Introduction

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The MISP threat sharing platform is a free and open source software helping information sharing of threat intelligence including cyber security indicators, financial fraud or counter-terrorism information. The MISP project includes multiple sub-projects to support the operational requirements of analysts and improve the overall quality of information shared.

MISP objects are used in MISP (starting from version 2.4.80) system and can be used by other information sharing tool. MISP objects are in addition to MISP attributes to allow advanced combinations of attributes. The creation of these objects and their associated attributes are based on real cyber security use-cases and existing practices in information sharing. The objects are just shared like any other attributes in MISP even if the other MISP instances don’t have the template of the object. The following document is generated from the machine-readable JSON describing the MISP objects.

Funding and Support

The MISP project is financially and resource supported by CIRCL Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg .

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A CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) funding under CEF-TC-2016-3 - Cyber Security has been granted from 1st September 2017 until 31th August 2019 as Improving MISP as building blocks for next-generation information sharing.

CEF funding

If you are interested to co-fund projects around MISP, feel free to get in touch with us.

MISP objects

ail-leak

An information leak as defined by the AIL Analysis Information Leak framework..

ail-leak is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

original-date

datetime

When the information available in the leak was created. It’s usually before the first-seen.

first-seen

datetime

When the leak has been accessible or seen for the first time.

type

text

Type of information leak as discovered and classified by an AIL module. ['Credential', 'CreditCards', 'Mail', 'Onion', 'Phone', 'Keys']

text

text

A description of the leak which could include the potential victim(s) or description of the leak.

origin

link

The link where the leak is (or was) accessible at first-seen.

last-seen

datetime

When the leak has been accessible or seen for the last time.

sensor

text

The AIL sensor uuid where the leak was processed and analysed.

asn

Autonomous system object describing an autonomous system which can include one or more network operators management an entity (e.g. ISP) along with their routing policy, routing prefixes or alike..

asn is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

subnet-announced

text

Subnet announced

first-seen

datetime

First time the ASN was seen

import

text

The inbound IPv4 routing policy of the AS in RFC 2622 – Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL) format

export

text

The outbound routing policy of the AS in RFC 2622 – Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL) format

asn

as

Autonomous System Number

mp-export

text

This attribute performs the same function as the export attribute above. The difference is that mp-export allows both IPv4 and IPv6 address families to be specified. The export is described in RFC 4012 – Routing Policy Specification Language next generation (RPSLng), section 4.5. format

description

text

Description of the autonomous system

last-seen

datetime

Last time the ASN was seen

country

text

Country code of the main location of the autonomous system

mp-import

text

The inbound IPv4 or IPv6 routing policy of the AS in RFC 4012 – Routing Policy Specification Language next generation (RPSLng), section 4.5. format

av-signature

Antivirus detection signature.

av-signature is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

software

text

Name of antivirus software

signature

text

Name of detection signature

text

text

Free text value to attach to the file

datetime

datetime

Datetime

An HTTP cookie (web cookie, browser cookie) is a small piece of data that a server sends to the user’s web browser. The browser may store it and send it back with the next request to the same server. Typically, it’s used to tell if two requests came from the same browser — keeping a user logged-in, for example. It remembers stateful information for the stateless HTTP protocol. (as defined by the Mozilla foundation..

cookie is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

cookie-value

text

Value of the cookie (if splitted)

cookie

cookie

Full cookie

cookie-name

text

Name of the cookie (if splitted)

text

text

A description of the cookie.

type

text

Type of cookie and how it’s used in this specific object. ['Session management', 'Personalization', 'Tracking', 'Exfiltration', 'Malicious Payload', 'Beaconing']

credential

Credential describes one or more credential(s) including password(s), api key(s) or decryption key(s)..

credential is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

password

text

Password

type

text

Type of password(s) ['password', 'api-key', 'encryption-key', 'unknown']

notification

text

Mention of any notification(s) towards the potential owner(s) of the credential(s) ['victim-notified', 'service-notified', 'none']

text

text

A description of the credential(s)

origin

text

Origin of the credential(s) ['bruteforce-scanning', 'malware-analysis', 'memory-analysis', 'network-analysis', 'leak', 'unknown']

format

text

Format of the password(s) ['clear-text', 'hashed', 'encrypted', 'unknown']

username

text

Username related to the password(s)

credit-card

A payment card like credit card, debit card or any similar cards which can be used for financial transactions..

credit-card is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

version

text

Version of the card.

issued

datetime

Initial date of validity or issued date.

expiration

datetime

Maximum date of validity

name

text

Name of the card owner.

cc-number

cc-number

credit-card number as encoded on the card.

comment

comment

A description of the card.

card-security-code

text

Card security code (CSC, CVD, CVV, CVC and SPC) as embossed or printed on the card.

