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Cortex 3.0.0 to 3.0.1 Upgrade

By Adrian on January 25, 2020

Cortex 3.0.1: The better logging edition has been released now. I am quite surprised that the developers were able to release a point upgrade out while they are working on the new major release of TheHive but I welcome it as it brings a number of fixes and enhancements which you can read about on TheHive project Blog. Some of the bug fixes will make my life easier as some logging issues have been corrected which will make testing and developing responders for Cortex less painful.

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Welcome to 2020

By Adrian on January 22, 2020

Well what a write off of a year so far. Over the Xmas break, I wasn’t able to get in as many hikes as I would like due to the terrible fires we have had over the last few months. Given the air quality has been rated as hazardous, I’ve erred on the side of caution, not wanting to fill my lungs with it. I was however able to write up the 3 that I did.

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TheHive + Cortex automated build with Vagrant

By Adrian on January 17, 2020

I’ve blogged quite a bit about TheHive and Cortex to date, so much so that the wonderful people over at TheHive-project have added this blog onto the Blogs & Articles section of TheHive’s curated Awesome List. Its seems The more I write, the more I realise how much more there is to write about this stacks ability and feature set. Throughout the course of the last year, I wrote a 12 part series about standing up TheHive, MISP and Cortex detailing my experiences in how to install, integrate and upgrade each of them.

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Mt Riddell

By Adrian on January 12, 2020

For the last 4 years on New Years day, I like to start the year off right, get up nice and early and take a drive out to Healesville to hike up Mt Riddell. Not sure how, why or when I decided that this was going to be a tradition, but I’d completed it a few times in the past and its kinda stuck now. New Years Day 2020 wasn’t going to stop that.

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