Amazon Security Lake

Collect logs from Amazon Security Lake with Elastic Agent.

Version
1.2.0 (View all)
Compatible Kibana version(s)
8.12.0 or higher
Supported Serverless project types

Security
Observability
Subscription level
Basic
Level of support
Elastic

This Amazon Security Lake integration helps you analyze security data, so you can get a more complete understanding of your security posture across the entire organization. With Security Lake, you can also improve the protection of your workloads, applications, and data.

Security Lake automates the collection of security-related log and event data from integrated AWS services and third-party services. It also helps you manage the lifecycle of data with customizable retention and replication settings. Security Lake converts ingested data into Apache Parquet format and a standard open-source schema called the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF). With OCSF support, Security Lake normalizes and combines security data from AWS and a broad range of enterprise security data sources.

The Amazon Security Lake integration can be used in two different modes to collect data:

  • AWS S3 polling mode: Amazon Security Lake writes data to S3, and Elastic Agent polls the S3 bucket by listing its contents and reading new files.
  • AWS S3 SQS mode: Amazon Security Lake writes data to S3, S3 sends a notification of a new object to SQS, the Elastic Agent receives the notification from SQS, and then reads the S3 object. Multiple agents can be used in this mode.

Compatibility

This module follows the latest OCSF Schema Version v1.0.0.

Data streams

The Amazon Security Lake integration collects logs from both Third-party services and AWS services in an event data stream.

NOTE:

Requirements

  • Elastic Agent must be installed.
  • Elastic Agent is required to stream data from Amazon Security Lake and ship the data to Elastic, where the events will then be processed via the integration's ingest pipelines.

Setup

To collect data from Amazon Security Lake follow the below steps:

  1. To enable and start Amazon Security Lake, follow the steps mentioned here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/security-lake/latest/userguide/getting-started.html.
  2. After creating data lake, follow below steps to create a data subscribers to consume data.
    • Open the Security Lake console.
    • By using the AWS Region selector in the upper-right corner of the page, select the Region where you want to create the subscriber.
    • In the navigation pane, choose Subscribers.
    • On the Subscribers page, choose Create subscriber.
    • For Subscriber details, enter Subscriber name and an optional Description.
    • For Log and event sources, choose which sources the subscriber is authorized to consume.
    • For Data access method, choose S3 to set up data access for the subscriber.
    • For Subscriber credentials, provide the subscriber's AWS account ID and external ID.
    • For Notification details, select SQS queue.
    • Choose Create.
  3. Above mentioned steps will create and provide required details such as IAM roles/AWS role ID, external id and queue url to configure AWS Security Lake Integration.

Enabling the integration in Elastic:

  1. In Kibana go to Management > Integrations.

  2. In "Search for integrations" search bar, type Amazon Security Lake.

  3. Click on the "Amazon Security Lake" integration from the search results.

  4. Click on the Add Amazon Security Lake Integration button to add the integration.

  5. By default collect logs via S3 Bucket toggle will be off and collect logs for AWS SQS.

  6. While adding the integration, if you want to collect logs via AWS SQS, then you have to put the following details:

    • queue url
    • collect logs via S3 Bucket toggled off
    • role ARN
    • external id

    or if you want to collect logs via AWS S3, then you have to put the following details:

    • bucket arn
    • collect logs via S3 Bucket toggled on
    • role ARN
    • external id

NOTE:

  • There are other input combination options available, please check here.
  • Metrics are not part of the Amazon Security Lake integration.
  • Events are included in the Amazon Security Lake integration.
  • Service checks are not incorporated into the Amazon Security Lake integration.
  • To troubleshoot, ensure that the IAM role in your AWS account has the correct permissions.

Logs reference

Event

This is the Event dataset.

