September 8, 2022
From The Product Team
IMPORTANT: TIC Score "Time Decay" Removal
This release of scoutPRIME includes a very exciting enhancement which greatly improves the accuracy of the Threat Indicator Confidence (TIC) Score. Temporarily, however, you may experience TIC score increases for your collections and network elements (IPs, FQDNs, CIDRs, and ASNs).
The rise in TIC scores is due to the removal of "time decay" processes. Previously, with time decay, the severity of TIC scoreswould drop if a feed stopped reporting malicious data over time. This will no longer be the case and TIC scores will only decrease when risk associations are removed due to age.
With this enhancement, TIC score changes will be most noticeable in the first 24 to 72 hours after the upgrade, and as a result, you may also experience a surge of TIC-related notification emails. Please keep in mind that scores will adjust over time and be more precise as the system ingests data.
We want to thank you for the feedback you've provided us with in the past to improve the accuracy of the TIC score. We hope that this improvement will allow you to better understand and assess the associated risks of your collections and other data.
Design and Functionality Improvements to the Element Details "View All" Page
On the Element Details page, when you click on DNS History's View All button, you will notice design and functionality improvements on the page listing the records, including:
Ability to select all items on the table
Ability to export items to .csv file format
Ability to add table items to a new or existing collection
Click here for more details.
Bug Fixes & Past Release Features
Feature Name, Enhancement, or Bug Fix
General bug fixes.
General bug fixes
Bug Number and Date
You may experience two "Points To" columns in FQDN details page.
We hope to fix this in the next release.
scoutPRIME does not support Unicode
Unable to view more than 1 million elements in Elements History
Past Release Notes