If you’re an Anomali customer, you probably received the following email this past week:
If you didn’t receive it, you might check your Spam folder.
On its own, this is not a big deal. Things change. Products get deprecated. But, in the bigger picture, there’s a ton of Microsoft Sentinel customers that use these free feeds. In fact, we’ve recommended them through our Docs and a blog post. And to be honest, I use the heck out of these feeds…
So, this makes the news extra sad, but I wanted to give everyone a heads-up and thank my colleague, Andrew Blumhardt, for letting me know about it. Just like many of you, I also missed the message.
I’m sure there’s some organizational reason why Anomali wants to detach itself from maintaining these feeds.
If you’re like me and use these feeds for Microsoft Sentinel demos, consider querying the ThreatIntelligenceIndicator table for the Limo feeds and exporting the results to save them for later for when the active feed dries up.
ThreatIntelligenceIndicator | where SourceSystem contains "Limo"
You can then use our new functionality to import flat files into ThreatIntelligence and reuse the continually stale indicators.
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