indicators and values

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L2 Linker


   I noticed that when creating the '_process_item' code for a new miner, you generate data as an indicator, and a value.  I am able to generate an EDL with my code, but it looks like the values associated with the indicators are not present.  


Does anybody know what types of feeds you would need to create to see the values associated with their corresponding indicators?


L7 Applicator

Hi @vb0398,

sorry for the late reply, you can click on LOGS in the top right corner of the Miner window to see all the indicators/values generatred by the Miner. See screenshots below.



Screen Shot 2017-06-19 at 14.29.58.png


To see the value in the feed you should:

  • use a prototype with name stdlib.feed*WithValue
  • in the URL of the feed, add the parameter to specify a format rendering the value - like v=json

hi @lmori - thanks for your reply..

   So I am using a prototype with name "stdlib.feedHCRedWithValue PROTOTYPE" 



As for the URL to download the feed, are you saying it would look like the following :





(I'm sure that's not it as I get an 'Unknown feed' message...)



Hi @vb0398,

you should use a URL like this:



(note the question mark instead of the &)

hi @lmori - 

   thanks - works great.


Ingesting this data into a Palo Alto device, I'm assuming the only way is via an EDL, and that would just be the standard/generic feed input (i.e., '<ip address start>-<ip address end>')  Is that correct?

Hi @vb0398,

for ingesting with Palo Alto Networks NGFW you can use EDL format ("plain") or DAG output nodes.

EDL can be used for IPs (/32, ranges and CIDRs), URLs and domains.

DAG output node only for /32 IPs.


My suggestion for traditional feeds is using EDLs.

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