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Microsoft shared signature data of covid-19 network attack threat

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/5/16 12:00:39     readed:491

Despite the efforts of many industries to fight the covid-19 epidemic, there are still some immoral attackers fishing in troubled waters. The good news is that Microsoft has decided to share threat signature data related to covid-19 attacks. To protect businesses and individual users from threats, Microsoft aggregates numerous cues across cloud, personal nodes, applications, and email. As an open source project, the signature data is designed to help the industry improve its ability to identify and respond to such attacks.


Microsoft's threat intelligence team hopes to increase transparency in response to threats and benefit the wider security community, and calls for more businesses to be involved, as efforts are being made to help protect customers and guard against malicious actors COVID-19 the epidemic.

Developers can access shared data through Azure Sentinel GitHub and Microsoft Graph Security API. Those that use MISP store threat data also have flexibility to use MISP feed.

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