This way of expressing the list in YAML is a bit more user friendly and it works as well:
- indicator: "188.8.131.52" share_level: green type: IPv4 - indicator: "184.108.40.206" share_level: green type: IPv4 - comment: "InfoSec request, Work Order #12345" indicator: "220.127.116.11" share_level: green - comment: "InfoSec request, Work Order #12345" indicator: "18.104.22.168" share_level: green
currently the CSV miner accepts only HTTP/HTTPS URLs as source, but we could extend it to load local files. Would you run the CLI utility directly on the MIneMeld VM ?
Yep, most likely. That'll keep all my stuff for this initiative on the same machine.
However, I think what Nasir described will work just fine for us right now. I'm going to give that a try and see how I make out. I can always adapt to a cleaner method as MineMeld evolves in the future.
Thanks for the great tool!
thanks for the useful command! I have implemented it into my script. However, it looks like the correct syntax is:
/opt/minemeld/engine/current/bin/mm-console hup my_manual_miner
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