Is anyone using the following Proof Point prototype: proofpoint.EmergingThreatsIPs?
The prototype allows you to select certain categories once added as node however it looks like the categories listed within minemeld are not matching up to what Proof Point is actually categorizing these IP's as. For example ip's are coming in with a category of " Mobile_Spyware_CNC" according to the minemeld log but are actually categorized as Remoteaccess on Proof Point's portal.
Being that the Proof Point feeds have a wide range of categories including IP's that one may not want blocked this is a issue. Alternatively the Proof Point Domain feed (proofpoint.EmergingThreatsDomains) does not seem to have this issue as all of the doman names coming in with their various categorizations are matching up with what Proof Point has listed on their side.
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We have a URL EDL setup using the OpenPhish miner that comes with Minemeld (openphish.feed miner) that a deny rule is matching against. We have never had any issues with it blocking legitimate URL's but a few days ago the deny rule that matches against the OpenPhish EDL started blocking legitimate sites such as www.youtube.com, www.dell.com, www.oxford.com and many more. This started occurring after our FW refreshed the EDL at 04:00 EDT on 10/07/2017. The EDL then did it's next scheduled refresh at 05:00 EDT on 10/07/2017 and the legitimate URL's that were getting blocked were being allowed through.
Unfortunately it looks like I can only search back to late in the day on 10/08 in the node logs so I can't see what URL's were added prior to the 04:00 refresh on 10/07. Im curious if anyone else on here who happens to use the openphish.feed miner experienced the same?
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