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# MISP modules
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MISP modules are autonomous modules that can be used for expansion and other services in [MISP](https://github.com/MISP/MISP).
The modules are written in Python 3 following a simple API interface. The objective is to ease the extensions of MISP functionalities
without modifying core components. The API is available via a simple REST API which is independent from MISP installation or configuration.
MISP modules support is included in MISP starting from version 2.4.28.
For more information: [Extending MISP with Python modules](https://www.misp-project.org/misp-training/3.1-misp-modules.pdf) slides from MISP training.
## Existing MISP modules
### Expansion modules
* [apiosintDS](misp_modules/modules/expansion/apiosintds.py) - a hover and expansion module to query the OSINT.digitalside.it API.
* [API Void](misp_modules/modules/expansion/apivoid.py) - an expansion and hover module to query API Void with a domain attribute.
* [AssemblyLine submit](misp_modules/modules/expansion/assemblyline_submit.py) - an expansion module to submit samples and urls to AssemblyLine.
* [AssemblyLine query](misp_modules/modules/expansion/assemblyline_query.py) - an expansion module to query AssemblyLine and parse the full submission report.
* [Backscatter.io](misp_modules/modules/expansion/backscatter_io.py) - a hover and expansion module to expand an IP address with mass-scanning observations.
* [BGP Ranking](misp_modules/modules/expansion/bgpranking.py) - a hover and expansion module to expand an AS number with the ASN description, its history, and position in BGP Ranking.
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* [RansomcoinDB check](misp_modules/modules/expansion/ransomcoindb.py) - An expansion hover module to query the [ransomcoinDB](https://ransomcoindb.concinnity-risks.com): it contains mapping between BTC addresses and malware hashes. Enrich MISP by querying for BTC -> hash or hash -> BTC addresses.
* [BTC scam check](misp_modules/modules/expansion/btc_scam_check.py) - An expansion hover module to instantly check if a BTC address has been abused.
* [BTC transactions](misp_modules/modules/expansion/btc_steroids.py) - An expansion hover module to get a blockchain balance and the transactions from a BTC address in MISP.
* [Censys-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/censys_enrich.py) - An expansion and module to retrieve information from censys.io about a particular IP or certificate.
* [CIRCL Passive DNS](misp_modules/modules/expansion/circl_passivedns.py) - a hover and expansion module to expand hostname and IP addresses with passive DNS information.
* [CIRCL Passive SSL](misp_modules/modules/expansion/circl_passivessl.py) - a hover and expansion module to expand IP addresses with the X.509 certificate(s) seen.
* [countrycode](misp_modules/modules/expansion/countrycode.py) - a hover module to tell you what country a URL belongs to.
* [CrowdStrike Falcon](misp_modules/modules/expansion/crowdstrike_falcon.py) - an expansion module to expand using CrowdStrike Falcon Intel Indicator API.
* [CVE](misp_modules/modules/expansion/cve.py) - a hover module to give more information about a vulnerability (CVE).
* [CVE advanced](misp_modules/modules/expansion/cve_advanced.py) - An expansion module to query the CIRCL CVE search API for more information about a vulnerability (CVE).
* [Cuckoo submit](misp_modules/modules/expansion/cuckoo_submit.py) - A hover module to submit malware sample, url, attachment, domain to Cuckoo Sandbox.
* [Cytomic Orion](misp_modules/modules/expansion/cytomic_orion.py) - An expansion module to enrich attributes in MISP and share indicators of compromise with Cytomic Orion.
* [DBL Spamhaus](misp_modules/modules/expansion/dbl_spamhaus.py) - a hover module to check Spamhaus DBL for a domain name.
* [DNS](misp_modules/modules/expansion/dns.py) - a simple module to resolve MISP attributes like hostname and domain to expand IP addresses attributes.
* [docx-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/docx_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get text out of Word document into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [DomainTools](misp_modules/modules/expansion/domaintools.py) - a hover and expansion module to get information from [DomainTools](http://www.domaintools.com/) whois.
* [EQL](misp_modules/modules/expansion/eql.py) - an expansion module to generate event query language (EQL) from an attribute. [Event Query Language](https://eql.readthedocs.io/en/latest/)
* [EUPI](misp_modules/modules/expansion/eupi.py) - a hover and expansion module to get information about an URL from the [Phishing Initiative project](https://phishing-initiative.eu/?lang=en).
