The key is Automation

Isn’t it sad to have a lot of data and not use it because it’s too much work? Thanks to MISP you can store your IOCs in a structured manner, and thus enjoy the correlation, automated exports for IDS, or SIEM, in STIX or OpenIOC and synchronize to other MISPs. You can now leverage the value of your data without effort and in an automated manner. Check out MISP features.

Simplify Threats

The primary goal of MISP is to be used. This is why simplicity is the driving force behind the project. Storing and especially using information about threats and malware should not be difficult. MISP is there to help you get the maximum out of your data without unmanageable complexity.

By giving you will receive

Sharing is key to fast and effective detection of attacks. Quite often similar organizations are targeted by the same Threat Actor, in the same or different Campaign. MISP will make it easier for you to share with, but also to receive from trusted partners and trust-groups. Sharing also enabled collaborative analysis and prevents you from doing the work someone else already did before.
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Threat Intelligence

Threat Intelligence is much more than Indicators of Compromise. This is why MISP provides metadata tagging, feeds, visualization and even allows you to integrate with other tools for further analysis thanks to its open protocols and data formats.

Visualization

Having access to a large amount of Threat information through MISP Threat Sharing communities gives you outstanding opportunities to aggregate this information and take the process of trying to understand how all this data fits together telling a broader story to the next level. We are transforming technical data or indicators of compromise (IOCs) into cyber threat intelligence. MISP comes with many visualization options helping analysts find the answers they are looking for.

Open & Free

The MISP Threat Sharing ecosystem is all about accessibility and interoperability: The software is free to use, data format and API are completely open standards and for support you can rely on community and professional services.

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Initiatives

The MISP Threat Sharing project consists of multiple initiatives, from software to facilitate threat analysis and sharing to freely usable structured Cyber Threat Information and Taxonomies.

Do you want to join a community?

MISP is an open source software and it is also a large community of MISP users creating, maintaining and operating communities of users or organizations sharing information about threats or cyber security indicators worldwide.

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From our blog

In addition to the news stories below, check out the press, events, hackathon, MISP Summit pages and full news archive.

MISP 2.4.193 released with many bugs fixed, API improvements and security fixes

on June 7, 2024

MISP 2.4.193 released with many bugs fixed, API improvements and security fixes New [attributes/enrich] endpoint added. Simply post a list of modules you wish to enrich the attribute by.

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MISP 2.4.192 released with many performance improvement, fixes and updates.

on May 7, 2024

New Features Security Enhancements: Ability to disable TOTP/HTOTP when linked to an identity provider with strong authentication. Introduced Fast API Authentication with temporary storage of hashed API keys in Redis to enhance endpoint performance.

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MISP 2.4.190 (and 2.4.191) released with new feed improvement, workflows and a new benchmarking suite.

on April 22, 2024

We are excited to announce the release of MISP v2.4.190. This latest version introduces a slew of new features, improvements, and fixes designed to streamline operations and enhance security measures for our users.

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Using your MISP IoCs in Kunai (the open source EDR for Linux)

on April 19, 2024

Using your MISP IoCs in Kunai Kunai is an open-source security monitoring tool, specifically designed to address the threat-hunting and threat-detection problematic on Linux.

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