MAEC Github Repository is Live

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MAEC Github Repository is Live

Kirillov, Ivan A.

All,

 

I’m happy to announce that the MAEC Tools Github repository, https://github.com/MAECProject/Tools, is now live! At the moment we have the latest set of Python bindings for MAEC v2.1 and CybOX v1.0 draft, along with the corresponding latest version of the Anubis (http://anubis.iseclab.org) to MAEC translator.  In the future we plan to add additional dynamic analysis engine translators (GFI Sandbox, FireEye, ThreatExpert) as well as additional tools such as a MAEC to HTML converter.

 

We’re also interested in hearing the community’s thoughts on MAEC tools, so if anyone has any particular requests or suggestions, we’d love to hear them.

 

Regards,

Ivan

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RE: MAEC Github Repository is Live

Kirillov, Ivan A.

Since the MAEC/CybOX bindings are a bit obtuse, I’ve began adding some example code snippets to the Wiki over on the Github site. Right now there’s one for creating MAEC content, and one for parsing MAEC content. If anyone has any particular requests with regards to such examples, please let us know and we’ll do our best to post them on the Wiki.

 

https://github.com/MAECProject/Tools/wiki

 

Regards,

Ivan

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Kirillov, Ivan A.
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 1:15 PM
To: maec-discussion-list Malware Attribute Enumeration Discussion
Subject: MAEC Github Repository is Live

 

All,

 

I’m happy to announce that the MAEC Tools Github repository, https://github.com/MAECProject/Tools, is now live! At the moment we have the latest set of Python bindings for MAEC v2.1 and CybOX v1.0 draft, along with the corresponding latest version of the Anubis (http://anubis.iseclab.org) to MAEC translator.  In the future we plan to add additional dynamic analysis engine translators (GFI Sandbox, FireEye, ThreatExpert) as well as additional tools such as a MAEC to HTML converter.

 

We’re also interested in hearing the community’s thoughts on MAEC tools, so if anyone has any particular requests or suggestions, we’d love to hear them.

 

Regards,

Ivan

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RE: MAEC Github Repository is Live

Kirillov, Ivan A.

Another Github update – I just wanted to let you know that I just pushed the existing set of MAEC scripts, including the ThreatExpert -> MAEC translator, MAEC -> OVAL translator, MAEC XML -> HTML transform, and MAEC comparator script contributed by Blake Hartstein. All of these utilities are currently only compatible with MAEC v1.1, but we plan on updating them v2.1 in the near future (if anyone else wants to take a stab at this, that’s also welcome!).

 

Regards,

Ivan

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Kirillov, Ivan A.
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 1:53 PM
To: maec-discussion-list Malware Attribute Enumeration Discussion
Subject: RE: MAEC Github Repository is Live

 

Since the MAEC/CybOX bindings are a bit obtuse, I’ve began adding some example code snippets to the Wiki over on the Github site. Right now there’s one for creating MAEC content, and one for parsing MAEC content. If anyone has any particular requests with regards to such examples, please let us know and we’ll do our best to post them on the Wiki.

 

https://github.com/MAECProject/Tools/wiki

 

Regards,

Ivan

 

From: [hidden email] [hidden email] On Behalf Of Kirillov, Ivan A.
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 1:15 PM
To: maec-discussion-list Malware Attribute Enumeration Discussion
Subject: MAEC Github Repository is Live

 

All,

 

I’m happy to announce that the MAEC Tools Github repository, https://github.com/MAECProject/Tools, is now live! At the moment we have the latest set of Python bindings for MAEC v2.1 and CybOX v1.0 draft, along with the corresponding latest version of the Anubis (http://anubis.iseclab.org) to MAEC translator.  In the future we plan to add additional dynamic analysis engine translators (GFI Sandbox, FireEye, ThreatExpert) as well as additional tools such as a MAEC to HTML converter.

 

We’re also interested in hearing the community’s thoughts on MAEC tools, so if anyone has any particular requests or suggestions, we’d love to hear them.

 

Regards,

Ivan