MISP 2.4.74 released

May 30, 2017

A new version of MISP 2.4.74 has been released including new features, improvements and bug fixes.

The ZeroMQ pub-sub feature has been significantly improved in MISP to allow for a complete flexible notification scheme for a host of actions which take place within a MISP instance, such as:

  • Event publishing
  • Attribute creation and update
  • Sighting creation
  • User creation or modification

Documentation of the ZeroMQ pub-sub feature is available in misp-book.

A persistent default feed list has been added including free and open feeds like:

  • Botvrij.eu
  • InThreat
  • Binary Defense Systems
  • abuse.ch (multiple feeds)
  • rules.emergingthreats.net
  • malwaredomainlist
  • TOR Node List from dan.me.uk
  • cybercrime-tracker.net
  • phishtank
  • dns-bh.sagadc.org
  • labs.snort.org
  • longtail.it.marist.edu
  • pan-unit42
  • malwaremustdie
  • booterblacklist.com
  • openbl.org
  • home.nuug.no
  • hosts-file.net
  • openphish.com
  • iplists.firehol.org

which can be enabled as a feed cache to do automatic correlation within MISP without the need of importing the full data-set.

Filtering is now available via the tag index (fixing a famous request during one of the MISP training sessions ;-).

There is also an upcoming MISP training that might be of interest to MISP users, contributors or developers:

  • A MISP training is foreseen in Luxembourg, the 29th June 2017. Register as soon as possible if you want to join us.

The full change log is available here.

Don’t hesitate to open an issue if you have any feedback, found a bug or want to propose new features.

We would like to thank all the contributors and especially the participants of the hackathon organised in Luxembourg.