Example

Exported fields

FieldDescriptionType
@timestamp
Event timestamp.
date
data_stream.dataset
Data stream dataset.
constant_keyword
data_stream.namespace
Data stream namespace.
constant_keyword
data_stream.type
Data stream type.
constant_keyword
event.dataset
Event dataset.
constant_keyword
event.module
Event module.
constant_keyword
input.type
Type of filebeat input.
keyword
log.offset
Log offset.
long
ocsf.access_mask
The access mask in a platform-native format.
long
ocsf.activity_id
The normalized identifier of the activity that triggered the event.
keyword
ocsf.activity_name
The event activity name, as defined by the activity_id.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.decision
Authorization Result/outcome, e.g. allowed, denied.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.desc
The description of the policy.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.group.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.group.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.group.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.group.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.group.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.name
The policy name. For example: IAM Policy.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.uid
A unique identifier of the policy instance.
keyword
ocsf.actor.authorizations.policy.version
The policy version number.
keyword
ocsf.actor.idp.name
The name of the identity provider.
keyword
ocsf.actor.idp.uid
The unique identifier of the identity provider.
keyword
ocsf.actor.invoked_by
The name of the service that invoked the activity as described in the event.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.auid
The audit user assigned at login by the audit subsystem.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.cmd_line
The full command line used to launch an application, service, process, or job.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.hash.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.hash.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.hash.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.image.labels
The image labels.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.image.name
The image name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.image.path
The full path to the image file.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.image.tag
The tag used by the container. It can indicate version, format, OS.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.image.uid
The unique image ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.name
The container name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.network_driver
The network driver used by the container. For example, bridge, overlay, host, none, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.orchestrator
The orchestrator managing the container, such as ECS, EKS, K8s, or OpenShift.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.pod_uuid
The unique identifier of the pod (or equivalent) that the container is executing on.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.runtime
The backend running the container, such as containerd or cri-o.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.size
The size of the container image.
long
ocsf.actor.process.container.tag
The tag used by the container. It can indicate version, format, OS.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.container.uid
The full container unique identifier for this instantiation of the container.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.created_time
The time when the process was created/started.
date
ocsf.actor.process.created_time_dt
The time when the process was created/started.
date
ocsf.actor.process.egid
The effective group under which this process is running.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.euid
The effective user under which this process is running.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.actor.process.file.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.name
The name of the city.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.file.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.email_addr
The image name. For example: elixir.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.full_name
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.type
The event occurred on a personal device.The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.actor.process.file.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.file.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.actor.process.group.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.group.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.group.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.group.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.group.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.integrity
The process integrity level, normalized to the caption of the direction_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source (Windows only).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.integrity_id
The normalized identifier of the process integrity level (Windows only).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.lineage
The lineage of the process, represented by a list of paths for each ancestor process. For example: ['/usr/sbin/sshd', '/usr/bin/bash', '/usr/bin/whoami'].
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.loaded_modules
The list of loaded module names.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.name
The friendly name of the process, for example: Notepad++.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.namespace_pid
If running under a process namespace (such as in a container), the process identifier within that process namespace.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.auid
The audit user assigned at login by the audit subsystem.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.cmd_line
The full command line used to launch an application, service, process, or job.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.hash.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.hash.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.hash.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.image.labels
The image labels.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.image.name
The image name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.image.path
The full path to the image file.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.image.tag
The tag used by the container. It can indicate version, format, OS.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.image.uid
The unique image ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.name
The container name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.network_driver
The network driver used by the container. For example, bridge, overlay, host, none, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.orchestrator
The orchestrator managing the container, such as ECS, EKS, K8s, or OpenShift.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.pod_uuid
The unique identifier of the pod (or equivalent) that the container is executing on.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.runtime
The backend running the container, such as containerd or cri-o.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.size
The size of the container image.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.tag
The tag used by the container. It can indicate version, format, OS.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.container.uid
The full container unique identifier for this instantiation of the container.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.created_time
The time when the process was created/started.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.created_time_dt
The time when the process was created/started.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.egid
The effective group under which this process is running.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.euid
The effective user under which this process is running.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.name
The name of the city.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.email_addr
The image name. For example: elixir.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.full_name
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.type
The event occurred on a personal device.The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.file.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.group.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.group.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.group.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.group.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.group.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.integrity
The process integrity level, normalized to the caption of the direction_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source (Windows only).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.integrity_id
The normalized identifier of the process integrity level (Windows only).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.lineage
The lineage of the process, represented by a list of paths for each ancestor process. For example: ['/usr/sbin/sshd', '/usr/bin/bash', '/usr/bin/whoami'].
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.loaded_modules
The list of loaded module names.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.name
The friendly name of the process, for example: Notepad++.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.namespace_pid
If running under a process namespace (such as in a container), the process identifier within that process namespace.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.parent_process
The parent process of this process object. It is recommended to only populate this field for the first process object, to prevent deep nesting.
flattened
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.parent_process_keyword
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.pid
The process identifier, as reported by the operating system. Process ID (PID) is a number used by the operating system to uniquely identify an active process.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.sandbox
The name of the containment jail (i.e., sandbox). For example, hardened_ps, high_security_ps, oracle_ps, netsvcs_ps, or default_ps.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.created_time
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.created_time_dt
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.expiration_time
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.expiration_time_dt
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.is_remote
The indication of whether the session is remote.
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.issuer
The identifier of the session issuer.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.mfa
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.uid
The unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.session.uuid
The universally unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.terminated_time
The time when the process was terminated.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.terminated_time_dt
The time when the process was terminated.
date
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.tid
The Identifier of the thread associated with the event, as returned by the operating system.
long
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.uid
A unique identifier for this process assigned by the producer (tool). Facilitates correlation of a process event with other events for that process.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.user.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.parent_process.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs that represent a process extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.actor.process.pid
The process identifier, as reported by the operating system. Process ID (PID) is a number used by the operating system to uniquely identify an active process.
long
ocsf.actor.process.sandbox
The name of the containment jail (i.e., sandbox). For example, hardened_ps, high_security_ps, oracle_ps, netsvcs_ps, or default_ps.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.session.created_time
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.session.created_time_dt
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.process.session.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.session.expiration_time
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.process.session.expiration_time_dt
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.process.session.is_remote
The indication of whether the session is remote.
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.session.issuer
The identifier of the session issuer.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.session.mfa
boolean
ocsf.actor.process.session.uid
The unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.session.uuid
The universally unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.terminated_time
The time when the process was terminated.
date
ocsf.actor.process.terminated_time_dt
The time when the process was terminated.
date
ocsf.actor.process.tid
The Identifier of the thread associated with the event, as returned by the operating system.
long
ocsf.actor.process.uid
A unique identifier for this process assigned by the producer (tool). Facilitates correlation of a process event with other events for that process.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.user.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.process.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs that represent a process extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.actor.session.created_time
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.session.created_time_dt
The time when the session was created.
date
ocsf.actor.session.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.session.expiration_time
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.session.expiration_time_dt
The session expiration time.
date
ocsf.actor.session.is_remote
The indication of whether the session is remote.
boolean
ocsf.actor.session.issuer
The identifier of the session issuer.
keyword
ocsf.actor.session.mfa
boolean
ocsf.actor.session.uid
The unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.session.uuid
The universally unique identifier of the session.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.actor.user.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.actual_permissions
The permissions that were granted to the in a platform-native format.
long
ocsf.analytic.category
The analytic category.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.desc
The description of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.name
The name of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.category
The analytic category.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.desc
The description of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.name
The name of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.related_analytics
flattened
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.type
The analytic type.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.type_id
The analytic type ID.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.uid
The unique identifier of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.related_analytics.version
The analytic version. For example: 1.1.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.type
The analytic type.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.type_id
The analytic type ID.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.uid
The unique identifier of the analytic that generated the finding.
keyword
ocsf.analytic.version
The analytic version. For example: 1.1.
keyword
ocsf.answers.class
The class of DNS data contained in this resource record. See RFC1035. For example: IN.
keyword
ocsf.answers.flag_ids
The list of DNS answer header flag IDs.
keyword
ocsf.answers.flags
The list of DNS answer header flags.
keyword
ocsf.answers.packet_uid
The DNS packet identifier assigned by the program that generated the query. The identifier is copied to the response.
keyword
ocsf.answers.rdata
The data describing the DNS resource. The meaning of this data depends on the type and class of the resource record.
keyword
ocsf.answers.ttl
The time interval that the resource record may be cached. Zero value means that the resource record can only be used for the transaction in progress, and should not be cached.
long
ocsf.answers.type
The type of data contained in this resource record. See RFC1035. For example: CNAME.
keyword
ocsf.api.operation
Verb/Operation associated with the request.
keyword
ocsf.api.request.flags
The list of communication flags, normalized to the captions of the flag_ids values. In the case of 'Other', they are defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.api.request.uid
The unique request identifier.
keyword
ocsf.api.response.code
The numeric response sent to a request.
long
ocsf.api.response.error
Error Code.
keyword
ocsf.api.response.error_message
Error Message.
keyword
ocsf.api.response.flags
The list of communication flags, normalized to the captions of the flag_ids values. In the case of 'Other', they are defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.api.response.message
The description of the event, as defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.api.service.labels
The list of labels associated with the service.
keyword
ocsf.api.service.name
The name of the service.
keyword
ocsf.api.service.uid
The unique identifier of the service.
keyword
ocsf.api.service.version
The version of the service.
keyword
ocsf.api.version
The version of the API service.
keyword
ocsf.app.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.app.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.app.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.app.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1.
keyword
ocsf.app.name
The CIS benchmark name.
keyword
ocsf.app.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.app.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.app.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.app.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.app.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.app_name
The name of the application that is associated with the event or object.
keyword
ocsf.attacks.tactics.name
The tactic name that is associated with the attack technique, as defined by ATT&CK MatrixTM.
keyword
ocsf.attacks.tactics.uid
The tactic ID that is associated with the attack technique, as defined by ATT&CK MatrixTM.
keyword
ocsf.attacks.technique.name
The name of the attack technique, as defined by ATT&CK MatrixTM. For example: Drive-by Compromise.
keyword
ocsf.attacks.technique.uid
The unique identifier of the attack technique, as defined by ATT&CK MatrixTM. For example: T1189.
keyword
ocsf.attacks.version
The ATT&CK Matrix version.
keyword
ocsf.attempt
The attempt number for attempting to deliver the email.
long
ocsf.auth_protocol
The authentication protocol as defined by the caption of 'auth_protocol_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.auth_protocol_id
The normalized identifier of the authentication protocol used to create the user session.
keyword
ocsf.banner
The initial SMTP connection response that a messaging server receives after it connects to a email server.
keyword
ocsf.base_address
The memory address that was access or requested.
keyword
ocsf.capabilities
A list of RDP capabilities.
keyword
ocsf.category_name
The event category name, as defined by category_uid value: Identity & Access Management.
keyword
ocsf.category_uid
The category unique identifier of the event.3 Identity & Access ManagementIdentity & Access Management (IAM) events relate to the supervision of the system's authentication and access control model. Examples of such events are the success or failure of authentication, granting of authority, password change, entity change, privileged use etc.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.certificate_chain
The list of observed certificates in an RDP TLS connection.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.desc
The CIS benchmark description.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.name
The CIS benchmark name.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.remediation.desc
The description of the remediation strategy.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.remediation.kb_articles
The KB article/s related to the entity.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.category
The rule category.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.desc
The description of the rule that generated the event.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.name
The name of the rule that generated the event.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.type
The rule type.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.uid
The unique identifier of the rule that generated the event.
keyword
ocsf.cis_benchmark_result.rule.version
The rule version.
keyword
ocsf.cis_csc.control
The CIS critical security control.
keyword
ocsf.cis_csc.version
The CIS critical security control version.
keyword
ocsf.class_name
The event class name, as defined by class_uid value: Security Finding.
keyword
ocsf.class_uid
The unique identifier of a class. A Class describes the attributes available in an event.2001 Security FindingSecurity Finding events describe findings, detections, anomalies, alerts and/or actions performed by security products.
keyword
ocsf.client_dialects
The list of SMB dialects that the client speaks.
keyword
ocsf.client_hassh.algorithm
The concatenation of key exchange, encryption, authentication and compression algorithms (separated by ';'). NOTE: This is not the underlying algorithm for the hash implementation.
keyword