ddos

DDoS object describes a current DDoS activity from a specific or/and to a specific target. Type of DDoS can be attached to the object as a taxonomy.

ddos is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

ip-src

ip-src

IP address originating the attack

ip-dst

ip-dst

Destination ID (victim)

protocol

text

Protocol used for the attack ['TCP', 'UDP', 'ICMP', 'IP']

src-port

port

Port originating the attack

total-pps

counter

Packets per second

dst-port

port

Destination port of the attack

text

text

Description of the DDoS

total-bps

counter

Bits per second

first-seen

datetime

Beginning of the attack

last-seen

datetime

End of the attack

domain-ip

A domain and IP address seen as a tuple in a specific time frame..

domain-ip is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

first-seen

datetime

First time the tuple has been seen

text

text

A description of the tuple

last-seen

datetime

Last time the tuple has been seen

domain

domain

Domain name

ip

ip-dst

IP Address

elf

Object describing a Executable and Linkable Format.

elf is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

text

text

Free text value to attach to the ELF

type

text

Type of ELF ['CORE', 'DYNAMIC', 'EXECUTABLE', 'HIPROC', 'LOPROC', 'NONE', 'RELOCATABLE']

arch

text

Architecture of the ELF file ['None', 'M32', 'SPARC', 'i386', 'ARCH_68K', 'ARCH_88K', 'IAMCU', 'ARCH_860', 'MIPS', 'S370', 'MIPS_RS3_LE', 'PARISC', 'VPP500', 'SPARC32PLUS', 'ARCH_960', 'PPC', 'PPC64', 'S390', 'SPU', 'V800', 'FR20', 'RH32', 'RCE', 'ARM', 'ALPHA', 'SH', 'SPARCV9', 'TRICORE', 'ARC', 'H8_300', 'H8_300H', 'H8S', 'H8_500', 'IA_64', 'MIPS_X', 'COLDFIRE', 'ARCH_68HC12', 'MMA', 'PCP', 'NCPU', 'NDR1', 'STARCORE', 'ME16', 'ST100', 'TINYJ', 'x86_64', 'PDSP', 'PDP10', 'PDP11', 'FX66', 'ST9PLUS', 'ST7', 'ARCH_68HC16', 'ARCH_68HC11', 'ARCH_68HC08', 'ARCH_68HC05', 'SVX', 'ST19', 'VAX', 'CRIS', 'JAVELIN', 'FIREPATH', 'ZSP', 'MMIX', 'HUANY', 'PRISM', 'AVR', 'FR30', 'D10V', 'D30V', 'V850', 'M32R', 'MN10300', 'MN10200', 'PJ', 'OPENRISC', 'ARC_COMPACT', 'XTENSA', 'VIDEOCORE', 'TMM_GPP', 'NS32K', 'TPC', 'SNP1K', 'ST200', 'IP2K', 'MAX', 'CR', 'F2MC16', 'MSP430', 'BLACKFIN', 'SE_C33', 'SEP', 'ARCA', 'UNICORE', 'EXCESS', 'DXP', 'ALTERA_NIOS2', 'CRX', 'XGATE', 'C166', 'M16C', 'DSPIC30F', 'CE', 'M32C', 'TSK3000', 'RS08', 'SHARC', 'ECOG2', 'SCORE7', 'DSP24', 'VIDEOCORE3', 'LATTICEMICO32', 'SE_C17', 'TI_C6000', 'TI_C2000', 'TI_C5500', 'MMDSP_PLUS', 'CYPRESS_M8C', 'R32C', 'TRIMEDIA', 'HEXAGON', 'ARCH_8051', 'STXP7X', 'NDS32', 'ECOG1', 'ECOG1X', 'MAXQ30', 'XIMO16', 'MANIK', 'CRAYNV2', 'RX', 'METAG', 'MCST_ELBRUS', 'ECOG16', 'CR16', 'ETPU', 'SLE9X', 'L10M', 'K10M', 'AARCH64', 'AVR32', 'STM8', 'TILE64', 'TILEPRO', 'CUDA', 'TILEGX', 'CLOUDSHIELD', 'COREA_1ST', 'COREA_2ND', 'ARC_COMPACT2', 'OPEN8', 'RL78', 'VIDEOCORE5', 'ARCH_78KOR', 'ARCH_56800EX', 'BA1', 'BA2', 'XCORE', 'MCHP_PIC', 'INTEL205', 'INTEL206', 'INTEL207', 'INTEL208', 'INTEL209', 'KM32', 'KMX32', 'KMX16', 'KMX8', 'KVARC', 'CDP', 'COGE', 'COOL', 'NORC', 'CSR_KALIMBA', 'AMDGPU']

os_abi

text

Header operating system application binary interface (ABI) ['AIX', 'ARM', 'AROS', 'C6000_ELFABI', 'C6000_LINUX', 'CLOUDABI', 'FENIXOS', 'FREEBSD', 'GNU', 'HPUX', 'HURD', 'IRIX', 'MODESTO', 'NETBSD', 'NSK', 'OPENBSD', 'OPENVMS', 'SOLARIS', 'STANDALONE', 'SYSTEMV', 'TRU64']

entrypoint-address

text

Address of the entry point

number-sections

counter

Number of sections

elf-section

Object describing a section of an Executable and Linkable Format.