* [Farsight DNSDB Passive DNS](misp_modules/modules/expansion/farsight_passivedns.py) - a hover and expansion module to expand hostname and IP addresses with passive DNS information.
* [GeoIP](misp_modules/modules/expansion/geoip_country.py) - a hover and expansion module to get GeoIP information from geolite/maxmind.
* [GeoIP_City](misp_modules/modules/expansion/geoip_city.py) - a hover and expansion module to get GeoIP City information from geolite/maxmind.
* [GeoIP_ASN](misp_modules/modules/expansion/geoip_asn.py) - a hover and expansion module to get GeoIP ASN information from geolite/maxmind.
* [Greynoise](misp_modules/modules/expansion/greynoise.py) - a hover to get information from greynoise.
* [hashdd](misp_modules/modules/expansion/hashdd.py) - a hover module to check file hashes against [hashdd.com](http://www.hashdd.com) including NSLR dataset.
* [hibp](misp_modules/modules/expansion/hibp.py) - a hover module to lookup against Have I Been Pwned?
* [intel471](misp_modules/modules/expansion/intel471.py) - an expansion module to get info from [Intel471](https://intel471.com).
* [IPASN](misp_modules/modules/expansion/ipasn.py) - a hover and expansion to get the BGP ASN of an IP address.
* [iprep](misp_modules/modules/expansion/iprep.py) - an expansion module to get IP reputation from packetmail.net.
* [Joe Sandbox submit](misp_modules/modules/expansion/joesandbox_submit.py) - Submit files and URLs to Joe Sandbox.
* [Joe Sandbox query](misp_modules/modules/expansion/joesandbox_query.py) - Query Joe Sandbox with the link of an analysis and get the parsed data.
* [Lastline submit](misp_modules/modules/expansion/lastline_submit.py) - Submit files and URLs to Lastline.
* [Lastline query](misp_modules/modules/expansion/lastline_query.py) - Query Lastline with the link to an analysis and parse the report.
* [macaddress.io](misp_modules/modules/expansion/macaddress_io.py) - a hover module to retrieve vendor details and other information regarding a given MAC address or an OUI from [MAC address Vendor Lookup](https://macaddress.io). See [integration tutorial here](https://macaddress.io/integrations/MISP-module).
* [macvendors](misp_modules/modules/expansion/macvendors.py) - a hover module to retrieve mac vendor information.
* [MALWAREbazaar](misp_modules/modules/expansion/malwarebazaar.py) - an expansion module to query MALWAREbazaar with some payload.
* [ocr-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/ocr_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get OCRized data from images into MISP.
* [ods-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/ods_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get text out of OpenOffice spreadsheet document into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [odt-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/odt_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get text out of OpenOffice document into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [onyphe](misp_modules/modules/expansion/onyphe.py) - a modules to process queries on Onyphe.
* [onyphe_full](misp_modules/modules/expansion/onyphe_full.py) - a modules to process full queries on Onyphe.
* [OTX](misp_modules/modules/expansion/otx.py) - an expansion module for [OTX](https://otx.alienvault.com/).
* [passivetotal](misp_modules/modules/expansion/passivetotal.py) - a [passivetotal](https://www.passivetotal.org/) module that queries a number of different PassiveTotal datasets.
* [pdf-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/pdf_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to extract text from PDF into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [pptx-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/pptx_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get text out of PowerPoint document into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [qrcode](misp_modules/modules/expansion/qrcode.py) - a module decode QR code, barcode and similar codes from an image and enrich with the decoded values.
* [rbl](misp_modules/modules/expansion/rbl.py) - a module to get RBL (Real-Time Blackhost List) values from an attribute.
* [recordedfuture](misp_modules/modules/expansion/recordedfuture.py) - a hover and expansion module for enriching MISP attributes with threat intelligence from Recorded Future.
* [reversedns](misp_modules/modules/expansion/reversedns.py) - Simple Reverse DNS expansion service to resolve reverse DNS from MISP attributes.
* [securitytrails](misp_modules/modules/expansion/securitytrails.py) - an expansion module for [securitytrails](https://securitytrails.com/).
* [shodan](misp_modules/modules/expansion/shodan.py) - a minimal [shodan](https://www.shodan.io/) expansion module.
* [Sigma queries](misp_modules/modules/expansion/sigma_queries.py) - Experimental expansion module querying a sigma rule to convert it into all the available SIEM signatures.
