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Page 1 of 22© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd. All rights reserved worldwide.Intersect Alliance Pty Ltd shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for direct, or indirect damages in connection with the use of this material. Nopart of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means except as expressly permitted by Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd.This does not include those documents and software developed under the terms of the open source General Public Licence, which covers the Snareagents and some other software.The Intersect Alliance logo and Snare logo are registered trademarks of Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd. Other trademarks and trade names aremarks’ and names of their owners as may or may not be indicated. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are used here in aneditorial context without intent of infringement. Specifications and content are subject to change without notice.QRadar Snare Application User GuidePage 2 of 22Table of Contents1. About this guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32. Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33. The QRadar Snare Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44. Dashboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55. File Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66. Registry Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77. Logon/Logoff Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88. USB Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99. Administrative Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1010. All Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1111. Threat Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1212. Configuring Snare Windows Agent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1313. About Snare Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014. About Intersect Alliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 3 of 221. About this guideThe QRadar Snare Application is designed to help users visualize the logs sent to QRadar from the Snare for Windowsagent. The data is displayed via some graphs, and tables of data with filtering applied of the data through the menuselections.Version History
Version
Release Date
Comments
v1.0.0
September 2016
Initial release.
v1.1.0
May 2017
Minor updates.
© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 4 of 222. OverviewSnare operates through the actions of a single component; the SnareCore service based application (snarecore.exe). TheSnareCore service interfaces with the Windows event logging sub-system to read, filter and send event logs from theprimary Application, System and Security event logs to a QRadar instance. Please note that where available, the agent isalso capable of reading, filtering and sending logs from the DNS Server, File Replication Service, DFS-Replication andDirectory Service logs, as well as any Custom event log sources such as those under Applications and Services Logs. Inaddition to regular event logs, SnareCore will collect USB connect and disconnect notificationsOnce gathered, the logs are then filtered according to a set of objectives chosen by the administrator, and passed over anetwork using the UDP or TCP protocol, using optional TLS/SSL encryption, to a remote server. The SnareCore servicecan be remotely controlled and monitored using a standard web browser.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 5 of 223. The QRadar Snare ApplicationOnce the Snare Application is loaded into QRadar, a new dashboard Snare Dashboard will appear in the top menu inQRadar. Once you select this new Snare Dashboard you will be presented with the user interface (UI) for this application.The Snare for QRadar application provides detailed information about events generated by Snare for Windows including:File AccessRegistry Access and ModificationsUSB activityAdministration eventsLogon Success and FailureProcess InformationIn addition, events can be correlated together and matched against known fingerprints to detect possible threats on thenetwork.The main application consists of the following:The Left Navigator pane displays the main subject menu items.The Main Window displays the detailed information for each of the menu items in the navigator.The Display Filter is a subject-specific form located at the top of the Main Window to allow different searchparameters.In the left navigator pane, the Dashboard item displays top level overviews of the Snare events in the main window.Several other menu items are also included to that link to detailed event information for the specific events types. A ThreatAnalysis item displays possible threats on the network for a given time period. Help and other useful links are alsoprovided to help users setup Snare for QRadar.Filter Time PeriodsFor each of the displays available throughout the QRadar Snare application, the search time period can be selected usingthe Time Period drop down box. Built in time periods include:Last 5 minutesLast 10 minutesLast 30 MinutesLast HourLast 3 HoursAdditionally, a user can manually specify a time period by selecting Custom Date/Time from the time period drop downbox. When this item is selected, the Start and End date/time selector boxes become enabled. Clicking in each of theselector boxes displays a date/time selector widget. Simply select the date and then the time of day to input the date/timeinto the filter. Click Search to start scanning.