QID map update for several UPS events, such as Bank near overload, Bank overload cleared, Phase near overload, Phase overload cleared, and more.
  • Box REST API (Protocol): Resolved an issue in the Box REST API protocol where debug logs might not generate output as expected.
  • Fortinet FortiGate (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Fortinet FortiGate DSM where the EventID can unexpectedly include a ‘\n’ in the EventID field when the payload is parsed. This issue is due to extra space characters in the event payload and the DSM parsing is updated to ensure that the ‘\n’ characters are ignored.
  • Microsoft Office 365 (DSM): Resolved a reported issue in the Microsoft Office 365 DSM where users reported that events categorized as ‘Stored’. An investigation in to this issue determined that the Source IP field (ClientIP value from the payload) did not parse as expected when IPv6 addresses were included in the event payload. This RPM release updates parsing to ensure events correctly parse and categorize as expected.
  • Microsoft 365 Defender (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Microsoft 365 Defender DSM where the multiple EventIDs could be generated for DLP policy events when the policy contains a slightly different subject line in the event payload. This RPM release is intended to ensure that there is one DLP Policy violation EventID created, instead of creating hundreds or thousands or minor variations on a DLP policy violation EventIDs based on the subject line, which is difficult for administrators to maintain.
  • Microsoft DNS Debug (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Microsoft DNS Debug DSM related to ‘Stored’ events when parsing IPv6 values from the event payload. The parsing update for IPv6 now correctly assigns sourcev6 or destinationv6 fields as follows. If Send or Receive indicator is Snd then IPV6 address is populated in the Destination IPv6 field in the user interface. If Send or Receive indicator is Rcv then the IPv6 address is populated in the Source IPv6 field in the user interface.
  • Microsoft DHCP Server (DSM): Resolved an issue in in the Microsoft DHCP Server DSM where if the payload contains a ‘Source Ip’ and ‘IPV6 Address’ in the payload, then no value was set for the Source IP field. This RPM release allows the Source IP value to be set when the payload contains both an IP address and IPv6 address.
  • SIM Audit (DSM): Resolved an issue in the SIM Audit Device Support Module (DSM) where the username and IP address might not parse from audit events as expected.
The auto update for 22 May includes 2 updates:

  • HTTP Receiver (Protocol): Enhanced the HTTP Receiver protocol to increase the size of EC queue capacity from 10k to 50k events. The goal of this change is to allow larger queues for events coming off of the wire for HTTP Receiver data and potentially prevent events that might drop due to the queue size or event when spikes of events occur.
  • SafeNet DataSecure (DSM): Resolved an issue in the SafeNet DataSecure DSM where system events were parsing as ‘Unknown’ due to the presence of special characters in EventId. This RPM release resolves issues with several warning and info system messages to allow events to mapped properly.
The auto update for 13 May includes 3 updates:

  • Microsoft Azure Event Hubs (Protocol): Resolved an issue in the Microsoft Azure Event Hubs protocol where users reported issues polling for events. An investigation in to this issue determined that the ecs-ec-ingress service could go out-of-memory OOM polling MS defender events. This RPM release updates included libraries and jar files for the Microsoft Azure Event Hubs protocol.
  • SNMP (Protocol): Resolved an issue in the SNMP protocol where listen ports do not get opened in iptables as expected for messages on TCP 162 as described in known issue DT252125. This RPM release updates the default value of Listen Port Key for SNMPv1 to resolve this issue and allow the required ports to be opened and listening for events.
  • SIM Notification (DSM): Enhanced the QRadar SIM Notification DSM to add two new System Notifications related to applications. This RPM release adds two new QIDs: 1. QID 38750195: New version of ‘InstalledAppName V x.x.x’ is available for upgrade. 2. QID 38750196: The autoupdate has been disabled for the ‘InstalledAppName V x.x.x’ due to reaching the maximum limit of <3> attempts’. The second notification alerts administrators when an app fails to automatically update itself. If you experience notifications related to automatic app update failures (QID 38750196), contact QRadar Support for assistance.
The auto update for 6 May includes 1 updates:

  • AXIS (Scanner): Enhanced the AXIS Scanner to add an option in the user interface ‘Enable Strict Host Key Checking’ while connecting with remote machine with the scan results.
The auto update for 29 April includes 13 updates:

  • New – Snowflake (DSM): Release of a new DSM to support collection of events from Snowflake databases by using the JDBC protocol. The Snowflake DSM allows administrators to view authentication, table query, and Snowalert events retrieved in Name Value Pair (NVP) format. Administrators without automatic updates enabled who manually download and install DSMs and protocol updates must install both the latest JDBC protocol and the Snowflake DSM to successfully retrieve, parse, and categorize events.
  • Microsoft Defender for Cloud (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Microsoft Defender for Cloud DSM where users reported ‘Stored’ events. This RPM release updates parsing for events as available under SecurityAlert.schema.json file to ensure events parse and categorize as expected.
  • Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager (DSM): Enhanced the Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager DSM to add ‘TCP Multiline Syslog’ in the supported protocol list. Administrators who want to use ‘TCP Multiline Syslog’ protocol can select Id-Linked as the aggregation method and use the messageId field to capture individual events.
  • Cisco Secure Workload (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Cisco Secure Workload DSM where users reported a compliance event ‘Enforcement Rejected Flows greater than X for application’ parsed as ‘Unknown’. This RPM release resolves the parsing issue and updates the QID map to ensure the event categorizes correctly.
  • Microsoft Azure Platform (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Microsoft Azure Platform DSM where it was reported that ‘Get Secret’ events did not parse the Username field as expected (N/A), even though the DSM Editor displays the event as Parsed and Mapped. This RPM release resolves the issue and allows the DSM to display the username from the UPN (User Principal Name) field of the payload as expected with the action.
  • Alibaba Action Trail (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Alibaba ActionTrail DSM where events can unexectedly parse as ‘Unknown’ and route to SIM Generic, not matching the expected DSM. This RPM release ensures the Log Source Identifier associates to the protocol and parses the events as expected.
  • TCP Multiline Syslog (Protocol): Resolves an issue where users reported log source collection issues related to the TCP Syslog Multiline protocol. This RPM release corrects a potential problem where a log source might attempt to establish a connection before the system has released the subscriber port for the TCP Multiline Syslog protocol, which can cause an intermittent reconnect problem for the log source. When this issue occurred, users reported seeing WARN messages for, ‘Not all providers for TCPMultilineSyslog were able to completely shutdown within the 5000ms window’. Administrators who manually update DSMs and protocols must install the Protocol Common RPM, then update their TCP Multiline Syslog protocol RPM.
  • JDBC (Protocol): Enhanced the JDBC protocol to include changes related to the release of a new DSM for Snowflake database events.
  • Syslog Redirect (Protocol): Resolves an issue where users reported log source collection issues related to the Syslog Redirect protocol. This RPM release corrects a potential problem where a log source might attempt to establish a connection before the system has released the subscriber port for the Syslog Redirect protocol, which can cause an intermittent reconnect problem for the log source. When this issue occurred, users reported seeing WARN messages for, ‘Not all providers for SyslogRedirect were able to completely shutdown within the 5000ms window’. Administrators who manually update DSMs and protocols must install the Protocol Common RPM, then update their Syslog Redirect protocol RPM.
  • Universal Cloud REST API (Protocol): Enhanced the Universal Cloud REST API protocol to update included libraries and files.
  • Seculert Protection REST API (Protocol): Enhanced the Seculert Protection REST API protocol to update included libraries and files.
  • Box REST API Protocol (Protocol): Enhanced the Box REST API Protocol to update included libraries and files.
  • Protocol Common (Protocol): Enhanced the Protocol Common framework to support changes in the TCP Multiline Syslog and Syslog Redirect protocols where log sources might not reconnect as expected.
The auto update for 22 April includes five updates:

  • CyberArk Vault (DSM): Resolved an issue in the CyberArk Vault DSM where the Username value could parse with an included semi-colon character. This RPM release also includes a parsing change to handle username and usrname fields that might occur in the event payload for different versions.
  • Palo Alto PA Series (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Palo Alto PA Series DSM where URL Filtering events that contained actions were being incorrectly categorized as Firewall Deny events. An investigation into this issue determined that different payloads could use slightly different field names to identify Subtype, SubType, subtype, action, or Action. This caused the DSM to not apply subtype or actions when parsing the event and the DSM defaulted to the categorization of Firewall Deny. This RPM release resolves the reported issue.
  • Imperva SecureSphere (DSM): Resolved a reported issue were some Imperva SecureSphere system events parsed as ‘Unknown’. An investigation in to this issue determined that a parsing problem exists where the system events contained an equals symbol with the name of the system rule. This RPM release updates parsing and adds a QID map to ensure the following system events parse correctly: Oracle-Recommended Signatures Policy for Database Applications, SQL Protocol Policy, Oracle-Recommended Policy for Database Applications-Legacy, and MSSQL-Recommended Policy for Database Applications-Legacy.
  • SNMP (Protocol): Enhanced the SNMP protocol to update packaged libraries in the RPM file.
  • RabbitMQ (Protocol): Enhanced the RabbitMQ protocol to update packaged libraries in the RPM file.
The auto update for 9 April includes four updates:

  • EPIC SIEM (DSM): Enhanced the Epic SIEM DSM to support parsing and categorizing release version 2022 events.
  • PostFix Mail Transfer Agent (DSM): Resolved a reported issue in the PostFix Mail Transfer Agent DSM where ‘Delivered via SMS’ events could incorrectly parse as ‘Email sent’ and email events with a status of ‘Queued for delivery’ could parse as ‘Message sent’. This RPM release corrects the QID map status of the events to ensure that the SMS event displays as ‘Message sent’ and the email event displays an Event Name of ‘Email sent’.
  • Palo Alto PA Series (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Palo Alto PA Series DSM where the vendor changed the case of the product name in the payload header to ‘palo alto networks’ unexpectedly. This RPM release updates parsing to allow a lower case product name in the header and ensures that the events parse correctly.
  • Aruba Clear Pass (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Aruba Clear Pass DSM where events did not parse as expected and categorized as ‘Stored’ when the payload did not include a ‘Tacacs.Remote-Address’ field. This RPM release updates parsing to handle scenarios where the ‘Tacacs.Remote-Address’ field is not present in the payload.
  • SIM Audit (DSM): Resolved an issue in the SIM Audit DSM where the Username value can parse as N/A when the username value includes a dot character, such as firstname.lastname as described in DT365570. This RPM release resolves the issue to allow the username to display correctly.
  • Microsoft Azure Event Hubs (Protocol): Enhanced the Microsoft Azure Event Hubs protocol to support collection of VnetFlowLogs and convert the flows to IPFIX for the Network Activity tab. This RPM release updates the user interface to allow administrators to enable the ‘Convert VNet Flow Logs to IPFIX’ option in the protocol configuration, then specify the ‘Flow Hostname’ and ‘Flow port’ for the data.
  • Flow Common (Protocol): Enhanced the Flow Common protocol to add support for destinationPackets and destinationBytes. The Flow Common library allows classes within the Flow Common framework to allow protocols to display data on the Network Activity tab.
The auto update for 2 April includes four updates:

  • Check Point (DSM): Resolved an issue in the Check Point DSM where users reported several events were categorizing as ‘Unknown’. A review of this issue determined that the EventID for ‘log_sys_message’ could parse with an unexpected colon-character in the EventID field. This RPM release also adds the following QIDs to add descriptions to prevent unknown events: ‘Proxy: No host header’, ‘Proxy: Internal error’, ‘Proxy: DSM timeout error’, and ‘Proxy: log_sys_message’.
  • VMware vCenter (DSM): Enhanced the VMware VCenter DSM to add support for parsing several events that categorized as ‘Stored’. For example, vpxd-main change log collector, wcpsvc agent manager (EAM) load error, trustmanagement-svcs trust list, sca-vmon.std successfully authenticated (parseSamlData), analytics Telemetry request for collector, and vapi-endpoint-access events.
  • Okta REST API (Protocol): Resolved an issue in the Okta REST API protocol where a user might select the ‘Enable Proxy’ setting in the user interface, then later disabled the value, which can potentially generate a ‘cannot run preExecuteConfigure’ error. This RPM release resolves this error message when users change the ‘Enable Proxy’ value.
  • RabbitMQ (Protocol): Enhanced the RabbitMQ protocol to update the user interface with an option for “Allow untrusted certificate”. The new option in the user interface when enabled allows administrators to configure log sources that use the RabbitMQ protocol for sources where the endpoint is using a certificate that cannot be verified in the Certificate Chain. This would include a self-signed certificate, or one from a private CA that you do not want to import into your CA trust. Users should not enable the “Allow untrusted certificate” option for endpoints with a certificate issued by a Public CA, such as SaaS Products or Public Cloud Infrastructure.
The auto update for 26 March includes four updates:

  • PingFederate: Release of a new DSM to support parsing and categorization of PingFederate events from Ping Identity. Administrators can configure configure the PingFederate server’s log4j2.xml file to forward CEF formatted Syslog events to be auto discovered by QRadar.
  • Microsoft Windows Security Event Log: Resolved an issue in the Microsoft Windows Security Event Log for Event ID 4625. Users reported an issue where Event ID 4625 does not parse the sub-status field as expected, which causes the event to not report ‘User Locked Out’ as part of the event sub-status details. When the DSM Editor advanced option ‘Enable Additional Parsing Failed LogON’ is true, the event parses incorrectly without the sub-status detail as ‘Failure Audit: An account failed to log on’, where the correct parsing is expected to be ‘Failure Audit: An account failed to log on: User Locked Out’. This RPM release updates parsing to ensure the status and sub-status is parsed from the event payload correctly.
  • FireEye MPS: Resolved an issue in the FireEye MPS DSM where the vendor name changed in the logs from FireEye to Trellix in the LEEF header. The name change caused the DSM parsing to break, leading to ‘Stored’ events. This RPM release resolves the issue and allows events with either vendor name to parse correctly.
  • SIM Notification: Enhanced the QRadar SIM Notification DSM to add two new System Notifications related to applications. This RPM release adds two new QIDs: 1. The first notification is an information level event for QID 38750193 – ‘App installed successfully via Assistant App autoupdate’ 2. The second notification is an error level event for QID38750194 – ‘App Installation failed’ where the event can dynamically display the reason for the app installation failure.
The auto update for 19 March includes five updates:

  • Alibaba Action Trail: Enhanced the DSM to support parsing of events from the Simple Log Service Protocol. Administrators with automatic updates disabled must manually install both the Alibaba Action Trail DSM and Alibaba Cloud Simple Log Service protocol to collect and parse events in Simple Log Service format.
  • Alibaba Cloud Simple Log Service: Release of a new protocol to support event collection from Alibaba Cloud Simple Log Service sources.
  • Linux Iptables: Resolved an issue where users reported 11 header and martian packet kernel events parse as ‘Unknown’. This RPM release updates parsing to assign an Event ID as ‘miscellaneous_traffic’ to ensure the event parses as expected.
  • Microsoft Windows Security Event Log: Resolved a reported issue where the username did not parse as expected from Windows EventID 4625. This RPM release updates parsing patterns to ensure the Username value is extracted from the event payload.
  • Cisco Aironet: Resolved an issue where administrators reported that the Username did not parse as expected from the event payload. This RPM release updates parsing for SEC_LOGIN-5-LOGIN_SUCCESS and SYS-6-LOGOUT events to ensure the Username field is captured and displays correctly in the user interface.

Version information

Features and what’s new

What’s New in QRadar v7.5.0?

Operational improvements

  • Operating system updated to Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® version 7.9.
  • Local Only authentication allows administrators to prevent unintended access to users with accounts in external authentication systems.
  • Use secure boot to ensure that only trusted kernels and kernel modules are loaded
  • Two new offense rule tests: ‘when an offense is closed’ and ‘when an offense is modified’
  • A new AQL OFFENSE_TIME function to increase the speed of your offense queries
  • A new AQL DISTINCTCOUNT function to return the unique count of the value in an aggregate
  • Encryption of managed hosts enabled by default

Flow Improvements
  • Support for IPFIX bidirectional flows
  • Multi-threaded processing for external flow sources
  • Sequence number verification
  • Support for Network Address Translation fields from IPFIX and NetFlow v9
  • New application determination algorithms
  • Support for more fields from AWS VPC flow logs
  • Alias Autodetection field is renamed to DNS lookup for Alias Autodetection
  • Flow direction algorithms are now applied at the beginning of the flow parsing process
  • You can no longer delete the ‘Uncategorized’ category for tagged flow fields from your system
  • Only relevant IPFIX fields are encoded into the payload and extra fieds are added as TLV elements

What is Changed or Removed?

The hashing algorithm default is changed to SHA-512 for all Ariel hashing. Several algorithms, such as MD-2, MD-5, HMAC-MD5 are removed.

  • Network inspection performance
  • Performance improvements for the QRadar Network Insights 6500 appliance
  • Modified process for identifying file types
  • More integration with IBM X-Force
  • Improved application detection
  • Data aggregation and segmentation improvements
  • Some inspectors are no longer supported, such as web domain, Myspace protocol, and SPDY.

During the upgrade to QRadar Incident Forensics 7.5.0, case data is exported and then imported back into the QRadar Incident Forensics managed host. As a result, the upgrade process takes longer to complete than in previous releases.

Vulnerability data scores and metric values are returned as CVSS version 3.0 or 3.1.


QRadar v 7.5.0


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What’s New in QRadar v7.4.3?

The operational efficiency improvements in QRadar 7.4.3 include adjusting the Asset Cleanup Batch Size Threshold.