* [Sigma syntax validator](misp_modules/modules/expansion/sigma_syntax_validator.py) - Sigma syntax validator.
* [SophosLabs Intelix](misp_modules/modules/expansion/sophoslabs_intelix.py) - SophosLabs Intelix is an API for Threat Intelligence and Analysis (free tier availible). [SophosLabs](https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07SLZPMCS)
* [sourcecache](misp_modules/modules/expansion/sourcecache.py) - a module to cache a specific link from a MISP instance.
* [STIX2 pattern syntax validator](misp_modules/modules/expansion/stix2_pattern_syntax_validator.py) - a module to check a STIX2 pattern syntax.
* [ThreatCrowd](misp_modules/modules/expansion/threatcrowd.py) - an expansion module for [ThreatCrowd](https://www.threatcrowd.org/).
* [threatminer](misp_modules/modules/expansion/threatminer.py) - an expansion module to expand from [ThreatMiner](https://www.threatminer.org/).
* [urlhaus](misp_modules/modules/expansion/urlhaus.py) - Query urlhaus to get additional data about a domain, hash, hostname, ip or url.
* [urlscan](misp_modules/modules/expansion/urlscan.py) - an expansion module to query [urlscan.io](https://urlscan.io).
* [virustotal](misp_modules/modules/expansion/virustotal.py) - an expansion module to query the [VirusTotal](https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home) API with a high request rate limit required. (More details about the API: [here](https://developers.virustotal.com/reference))
* [virustotal_public](misp_modules/modules/expansion/virustotal_public.py) - an expansion module to query the [VirusTotal](https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home) API with a public key and a low request rate limit. (More details about the API: [here](https://developers.virustotal.com/reference))
* [VMray](misp_modules/modules/expansion/vmray_submit.py) - a module to submit a sample to VMray.
* [VulnDB](misp_modules/modules/expansion/vulndb.py) - a module to query [VulnDB](https://www.riskbasedsecurity.com/).
* [Vulners](misp_modules/modules/expansion/vulners.py) - an expansion module to expand information about CVEs using Vulners API.
* [whois](misp_modules/modules/expansion/whois.py) - a module to query a local instance of [uwhois](https://github.com/rafiot/uwhoisd).
* [wikidata](misp_modules/modules/expansion/wiki.py) - a [wikidata](https://www.wikidata.org) expansion module.
* [xforce](misp_modules/modules/expansion/xforceexchange.py) - an IBM X-Force Exchange expansion module.
* [xlsx-enrich](misp_modules/modules/expansion/xlsx_enrich.py) - an enrichment module to get text out of an Excel document into MISP (using free-text parser).
* [YARA query](misp_modules/modules/expansion/yara_query.py) - a module to create YARA rules from single hash attributes.
* [YARA syntax validator](misp_modules/modules/expansion/yara_syntax_validator.py) - YARA syntax validator.
### Export modules
* [CEF](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/cef_export.py) - module to export Common Event Format (CEF).
* [Cisco FireSight Manager ACL rule](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/cisco_firesight_manager_ACL_rule_export.py) - module to export as rule for the Cisco FireSight manager ACL.
* [GoAML export](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/goamlexport.py) - module to export in [GoAML format](http://goaml.unodc.org/goaml/en/index.html).
* [Lite Export](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/liteexport.py) - module to export a lite event.
* [PDF export](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/pdfexport.py) - module to export an event in PDF.
* [Mass EQL Export](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/mass_eql_export.py) - module to export applicable attributes from an event to a mass EQL query.
* [Nexthink query format](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/nexthinkexport.py) - module to export in Nexthink query format.
* [osquery](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/osqueryexport.py) - module to export in [osquery](https://osquery.io/) query format.
* [ThreatConnect](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/threat_connect_export.py) - module to export in ThreatConnect CSV format.
* [ThreatStream](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/threatStream_misp_export.py) - module to export in ThreatStream format.
* [VirusTotal Graph](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/vt_graph.py) - Module to create a VirusTotal graph out of an event.
### Import modules
* [CSV import](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/csvimport.py) - Customizable CSV import module.
* [Cuckoo JSON](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/cuckooimport.py) - Cuckoo JSON import.
* [Email Import](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/email_import.py) - Email import module for MISP to import basic metadata.
* [GoAML import](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/goamlimport.py) - Module to import [GoAML](http://goaml.unodc.org/goaml/en/index.html) XML format.