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 6 of 224. DashboardClicking on the Dashboard menu item will give you an overview of the types of events captured by the QRadar instance.Reports are represented as top ten pie charts for a given time period and are host based by default. Using the Displaydrop down box, reports can be generated based on the event user by selecting the Top 10 By User display item. The timeperiod can be changed using the drop down menu above the display and clicking the red Search button.Each individual pie chart is interactive which allows users to drill down on an individual section of data. Simply clicking ona piece of pie will display a report of how that data is spread across the different category types for the given time period.At any time, a user can click the View Event Activity under the associated pie chart to show a detailed list of the eventsused to generate the report.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 7 of 225. File EventsThe File Events menu item will display only file auditing events. The default filter is set to all users, all hosts, allprocesses, all files and directories for the last 5 minutes. The filter can be modified to suit the search needs up to the last 3hours or alternatively, selecting a Custom Date/Time time period, a user can search over a specific time range. If thereare may events present then the Prev/Next buttons on the top right can be used to navigate through the data one page ata time. The areas highlighted in Red/Green/Blue can be clicked on to allow a drill down of the event for complete details ofthat event. The area that is color coded is designed to help identify particular event types more quickly.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time. Each series in the activity chartis color coded to match that shown in the event list.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 8 of 226. Registry EventsThe Registry Events menu operates in much the same way as the File Events but is specific for the Registry Events. Thedefault search will show all users, all Hosts, all Processes, All keys, audit events for the last 5 minutes. The filter can bemodified to suit the search needs up to the last 3 hours or alternatively, selecting a Custom Date/Time time period, a usercan search over a specific time range. If there are many events present then the Prev/Next buttons on the top right can beused to navigate through the data one page at a time. The areas highlighted in Red/Green/Blue can be clicked on to allowa drill down of the event for complete details of that event. The area that is color coded is designed to help identifyparticular event types more quickly.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time. Each series in the activity chartis color coded to match that shown in the event list.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 9 of 227. Logon/Logoff EventsThe Logon/Logoff Events menu displays event details pertaining to all logon or logoff activity as well as logon failures andlocked accounts. The default search will show all users, all Hosts and all operations for the last 5 minutes. The filter canbe modified to suit the search needs up to the last 3 hours or alternatively, selecting a Custom Date/Time time period, auser can search over a specific time range. If there are many events present then the Prev/Next buttons on the top rightcan be used to navigate through the data one page at a time. Each individual event in the list can be clicked on to allow adrill down of the event for complete details of that event. The area that is color coded is designed to help identify particularevent types more quickly.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time. Each series in the activity chartis color coded to match that shown in the event list.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 10 of 228. USB EventsThe USB Events menu displays event details pertaining to USB Plug and Play (PnP) operations as well as any otherdevice arrivals or removals. The default search will show all users, all Hosts, all USB operations and serial numbers forthe last 5 minutes. The filter can be modified to suit the search needs up to the last 3 hours or alternatively, selecting aCustom Date/Time time period, a user can search over a specific time range. If there are many events present then thePrev/Next buttons on the top right can be used to navigate through the data one page at a time. Each individual event inthe list can be clicked on to allow a drill down of the event for complete details of that event. The area that is color coded isdesigned to help identify particular event types more quickly.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time. Each series in the activity chartis color coded to match that shown in the event list.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 11 of 229. Administrative EventsClicking the Administrative Events menu item displays event details pertaining to all administrative operations includingaccount creations, updates, deletions and password changes. Any changes to security groups or domain policies are alsocaptured and displayed. The default search will show all users, all hosts and all administrative operations for the last 5minutes. The filter can be modified to suit the search needs up to the last 3 hours or alternatively, selecting a CustomDate/Time time period, a user can search over a specific time range. If there are many events present then the Prev/Nextbuttons on the top right can be used to navigate through the data one page at a time. Each individual event in the list canbe clicked on to allow a drill down of the event for complete details of that event. The area that is color coded is designedto help identify particular event types more quickly.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time. Each series in the activity chartis color coded to match that shown in the event list.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 12 of 2210. All EventsThe All Events menu item will show all events being received from the Snare Agents. You can page through these eventsby using the Prev/Next buttons on the top right. The number of events shown is also based on the filters applied whichhas a default of 5 minutes and shows all users and hosts. The filters can be applied to restrict the search to specific usersor systems for a specified time period to the last 3 hours. Alternatively, selecting a Custom Date/Time time period, a usercan scan for all events over a specific time range.The activity line chart below the list of events shows the event activity with respect to time.