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chg: [misp-warninglist] JSON reference is now RFC 8259 - Comment from Carsten Bormann

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@@ -72,11 +72,11 @@ document are to be interpreted as described in RFC 2119 [@!RFC2119].

# Format

Warninglists are represented as a JSON [@!RFC4627] dictionary.
Warninglists are represented as a JSON [@!RFC8259] dictionary.

## Overview

The MISP warninglist format uses the JSON [@!RFC4627] format. Each warninglist is represented as a JSON object with meta information including the following fields: name, description, version, type, matching_attributes, list.
The MISP warninglist format uses the JSON [@!RFC8259] format. Each warninglist is represented as a JSON object with meta information including the following fields: name, description, version, type, matching_attributes, list.

name defines the name of the warninglist. The name is represented as a string and **MUST** be present. The description is represented as a string and **MUST** be present. The version is represented as a decimal and **MUST** be present. matching_attributes is represented as an array containing one or more values and is **RECOMMENDED**. type is represented as a string from an non exaustive list and **MUST** be present.



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