ocsf.client_hassh.fingerprint.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.client_hassh.fingerprint.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.client_hassh.fingerprint.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.cloud.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.cloud.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.project_uid
The unique identifier of a Cloud project.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.provider
The unique name of the Cloud services provider, such as AWS, MS Azure, GCP, etc.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.region
The name of the cloud region, as defined by the cloud provider.
keyword
ocsf.cloud.zone
The availability zone in the cloud region, as defined by the cloud provider.
keyword
ocsf.codes
The list of return codes to the FTP command.
long
ocsf.command
The command name.
keyword
ocsf.command_responses
The list of responses to the FTP command.
keyword
ocsf.comment
The user provided comment about why the entity was changed.
keyword
ocsf.compliance.requirements
A list of applicable compliance requirements for which this finding is related to.
keyword
ocsf.compliance.status
The event status, normalized to the caption of the status_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.compliance.status_detail
The status details contains additional information about the event outcome.
keyword
ocsf.component
The name or relative pathname of a sub-component of the data object, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.confidence
The confidence, normalized to the caption of the confidence_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.confidence_id
The normalized confidence refers to the accuracy of the rule that created the finding. A rule with a low confidence means that the finding scope is wide and may create finding reports that may not be malicious in nature.
keyword
ocsf.confidence_score
The confidence score as reported by the event source.
long
ocsf.connection_info.boundary
The boundary of the connection, normalized to the caption of 'boundary_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.For cloud connections, this translates to the traffic-boundary(same VPC, through IGW, etc.). For traditional networks, this is described as Local, Internal, or External.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.boundary_id
The normalized identifier of the boundary of the connection. For cloud connections, this translates to the traffic-boundary (same VPC, through IGW, etc.). For traditional networks, this is described as Local, Internal, or External.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.direction
The direction of the initiated connection, traffic, or email, normalized to the caption of the direction_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.direction_id
The normalized identifier of the direction of the initiated connection, traffic, or email.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.protocol_name
The TCP/IP protocol name in lowercase, as defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). See Protocol Numbers. For example: tcp or udp.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.protocol_num
The TCP/IP protocol number, as defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). Use -1 if the protocol is not defined by IANA. See Protocol Numbers. For example: 6 for TCP and 17 for UDP.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.protocol_ver
The Internet Protocol version.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.protocol_ver_id
The Internet Protocol version identifier.
keyword
ocsf.connection_info.tcp_flags
The network connection TCP header flags (i.e., control bits).
long
ocsf.connection_info.uid
The unique identifier of the connection.
keyword
ocsf.connection_uid
The network connection identifier.
keyword
ocsf.count
The number of times that events in the same logical group occurred during the event Start Time to End Time period.
long
ocsf.create_mask
The original Windows mask that is required to create the object.
keyword
ocsf.data_sources
The data sources for the finding.
keyword
ocsf.dce_rpc.command
The request command (e.g. REQUEST, BIND).
keyword
ocsf.dce_rpc.command_response
The reply to the request command (e.g. RESPONSE, BINDACK or FAULT).
keyword
ocsf.dce_rpc.flags
The list of interface flags.
keyword
ocsf.dce_rpc.opnum
An operation number used to identify a specific remote procedure call (RPC) method or a method in an interface.
long
ocsf.dce_rpc.rpc_interface.ack_reason
An integer that provides a reason code or additional information about the acknowledgment result.
long
ocsf.dce_rpc.rpc_interface.ack_result
An integer that denotes the acknowledgment result of the DCE/RPC call.
long
ocsf.dce_rpc.rpc_interface.uuid
The unique identifier of the particular remote procedure or service.
keyword
ocsf.dce_rpc.rpc_interface.version
The version of the DCE/RPC protocol being used in the session.
keyword
ocsf.device.autoscale_uid
The unique identifier of the cloud autoscale configuration.
keyword
ocsf.device.created_time
The time when the device was known to have been created.
date
ocsf.device.created_time_dt
TThe time when the device was known to have been created.
date
ocsf.device.desc
The description of the device, ordinarily as reported by the operating system.
keyword
ocsf.device.domain
The network domain where the device resides. For example: work.example.com.
keyword
ocsf.device.first_seen_time
The initial discovery time of the device.
date
ocsf.device.first_seen_time_dt
The initial discovery time of the device.
date
ocsf.device.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.device.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.device.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.device.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.device.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.device.hostname
The devicename.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.bios_date
The BIOS date. For example: 03/31/16.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.bios_manufacturer
The BIOS manufacturer. For example: LENOVO.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.bios_ver
The BIOS version. For example: LENOVO G5ETA2WW (2.62).
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.chassis
The chassis type describes the system enclosure or physical form factor. Such as the following examples for Windows Windows Chassis Types.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.cpu_bits
The cpu architecture, the number of bits used for addressing in memory. For example: 32 or 64.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.cpu_cores
The number of processor cores in all installed processors. For Example: 42.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.cpu_count
The number of physical processors on a system. For example: 1.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.cpu_speed
The speed of the processor in Mhz. For Example: 4200.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.cpu_type
The processor type. For example: x86 Family 6 Model 37 Stepping 5.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.desktop_display.color_depth
The numeric color depth.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.desktop_display.physical_height
The numeric physical height of display.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.desktop_display.physical_orientation
The numeric physical orientation of display.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.desktop_display.physical_width
The numeric physical width of display.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.desktop_display.scale_factor
The numeric scale factor of display.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.keyboard_info.function_keys
The number of function keys on client keyboard.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.keyboard_info.ime
The Input Method Editor (IME) file name.
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.keyboard_info.keyboard_layout
The keyboard locale identifier name (e.g., en-US).
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.keyboard_info.keyboard_subtype
The keyboard numeric code.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.keyboard_info.keyboard_type
The keyboard type (e.g., xt, ico).
keyword
ocsf.device.hw_info.ram_size
The total amount of installed RAM, in Megabytes. For example: 2048.
long
ocsf.device.hw_info.serial_number
The device manufacturer serial number.
keyword
ocsf.device.hypervisor
The name of the hypervisor running on the device. For example, Xen, VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, etc.
keyword
ocsf.device.image.labels
The image labels.
keyword
ocsf.device.image.name
The image name. For example: elixir.
keyword
ocsf.device.image.path
The full path to the image file.
keyword
ocsf.device.image.tag
The image tag. For example: 1.11-alpine.
keyword
ocsf.device.image.uid
The unique image ID. For example: 77af4d6b9913.
keyword
ocsf.device.imei
The International Mobile Station Equipment Identifier that is associated with the device.
keyword
ocsf.device.instance_uid
The unique identifier of a VM instance.
keyword
ocsf.device.interface_name
The name of the network interface (e.g. eth2).
keyword
ocsf.device.interface_uid
The unique identifier of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.ip
The device IP address, in either IPv4 or IPv6 format.
ip
ocsf.device.is_compliant
The event occurred on a compliant device.
boolean
ocsf.device.is_managed
The event occurred on a managed device.
boolean
ocsf.device.is_personal
The event occurred on a personal device.
boolean
ocsf.device.is_trusted
The event occurred on a trusted device.
boolean
ocsf.device.last_seen_time
The most recent discovery time of the device.
date
ocsf.device.last_seen_time_dt
The most recent discovery time of the device.
date
ocsf.device.location.city
The name of the city.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.continent
The name of the continent.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.coordinates
A two-element array, containing a longitude/latitude pair. The format conforms with GeoJSON.
geo_point
ocsf.device.location.country
The ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 country code. For the complete list of country codes see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes. The two letter country code should be capitalized.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.desc
The description of the geographical location.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.is_on_premises
The indication of whether the location is on premises.
boolean
ocsf.device.location.isp
The name of the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
keyword
ocsf.device.location.postal_code
The postal code of the location.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.provider
The provider of the geographical location data.
keyword
ocsf.device.location.region
The alphanumeric code that identifies the principal subdivision (e.g. province or state) of the country. Region codes are defined at ISO 3166-2 and have a limit of three characters. For example, see the region codes for the US.
keyword
ocsf.device.mac
The device Media Access Control (MAC) address.
