The Chairman of the OASIS CTI TC TAXII Subcommittee announced today that a FreeTAXII server is now available for STIX 2.1 SDOs.  Bret Jordan, who is also the Director of Cybersecurity for Symantec, has developed this tool for the CTI community to further enable adoption of the STIX2/TAXII2 ecosystem.  This version of the FreeTAXII Server is artificially limited to only support STIX 2.1 Indicators and open authentication (meaning authentication has been artificially disabled).

He included both MacOSX and Linux x64 prebuilt binaries in his release. He notes: “In order to run the FreeTAXII Server you must generate a TLS certificates as outlined in the README file in the etc/tls/ directory.”

FreeTAXII Server
FreeTAXII is a TAXII server written in Go (golang) supporting the soon to be released 2.1 version of the TAXII specification.

Binary Release:

LibSTIX2 Library
libstix2 is a library for the Go programming language (golang) that supports STIX 2.1 and TAXII 2.1.


TestLab Testing Tools for TAXII
The TestLab tools are a collection of automated tests that can be used to test a TAXII 2.1 server.


SHA1 Hashes for the binary releases of the FreeTAXII Server:
928df2a7faaff9cd774a012565b85a848b3b490f  freetaxii-0.3.1-linux64.tar.gz
c9fe4aac2c985b68cd21d73aea6c42b937e3a291  freetaxii-0.3.1-osx.tar.gz

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