Grapl is a Graph Platform for Detection and Response with a focus on helping Detection Engineers and Incident Responders stop fighting their data and start connecting it. Find out more on our Github.
For now, our documentation primarily focuses on grapl_analyzerlib. grapl_analyzerlib provides a Python interface for end-users to interact with the data in Grapl.
Grapl’s documentation is still a work in progress.
Queries and Views¶
Queries and Views are the main constructs to work with the graph.
Queries allow you to pull data from the graph that matches a structure.
Views represent an existing graph, which you can expand by pivoting off of its edges.
Let’s query for some processes with the name “svchost”.
from grapl_analyzerlib.prelude import * # Create a client to talk to Grapl gclient = GraphClient() svchosts = ( ProcessQuery() .with_process_name(eq="svchost.exe") .query(gclient) # Execute the query ) # type: List[ProcessView]
Now we can pivot around that data. Let’s look at the parent processes of these svchosts:
for svchost in svchosts: if svchost.get_parent(): print(svchost.parent.get_process_name())
Install grapl_analyzerlib by running:
pip install --user grapl_analyzerlib
The project is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.