* [Joe Sandbox import](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/joe_import.py) - Parse data from a Joe Sandbox json report.
* [Lastline import](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/lastline_import.py) - Module to import Lastline analysis reports.
* [OCR](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/ocr.py) - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) module for MISP to import attributes from images, scan or faxes.
* [OpenIOC](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/openiocimport.py) - OpenIOC import based on PyMISP library.
* [ThreatAnalyzer](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/threatanalyzer_import.py) - An import module to process ThreatAnalyzer archive.zip/analysis.json sandbox exports.
* [VMRay](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/vmray_import.py) - An import module to process VMRay export.
## How to install and start MISP modules in a Python virtualenv? (recommended)
~~~~bash
sudo apt-get install python3-dev python3-pip libpq5 libjpeg-dev tesseract-ocr libpoppler-cpp-dev imagemagick virtualenv libopencv-dev zbar-tools libzbar0 libzbar-dev libfuzzy-dev build-essential -y
sudo -u www-data virtualenv -p python3 /var/www/MISP/venv
cd /usr/local/src/
chown -R www-data .
sudo git clone https://github.com/MISP/misp-modules.git
cd misp-modules
sudo -u www-data /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/pip install -I -r REQUIREMENTS
sudo -u www-data /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/pip install .
# Start misp-modules as a service
sudo cp etc/systemd/system/misp-modules.service /etc/systemd/system/
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl enable --now misp-modules
/var/www/MISP/venv/bin/misp-modules -l 127.0.0.1 -s & #to start the modules
~~~~
## How to install and start MISP modules on RHEL-based distributions ?
As of this writing, the official RHEL repositories only contain Ruby 2.0.0 and Ruby 2.1 or higher is required. As such, this guide installs Ruby 2.2 from the [SCL](https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_software_collections/3/html/3.2_release_notes/chap-installation#sect-Installation-Subscribe) repository.
~~~~bash
sudo yum install rh-ruby22
sudo yum install openjpeg-devel
sudo yum install rubygem-rouge rubygem-asciidoctor zbar-devel opencv-devel gcc-c++ pkgconfig poppler-cpp-devel python-devel redhat-rpm-config
cd /var/www/MISP
git clone https://github.com/MISP/misp-modules.git
cd misp-modules
sudo -u apache /usr/bin/scl enable rh-python36 "virtualenv -p python3 /var/www/MISP/venv"
sudo -u apache /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/pip install -U -I -r REQUIREMENTS
sudo -u apache /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/pip install -U .
~~~~
Create the service file /etc/systemd/system/misp-modules.service :
~~~~
echo "[Unit]
Description=MISP's modules
After=misp-workers.service
[Service]
Type=simple
User=apache
Group=apache
ExecStart=/usr/bin/scl enable rh-python36 rh-ruby22 '/var/www/MISP/venv/bin/misp-modules –l 127.0.0.1 –s'
Restart=always
RestartSec=10
[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target" | sudo tee /etc/systemd/system/misp-modules.service
~~~~
The `After=misp-workers.service` must be changed or removed if you have not created a misp-workers service.
Then, enable the misp-modules service and start it:
~~~~bash
systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl enable --now misp-modules
~~~~
## How to add your own MISP modules?
Create your module in [misp_modules/modules/expansion/](misp_modules/modules/expansion/), [misp_modules/modules/export_mod/](misp_modules/modules/export_mod/), or [misp_modules/modules/import_mod/](misp_modules/modules/import_mod/). The module should have at minimum three functions:
* **introspection** function that returns a dict of the supported attributes (input and output) by your expansion module.
* **handler** function which accepts a JSON document to expand the values and return a dictionary of the expanded values.
* **version** function that returns a dict with the version and the associated meta-data including potential configurations required of the module.
Don't forget to return an error key and value if an error is raised to propagate it to the MISP user-interface.
Your module's script name should also be added in the `__all__` list of `<module type folder>/__init__.py` in order for it to be loaded.
~~~python
...
# Checking for required value
if not request.get('ip-src'):
# Return an error message
return {'error': "A source IP is required"}
...
~~~
### introspection
The function that returns a dict of the supported attributes (input and output) by your expansion module.
~~~python
mispattributes = {'input': ['link', 'url'],
'output': ['attachment', 'malware-sample']}
def introspection():
return mispattributes
~~~
### version
The function that returns a dict with the version and the associated meta-data including potential configurations required of the module.
