Determine type of data

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L3 Networker

Determine type of data

Minemeld seems very nice, I'm trying it out in a vm.

 

One thing I'm having a problem with is determining if the information retrieved is going to be an IP list or domain list. Does the processor care if it gets multiple kinds of data?

 

Any other tidbits of information would be beneficial. Thanks! 

L7 Applicator

Re: Determine type of data

@chirss Don't worry about sending the wrong type of indicators to processors. Processors are configured to ignore type of indicators they cannot process. You can check the infilter section of their prototypes to see the applied filters. 

 

One easy way to check which kind of data is generated by a Miner is checking the LOGS, just click on LOGS at the top right corner of miner and you will see all the indicators generated by that Miner.

 

We are planning to add the type of generated indicators inside the description of each Miner, but that is still in roadmap.

L3 Networker

Re: Determine type of data

Cool. I've run into issues adding some inputs which were outputs and then the commit not loving it, then trying to find which feed name to actually remove. Outside of that this seems cool once you get into it. It's kind of what I wish taxii/stix could have been.

L7 Applicator

Re: Determine type of data

We are working to improve usability in the CONFIG section, you should some improvements in the next release or the one after.

 

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