elf-section is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

sha384

sha384

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (384 bits)

sha256

sha256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

sha512

sha512

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (512 bits)

name

text

Name of the section

size-in-bytes

size-in-bytes

Size of the section, in bytes

ssdeep

ssdeep

Fuzzy hash using context triggered piecewise hashes (CTPH)

sha512/224

sha512/224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

flag

text

Flag of the section ['ALLOC', 'EXCLUDE', 'EXECINSTR', 'GROUP', 'HEX_GPREL', 'INFO_LINK', 'LINK_ORDER', 'MASKOS', 'MASKPROC', 'MERGE', 'MIPS_ADDR', 'MIPS_LOCAL', 'MIPS_MERGE', 'MIPS_NAMES', 'MIPS_NODUPES', 'MIPS_NOSTRIP', 'NONE', 'OS_NONCONFORMING', 'STRINGS', 'TLS', 'WRITE', 'XCORE_SHF_CP_SECTION']

type

text

Type of the section ['NULL', 'PROGBITS', 'SYMTAB', 'STRTAB', 'RELA', 'HASH', 'DYNAMIC', 'NOTE', 'NOBITS', 'REL', 'SHLIB', 'DYNSYM', 'INIT_ARRAY', 'FINI_ARRAY', 'PREINIT_ARRAY', 'GROUP', 'SYMTAB_SHNDX', 'LOOS', 'GNU_ATTRIBUTES', 'GNU_HASH', 'GNU_VERDEF', 'GNU_VERNEED', 'GNU_VERSYM', 'HIOS', 'LOPROC', 'ARM_EXIDX', 'ARM_PREEMPTMAP', 'HEX_ORDERED', 'X86_64_UNWIND', 'MIPS_REGINFO', 'MIPS_OPTIONS', 'MIPS_ABIFLAGS', 'HIPROC', 'LOUSER', 'HIUSER']

sha224

sha224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha1

sha1

[Insecure] Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (160 bits)

text

text

Free text value to attach to the section

sha512/256

sha512/256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

entropy

float

Entropy of the whole section

md5

md5

[Insecure] MD5 hash (128 bits)

email

Email object describing an email with meta-information.

email is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

to

email-dst

Destination email address

to-display-name

email-dst-display-name

Display name of the receiver

reply-to

email-reply-to

Email address the reply will be sent to

x-mailer

email-x-mailer

X-Mailer generally tells the program that was used to draft and send the original email

from

email-src

Sender email address

attachment

email-attachment

Attachment

cc

email-dst

Carbon copy

message-id

email-message-id

Message ID

mime-boundary

email-mime-boundary

MIME Boundary

send-date

datetime

Date the email has been sent

header

email-header

Full headers

return-path

text

Message return path

screenshot

attachment

Screenshot of email

subject

email-subject

Subject

from-display-name

email-src-display-name

Display name of the sender

thread-index

email-thread-index

Identifies a particular conversation thread

file

File object describing a file with meta-information.

file is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

filename

filename

Filename on disk

sha384

sha384

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (384 bits)

sha256

sha256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

sha512

sha512

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (512 bits)

md5

md5

[Insecure] MD5 hash (128 bits)

size-in-bytes

size-in-bytes

Size of the file, in bytes

ssdeep

ssdeep

Fuzzy hash using context triggered piecewise hashes (CTPH)

mimetype

text

Mime type

sha512/224

sha512/224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

pattern-in-file

pattern-in-file

Pattern that can be found in the file

tlsh

tlsh

Fuzzy hash by Trend Micro: Locality Sensitive Hash

state

text

State of the file ['Harmless', 'Signed', 'Revoked', 'Expired', 'Trusted']

authentihash

authentihash

Authenticode executable signature hash

sha224

sha224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha1

sha1

[Insecure] Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (160 bits)

text

text

Free text value to attach to the file

malware-sample

malware-sample

The file itself (binary)

entropy

float

Entropy of the whole file

sha512/256

sha512/256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

geolocation

An object to describe a geographic location..

geolocation is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

city

text

City.

first-seen

datetime

When the location was seen for the first time.

region

text

Region.

country

text

Country.

altitude

float

The altitude is the decimal value of the altitude in the World Geodetic System 84 (WGS84) reference.

longitude

float

The longitude is the decimal value of the longitude in the World Geodetic System 84 (WGS84) reference

text

text

A generic description of the location.

