Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Collective Intelligence Framework for the public

After installing my first CIF server my interest for it has grow exponentially. I now find myself attempting to find more and more feeds to aggregate. My only wish was that of a public instance so I took it upon myself to create one. Hence http://www.josehelps.com/p/feeds.html

The public instance is currently aggregating information from the providers list on that page. I will add more as I come across them or they become available. If you have data that could benefit the security community and are capable/interested in sharing it please contact me up and I will gladly assist in adding it to our feeds.

I will be moving the server this service is on pretty soon to EC2, I will make a post before I do so. Also if you install the perl client and want to query a list of IPs/Domains, run the following command:

for i in `cat input.txt`; do cif -Sq $i; cif-output.txt; done

input.txt = file with domains/ips
cif-output.txt = results

If you want to take the server for a whirl fill out the form in the feeds tab and wait for me to send you an API key. You can find me in irc channel #cif on freenode.net, or you can simply email me [email protected] if you have any questions.

Also if you are interest in installing your own server I highly recommend you use the EC2 instructions that Wes Young has added to the collective intelligence framework project site. created.