Supported Cortex XSOAR versions: 5.5.0 and later.
This integration provides TAXII Services for system indicators (Outbound feed).
Each TAXII collection in the integration is represented by a Cortex XSOAR indicator query.
The collections are defined by a JSON object in the following format:
To view the available TAXII services, visit the discovery service in one of the following options:
To access the TAXII service by instance name, make sure Instance execute external is enabled.
- In Cortex XSOAR, go to Settings > About > Troubleshooting.
- In the Server Configuration section, verify that the instance.execute.external key is set to true. If this key does not exist, click + Add Server Configuration and add the instance.execute.external and set the value to true.
To use HTTPS, a certificate and private key have to be provided in the integration configuration.
HTTP Server check box needs to be unchecked.
The integration allows the use of basic authentication in the requests. To enable basic authentication, a user and password have to be supplied in the Credentials parameters in the integration configuration.
The server will then authenticate the requests by the
Authorization header, expecting basic authentication encrypted in base64 to match the given credentials.
- If the URL address returned in the service response is wrong, you can set it in the TAXII Service URL Address integration parameter.