last-seen

datetime

When the location was seen for the last time.

latitude

float

The latitude is the decimal value of the latitude in the World Geodetic System 84 (WGS84) reference.

http-request

A single HTTP request header.

http-request is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

method

http-method

HTTP Method invoked (one of GET, POST, PUT, HEAD, DELETE, OPTIONS, CONNECT)

proxy-user

text

HTTP Proxy Username

basicauth-user

text

HTTP Basic Authentication Username

host

hostname

The domain name of the server

cookie

text

An HTTP cookie previously sent by the server with Set-Cookie

url

url

Full HTTP Request URL

basicauth-password

text

HTTP Basic Authentication Password

text

text

HTTP Request comment

proxy-password

text

HTTP Proxy Password

referer

referer

This is the address of the previous web page from which a link to the currently requested page was followed

user-agent

user-agent

The user agent string of the user agent

content-type

other

The MIME type of the body of the request

uri

uri

Request URI

ip-port

An IP address and a port seen as a tuple (or as a triple) in a specific time frame..

ip-port is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

first-seen

datetime

First time the tuple has been seen

src-port

port

Source port

dst-port

port

Destination port

text

text

Description of the tuple

last-seen

datetime

Last time the tuple has been seen

ip

ip-dst

IP Address

ja3

JA3 is a new technique for creating SSL client fingerprints that are easy to produce and can be easily shared for threat intelligence. Fingerprints are composed of Client Hello packet; SSL Version, Accepted Ciphers, List of Extensions, Elliptic Curves, and Elliptic Curve Formats. https://github.com/salesforce/ja3.

ja3 is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

ip-src

ip-src

Source IP Address

ip-dst

ip-dst

Destination IP address

description

text

Type of detected software ie software, malware

ja3-fingerprint-md5

md5

Hash identifying source

first-seen

datetime

First seen of the SSL/TLS handshake

last-seen

datetime

Last seen of the SSL/TLS handshake

macho

Object describing a file in Mach-O format..

macho is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

text

text

Free text value to attach to the Mach-O file

entrypoint-address

text

Address of the entry point

name

text

Binary’s name

number-sections

counter

Number of sections

type

text

Type of Mach-O ['BUNDLE', 'CORE', 'DSYM', 'DYLIB', 'DYLIB_STUB', 'DYLINKER', 'EXECUTE', 'FVMLIB', 'KEXT_BUNDLE', 'OBJECT', 'PRELOAD']

macho-section

Object describing a section of a file in Mach-O format..

macho-section is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

sha384

sha384

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (384 bits)

sha256

sha256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

sha512

sha512

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (512 bits)

name

text

Name of the section

size-in-bytes

size-in-bytes

Size of the section, in bytes

ssdeep

ssdeep

Fuzzy hash using context triggered piecewise hashes (CTPH)

sha512/224

sha512/224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha224

sha224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha1

sha1

[Insecure] Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (160 bits)

text

text

Free text value to attach to the section

sha512/256

sha512/256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

entropy

float

Entropy of the whole section

md5

md5

[Insecure] MD5 hash (128 bits)

microblog

Microblog post like a Twitter tweet or a post on a Facebook wall..

microblog is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

username-quoted

text

Username who are quoted into the microblog post

url

url

Original URL location of the microblog post

modification-date

datetime

Last update of the microblog post

type

text

Type of the microblog post ['Twitter', 'Facebook', 'LinkedIn', 'Reddit', 'Google+', 'Instagram', 'Forum', 'Other']

link

url

Link into the microblog post

creation-date

datetime

Initial creation of the microblog post

post

text

Raw post

username

text

Username who posted the microblog post

removal-date

datetime

When the microblog post was removed

netflow

Netflow object describes an network object based on the Netflowv5/v9 minimal definition.

netflow is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

ip-src

ip-src

IP address source of the netflow

dst-as

AS

Destination AS number for this flow

ip-dst

ip-dst

IP address destination of the netflow

ip-protocol-number

size-in-bytes

IP protocol number of this flow

protocol

text

Protocol used for this flow ['TCP', 'UDP', 'ICMP', 'IP']

flow-count

counter

Flows counted in this flow

dst-port

port

Destination port of the netflow

packet-count

counter

Packets counted in this flow

src-as

AS

Source AS number for this flow

first-packet-seen

datetime

First packet seen in this flow

ip_version

counter

IP version of this flow

last-packet-seen

datetime

Last packet seen in this flow

tcp-flags

text

TCP flags of the flow

src-port

port

Source port of the netflow

direction

text

Direction of this flow ['Ingress', 'Egress']

byte-count

counter

Bytes counted in this flow

icmp-type

text

ICMP type of the flow (if the traffic is ICMP)

passive-dns

Passive DNS records as expressed in draft-dulaunoy-dnsop-passive-dns-cof-01.