### Additional Configuration Values
If your module requires additional configuration (to be exposed via the MISP user-interface), you can define those in the moduleconfig value returned by the version function.
~~~python
# config fields that your code expects from the site admin
moduleconfig = ["apikey", "event_limit"]
def version():
moduleinfo['config'] = moduleconfig
return moduleinfo
~~~
When you do this a config array is added to the meta-data output containing all the potential configuration values:
~~~
"meta": {
"description": "PassiveTotal expansion service to expand values with multiple Passive DNS sources",
"config": [
"username",
"password"
],
"module-type": [
"expansion",
"hover"
],
...
~~~
If you want to use the configuration values set in the web interface they are stored in the key `config` in the JSON object passed to the handler.
~~~
def handler(q=False):
# Check if we were given a configuration
config = q.get("config", {})
# Find out if there is a username field
username = config.get("username", None)
~~~
### handler
The function which accepts a JSON document to expand the values and return a dictionary of the expanded values.
~~~python
def handler(q=False):
"Fully functional rot-13 encoder"
if q is False:
return False
request = json.loads(q)
src = request.get('ip-src')
if src is None:
# Return an error message
return {'error': "A source IP is required"}
else:
return {'results':
codecs.encode(src, "rot-13")}
~~~
#### export module
For an export module, the `request["data"]` object corresponds to a list of events (dictionaries) to handle.
Iterating over events attributes is performed using their `Attribute` key.
~~~python
...
for event in request["data"]:
for attribute in event["Attribute"]:
# do stuff w/ attribute['type'], attribute['value'], ...
...
### Returning Binary Data
If you want to return a file or other data you need to add a data attribute.
~~~python
{"results": {"values": "filename.txt",
"types": "attachment",
"data" : base64.b64encode(<ByteIO>) # base64 encode your data first
"comment": "This is an attachment"}}
~~~
If the binary file is malware you can use 'malware-sample' as the type. If you do this the malware sample will be automatically zipped and password protected ('infected') after being uploaded.
~~~python
{"results": {"values": "filename.txt",
"types": "malware-sample",
"data" : base64.b64encode(<ByteIO>) # base64 encode your data first
"comment": "This is an attachment"}}
~~~
[To learn more about how data attributes are processed you can read the processing code here.](https://github.com/MISP/PyMISP/blob/4f230c9299ad9d2d1c851148c629b61a94f3f117/pymisp/mispevent.py#L185-L200)
### Module type
A MISP module can be of four types:
- **expansion** - service related to an attribute that can be used to extend and update an existing event.
- **hover** - service related to an attribute to provide additional information to the users without updating the event.
- **import** - service related to importing and parsing an external object that can be used to extend an existing event.
- **export** - service related to exporting an object, event, or data.
module-type is an array where the list of supported types can be added.
## Testing your modules?
MISP uses the **modules** function to discover the available MISP modules and their supported MISP attributes:
~~~
% curl -s http://127.0.0.1:6666/modules | jq .
[
{
"name": "passivetotal",
"type": "expansion",
"mispattributes": {
"input": [
"hostname",
"domain",
"ip-src",
"ip-dst"
],
"output": [
"ip-src",
"ip-dst",
"hostname",
"domain"
]
},
"meta": {
"description": "PassiveTotal expansion service to expand values with multiple Passive DNS sources",
"config": [
"username",
"password"
],
"author": "Alexandre Dulaunoy",
"version": "0.1"
}
},
{
"name": "sourcecache",
"type": "expansion",
"mispattributes": {
"input": [
"link"
],
"output": [
"link"
]
},
"meta": {
"description": "Module to cache web pages of analysis reports, OSINT sources. The module returns a link of the cached page.",
"author": "Alexandre Dulaunoy",
"version": "0.1"
}
},
{
"name": "dns",
"type": "expansion",
"mispattributes": {
"input": [
"hostname",
"domain"
],
"output": [
"ip-src",
"ip-dst"
]
},
"meta": {
"description": "Simple DNS expansion service to resolve IP address from MISP attributes",
"author": "Alexandre Dulaunoy",
"version": "0.1"
}
}
]
~~~
The MISP module service returns the available modules in a JSON array containing each module name along with their supported input attributes.
