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Subject: Re: [cti] Kinds of Sources

Would the delivery service, portal, or broker be in that list?



Bret Jordan CISSP
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Blue Coat Systems
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On Feb 4, 2016, at 10:45, Piazza, Rich <rpiazza@mitre.org> wrote:

There are many different concepts of “sources” that we seem to be talking about:
·         The creator of the STIX/CybOX object 
o   An individual/organization  (created manually via something like Soltra Edge), probably represented by an Identity object
o   Software, that creates STIX/CybOX objects automatically – no manual input
·         A similar object from outside the STIX model  (used to be external_ID in STIX 1.2) – NOT a CTI ID
·         A reference, like in a bibliography, which might be accessible via a URL – NOT a CTI object
·         An association to another type of STIX object – like CVE (assuming we represent Vulnerability as a STIX TLO)
Did I miss anything?
The original object could be the source of a translated object, but that seem better handled separately (as discussed in the recent I18N email threat).

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