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This GitHub repository supports development of content and change tracking for the OpenC2 OpenDXL transfer specification as new working draft level revisions are created and the associated CSDs mature. OpenDXL is a messaging bus which provides a standardized application framework for the sharing of information in real time.
This repository is designed to support TC members' work on a formal specification that describes the use of OpenDXL as a transfer mechanism for OpenC2 messages. The provisional Work Product title is "Specification for Transfer of OpenC2 Messages via OpenDXL, Version 1.0", edited by Duncan Sparrell (sFractal Consulting) and Scott MacGregor (McAfee). The specification explains the transfer of OpenC2 command and response messages using OpenDXL.
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