This procedure describes how to configure incoming feeds for a particular feed data source, transport type, or content type.
For more information about configuring common options shared across all incoming feeds, see Configure incoming feeds general options.
Threat Recon JSON API
The channel provides data on compromised IP addresses, domains, as well as whois information.
Indicators with embedded observables, where each observable represents an indicator of compromise (IOC).
Retrieve and process indicators with information on compromised and malicious IP addresses, domains, as well as whois information.
Users need an API key for their own configuration. Sign up and subscribe to the service to obtain the required API key credentials.
Configure the incoming feed
Create or edit an incoming feed.
From the Transport type drop-down menu, select Threat Recon JSON API
From the Content type drop-down menu, select Threat Recon.
The API URL field is automatically filled in with the default domain for the endpoint.
You can add a proxy or set up ports according to your needs.
Default value: https://api.threatrecon.co/api/v1/search/date.
In the API key field, enter your Threat Recon API key.
Contact Threat Recon to receive an API key, and then enter it in the corresponding input field.
To store your changes, click Save; to discard them, click Cancel.
Test the feed
In the top navigation bar, click Data Configuration > Incoming feeds.
Click the feed that you just created, using the steps above.
In the Overview view, click Download now.
Click Ingested entities and check that entities have been ingested into the platform.
In the top navigation bar, click Intelligence > All intelligence > Browse.
Click the Entities tab.
In the top-left corner, click .
From the Source drop-down menu, select the incoming feed you have just created, using the steps.
You can also filter also by entity type: from the Entity drop-down menu, select the entity types you want to include in the filtered results.