passive-dns is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

rdata

text

Resource records of the queried resource

rrtype

text

Resource Record type as seen by the passive DNS ['A', 'AAAA', 'CNAME', 'PTR', 'SOA', 'TXT', 'DNAME', 'NS', 'SRV', 'RP', 'NAPTR', 'HINFO', 'A6']

zone_time_first

datetime

First time that the unique tuple (rrname, rrtype, rdata) record has been seen via master file import

count

counter

How many authoritative DNS answers were received at the Passive DNS Server’s collectors with exactly the given set of values as answers

origin

text

Origin of the Passive DNS response

zone_time_last

datetime

Last time that the unique tuple (rrname, rrtype, rdata) record has been seen via master file import

rrname

text

Resource Record name of the queried resource

bailiwick

text

Best estimate of the apex of the zone where this data is authoritative

text

text

sensor_id

text

Sensor information where the record was seen

time_last

datetime

Last time that the unique tuple (rrname, rrtype, rdata) record has been seen by the passive DNS

time_first

datetime

First time that the unique tuple (rrname, rrtype, rdata) has been seen by the passive DNS

paste

Paste or similar post from a website allowing to share privately or publicly posts..

paste is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

paste

text

Raw text of the paste or post

first-seen

datetime

When the paste has been accessible or seen for the first time.

url

url

Link to the original source of the paste or post.

title

text

Title of the paste or post.

origin

text

Original source of the paste or post. ['pastebin.com', 'pastebin.com_pro', 'pastie.org', 'slexy.org', 'gist.github.com', 'codepad.org', 'safebin.net', 'hastebin.com', 'ghostbin.com']

last-seen

datetime

When the paste has been accessible or seen for the last time.

pe

Object describing a Portable Executable.

pe is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

imphash

imphash

Hash (md5) calculated from the import table

impfuzzy

impfuzzy

Fuzzy Hash (ssdeep) calculated from the import table

compilation-timestamp

datetime

Compilation timestamp defined in the PE header

lang-id

text

Lang ID in the resources

file-version

text

FileVersion in the resources

entrypoint-address

text

Address of the entry point

number-sections

counter

Number of sections

internal-filename

filename

InternalFilename in the resources

company-name

text

CompanyName in the resources

legal-copyright

text

LegalCopyright in the resources

product-version

text

ProductVersion in the resources

entrypoint-section-at-position

text

Name of the section and position of the section in the PE

type

text

Type of PE ['exe', 'dll', 'driver', 'unknown']

file-description

text

FileDescription in the resources

text

text

Free text value to attach to the PE

pehash

pehash

Hash of the structural information about a sample. See https://www.usenix.org/legacy/event/leet09/tech/full_papers/wicherski/wicherski_html/

original-filename

filename

OriginalFilename in the resources

product-name

text

ProductName in the resources

pe-section

Object describing a section of a Portable Executable.

pe-section is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

sha384

sha384

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (384 bits)

sha256

sha256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

sha512

sha512

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (512 bits)

name

text

Name of the section ['.rsrc', '.reloc', '.rdata', '.data', '.text']

size-in-bytes

size-in-bytes

Size of the section, in bytes

ssdeep

ssdeep

Fuzzy hash using context triggered piecewise hashes (CTPH)

sha512/224

sha512/224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha224

sha224

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (224 bits)

sha1

sha1

[Insecure] Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (160 bits)

text

text

Free text value to attach to the section

sha512/256

sha512/256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

entropy

float

Entropy of the whole section

characteristic

text

Characteristic of the section ['read', 'write', 'executable']

md5

md5

[Insecure] MD5 hash (128 bits)

person

An person which describes a person or an identity..

person is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

first-name

first-name

First name of a natural person.

passport-expiration

passport-expiration

The expiration date of a passport.

gender

gender

The gender of a natural person. ['Male', 'Female', 'Other', 'Prefer not to say']

place-of-birth

place-of-birth

Place of birth of a natural person.

last-name

last-name

Last name of a natural person.

nationality

nationality

The nationality of a natural person.

date-of-birth

date-of-birth

Date of birth of a natural person (in YYYY-MM-DD format).

redress-number

redress-number

The Redress Control Number is the record identifier for people who apply for redress through the DHS Travel Redress Inquiry Program (DHS TRIP). DHS TRIP is for travelers who have been repeatedly identified for additional screening and who want to file an inquiry to have erroneous information corrected in DHS systems.

middle-name

middle-name

Middle name of a natural person

text

text

A description of the person or identity.

passport-country

passport-country

The country in which the passport was issued.

passport-number

passport-number

The passport number of a natural person.

phone

A phone or mobile phone object which describe a phone..

phone is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

first-seen

datetime

When the phone has been accessible or seen for the first time.

