The Chefs behind TheHive Project’s delicious code are happy to announce the availability of Mellifera 2 (TheHive v2.11.2), the scalable, free and open source Security Incident Response Platform. This minor version fixes two irking issues related to MISP and adds a few enhancements detailed below.
#220: alerts related to MISP events are not properly updated.
#221: in some edge cases, alerts related to MISP events are created with no attribute.
#188: display the case severity in the My tasks and the Waiting tasks pages to let analysts prioritize their work.
#218: show the description of an alert in the alerting panel.
#224: visually distinguish between analyzed and non-analyzed observables.
Download & Get Down to Work
If you have an existing TheHive installation, please follow the new migration guide.
If you are performing a fresh installation, read the installation guide corresponding to your needs and enjoy. Please note that you can install TheHive using an RPM or DEB package, deploy it using an Ansible script, use Docker, install it from a binary or build it from sources.
We are glad to announce a new version of your favorite observable analysis engine which corrects bugs introduced by version 1.1.1 and adds a few enhancements. As a reminder, TheHive, our Security Incident Response Platform, can interact with one or several Cortex instances. Moreover, starting from version 1.1.1, Cortex has a two-way integration with MISP.
We highly advise you to upgrade your Cortex in to instance to 1.1.2.
#27: fixed the daunting error 500 that many users of TheHive encountered when a job is submitted to Cortex.
#29: the MISP expansion modules are now disabled by default to avoid another error 500.
#31: the web interface was displaying SNAPSHOT (oops!) for the Cortex version. It now displays the correct version.
#28: when you enable the MISP expansion modules, Cortex will not be slowed down and starts without delay.
To update your current Cortex installation, follow the instructions of the installation guide. Before doing so, you may want to save the job reports that were not executed via TheHive. Cortex 1 has no persistence and restarting the service will wipe out any existing reports.
Please note that you can install Cortex using an RPM or DEB package, deploy it using an Ansible script, use Docker, install it from a binary or build it from sources.