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Any opinions on free TI feeds?? (Threat Intelligence)

Seeing lots of free Threat Intelligence feeds out there. Anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks in advance

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Bad Harvest OSI would be my recommendation.  Combines quite a few sources for some pretty good threat intel.  A simple python script, couple of rules and active lists and you can be up and running in no time.  The readme that comes with the script pretty much tells you exactly how to set it up.

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Check the licenses when you decide to use feeds also; IIRC not all of them are open to commercial users.

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It's not mature yet, but if you don't mind a few "unintentional features", take a look at this...

https://code.google.com/p/collective-intelligence-framework/

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Thanks to all for your responses!

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CIF is a little advanced to start off with. It's a great resource, but I wouldn't start with it.

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If you'd like to consider a complete Threat Intelligence Management solution (which covers multiple open source and pay-per-use feeds), check out ThreatStream's OPTIC.

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Abuse.ch

Emerging Threats

Malware Patrol

Also iDefense offers the TI feed, but it is not free.

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