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 13 of 2211. Threat AnalysisThreat Analysis applies fingerprint analysis techniques on scanned events to detect possible threats on the network.Clicking on the Threat Analysis menu item will analyse the scanned events generated in the last 5 minutes looking forthreats. Any threats are displayed to the user along with the threat activity with respect to time. The time period can bemodified to suit the search needs up to the last 3 hours or alternatively, selecting a Custom Date/Time time period, a usercan search over a specific time range.A detected threat displays the following:The threat typeThe start and end time of the threatThe threat source (host name and/or IP address).The threat severity.Threat accesses and operations.By clicking on a displayed threat, the events matching the threat fingerprint are displayed in the panel below. ClickingClose will revert the display back to the activity chart.For version 1.1.0, only Rubber Ducky threat types are supported. More types are planned for future versions.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 14 of 2212. Configuring Snare Windows AgentThe configuration settings are outlined below for sending events to IBM’s QRadar via:Snare Enterprise Agent for Windows (Version 5 and above)Snare Enterprise Agent for Windows (Legacy)Snare Enterprise Agent for Windows (Version 5 and above)From your Snare Enterprise Agent, navigate to the Destination Configuration page and update the following settings:In the Network Destination section, enter the IP address of the QRadar instance in the Domain/IP field.Set Port to 514.Select UDP or TCP (recommended).Select the appropriate SYSLOG RFC3164 Format supported by the QRadar.In the General Destination Options section, select the Host IP As Source checkbox to use the detected IPaddress as the event source IP.Select Update Destinations to save your settings, and select the Apply Configuration & Restart Service to update theregistry.For effective auditing, it is recommended that automatic auditing is enabled. To enable automatic auditing navigate to theGeneral Configuration page.Check the Allow Snare to automatically set audit configuration? checkbox.Check the Allow Snare to automatically set file audit configuration? checkbox.Snare Enterprise Agent for Windows (Legacy)From your Snare Enterprise Agent, navigate to the Network Configuration page and update the following settings:Select the Use Host IP Address Override for source address checkbox. On saving the page the field Overridedetected DNS Name with will be populated.Set Destination Port to 514.Select UDP or TCP (recommended) protocol.Select the Enable SYSLOG Header? checkbox.Select the SYSLOG Header Format as Syslog.Select Change Configuration to save your settings, and select the Apply the Latest Audit Configuration, to update theregistry.For effective auditing, it is recommended that automatic auditing is enabled. To enable automatic auditing navigate to theNetwork Configuration page.Check the Allow Snare to automatically set audit configuration? checkbox.Check the Allow Snare to automatically set file audit configuration? checkbox.Audit SetupRegarding Allow Snare to automatically set file audit configuration? in order for Windows to collect file andregistry access records, not only must the correct audit category be selected, but also the correct object auditingparameters must also be set. Setting this field will automatically set these parameters, based on the objectives whichhave been set. It is highly recommended that this checkbox be selected.For file auditing, enter the target file or directory into the General Search Term of the objective, e.g. c:payroll.For registry auditing (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE only), enter MACHINEkeyname into the General Search Term of theobjective, e.g. MACHINESOFTWAREInterSectAllianceAuditService.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 15 of 22Objectives SetupA major function of the Snare system is to filter events. This is accomplished via the advanced auditing ‘objectives’capability. Any number of objectives may be specified and are displayed on the Objectives Configuration page. Bydefault a set of objectives is available with the Snare Enterprise Agent for Windows installation.To create a new objective click Add, or to view/edit an existing objective select Modify. The following parameters may beset:© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 16 of 22Identify the high level event. Each of the objectives provides a high level of control over which events areselected and reported. Events are selected from a group of high level requirements and further refined usingselected filters. Only Windows Security Event Log events are contained within the high level groups. Details onwhich Windows Event Log event IDs are used to generate the following objectives can be found in Appendix C –Objectives and security event IDs:Logon or LogoffAccount administrationAccess a file or directoryChange the security policyStart or stop a processRestart, shutdown and systemUse of user rightsFiltering platform eventsUSB eventAny event(s).The above groups are provided to service the most common security objectives that are likely to be encountered. Ifother event types are required, then the Any event(s) objective will allow fully tailored objectives to be set.The following filters can be applied to incoming audit events:Event ID Search Term. Each event contains a unique number known as the Event ID. If the high level event Anyevent(s) is selected, then the user is able to filter on the EventID field. If multiple events are