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ThreatExchange Overview

Most threat intelligence solutions suffer because the data is too hard to standardize and verify. Facebook created the ThreatExchange platform so that participating organizations can share threat data using a convenient, structured, and easy-to-use API that provides privacy controls to enable sharing with only desired groups. You can apply for the beta today!

Getting Started

Learn how ThreatExchange is structured and walk through some steps to get started.

API Structure

Learn how the ThreatExchange API makes use of the Graph API and try a few calls to get started.

Best Practices

Make the most effective use of the API by following these tips.

Reference Code on GitHub

Use freely available libraries in Javascript, PHP, Python and Ruby to speed-up your integration and development.

ThreatExchange API

Your one stop shop for ThreatExchange resources.

API Reference

Full documentation for all of the ThreatExchange APIs.

Privacy Controls

Understand the ways you control who sees the data you publish.

Re-sharing Controls

Understand how to permit re-sharing of your data.

Submitting Data

Learn how to submit your data.

Submitting Connections

Learn how to create connections between pieces of data to express relationships.

Editing Data

Learn how to edit your data.

Deleting Data

Learn how to delete your data.

Further Reading

Look here for anything else you may be missing.

Terms and Conditions

The complete terms and conditions for ThreatExchange.

Changelog

See how the ThreatExchange API has changed.