Miner for Google IP Address

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FabianB
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Miner for Google IP Address

Just in case anyone is looking for a miner to mine for Google IP address, here is a sample miner 

 

  • Google Services Miner

age_out
default: null
interval: 257
sudden_death: true
attributes
confidence: 100
share_level: green
type: IPv4
extractor prefixes[]
indicator ipv4Prefix
prefix google
source_name google.range
url https://www.gstatic.com/ipranges/goog.json

 

  • Google Cloud Miner

age_out
default: null
interval: 257
sudden_death: true
attributes
confidence: 100
share_level: green
type: IPv4
extractor prefixes[]
indicator ipv4Prefix
prefix google
source_name google.cloud
url https://www.gstatic.com/ipranges/cloud.json

carysoc
L1 Bithead

I'm novice to configuring minemeld, do you have the full layout of the configuration, such as output and processor used? 
any guidance is appreciated. 

Thanks.

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carysoc
L1 Bithead

Thanks. I figured it out..

Because it is a Json format i copied the existing miner prototype, aws.AMAZON, which uses the CLASS, minemeld.ft.json.SimpleJSON. 

original strings are; 

age_out:
default: null
interval: 257
sudden_death: true
attributes:
confidence: 100
share_level: green
type: IPv4
extractor: prefixes[?service=='AMAZON']
fields:
- region
- service
indicator: ip_prefix
prefix: aws
source_name: aws.AMAZON
url: https://ip-ranges.amazonaws.com/ip-ranges.json

**** 

Per the previous suggestion, I replaced the following

extractor: prefixes[]       <<< changed
fields:                           <<< removed
- region                        <<< removed
- service                       <<< removed
indicator: ipv4Prefix      <<< changed
prefix: google               <<< changed
source_name: google.cloud   <<< changed
url: https://www.gstatic.com/ipranges/cloud.json     <<<<<< changed

 

As for the aggregator, I created a new prototype from  stdlib.aggregatorIPv4Generic and removed the following unnecessary lines; 

- actions:
- drop
name: drop all
whitelist_prefixes:
- wl

 

For the output, I created a new prototype from  stdlib.feedHCGreen and removed the following unnecessary lines; 

conditions:
- confidence > 75
- share_level == 'green'
name: accept confidence > 75 and share level green
- actions:
- drop
name: drop all

 

Hope this helps. 

-DR

 

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