required, the user mayenter the event IDs as a comma separated string. Example: 562,457,897. Using the wildcard character ‘*’ willselect all events. Use the wildcard with caution since ALL events will be collected and passed to the remote host.For all other high level events, this field is ignored and automatically managed by the agent.The user may select whether to include or exclude messages that match this objective. If an objective is set to‘Exclude’, matching event logs will be immediately discarded. Note: Ensure the Perform a scan of ALL objectivesconfiguration option is disabled in the Network Configuration window.General Search Term. This allows the user to further refine a search based on the event record payload. For mosthigh level events, this option will search all the fields of an event record, except the header. For simple searches© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 17 of 22(i.e. not a regular expression), there is NO need to use the wildcard character at the start or end of this field as it isautomatically added to the search term when the objective is saved. The exception to this rule is when the Accessa file or directory high level event is selected and the Automatically set file audit configuration option isenabled. In this situation, the General Search field is used to identify the file, directory or registry location thatrequires auditing. The user may select whether to include or exclude messages that match this objective byselecting the Includeor Exclude radio buttons.Example: To monitor a file being opened for reading, the objective Access a file or directory would be selected andthe actual directory would be entered into this field as follows: C:Example. The agent will then recursively applyauditing to the destination folder, ensuring that any files or directories below C:Example would be subject to auditand trapped. Please note that regular expressions and wildcards do not work when the Access a file or directoryhigh level event is selected.The search string may be treated as a Perl Compatible Regular Expression if the Regular Expression checkbox isselected. This allows more powerful and refined text matching and targeted objectives allowing sophisticatedforensic analysis and reporting, particularly when small details get lost in noisy log environments. Some commonuseful regular expressions include:Event contains email address:([a-z0-9_.-]+@([da-z.-]+.([a-z.]{2,6})Event contains URL:(https?://)?([da-z.-]+).([a-z.]{2,6})([/w .-]*)*/?Event contains IP address:(?:(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?).){3}(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)Event contains hex-numbers:#?([a-f0-9]{6}|[a-f0-9]{3})User Search Term. An event record may be selected or discarded based on a userid, or partial match of a userid.If no users are entered AND the Include radio button has been selected, then ALL users will be audited. If a term isentered in this field, then an event record will be trapped or discarded based on a valid match and whether theInclude or Exclude radio buttons have been selected. There is no need to use the wildcard character at the startand end of this field as it is automatically added when the objective is saved. Multiple users may be entered using acomma separated list.Source Search Term. This feature is relevant for Windows Vista/2008 and above, where much of the keyinformation is buried in the Applications and Services logs. See Custom Event Log for further details. Forexample to include the events in DNS Server as displayed below, then the Source Search Term should be set to *and the event logs should be checked for DNS Server.If setting a file search parameter, it is important that the FULLY QUALIFIED directory name is entered so that theSnare system can set the appropriate auditing. For example, C:TEMPSECRET* will work, but SECRET* will not.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 18 of 22Latest events window displays the Source Name as below:Identify the event types to be captured. Windows uses many different audit event types, including:Success AuditFailure AuditInformationWarningErrorCriticalVerbose© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 19 of 22Activity Tracing.Below is an example of a logged event in Event Viewer. The Level: field displays this event type as Information. If itis unclear which type of event is required, then selecting all of the check boxes will ensure that no events are lost.Note if none of the checkboxes are selected, then no events will be trapped.Identify the event logs. Windows collects logs from a number of event log sources. On Windows Servers, all sixprimary event logs may be found, however on pre-Vista Workstation installations only three of these event logs(Security, System and Application) are available. The event log options are:SecuritySystemApplicationDirectory ServiceDNS ServerDFS ReplicationLegacy FRSCustom Event Log (see below for further information)If in doubt, there will be no harm done in selecting all event log types, except that Snare will now read from, andattempt to filter, from all the selected event logs and this will have some slight negative performance impact. Pleasenote, if any high level event except for Any event(s) is selected, then this item is ignored as it is set automaticallyby the high level event.