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A plugin to enable indicators to be submitted to CIFv3 in real-time

Project description

Threat Bus CIFv3 Plugin

A Threat Bus plugin that enables communication to Collective Intelligence Framework v3.


pip install threatbus-cif3


The plugin uses the cifsdk python client to submit indicators received on the threatbus into a CIF instance.

      ssl: false
      token: CIF_TOKEN
    group: everyone
    confidence: 7.5
    tlp: amber
      - test
      - malicious

Development Setup

The following guides describe how to set up local, dockerized instances of MISP.

Dockerized CIFv3

Use dockerized CIFv3 to set up a local CIFv3 environment:

Setup a CIFv3 docker container

git clone
cd cif-docker
docker-compose build

Edit the docker-compose.yml

vim docker-compose.yml

Find the section cif in the configuration and edit the following as appropriate:

      - "5000:5000"

Start the container

docker-compose up -d
# get an interactive shell
docker-compose exec cif /bin/bash
# become the cif user
su cif
# check to see if access tokens were successfully created
# ping the router to ensure connectivity
cif --ping


Threat Bus comes with a 3-clause BSD license.

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