Threat Intelligence for Humans

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Welcome to Cybercure Python SDK documentation. he pyrthon SDK allows quick and easy access to cybercure API cyber threat intelligence data.

Feel free to read the documentation and if you have improvements in mind, please let us know.

SDK Calls

Cyber Cure expose several calls for use with api.

  • get_hash_indicators() - Allows to receive Hash indicators that are known to be currently spreading in the wild.
  • get_ip_indictors() - Allows to receive list of ip addresses that are currently attacking.
  • get_url_indicators() - Allows to receive list of URLs that are used by malware.
  • search() - Allows to search for specific indicators

several parameters can be specified for the different calls, for example, the requested output to be returned. The examples folder contains several examples to show how the API can be used to gather the intelligence and spread to different targets, for example sending by CEF format using syslog or saving the output as STIX.


The easiest way to install cybercure python library is by using pip:

pip install cybercure

Code example

>>> import cybercure
>>> active_blocked_ip = cybercure.get_ip_indicators(output_type)
>>> print ("Okay.. I got %s records, now showing them:" % active_blocked_ip['count'])
>>> for threat in active_blocked_ip['data']['ip']:
>>>         print "Are you blocking %s ?" % threat

Make sure to checkout complete and updated documentation at:

cybercure documentaion

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