last-seen

datetime

When the phone has been accessible or seen for the last time.

msisdn

text

MSISDN (pronounced as /'em es ai es di en/ or misden) is a number uniquely identifying a subscription in a GSM or a UMTS mobile network. Simply put, it is the mapping of the telephone number to the SIM card in a mobile/cellular phone. This abbreviation has a several interpretations, the most common one being Mobile Station International Subscriber Directory Number.

serial-number

text

Serial Number.

imei

text

International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) is a number, usually unique, to identify 3GPP and iDEN mobile phones, as well as some satellite phones.

guti

text

Globally Unique Temporary UE Identity (GUTI) is a temporary identification to not reveal the phone (user equipment in 3GPP jargon) composed of GUMMEI and the M-TMSI.

imsi

text

A usually unique International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) is allocated to each mobile subscriber in the GSM/UMTS/EPS system. IMSI can also refer to International Mobile Station Identity in the ITU nomenclature.

gummei

text

Globally Unique MME Identifier (GUMMEI) is composed from MCC, MNC and MME Identifier (MMEI).

text

text

A description of the phone.

tmsi

text

Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identities (TMSI) to visiting mobile subscribers can be allocated.

r2graphity

Indicators extracted from files using radare2 and graphml.

r2graphity is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

local-references

counter

Amount of API calls inside a code section

callback-average

counter

Average size of a callback

referenced-strings

counter

Amount of referenced strings

callback-largest

counter

Largest callback

total-functions

counter

Total amount of functions in the file.

ratio-string

float

Ratio: amount of referenced strings per kilobyte of code section

dangling-strings

counter

Amount of dangling strings (string with a code cross reference, that is not within a function. Radare2 failed to detect that function.)

refsglobalvar

counter

Amount of API calls outside of code section (glob var, dynamic API)

shortest-path-to-create-thread

counter

Shortest path to the first time the binary calls CreateThread

text

text

Description of the r2graphity object

ratio-api

float

Ratio: amount of API calls per kilobyte of code section

get-proc-address

counter

Amount of calls to GetProcAddress

total-api

counter

Total amount of API calls

gml

attachment

Graph export in G>raph Modelling Language format

memory-allocations

counter

Amount of memory allocations

unknown-references

counter

Amount of API calls not ending in a function (Radare2 bug, probalby)

ratio-functions

float

Ratio: amount of functions per kilobyte of code section

r2-commit-version

text

Radare2 commit ID used to generate this object

callbacks

counter

Amount of callbacks (functions started as thread)

miss-api

counter

Amount of API call reference that does not resolve to a function offset

not-referenced-strings

counter

Amount of not referenced strings

create-thread

counter

Amount of calls to CreateThread

regexp

An object describing a regular expression (regex or regexp). The object can be linked via a relationship to other attributes or objects to describe how it can be represented as a regular expression..

regexp is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

regexp

text

regexp

comment

comment

A description of the regular expression.

regexp-type

text

Type of the regular expression syntax. ['PCRE', 'PCRE2', 'POSIX BRE', 'POSIX ERE']

registry-key

Registry key object describing a Windows registry key with value and last-modified timestamp.

registry-key is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

data

reg-data

Data stored in the registry key

hive

reg-hive

Hive used to store the registry key (file on disk)

name

reg-name

Name of the registry key

data-type

reg-datatype

Registry value type ['REG_NONE', 'REG_SZ', 'REG_EXPAND_SZ', 'REG_BINARY', 'REG_DWORD', 'REG_DWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN', 'REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN', 'REG_LINK', 'REG_MULTI_SZ', 'REG_RESOURCE_LIST', 'REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR', 'REG_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_LIST', 'REG_QWORD', 'REG_QWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN']

last-modified

datetime

Last time the registry key has been modified

key

reg-key

Full key path

report

Metadata used to generate an executive level report.

report is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

summary

text

Free text summary of the report

case-number

text

Case number

rtir

RTIR - Request Tracker for Incident Response.

rtir is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

constituency

text

Constituency of the RTIR ticket

status

text

Status of the RTIR ticket ['new', 'open', 'stalled', 'resolved', 'rejected', 'deleted']

ticket-number

text

ticket-number of the RTIR ticket

classification

text

Classification of the RTIR ticket

subject

text

Subject of the RTIR ticket

ip

ip-dst

IPs automatically extracted from the RTIR ticket

queue

text

Queue of the RTIR ticket ['incident', 'investigations', 'blocks', 'incident reports']

tor-node

Tor node (which protects your privacy on the internet by hiding the connection between users Internet address and the services used by the users) description which are part of the Tor network at a time..

tor-node is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

flags

text

list of flag associated with the node.

address

ip-src

IP address of the Tor node seen.

first-seen

datetime

When the Tor node designed by the IP address has been seen for the first time.

