Adding support for more input types, including multi-types

Golbark 3 years ago
parent b79636ccfa
commit 500f0301a9
  1. 114

@ -14,7 +14,8 @@ except ImportError:
misperrors = {'error': 'Error'}
moduleconfig = ['api_id', 'api_secret']
mispattributes = {'input': ['ip-src', 'ip-dst', 'domain', 'x509-fingerprint-md5', 'x509-fingerprint-sha1', 'x509-fingerprint-sha256'], 'format': 'misp_standard'}
mispattributes = {'input': ['ip-src', 'ip-dst', 'domain', 'hostname', 'hostname|port', 'domain|ip', 'ip-dst|port', 'ip-src|port',
'x509-fingerprint-md5', 'x509-fingerprint-sha1', 'x509-fingerprint-sha256'], 'format': 'misp_standard'}
moduleinfo = {'version': '0.1', 'author': 'Loïc Fortemps',
'description': ' expansion module', 'module-type': ['expansion', 'hover']}
@ -43,27 +44,53 @@ def handler(q=False):
attribute = MISPAttribute()
if attribute.type == 'ip-dst' or attribute.type == 'ip-src':
conn = censys.ipv4.CensysIPv4(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret)
elif attribute.type == 'domain':
conn = censys.websites.CensysWebsites(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret)
elif 'x509-fingerprint' in attribute.type:
conn = censys.certificates.CensysCertificates(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret)
# Lists to accomodate multi-types attribute
conn = list()
types = list()
values = list()
results = list()
if "|" in attribute.type:
t_1, t_2 = attribute.type.split('|')
v_1, v_2 = attribute.value.split('|')
# We cannot use the port information
if t_2 == "port":
types = [t_1, t_2]
values = [v_1, v_2]
return False
for t in types:
# ip, ip-src or ip-dst
if t[:2] == "ip":
conn.append(censys.ipv4.CensysIPv4(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret))
elif t == 'domain' or t == "hostname":
conn.append(censys.websites.CensysWebsites(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret))
elif 'x509-fingerprint' in t:
conn.append(censys.certificates.CensysCertificates(api_id=api_id, api_secret=api_secret))
found = True
for c in conn:
val = values.pop(0)
r = c.view(val)
results.append(parse_response(r, attribute))
found = True
except censys.base.CensysNotFoundException:
found = False
except Exception:
misperrors['error'] = "Connection issue"
return misperrors
result = conn.view(attribute.value)
except censys.base.CensysNotFoundException:
if not found:
misperrors['error'] = "Nothing could be found on Censys"
return misperrors
except Exception:
misperrors['error'] = "Connection issue"
return misperrors
r = {'results': parse_response(result, attribute)}
return r
return {'results': remove_duplicates(results)}
def parse_response(censys_output, attribute):
@ -102,7 +129,7 @@ def parse_response(censys_output, attribute):
if 'ssh' in censys_output[k]:
cert = censys_output[k]['ssh']['v2']['server_host_key']
# To enable once the type is merged
# TODO enable once the type is merged
# misp_event.add_attribute(type='hasshserver-sha256', value=cert['fingerprint_sha256'])
except KeyError:
@ -118,9 +145,11 @@ def parse_response(censys_output, attribute):
loc = censys_output['location']
loc_obj.add_attribute('latitude', value=loc['latitude'])
loc_obj.add_attribute('longitude', value=loc['longitude'])
loc_obj.add_attribute('city', value=loc['city'])
if 'city' in loc:
loc_obj.add_attribute('city', value=loc['city'])
loc_obj.add_attribute('country', value=loc['country'])
loc_obj.add_attribute('zipcode', value=loc['postal_code'])
if 'postal_code' in loc:
loc_obj.add_attribute('zipcode', value=loc['postal_code'])
if 'province' in loc:
loc_obj.add_attribute('region', value=loc['province'])
loc_obj.add_reference(attribute.uuid, 'associated-to')
@ -130,6 +159,51 @@ def parse_response(censys_output, attribute):
return {'Object': event['Object'], 'Attribute': event['Attribute']}
# In case of multiple enrichment (ip and domain), we need to filter out similar objects
# TODO: make it more granular
def remove_duplicates(results):
# Only one enrichment was performed so no duplicate
if len(results) == 1:
return results[0]
elif len(results) == 2:
final_result = results[0]
obj_l2 = results[1]['Object']
for o2 in obj_l2:
if o2['name'] == "asn":
key = "asn"
elif o2['name'] == "ip-port":
key = "ip"
elif o2['name'] == "x509":
key = "x509-fingerprint-sha256"
elif o2['name'] == "geolocation":
key = "latitude"
if not check_if_present(o2, key, final_result['Object']):
return final_result
return []
def check_if_present(object, attribute_name, list_objects):
Assert if a given object is present in the list.
This function check if object (json format) is present in list_objects
using attribute_name for the matching
for o in list_objects:
if o['name'] == object['name']:
for attr in object['Attribute']:
if attr['type'] == attribute_name:
value = attr['value']
for attr2 in o['Attribute']:
if attr['type'] == attribute_name and attr['value'] == value:
return True
return False
def get_certificate_object(cert, attribute):
parsed = cert['parsed']
cert_object = MISPObject('x509')