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Our content is free to use by any user or organization, commercial or private. We only ask that when you detect new threats in your environment or write new rules suitable for public release that you share that intelligence with the community at large. We update these rulesets as new information surfaces (usually several times a day 7 days a week) and highly recommend you update at least twice a week to stay up to date. Daily is your best bet.
Emerging Threats has been in operation under several names for over 5 years. We were formed originally as Bleeding Snort, but had to remove Snort from our name several years later when Sourcefire went public. We then became Bleeding Threats. That project had to be abandoned and is defunct unfortunately because of some possible license conflicts that appeared to be arising, so the entire ruleset was moved here, to Emerging Threats. In 2008 we received grant funding from the Army Research Office and the National Science Foundation to continue this project and research.
Emerging Threats exists because of the contributions of intelligence and signatures by the community. We are grateful for our grant funding from the National Science Foundation and the Army Research Office. We give great thanks to those organizations for their support!
You can download our rulesets here, view our Documentation Wiki, or browse some of the other excellent projects that have found a home here.
We exist because of the community. These are your rules!
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