I have tried minemeld with few miners and output to the inbounfeedhc i.e. PAN EBL/DBL. It is worked as expected. I would like to push the data to SIEM so that i can perform log analysis based on the indicators. How can i use taxii? I have configured ET.compromisedIP and Dshield miners to send data to new aggregator with output to stllib.feedHCGreen and stdlib.taxiiDataFeed based nodes. I can get data in PAN DBL using stdlib.feedHCGreen output node. What configuration will be needed so that I can configure our SIEM to use taxii based feed? For the taxii based node, I can see current indicators as 1080.
@Sly_Cooper thanks !
I have checked and you should change the config this way (note the URL now set to https://<minemeld>/taxii-poll-service):
Basically you have to specify URL of the TAXII poll service, not the URL of the discovery service.
After that indicators can be sucessfully downloaded:
@lmori Thank you. It worked! I could see the indicators in the watchlist. I will continue to work with minemeld and SIEM.
FYI - The Minemeld instance failed automatically with error reading config message. All indicators went to zero. It started back automatically when checked after two days.
I added the host to the yml file and restarted the engine but I still get:
The method is not allowed for the requested URL.
I guess while my miner is getting plenty of indicators my aggregtor doesn't except them. I tried both Ipv4 generic and IPv4Outband.
Any ideas? Btw: outstanding idea - all other input/outputs work flawless.
Just need to get the taxii service up and running so I can receive STIX and send STIX.
are you using McAfee SIEM ? If yes:
- use https://xxxxxxx/taxii-poll-service instead of https://xxxxxx/taxii-discovery-service
- the error you see it's because the client is sending a GET request instead of a POST, select POST in the feed config
If you are not using the McAfee SIEM, could you give us more details about your config ?
Note: starting with MineMeld 0.9.20 the change to the yml file is optional.
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