version

text

parsed version of tor, this is None if the relay’s using a new versioning scheme.

nickname

text

router’s nickname.

published

datetime

router’s publication time. This can be different from first-seen and last-seen.

fingerprint

text

router’s fingerprint.

document

text

Raw document from the consensus.

description

text

Tor node description.

version_line

text

versioning information reported by the node.

text

text

Tor node comment.

last-seen

datetime

When the Tor node designed by the IP address has been seen for the last time.

url

url object describes an url along with its normalized field (like extracted using faup parsing library) and its metadata..

url is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

fragment

text

Fragment identifier is a short string of characters that refers to a resource that is subordinate to another, primary resource.

first-seen

datetime

First time this URL has been seen

resource_path

text

Path (between hostname:port and query)

domain_without_tld

text

Domain without Top-Level Domain

host

hostname

Full hostname

scheme

text

Scheme ['http', 'https', 'ftp', 'gopher', 'sip']

credential

text

Credential (username, password)

url

url

Full URL

domain

domain

Full domain

subdomain

text

Subdomain

query_string

text

Query (after path, preceded by '?')

text

text

Description of the URL

tld

text

Top-Level Domain

last-seen

datetime

Last time this URL has been seen

port

port

Port number

victim

Victim object describes the target of an attack or abuse..

victim is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

sectors

text

The list of sectors that the victim belong to ['agriculture', 'aerospace', 'automotive', 'communications', 'construction', 'defence', 'education', 'energy', 'engineering', 'entertainment', 'financial\xadservices', 'government\xadnational', 'government\xadregional', 'government\xadlocal', 'government\xadpublic\xadservices', 'healthcare', 'hospitality\xadleisure', 'infrastructure', 'insurance', 'manufacturing', 'mining', 'non\xadprofit', 'pharmaceuticals', 'retail', 'technology', 'telecommunications', 'transportation', 'utilities']

regions

text

The list of regions or locations from the victim targeted. ISO 3166 should be used.

name

text

The name of the victim targeted. The name can be an organisation or a group of organisations.

description

text

Description of the victim

classification

text

The type of entity being targeted. ['individual', 'group', 'organization', 'class', 'unknown']

roles

text

The list of roles targeted within the victim.

virustotal-report

VirusTotal report.

virustotal-report is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

last-submission

datetime

Last Submission

community-score

text

Community Score

permalink

link

Permalink Reference

first-submission

datetime

First Submission

detection-ratio

text

Detection Ratio

vulnerability

Vulnerability object describing common vulnerability enumeration.

vulnerability is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

modified

datetime

Last modification date

references

link

External references

published

datetime

Initial publication date

vulnerable_configuration

text

The vulnerable configuration is described in CPE format

text

text

Description of the vulnerability

summary

text

Summary of the vulnerability

id

vulnerability

Vulnerability ID (generally CVE, but not necessarely)

whois

Whois records information for a domain name..

whois is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

domain

domain

Domain of the whois entry

modification-date

datetime

Last update of the whois entry

registar

whois-registrar

Registrar of the whois entry

registrant-email

whois-registrant-email

Registrant email address

creation-date

datetime

Initial creation of the whois entry

registrant-phone

whois-registrant-phone

Registrant phone number

text

text

Full whois entry

registrant-name

whois-registrant-name

Registrant name

expiration-date

datetime

Expiration of the whois entry

x509

x509 object describing a X.509 certificate.

x509 is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

version

text

Version of the certificate

issuer

text

Issuer of the certificate

serial-number

text

Serial number of the certificate

validity-not-after

datetime

Certificate invalid after that date

x509-fingerprint-sha256

sha256

Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (256 bits)

pubkey-info-algorithm

text

Algorithm of the public key

raw-base64

text

Raw certificate base64 encoded

pubkey-info-exponent

text

Exponent of the public key

pubkey-info-modulus

text

Modulus of the public key

subject

text

Subject of the certificate

text

text

Free text description of hte certificate

pubkey-info-size

text

Length of the public key (in bits)

validity-not-before

datetime

Certificate invalid before that date

x509-fingerprint-sha1

sha1

[Insecure] Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (160 bits)

x509-fingerprint-md5

md5

[Insecure] MD5 hash (128 bits)

yabin

yabin.py generates Yara rules from function prologs, for matching and hunting binaries. ref: https://github.com/AlienVault-OTX/yabin.

yabin is a MISP object available in JSON format at this location The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.
Object attribute MISP attribute type Description Disable correlation

version

comment

yabin.py and regex.txt version used for the generation of the yara rules.

yara-hunt

yara

Wide yara rule generated from -yh.

comment

comment

A description of Yara rule generated.

whitelist

comment

Whitelist name used to generate the rules.

yara

yara

Yara rule generated from -y.