keyword
ocsf.device.modified_time
The time when the device was last known to have been modified.
date
ocsf.device.modified_time_dt
The time when the device was last known to have been modified.
date
ocsf.device.name
The alternate device name, ordinarily as assigned by an administrator. The Name could be any other string that helps to identify the device, such as a phone number; for example 310-555-1234.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.hostname
The hostname associated with the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.ip
The IP address associated with the network interface.
ip
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.mac
The MAC address of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.name
The name of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.namespace
The namespace is useful in merger or acquisition situations. For example, when similar entities exists that you need to keep separate.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.subnet_prefix
The subnet prefix length determines the number of bits used to represent the network part of the IP address. The remaining bits are reserved for identifying individual hosts within that subnet.
long
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.type
The type of network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.type_id
The network interface type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.device.network_interfaces.uid
The unique identifier for the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.device.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.device.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.device.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.device.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.build
The operating system build number.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.country
The operating system country code, as defined by the ISO 3166-1 standard (Alpha-2 code). For the complete list of country codes, see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.cpu_bits
The cpu architecture, the number of bits used for addressing in memory. For example, 32 or 64.
long
ocsf.device.os.edition
The operating system edition. For example, Professional.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.name
The operating system name.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.sp_name
The name of the latest Service Pack.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.sp_ver
The version number of the latest Service Pack.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.type
The type of the operating system.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.type_id
The type identifier of the operating system.
keyword
ocsf.device.os.version
The version of the OS running on the device that originated the event. For example, "Windows 10", "OS X 10.7", or "iOS 9".
keyword
ocsf.device.region
The region where the virtual machine is located. For example, an AWS Region.
keyword
ocsf.device.risk_level
The risk level, normalized to the caption of the risk_level_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.device.risk_level_id
The normalized risk level id.
keyword
ocsf.device.risk_score
The risk score as reported by the event source.
long
ocsf.device.subnet
The subnet mask.
ip_range
ocsf.device.subnet_uid
The unique identifier of a virtual subnet.
keyword
ocsf.device.type
The device type. For example, unknown, server, desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, virtual, browser, or other.
keyword
ocsf.device.type_id
The device type ID.
keyword
ocsf.device.uid
The unique identifier of the device. For example the Windows TargetSID or AWS EC2 ARN.
keyword
ocsf.device.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.device.vlan_uid
The Virtual LAN identifier.
keyword
ocsf.device.vpc_uid
The unique identifier of the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
keyword
ocsf.dialect
The negotiated protocol dialect.
keyword
ocsf.direction
The direction of the email, as defined by the direction_id value.
keyword
ocsf.direction_id
The direction of the email relative to the scanning host or organization.
keyword
ocsf.disposition
The event disposition name, normalized to the caption of the disposition_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.disposition_id
When security issues, such as malware or policy violations, are detected and possibly corrected, then disposition_id describes the action taken by the security product.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.driver.file.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.driver.file.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.driver.file.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.driver.file.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.driver.file.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.driver.file.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.driver.file.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.dst_endpoint.domain
The name of the domain.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.hostname
The fully qualified name of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.instance_uid
The unique identifier of a VM instance.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.interface_name
The name of the network interface (e.g. eth2).
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.interface_uid
The unique identifier of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.intermediate_ips
The intermediate IP Addresses. For example, the IP addresses in the HTTP X-Forwarded-For header.
ip
ocsf.dst_endpoint.ip
The IP address of the endpoint, in either IPv4 or IPv6 format.
ip
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.city
The name of the city.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.continent
The name of the continent.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.coordinates
A two-element array, containing a longitude/latitude pair. The format conforms with GeoJSON.
geo_point
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.country
The ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 country code. For the complete list of country codes see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes. The two letter country code should be capitalized.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.desc
The description of the geographical location.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.is_on_premises
The indication of whether the location is on premises.
boolean
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.isp
The name of the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.postal_code
The postal code of the location.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.provider
The provider of the geographical location data.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.location.region
The alphanumeric code that identifies the principal subdivision (e.g. province or state) of the country. Region codes are defined at ISO 3166-2 and have a limit of three characters. For example, see the region codes for the US.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.mac
The Media Access Control (MAC) address of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.name
The short name of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.port
The port used for communication within the network connection.
long
ocsf.dst_endpoint.subnet_uid
The unique identifier of a virtual subnet.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.svc_name
The service name in service-to-service connections. For example, AWS VPC logs the pkt-src-aws-service and pkt-dst-aws-service fields identify the connection is coming from or going to an AWS service.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.uid
The unique identifier of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.vlan_uid
The Virtual LAN identifier.
keyword
ocsf.dst_endpoint.vpc_uid
The unique identifier of the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
keyword
ocsf.duration
The event duration or aggregate time, the amount of time the event covers from start_time to end_time in milliseconds.
long
ocsf.email.cc
The email header Cc values, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.delivered_to
The Delivered-To email header field.
keyword
ocsf.email.from
The email header From values, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.message_uid
The email header Message-Id value, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.raw_header
The email authentication header.
keyword
ocsf.email.reply_to
The email header Reply-To values, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.size
The size in bytes of the email, including attachments.
long
ocsf.email.smtp_from
The value of the SMTP MAIL FROM command.
keyword
ocsf.email.smtp_to
The value of the SMTP envelope RCPT TO command.
keyword
ocsf.email.subject
The email header Subject value, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.to
The email header To values, as defined by RFC 5322.
keyword
ocsf.email.uid
The email unique identifier.
keyword
ocsf.email.x_originating_ip
The X-Originating-IP header identifying the emails originating IP address(es).
ip
ocsf.email_auth.dkim
The DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) status of the email.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.dkim_domain
The DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) signing domain of the email.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.dkim_signature
The DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) signature used by the sending/receiving system.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.dmarc
The Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) status of the email.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.dmarc_override
The Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) override action.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.dmarc_policy
The Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) policy status.
keyword
ocsf.email_auth.spf
The Sender Policy Framework (SPF) status of the email.
keyword
ocsf.email_uid
The unique identifier of the email, used to correlate related email alert and activity events.
keyword
ocsf.end_time
The end time of a time period, or the time of the most recent event included in the aggregate event.
date
ocsf.end_time_dt
The end time of a time period, or the time of the most recent event included in the aggregate event.
date
ocsf.enrichments.data
The enrichment data associated with the attribute and value. The meaning of this data depends on the type the enrichment record.
flattened
ocsf.enrichments.name
The name of the attribute to which the enriched data pertains.
keyword
ocsf.enrichments.provider
The enrichment data provider name.
keyword
ocsf.enrichments.type
The enrichment type. For example, location.
keyword
ocsf.enrichments.value
The value of the attribute to which the enriched data pertains.
keyword
ocsf.entity.data
The managed entity content as a JSON object.
flattened
ocsf.entity.name