Based on this information, a query can be built in a JSON format and saved as body.json:
~~~json
{
"hostname": "www.foo.be",
"module": "dns"
}
~~~
Then you can POST this JSON format query towards the MISP object server:
~~~bash
curl -s http://127.0.0.1:6666/query -H "Content-Type: application/json" --data @body.json -X POST
~~~
The module should output the following JSON:
~~~json
{
"results": [
{
"types": [
"ip-src",
"ip-dst"
],
"values": [
"188.65.217.78"
]
}
]
}
~~~
It is also possible to restrict the category options of the resolved attributes by passing a list of categories along (optional):
~~~json
{
"results": [
{
"types": [
"ip-src",
"ip-dst"
],
"values": [
"188.65.217.78"
],
"categories": [
"Network activity",
"Payload delivery"
]
}
]
}
~~~
For both the type and the category lists, the first item in the list will be the default setting on the interface.
### Enable your module in the web interface
For a module to be activated in the MISP web interface it must be enabled in the "Plugin Settings.
Go to "Administration > Server Settings" in the top menu
- Go to "Plugin Settings" in the top "tab menu bar"
- Click on the name of the type of module you have created to expand the list of plugins to show your module.
- Find the name of your plugin's "enabled" value in the Setting Column.
"Plugin.[MODULE NAME]_enabled"
- Double click on its "Value" column
~~~
Priority Setting Value Description Error Message
Recommended Plugin.Import_ocr_enabled false Enable or disable the ocr module. Value not set.
~~~
- Use the drop-down to set the enabled value to 'true'
~~~
Priority Setting Value Description Error Message
Recommended Plugin.Import_ocr_enabled true Enable or disable the ocr module. Value not set.
~~~
### Set any other required settings for your module
In this same menu set any other plugin settings that are required for testing.
## Install misp-module on an offline instance.
First, you need to grab all necessary packages for example like this :
Use pip wheel to create an archive
~~~
mkdir misp-modules-offline
pip3 wheel -r REQUIREMENTS shodan --wheel-dir=./misp-modules-offline
tar -cjvf misp-module-bundeled.tar.bz2 ./misp-modules-offline/*
~~~
On offline machine :
~~~
mkdir misp-modules-bundle
tar xvf misp-module-bundeled.tar.bz2 -C misp-modules-bundle
cd misp-modules-bundle
ls -1|while read line; do sudo pip3 install --force-reinstall --ignore-installed --upgrade --no-index --no-deps ${line};done
~~~
Next you can follow standard install procedure.
## How to contribute your own module?
Fork the project, add your module, test it and make a pull-request. Modules can be also private as you can add a module in your own MISP installation.
## Tips for developers creating modules
Download a pre-built virtual image from the [MISP training materials](https://www.circl.lu/services/misp-training-materials/).
- Create a Host-Only adapter in VirtualBox
- Set your Misp OVA to that Host-Only adapter
- Start the virtual machine
- Get the IP address of the virtual machine
- SSH into the machine (Login info on training page)
- Go into the misp-modules directory
~~~bash
cd /usr/local/src/misp-modules
~~~
Set the git repo to your fork and checkout your development branch. If you SSH'ed in as the misp user you will have to use sudo.
~~~bash
sudo git remote set-url origin https://github.com/YourRepo/misp-modules.git
sudo git pull
sudo git checkout MyModBranch
~~~
Remove the contents of the build directory and re-install misp-modules.
~~~bash
sudo rm -fr build/*
sudo -u www-data /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/pip install --upgrade .
~~~
SSH in with a different terminal and run `misp-modules` with debugging enabled.
~~~bash
# In case misp-modules is not a service do:
# sudo killall misp-modules
sudo systemctl disable --now misp-modules
sudo -u www-data /var/www/MISP/venv/bin/misp-modules -d
~~~
In your original terminal you can now run your tests manually and see any errors that arrive
~~~bash
cd tests/
curl -s http://127.0.0.1:6666/query -H "Content-Type: application/json" --data @MY_TEST_FILE.json -X POST
cd ../
~~~
## Documentation
In order to provide documentation about some modules that require specific input / output / configuration, the [doc](doc) directory contains detailed information about the general purpose, requirements, features, input and ouput of each of these modules:
- ***description** - quick description of the general purpose of the module, as the one given by the moduleinfo
- **requirements** - special libraries needed to make the module work
- **features** - description of the way to use the module, with the required MISP features to make the module give the intended result
- **references** - link(s) giving additional information about the format concerned in the module
- **input** - description of the format of data used in input
- **output** - description of the format given as the result of the module execution