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The purpose of this public GitHub repository is to support development and maintenance of assets associated with chartered TC "Taxii 2" deliverables within the OASIS CTI Technical Committee. This TAXII repository may contain official specification documents along with wikis and issues relating to the official specifications.
TAXII is an application layer protocol for the communication of cyber threat information in a simple and scalable manner. The TAXII specification defines the TAXII RESTful API and its resources along with the requirements for TAXII Client and Server implementations.
TAXII is specifically designed to support the exchange of CTI represented in STIX (Structured Threat Information Expression). As such, the examples and some features in the specification are intended to align with STIX. This does not mean TAXII cannot be used to share data in other formats. It is designed for STIX, but is not limited to STIX.
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