The name of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.entity.type
The managed entity type.
keyword
ocsf.entity.uid
The identifier of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.entity.version
The version of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.entity_result.data
The managed entity content as a JSON object.
flattened
ocsf.entity_result.name
The name of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.entity_result.type
The managed entity type.
keyword
ocsf.entity_result.uid
The identifier of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.entity_result.version
The version of the managed entity.
keyword
ocsf.evidence
The data the finding exposes to the analyst.
flattened
ocsf.exit_code
The exit code reported by a process when it terminates. The convention is that zero indicates success and any non-zero exit code indicates that some error occurred.
keyword
ocsf.expiration_time
The share expiration time.
date
ocsf.expiration_time_dt
The share expiration time.
date
ocsf.file.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.file.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.file.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.file.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.file.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.file.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.file.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.file.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.file.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.file.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.file.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.file.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.file.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.file.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.file.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.file.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.file.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.file.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.file.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.file.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.file.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.file.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.file_diff
File content differences used for change detection. For example, a common use case is to identify itemized changes within INI or configuration/property setting values.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.file_result.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.file_result.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.file_result.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.file_result.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.file_result.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.file_result.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.file_result.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.file_result.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.file_result.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.finding.created_time
The time when the finding was created.
date
ocsf.finding.created_time_dt
The time when the finding was created.
date
ocsf.finding.desc
The description of the reported finding.
keyword
ocsf.finding.first_seen_time
The time when the finding was first observed.
date
ocsf.finding.first_seen_time_dt
The time when the finding was first observed.
date
ocsf.finding.last_seen_time
The time when the finding was most recently observed.
date
ocsf.finding.last_seen_time_dt
The time when the finding was most recently observed.
date
ocsf.finding.modified_time
The time when the finding was last modified.
date
ocsf.finding.modified_time_dt
The time when the finding was last modified.
date
ocsf.finding.product_uid
The unique identifier of the product that reported the finding.
keyword
ocsf.finding.related_events.product_uid
The unique identifier of the product that reported the related event.
keyword
ocsf.finding.related_events.type
The type of the related event. For example: Process Activity: Launch.
keyword
ocsf.finding.related_events.type_uid
The unique identifier of the related event type. For example: 100701.
keyword
ocsf.finding.related_events.uid
The unique identifier of the related event.
keyword
ocsf.finding.remediation.desc
The description of the remediation strategy.
keyword
ocsf.finding.remediation.kb_articles
The KB article/s related to the entity.
keyword
ocsf.finding.src_url
The URL pointing to the source of the finding.
keyword
ocsf.finding.supporting_data
Additional data supporting a finding as provided by security tool.
flattened
ocsf.finding.title
The title of the reported finding.
keyword
ocsf.finding.types
One or more types of the reported finding.
keyword
ocsf.finding.uid
The unique identifier of the reported finding.
keyword
ocsf.group.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.group.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.group.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.group.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.group.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.args
The arguments sent along with the HTTP request.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.http_headers.name
The name of the header.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.http_headers.value
The value of the header.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.http_method
The HTTP request method indicates the desired action to be performed for a given resource.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.referrer
The request header that identifies the address of the previous web page, which is linked to the current web page or resource being requested.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.uid
The unique identifier of the http request.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.categories
The Website categorization names, as defined by category_ids enum values.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.category_ids
The Website categorization identifies.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.hostname
The URL host as extracted from the URL. For example, www.example.com from www.example.com/download/trouble.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.path
The URL path as extracted from the URL. For example, /download/trouble from www.example.com/download/trouble.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.port
The URL port. For example, 80.
long
ocsf.http_request.url.query_string
The query portion of the URL. For example, the query portion of the URL http://www.example.com/search?q=bad\&sort=date is q=bad&sort=date.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.resource_type
The context in which a resource was retrieved in a web request.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.scheme
The scheme portion of the URL. For example, http, https, ftp, or sftp.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.subdomain
The subdomain portion of the URL. For example, sub in https://sub.example.com or sub2.sub1 in https://sub2.sub1.example.com.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.url.url_string
The URL string. See RFC 1738. For example, http://www.example.com/download/trouble.exe.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.user_agent
The request header that identifies the operating system and web browser.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.version
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) version.
keyword
ocsf.http_request.x_forwarded_for
The X-Forwarded-For header identifying the originating IP address(es) of a client connecting to a web server through an HTTP proxy or a load balancer.
ip
ocsf.http_response.code
The numeric code sent from the web server to the requester.
long
ocsf.http_response.content_type
The request header that identifies the original media type of the resource (prior to any content encoding applied for sending).
keyword
ocsf.http_response.latency
The HTTP response latency. In seconds, milliseconds, etc.
long
ocsf.http_response.length
The HTTP response length, in number of bytes.
long
ocsf.http_response.message
The description of the event, as defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.http_response.status
The response status.
keyword
ocsf.http_status
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) status code returned to the client.
long
ocsf.identifier_cookie
The client identifier cookie during client/server exchange.
keyword
ocsf.impact
The impact , normalized to the caption of the impact_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.impact_id
The normalized impact of the finding.
keyword
ocsf.impact_score
The impact of the finding, valid range 0-100.
long
ocsf.injection_type
The process injection method, normalized to the caption of the injection_type_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.injection_type_id
The normalized identifier of the process injection method.
keyword
ocsf.is_cleartext
Indicates whether the credentials were passed in clear text.Note: True if the credentials were passed in a clear text protocol such as FTP or TELNET, or if Windows detected that a user's logon password was passed to the authentication package in clear text.
boolean
ocsf.is_mfa
Indicates whether Multi Factor Authentication was used during authentication.
boolean
ocsf.is_new_logon
Indicates logon is from a device not seen before or a first time account logon.
boolean
ocsf.is_remote
The attempted authentication is over a remote connection.
boolean
ocsf.is_renewal
The indication of whether this is a lease/session renewal event.
boolean
ocsf.kernel.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.kernel.name
The name of the kernel resource.
keyword
ocsf.kernel.path
The full path of the kernel resource.
keyword
ocsf.kernel.system_call
The system call that was invoked.
keyword
ocsf.kernel.type
The type of the kernel resource.
keyword
ocsf.kernel.type_id
The type id of the kernel resource.
keyword
ocsf.kill_chain.phase
The cyber kill chain phase.
keyword
ocsf.kill_chain.phase_id
The cyber kill chain phase identifier.
keyword
ocsf.lease_dur
This represents the length of the DHCP lease in seconds. This is present in DHCP Ack events. (activity_id = 1)
long
ocsf.logon_type
The logon type, normalized to the caption of the logon_type_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.logon_type_id
The normalized logon type identifier
keyword
ocsf.malware.classification_ids
The list of normalized identifiers of the malware classifications.
keyword
ocsf.malware.classifications
The list of malware classifications, normalized to the captions of the classification_id values. In the case of 'Other', they are defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.created_time
The Record Creation Date identifies when the CVE ID was issued to a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) or the CVE Record was published on the CVE List. Note that the Record Creation Date does not necessarily indicate when this vulnerability was discovered, shared with the affected vendor, publicly disclosed, or updated in CVE.
