Modules for expansion services, import and export in MISP http://misp.github.io/misp-modules
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import json
from ._ransomcoindb import ransomcoindb
from pymisp import MISPObject
copyright = """
Copyright 2019 (C) by Aaron Kaplan <aaron@lo-res.org>, all rights reserved.
This file is part of the ransomwarecoindDB project and licensed under the AGPL 3.0 license
"""
__version__ = 0.1
debug = False
misperrors = {'error': 'Error'}
# mispattributes = {'input': ['sha1', 'sha256', 'md5', 'btc', 'xmr', 'dash' ], 'output': ['btc', 'sha1', 'sha256', 'md5', 'freetext']}
mispattributes = {'input': ['sha1', 'sha256', 'md5', 'btc'], 'output': ['btc', 'sha1', 'sha256', 'md5', 'freetext'], 'format': 'misp_standard'}
moduleinfo = {'version': __version__, 'author': 'Aaron Kaplan', 'description': 'Module to access the ransomcoinDB (see https://ransomcoindb.concinnity-risks.com)', 'module-type': ['expansion', 'hover']}
moduleconfig = ['api-key']
def handler(q=False):
""" the main handler function which gets a JSON dict as input and returns a results dict """
if q is False:
return False
q = json.loads(q)
if "config" not in q or "api-key" not in q["config"]:
return {"error": "Ransomcoindb API key is missing"}
api_key = q["config"]["api-key"]
r = {"results": []}
""" the "q" query coming in should look something like this:
{'config': {'api-key': '<api key here>'},
'md5': 'md5 or sha1 or sha256 or btc',
'module': 'ransomcoindb',
'persistent': 1}
"""
attribute = q['attribute']
answer = ransomcoindb.get_data_by('BTC', attribute['type'], attribute['value'], api_key)
""" The results data type should be:
r = { 'results': [ {'types': 'md5', 'values': [ a list of all md5s or all binaries related to this btc address ] } ] }
"""
if attribute['type'] in ['md5', 'sha1', 'sha256']:
r['results'].append({'types': 'btc', 'values': [a['btc'] for a in answer]})
elif attribute['type'] == 'btc':
# better: create a MISP object
files = []
for a in answer:
obj = MISPObject('file')
obj.add_attribute('md5', a['md5'])
obj.add_attribute('sha1', a['sha1'])
obj.add_attribute('sha256', a['sha256'])
files.append(obj)
r['results'] = {'Object': [json.loads(f.to_json()) for f in files]}
return r
def introspection():
return mispattributes
def version():
moduleinfo['config'] = moduleconfig
return moduleinfo