Adding threat feeds to NGFW 850 - is there such a feature?

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Adding threat feeds to NGFW 850 - is there such a feature?

L0 Member



New to Palo Alto Firewall 850. I am wondering if this firewall has a feature that can ingest threat feeds from MISP.

Please advise.


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While I have not done this, check out MindMeld:


It might work for you.



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The preferred way is to leverage External Dynamic List (EDLs)


If the threat feeds from the MSP are formatted in a text file, there is a high probability one could just ingest them without using MindMeld (as OtakarKlier stated), but MindMeld will assist in normalizing and removing duplicates IOCs from various threat feeds. Also Cortex XSOAR also has the ability process IoC and create EDLs as well with their Threat Intel Management Module.


Hope this Helps.

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Minemeld can mine that data and create EDLs, among others. There is also the product "Autofocus", but that may be getting ingested into Cortex soon.

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MISP can produce a text formatted file. I would like to know if in the firewall dashboard itself has a feature that I can define the threat source feed?


It depends, if its an IP address or domain, then yes. But not like a SNORT rule.


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