From the ThreatStream Interface, go to Settings -> Integrations. Search for GreyNoise and select the Install option.
Once Installed, Click the Setup Up Button, then click "I have already registered".
Enter a GreyNoise API Key and enter an API Type (enter either "enterprise" or "community", then press the Activate button
If the activation is successful, ThreatStream will display a Green success notification. If there are any issues, please contact [email protected]
Community API Type with Invalid Key
When configuring the integration, if an API type of "community" is entered, the API key will not be validated. Rather, if the API is not valid, the integration will revert to doing unauthenticated lookups via the Community API.
Once the GreyNoise enrichment is enabled, ThreatStream will automatically query the GreyNoise Context API and provide results for all public IPv4 observables. If the IP address is part of the GreyNoise dataset, the details will be displayed:
If an IP is found in the GreyNoise RIOT data set, ThreatStream will provide the following information:
If an IP is found in the GreyNoise NOISE and RIOT datasets, ThreatStream will provide the following information:
If an IP is not found in the GreyNoise data set, ThreatStream will provide an indicator that this is the case:
The GreyNoise Community API returns a subset of information. When an IP is found in the GreyNoise community API, it will display as:
To query an IP in GreyNoise from the canvas, right-click on an IPv4 address, then select the "Search IP" action from the GreyNoise enrichments menu:
The enrichment will add additional tags and other information to the canvas, based on the response from GreyNoise and if the Enterprise or Community API is being used:
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