#MISP 2.4.101 has been released with three main new features such as tag collections, improved tag/galaxy selector and the long awaited remote MISP instance caching.
And many bugs fixed. #ThreatIntel #DFIR
You can easily share indicators and objects to trace malicious SSH clients/servers.
If you haven't done it yet hit the Update button on your #MISP instance.
Version 2.4.100 has been released the 01/01/2019 to celebrate the New Year and it comes with lots of new features including a new query builder.
Why reinvent the wheel when someone had already made an awesome work?
If @TheHive_Project and @MISPProject don't fit exactly your cybersecurity needs, just contribute!
If you are looking for MISP training material head to the MISP GitHub repository:
Based on the publication "An analysis and classification of public information security data sources used in research and practice" by Clemens Sauerwein and others, we implemented a new @MISPProject taxonomy https://www.misp-project.org/taxonomies.html#_information_security_data_source to describe public information data source.