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Install Splunk Phantom on Centos 7

Hi all,

I assume that you have spun up a CentOS 7 VM , a valid Phantom account(you can register it https://my.phantom.us/ ) , running Splunk instance and running Active Directory Domain Controller.

Login to your VM and perform an update by running yum update.

After the update has been completed , install Phantom by running the command below.

rpm -Uvh https://repo.phantom.us/phantom/4.8/base/7/x86_64/phantom_repo-4.8.24304-1.x86_64.rpm

***To get the latest release please visit the Phantom page.

Go to /opt/phantom/bin

Start the installer bu running the command below.

./phantom_setup.sh install

You will have warnings related to disk space , if you are setting up it in prod environment consider all the warnings seriously.

Installer will ask you for a username and password . This is the username and the password pair which you use to login to https://my.phantom.us page.

Login to web UI:

https://splunkphantomcore01.northeurope.cloudapp.azure.com:443

Default username is admin and default password is password

Change your password at first logon ­čÖé

and continue with initial configuration.

Regards.

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