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 20 of 22Select the Alert Level. A criticality level may be assigned to enable the Snare user to designate audit events totheir most pressing business security objectives, and to quickly identify the level of importance via the colouredbuttons. The Latest Events page will highlight the event in the selected colour assigned to your objective.CriticalPriorityWarningInformationClearCapturing Custom Event LogsCustom event logs (only available for Snare Enterprise Agents) are captured beyond the Windows Logs events, that is,within Applications and Services Logs. To capture the custom logs, create or modify an objective and select the CustomEvent Log check box under Identify the event logs area, and then specify the specific name of the log in the SourceSearch Term.To find the specific name of the log, start the Event Viewer, and browse to the event log you wish to capture, and open theProperties dialog. For example, for Group Policy logs the name to enter in the objective for Source Search Term can befound on the Event Viewer’s Details tab (Friendly View) for that event as displayed below:Once the configuration is saved and as your expected events are logged, the latest events will then display the logs.InfoObjectives will be processed by the agent in the order they appear, that is, top to bottom. Use the up and downarrows in the Order column to reorganize your objectives into the appropriate order. Place any Excludeobjectives (where you are excluding an Event ID) at the top of the list to ensure unwanted events are discarded.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 21 of 2213. About Snare AgentsThe team at Intersect Alliance have developed auditing and intrusion detection solutions on a wide range of platforms,systems and network devices including Windows, Linux, Solaris, Apple Mac OSX, Cisco ASA/PIX firewalls, Cisco routersand switches, Checkpoint, PaloAlto, IIS, Apache, Exchange, MVS (ACF2/RACF), and many more. We have in-depthexperience within National Security and Defence Agencies, Financial Service firms, Public Sector Departments andService Providers. This background gives us a unique insight into how to effectively deploy host and network intrusiondetection and security validation systems that support and enhance an organisation’s business goals and security riskprofile.Native intrusion detection and logging subsystems are often a blunt instrument at best, and when your security teamstrives to meet departmental, organisational, industry or even national security logging requirements, a massive volume ofdata can be generated. Only some of this data is useful in evaluating your current security stance. Intersect Alliance haswritten software ‘agents’ for a wide range of systems that are capable of enhancing the native auditing and loggingcapabilities to provide advanced log filtering, fast remote delivery using secure channels, remote control of agents from acentral collection server, and a consistent web based user interface across heterogeneous environments.The agents have an enterprise-level feature set, yet are designed to be light on disk space, memory and CPU to ensurethat your servers can meet security requirements without compromising their ability to stick to core business. The agentsare capable of sending data to a wide variety of target collection systems.For a free trial on the Snare Enterprise Agents visit https://www.intersectalliance.com/try-snare-eval-now/.
Operating SystemAgents
Snare Enterprise Agentfor Windows (XP-10,2003-2016)
Interacts with the underlying Windows Eventlog subsystem to facilitate remote, real-timetransfer of event log information. Log data is converted to text format, and delivered to aremote SIEM server or to a remote Syslog server with configurable and dynamic facilityand priority settings.
Snare Enterprise Agent forLinux (RHEL, SLES,Debian, Ubuntu)
Allows event logs from the native Linux audit subsystem to be collected from the operatingsystem, and forwarded to a remote audit event collection facility after appropriate filtering.
Snare Enterprise Agent forSolaris (10 and 11, Sparcand X86)
Provides front end filtering, remote control, and remote distribution for Solaris audit data,interfacing with the underlying Sun “Basic Security Module”.
Snare Enterprise Agent forOSX (10.7-10.10, 10.11and 10.12 coming soon)
Allows event logs from the OSX subsystem to be collected from the operating system forMacintosh computers, and forwarded to a remote audit event collection facility afterappropriate filtering.
Epilog Agents
Snare Enterprise Epilog forWindows
Designed to facilitate the central collection and processing of Windows text-based log filessuch as DNS logs, IIS, Apache, DHCP and other application text log files.
Snare Enterprise Epilog forUNIX
Provides a method to collect any text based log files on the Linux and Solaris operatingsystems including the logs in /var/log, Apache, Squid and any other application text logfile.
Database Agents
Snare Enterprise Agent forMSSQL
Allows the security staff to track all SQL commands run by the DBA or other privilegedusers on any Microsoft SQL Server to be filtered and forwarded to a remote audit eventcollection facility for analysis.
For further information on the Intersect Alliance product suite please visit https://www.intersectalliance.com/our-product/.© Intersect Alliance International Pty Ltd Page 22 of 2214. About Intersect AllianceIntersect Alliance, part of the Prophecy International Holdings Group, is a team of leading information technologysecurity specialists. In particular, Intersect Alliance are noted leaders in key aspects of IT Security, including hostintrusion detection. Our solutions have and continue to be used in the most sensitive areas of Government andbusiness sectors.Intersect Alliance intend to continue releasing tools that enable users, administrators and clients worldwide to achievea greater level of productivity and effectiveness in the area of IT Security, by simplifying, abstracting and/or solvingcomplex security problems.Intersect Alliance welcomes and values your support, comments, and contributions. For more information on theEnterprise Agents, Snare Server and other Snare products and licensing options, please contact your local ProphecyGroup as follows:The Americas +1 (800) 834 1060 Toll Free | +1 (303) 771 2666 DenverAsia Pacific +61 8 8211 6188 Adelaide AustraliaEurope and the UK +44 (797) 090 5011Email intersect@intersectalliance.comVisit www.intersectalliance.com

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