Relationships

Default type of relationships in MISP objects.

Relationships are part of MISP object and available in JSON format at this location. The JSON format can be freely reused in your application or automatically enabled in MISP.

Name of relationship Description Format

derived-from

The information in the target object is based on information from the source object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

duplicate-of

The referenced source and target objects are semantically duplicates of each other.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

related-to

The referenced source is related to the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

attributed-to

This referenced source is attributed to the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

targets

This relationship describes that the source object targets the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

uses

This relationship describes the use by the source object of the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

indicates

This relationships describes that the source object indicates the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

mitigates

This relationship describes a source object which mitigates the target object.

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

variant-of

This relationship describes a source object which is a variant of the target object

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

impersonates

This relationship describe a source object which impersonates the target object

['misp', 'stix-2.0']

authored-by

This relationship describes the author of a specific object.

['misp']

located

This relationship describes the location (of any type) of a specific object.

['misp']

included-in

This relationship describes an object included in another object.

['misp']

analysed-with

This relationship describes an object analysed by another object.

['misp']

claimed-by

This relationship describes an object claimed by another object.

['misp']

communicates-with

This relationship describes an object communicating with another object.

['misp']

dropped-by

This relationship describes an object dropped by another object.

['misp']

executed-by

This relationship describes an object executed by another object.

['misp']

affects

This relationship describes an object affected by another object.

['misp']

beacons-to

This relationship describes an object beaconing to another object.

['misp']

abuses

This relationship describes an object which abuses another object.

['misp']

exfiltrates-to

This relationship describes an object exfiltrating to another object.

['misp']

identifies

This relationship describes an object which identifies another object.

['misp']

intercepts

This relationship describes an object which intercepts another object.

['misp']

calls

This relationship describes an object which calls another objects.

['misp']

detected-as

This relationship describes an object which is detected as another object.

['misp']

triggers

This relationship describes an object which triggers another object.

['misp']

vulnerability-of

This relationship describes an object which is a vulnerability of another object.

['cert-eu']

works-like

This relationship describes an object which works like another object.

['cert-eu']

seller-of

This relationship describes an object which is selling another object.

['cert-eu']

seller-on

This relationship describes an object which is selling on another object.

['cert-eu']

trying-to-obtain-the-exploit

This relationship describes an object which is trying to obtain the exploit described by another object

['cert-eu']

used-by

This relationship describes an object which is used by another object.

['cert-eu']

affiliated

This relationship describes an object which is affiliated with another object.

['cert-eu']

alleged-founder-of

This relationship describes an object which is the alleged founder of another object.

['cert-eu']

attacking-other-group

This relationship describes an object which attacks another object.

['cert-eu']

belongs-to

This relationship describes an object which belongs to another object.

['cert-eu']

business-relations

This relationship describes an object which has business relations with another object.

['cert-eu']

claims-to-be-the-founder-of

This relationship describes an object which claims to be the founder of another object.

['cert-eu']

cooperates-with

This relationship describes an object which cooperates with another object.

['cert-eu']

former-member-of

This relationship describes an object which is a former member of another object.

['cert-eu']

successor-of

This relationship describes an object which is a successor of another object.

['cert-eu']

has-joined

This relationship describes an object which has joined another object.

['cert-eu']

member-of

This relationship describes an object which is a member of another object.

['cert-eu']

primary-member-of

This relationship describes an object which is a primary member of another object.

['cert-eu']

administrator-of

This relationship describes an object which is an administrator of another object.

['cert-eu']

is-in-relation-with

This relationship describes an object which is in relation with another object,

['cert-eu']

provide-support-to

This relationship describes an object which provides support to another object.

['cert-eu']

regional-branch

This relationship describes an object which is a regional branch of another object.

['cert-eu']

similar

This relationship describes an object which is similar to another object.

['cert-eu']

subgroup

This relationship describes an object which is a subgroup of another object.

['cert-eu']

suspected-link

This relationship describes an object which is suspected to be linked with another object.

['misp']

same-as

This relationship describes an object which is the same as another object.

['misp']

creator-of

This relationship describes an object which is the creator of another object.

['cert-eu']

developer-of

This relationship describes an object which is a developer of another object.

['cert-eu']

uses-for-recon

This relationship describes an object which uses another object for recon.

['cert-eu']

operator-of

This relationship describes an object which is an operator of another object.

['cert-eu']

overlaps

This relationship describes an object which overlaps another object.

['cert-eu']

owner-of

This relationship describes an object which owns another object.

['cert-eu']

publishes-method-for

This relationship describes an object which publishes method for another object.

['cert-eu']

recommends-use-of

This relationship describes an object which recommends the use of another object.

['cert-eu']

released-source-code

This relationship describes an object which released source code of another object.

['cert-eu']

released

This relationship describes an object which release another object.

['cert-eu']