date
ocsf.malware.cves.created_time_dt
The Record Creation Date identifies when the CVE ID was issued to a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) or the CVE Record was published on the CVE List. Note that the Record Creation Date does not necessarily indicate when this vulnerability was discovered, shared with the affected vendor, publicly disclosed, or updated in CVE.
date
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.base_score
The CVSS base score.
double
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.depth
The CVSS depth represents a depth of the equation used to calculate CVSS score.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.metrics.name
The name of the metric.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.metrics.value
The value of the metric.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.overall_score
The CVSS overall score, impacted by base, temporal, and environmental metrics.
double
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.severity
The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) Qualitative Severity Rating. A textual representation of the numeric score.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.vector_string
The CVSS vector string is a text representation of a set of CVSS metrics. It is commonly used to record or transfer CVSS metric information in a concise form. For example: 3.1/AV:L/AC:L/PR:L/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:N/A:H.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cvss.version
The CVSS version.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cwe_uid
The Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) unique identifier. For example: CWE-787.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.cwe_url
Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) definition URL.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.modified_time
The Record Modified Date identifies when the CVE record was last updated.
date
ocsf.malware.cves.modified_time_dt
The Record Modified Date identifies when the CVE record was last updated.
date
ocsf.malware.cves.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.type
The vulnerability type as selected from a large dropdown menu during CVE refinement.
keyword
ocsf.malware.cves.uid
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures unique number assigned to a specific computer vulnerability. A CVE Identifier begins with 4 digits representing the year followed by a sequence of digits that acts as a unique identifier. For example: CVE-2021-12345.
keyword
ocsf.malware.name
The malware name, as reported by the detection engine.
keyword
ocsf.malware.path
The filesystem path of the malware that was observed.
keyword
ocsf.malware.provider
The provider of the malware information.
keyword
ocsf.malware.uid
The malware unique identifier, as reported by the detection engine. For example a virus id or an IPS signature id.
keyword
ocsf.message
The description of the event, as defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.correlation_uid
The unique identifier used to correlate events.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.event_code
The Event ID or Code that the product uses to describe the event.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.extension.name
The schema extension name. For example: dev.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.extension.uid
The schema extension unique identifier. For example: 999.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.extension.version
The schema extension version. For example: 1.0.0-alpha.2.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.labels
The list of category labels attached to the event or specific attributes. Labels are user defined tags or aliases added at normalization time.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.log_name
The event log name. For example, syslog file name or Windows logging subsystem: Security.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.log_provider
The logging provider or logging service that logged the event. For example, Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.log_version
The event log schema version that specifies the format of the original event. For example syslog version or Cisco Log Schema Version.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.logged_time
The time when the logging system collected and logged the event. This attribute is distinct from the event time in that event time typically contain the time extracted from the original event. Most of the time, these two times will be different.
date
ocsf.metadata.logged_time_dt
The time when the logging system collected and logged the event. This attribute is distinct from the event time in that event time typically contain the time extracted from the original event. Most of the time, these two times will be different.
date
ocsf.metadata.modified_time
The time when the event was last modified or enriched.
date
ocsf.metadata.modified_time_dt
The time when the event was last modified or enriched.
date
ocsf.metadata.original_time
The original event time as reported by the event source. For example, the time in the original format from system event log such as Syslog on Unix/Linux and the System event file on Windows. Omit if event is generated instead of collected via logs.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.processed_time
The event processed time, such as an ETL operation.
date
ocsf.metadata.processed_time_dt
The event processed time, such as an ETL operation.
date
ocsf.metadata.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.lang
The two letter lowercase language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.url_string
The URL pointing towards the product.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.profiles
The list of profiles used to create the event.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.sequence
Sequence number of the event. The sequence number is a value available in some events, to make the exact ordering of events unambiguous, regardless of the event time precision.
long
ocsf.metadata.uid
The logging system-assigned unique identifier of an event instance.
keyword
ocsf.metadata.version
The version of the OCSF schema, using Semantic Versioning Specification (SemVer). For example: 1.0.0. Event consumers use the version to determine the available event attributes.
keyword
ocsf.module.base_address
The memory address where the module was loaded.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessed_time
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.module.file.accessed_time_dt
The time when the file was last accessed.
date
ocsf.module.file.accessor.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.accessor.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.attributes
The Bitmask value that represents the file attributes.
long
ocsf.module.file.company_name
The name of the company that published the file. For example: Microsoft Corporation.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.confidentiality
The file content confidentiality, normalized to the confidentiality_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.confidentiality_id
The normalized identifier of the file content confidentiality indicator.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.created_time
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.created_time_dt
The time when the file was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.creator.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.creator.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.desc
The description of the file, as returned by file system. For example: the description as returned by the Unix file command or the Windows file type.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.hashes.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.hashes.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.hashes.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.is_system
The indication of whether the object is part of the operating system.
boolean
ocsf.module.file.mime_type
The Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type of the file, if applicable.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modified_time
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.module.file.modified_time_dt
The time when the file was last modified.
date
ocsf.module.file.modifier.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.modifier.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.name
The name of the file. For example: svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.account.name
The name of the account (e.g. GCP Account Name).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.account.type
The account type, normalized to the caption of 'account_type_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.account.type_id
The normalized account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.account.uid
The unique identifier of the account (e.g. AWS Account ID).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.credential_uid
The unique identifier of the user's credential. For example, AWS Access Key ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.domain
The domain where the user is defined. For example: the LDAP or Active Directory domain.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.email_addr
The user's email address.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.full_name
The full name of the person, as per the LDAP Common Name attribute (cn).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.groups.desc
The group description.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.groups.name
The group name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.groups.privileges
The group privileges.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.groups.type
The type of the group or account.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.groups.uid
The unique identifier of the group. For example, for Windows events this is the security identifier (SID) of the group.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.name
The username. For example, janedoe1.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.org.name
The name of the organization. For example, Widget, Inc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.org.ou_name
The name of the organizational unit, within an organization. For example, Finance, IT, R&D.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.org.ou_uid
The alternate identifier for an entity's unique identifier. For example, its Active Directory OU DN or AWS OU ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.org.uid
The unique identifier of the organization. For example, its Active Directory or AWS Org ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.type
The type of the user. For example, System, AWS IAM User, etc.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.type_id
The account type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.uid
The unique user identifier. For example, the Windows user SID, ActiveDirectory DN or AWS user ARN.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.owner.uid_alt
