In this blog we will explain how to use the functionality of Power BI to visualize your MISP data in a interactive and useful way.
In one of the smaller campaigns we monitored last month (September 2021), the threat actor inadvertently exposed Telegram credentials to their harvester. This opportunity provided us some insight into their operations; a peek behind the curtains we wanted to share.
Introduction A problem we all face when using threat intelligence data is getting rid of false positives in our data feeds. On the other hand, reporting of true positives is equally important as it allows to increase the level of trust in an indicator. This post describes how you can report false and true positives … Continue reading Report sightings from Kibana to MISP