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Webhook provides you with a simple interface to integrate DNIF with various third party application’s webhook/api. The Webhook plugin has a handy feature which allows you to use $Variables for substitution in the configuration. Check the Webhook example for Slack to understand its use case.


You need to provide the following data depending on the third party webhook/api they intend to use.

  • URL
  • Headers
  • Payload


  1. Follow the initial configuration steps in How to Configure Soar Integrations.


  1. Click the edit icon to add details.
Field Description
Configuration Name Name for the configuration
Request Method Select the request method from the drop down
URL URL for the webhook/api
Headers Appropriate headers for the webhook/api in JSON format
Payload Appropriate payload for the webhook/api in JSON/Text/XML format

Variable substitution is supported in the configuration viz; URL, Headers and Payload

  1. Enter the above details and click Save.

To associate webhook automation config with investigate panel - it must provide exactly one substitution parameter - either $User or $Host.


Listed below are few Webhook integration examples, these examples will help you to quickly get started with the configuration process by demonstrating practical use cases.

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