The alternate user identifier. For example, the Active Directory user GUID or AWS user Principal ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.parent_folder
The parent folder in which the file resides. For example: c:\windows\system32.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.path
The full path to the file. For example: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.feature.name
The name of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.feature.uid
The unique identifier of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.feature.version
The version of the feature.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.lang
The two letter lower case language codes, as defined by ISO 639-1. For example: en (English), de (German), or fr (French).
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.name
The name of the product.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.path
The installation path of the product.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.uid
The unique identifier of the product.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.vendor_name
The name of the vendor of the product.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.product.version
The version of the product, as defined by the event source. For example: 2013.1.3-beta.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.security_descriptor
The object security descriptor.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.algorithm
The digital signature algorithm used to create the signature, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized digital signature algorithm.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.created_time
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.created_time_dt
The time when the certificate was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.expiration_time_dt
The expiration time of the certificate.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.fingerprints.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.issuer
The certificate issuer distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.serial_number
The serial number of the certificate used to create the digital signature.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.subject
The certificate subject distinguished name.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.certificate.version
The certificate version.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.created_time
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.created_time_dt
The time when the digital signature was created.
date
ocsf.module.file.signature.developer_uid
The developer ID on the certificate that signed the file.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.digest.algorithm
The hash algorithm used to create the digital fingerprint, normalized to the caption of 'algorithm_id'. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.digest.algorithm_id
The identifier of the normalized hash algorithm, which was used to create the digital fingerprint.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.signature.digest.value
The digital fingerprint value.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.size
The size of data, in bytes.
long
ocsf.module.file.type
The file type.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.type_id
The file type ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.uid
The unique identifier of the file as defined by the storage system, such the file system file ID.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.version
The file version. For example: 8.0.7601.17514.
keyword
ocsf.module.file.xattributes
An unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs where each pair represents a file or folder extended attribute.
flattened
ocsf.module.function_name
The entry-point function of the module. The system calls the entry-point function whenever a process or thread loads or unloads the module.
keyword
ocsf.module.load_type
The load type, normalized to the caption of the load_type_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source. It describes how the module was loaded in memory.
keyword
ocsf.module.load_type_id
The normalized identifier of the load type. It identifies how the module was loaded in memory.
keyword
ocsf.module.start_address
The start address of the execution.
keyword
ocsf.module.type
The module type.
keyword
ocsf.name
The name of the data affiliated with the command.
keyword
ocsf.nist
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework recommendations for managing the cybersecurity risk.
keyword
ocsf.observables.name
The full name of the observable attribute. The name is a pointer/reference to an attribute within the event data. For example: file.name.
keyword
ocsf.observables.reputation.base_score
The reputation score as reported by the event source.
double
ocsf.observables.reputation.provider
The provider of the reputation information.
keyword
ocsf.observables.reputation.score
The reputation score, normalized to the caption of the score_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.observables.reputation.score_id
The normalized reputation score identifier.
keyword
ocsf.observables.type
The observable value type name.
keyword
ocsf.observables.type_id
The observable value type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.observables.value
The value associated with the observable attribute.
keyword
ocsf.open_type
Indicates how the file was opened (e.g. normal, delete on close).
keyword
ocsf.port
The dynamic port established for impending data transfers.
long
ocsf.privileges
The list of sensitive privileges, assigned to the new user session.
keyword
ocsf.protocol_ver
The Protocol version.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.domain
The name of the domain.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.hostname
The fully qualified name of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.instance_uid
The unique identifier of a VM instance.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.interface_name
The name of the network interface (e.g. eth2).
keyword
ocsf.proxy.interface_uid
The unique identifier of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.intermediate_ips
The intermediate IP Addresses. For example, the IP addresses in the HTTP X-Forwarded-For header.
ip
ocsf.proxy.ip
The IP address of the endpoint, in either IPv4 or IPv6 format.
ip
ocsf.proxy.location.city
The name of the city.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.continent
The name of the continent.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.coordinates
A two-element array, containing a longitude/latitude pair. The format conforms with GeoJSON.
geo_point
ocsf.proxy.location.country
The ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 country code. For the complete list of country codes see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes. The two letter country code should be capitalized.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.desc
The description of the geographical location.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.is_on_premises
The indication of whether the location is on premises.
boolean
ocsf.proxy.location.isp
The name of the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.postal_code
The postal code of the location.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.provider
The provider of the geographical location data.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.location.region
The alphanumeric code that identifies the principal subdivision (e.g. province or state) of the country. Region codes are defined at ISO 3166-2 and have a limit of three characters. For example, see the region codes for the US.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.mac
The Media Access Control (MAC) address of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.name
The short name of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.port
The port used for communication within the network connection.
long
ocsf.proxy.subnet_uid
The unique identifier of a virtual subnet.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.svc_name
The service name in service-to-service connections. For example, AWS VPC logs the pkt-src-aws-service and pkt-dst-aws-service fields identify the connection is coming from or going to an AWS service.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.uid
The unique identifier of the endpoint.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.vlan_uid
The Virtual LAN identifier.
keyword
ocsf.proxy.vpc_uid
The unique identifier of the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
keyword
ocsf.query.class
The class of resource records being queried. See RFC1035. For example: IN.
keyword
ocsf.query.hostname
The hostname or domain being queried. For example: www.example.com
keyword
ocsf.query.opcode
The DNS opcode specifies the type of the query message.
keyword
ocsf.query.opcode_id
The DNS opcode ID specifies the normalized query message type.
keyword
ocsf.query.packet_uid
The DNS packet identifier assigned by the program that generated the query. The identifier is copied to the response.
keyword
ocsf.query.type
The type of resource records being queried. See RFC1035. For example: A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, and NS.
keyword
ocsf.query_time
The Domain Name System (DNS) query time.
date
ocsf.query_time_dt
The Domain Name System (DNS) query time.
date
ocsf.raw_data
The event data as received from the event source.
flattened
ocsf.raw_data_keyword
keyword
ocsf.rcode
The DNS server response code, normalized to the caption of the rcode_id value. In the case of 'Other', it is defined by the event source.
keyword
ocsf.rcode_id
The normalized identifier of the DNS server response code.
keyword
ocsf.relay.hostname
The hostname associated with the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.relay.ip
The IP address associated with the network interface.
ip
ocsf.relay.mac
The MAC address of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.relay.name
The name of the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.relay.namespace
The namespace is useful in merger or acquisition situations. For example, when similar entities exists that you need to keep separate.
keyword
ocsf.relay.subnet_prefix
The subnet prefix length determines the number of bits used to represent the network part of the IP address. The remaining bits are reserved for identifying individual hosts within that subnet.
long
ocsf.relay.type
The type of network interface.
keyword
ocsf.relay.type_id
The network interface type identifier.
keyword
ocsf.relay.uid
The unique identifier for the network interface.
keyword
ocsf.remote_display.color_depth
The numeric color depth.
long
ocsf.remote_display.physical_height
The numeric physical height of display.
long
ocsf.remote_display.physical_orientation
The numeric physical orientation of display.
long
ocsf.remote_display.physical_width
The numeric physical width of display.
long
ocsf.remote_display.scale_factor
The numeric scale factor of display.
long