  • Support for ICMPv6 ICMP messages
  • New inspector for Kerberos
  • New inspector for TFTP
  • New “Flow Source Types” field
  • Support for more fields from AWS Flow Logs
  • New API for managing flow applications
  • New API for managing common destination ports
  • Improvements to the Ariel Tagged Fields API

  • You can now set your own password for encrypted log files
  • Any authorized services with the “System Administrator” permission are expired, unless they are assigned to the “Admin” security profile
  • Several custom properties were either renamed or merged together

  • Simplified installation process
  • Deprecation notice for some inspectors

  • A new Kerberos inspector is available to parse Kerberos traffic that is sent to trusted third-party authentication providers.
  • A new inspector for Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) network traffic.
  • A new Kerberos inspector is available to parse Kerberos traffic that is sent to trusted third-party authentication providers.
  • A new inspector for Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) network traffic.


QRadar v 7.4.3


SFS Release notes ISO Release notes Upgrade Guide What’s new

What’s New in QRadar v7.4.2?

Adjusting the number of MAC addresses allowed for an asset

Generating regex for parsing event properties

  • MAC address support
  • Accumulated byte and packet counters
  • New “Common Destination Port” flow direction algorithms

  • User authentication with Active Directory (AD) is no longer supported
  • GlusterFS no longer supported

  • Support for 40 Gbps connectivity
  • QRadar Network Insights 1940 appliance stacking
  • Content flows are more easily identified
  • New TCP flow direction algorithms
  • Easily determine the direction of a content flow
  • More descriptive entity alerts


QRadar v 7.4.2


SFS Release notes ISO Release notes Upgrade Guide What’s new

What’s New in QRadar v7.4.1?

  • Parsing status is color coded in the user interface to display unparsed and unmapped data
  • An Override Delimiter option allows users to parse multiline event payloads more easily in the DSM Editor
  • Event ID and Event Category fields copied to Event Mapping

  • IBM QRadar Use Case Manager app installed by default
  • QRadar Analyst Workflow to help you investigate offenses

  • The core Operating System is updated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux® V7.7

  • Support for the flow ID field in NetFlow V9 flow records
  • Support for 40 Gbps Napatech card


QRadar v 7.4.1


SFS Release notes ISO Release notes Upgrade Guide What’s new

What’s New in QRadar v7.4.0?

  • Enhanced parsing support for XML events in the DSM Editor
  • Combined IPv4 & IPv6 columns to allow for more performant APIs and UIs
  • Added support for DSM Parameters in the DSM Editor
  • New event details provide extra context to how events are processed.

  • Apps can now run in multi-tenanted environments
  • Log Source Management app, now multi-tenanted
  • QRadar Assistant app can now manage installed applications
  • Pulse Dashboard V2.2 is now multi-tenanted and supports dashboard sharing

  • QRadar 7.4 is upgraded to Red Hat Enterprise Linux V7.6
  • SSH tunnel between two managed hosts can now be initiated from the remote host instead of the local host
  • A secure email server update allows you to send alerts, reports, or notifications with SMTP authentication and TLS

  • Content Management Export API expands the ability to export Custom Rules, Custom Searches, Reports, and required dependencies
  • Dynamic Search API allows users to complete advanced queries using a selection of fields available in the Offenses Rest API
  • Offense related searches possible in the Dynamic Search API
  • QRadar V7.4.0 introduces API V13.0 and marks V11.0 endpoints as deprecated

QRadar v 7.4.0


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Why a Cloud-Native SIEM is significant to achieve unified security

The threat-scape is relentless in its goals of abusing organizational cyber systems for its nefarious means. Now more than ever, cyber security has to move faster than the speed of threat and ensure that threat-actors cannot penetrate our networks. The new cloud-native IBM Security® QRadar® SIEM uses multiple layers of AI and automation to drastically improve the efficiency & effectiveness of the security analysts and SOC operations.

In this session, Mike shows just how significant that a cloud native SIEM is in addressing the ever-increasing sophistication of the threat-scape

QRadar Q2 EMEA User Group (Online)

Join us online for our EMEA QRadar User Group. During this 1 hour call, we’ll talk about QRadar usage, product features, tips, and the roadmap for QRadar.

IBM Security User Forum – New York City

Join us in person for a Super User Group in New York on 5 June 2024 to connect and discuss all things IBM Security. Individual products user groups allow attendees to sit in on sessions specific to your product interests, such as Identity and Access Management, Data Security, Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR), or SIEM to learn about product roadmaps, discuss use cases, technical Q&A, and more.

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