MRF (or Malware REpository Framework) is a all-in-one website framework intended to be used by malware researchers or companies to store and classify the threats they are gathering from different sources (SPAM, honeypot, etc…).
This new release (V4.2) is bringing a whole lot of new features and bugfixes, including a Sample page, a comments editor and users permissions.
## Version 4.2 Sample page Using new modular installer Changed favorite filter for a checkbox Added user rights management Now comments have a WISIWIG editor Added tooltip for bulk selection and favorite Added Github project link in the sidebar Added URLs description name Fixed Signout redirection issue Fixed bug when menu wasn't showing because of too few samples Fixed overwritting of existing sample Fixed menu not showing on IE/Chrome Fixed page scrolling on Editing/Save Fixed URLs search Fixed Comment/URLs refresh when re-opening modal editors
User permissions have been added to restrict, allow, people to perform some actions like uploading files, download files, modify information, etc. Now with MRF 4.2 you can fine tune users capabilities to keep control on your repository.
The sample page has been added to display new information (currently only SHA256) regarding a sample, and to have a quick way to share a sample with your co-workers (with a link). We are also introducing a way to add more interesting features like Hex editor, PE parsing information or disassembly.
MRF V4.2 is RELEASED. Check it out, and give it a try!