MISP 2.4.169 released with various improvements and bug fixes.

March 14, 2023

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of MISP v2.4.169 with various improvements and bug fixes.

It includes many improvement release of misp-stix, the core Python library for importing and exporting STIX (1, 2.0 and 2.1).


  • New MISP workflow module to support Splunk HEC export.
  • Sighting ReSTsearch reworked to make it faster.
  • dashboard-widget:TrendingTags improved with new filtering and over time functionalities.
  • New ApacheSecureAuth authentication scheme added.


  • TAXII servers invalid baseurl field type fixed.
  • Restore bro export (temporary fix until a complete rework of the bro export in ReSTsearch).
  • CVE-2023-28606 < MISP 2.4.169 - js/event-graph.js in MISP before 2.4.169 allows XSS via event-graph node tooltips.
  • CVE-2023-28607 < MISP 2.4.169 - js/event-graph.js in MISP before 2.4.169 allows XSS via the event-graph relationship tooltip.

A huge thanks to all the contributors and supporters of the MISP project. This release wouldn’t be possible without the help of all the organisations and people supporting us to make MISP a reality.

Go to the detailed changelog for more details about the changes to the MISP core software.

Other updates and changes in the MISP project

MISP Objects

  • A new MISP object ransomware-group-post has been created to support ransomlook.io.
  • Improved victim object.
  • A new MISP object transport-ticket has been created to share information about transports in MISP.
  • Various improvements to network-connection, network-socket.
  • A new MISP object registry-key-value
  • For AIS maritime ship identification and tracking you can use the AIS object.

For more details, the misp-object changelog is available.

MISP Galaxy

  • A new MISP galaxy first-dns matrix describing DNS abuse techniques has been added.
  • Various improvements in different galaxy such as threat-actors, sigma, stealer, tools, region, 360net, MITRE ATT&CK.

For more details, the misp-galaxy changelog is available.

MISP warning-lists

  • New captive-portals warning list added.
  • New parking page warning list added.

For more details, the misp-warninglists changelog is available.

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