Zeek fields

Module for handling logs produced by Zeek/Bro

zeek

Fields from Zeek/Bro logs after normalization

zeek.session_id

A unique identifier of the session

type: keyword

capture_loss

Fields exported by the Zeek capture_loss log

zeek.capture_loss.ts_delta

The time delay between this measurement and the last.

type: integer

zeek.capture_loss.peer

In the event that there are multiple Bro instances logging to the same host, this distinguishes each peer with its individual name.

type: keyword

zeek.capture_loss.gaps

Number of missed ACKs from the previous measurement interval.

type: integer

zeek.capture_loss.acks

Total number of ACKs seen in the previous measurement interval.

type: integer

zeek.capture_loss.percent_lost

Percentage of ACKs seen where the data being ACKed wasn’t seen.

type: double

connection

Fields exported by the Zeek Connection log

zeek.connection.local_orig

Indicates whether the session is originated locally.

type: boolean

zeek.connection.local_resp

Indicates whether the session is responded locally.

type: boolean

zeek.connection.missed_bytes

Missed bytes for the session.

type: long

zeek.connection.state

Code indicating the state of the session.

type: keyword

zeek.connection.state_message

The state of the session.

type: keyword

zeek.connection.icmp.type

ICMP message type.

type: integer

zeek.connection.icmp.code

ICMP message code.

type: integer

zeek.connection.history

Flags indicating the history of the session.

type: keyword

zeek.connection.vlan

VLAN identifier.

type: integer

zeek.connection.inner_vlan

VLAN identifier.

type: integer

dce_rpc

Fields exported by the Zeek DCE_RPC log

zeek.dce_rpc.rtt

Round trip time from the request to the response. If either the request or response wasn’t seen, this will be null.

type: integer

zeek.dce_rpc.named_pipe

Remote pipe name.

type: keyword

zeek.dce_rpc.endpoint

Endpoint name looked up from the uuid.

type: keyword

zeek.dce_rpc.operation

Operation seen in the call.

type: keyword

dhcp

Fields exported by the Zeek DHCP log

zeek.dhcp.domain

Domain given by the server in option 15.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.duration

Duration of the DHCP session representing the time from the first message to the last, in seconds.

type: double

zeek.dhcp.hostname

Name given by client in Hostname option 12.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.client_fqdn

FQDN given by client in Client FQDN option 81.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.lease_time

IP address lease interval in seconds.

type: integer

address

Addresses seen in this DHCP exchange.

zeek.dhcp.address.assigned

IP address assigned by the server.

type: ip

zeek.dhcp.address.client

IP address of the client. If a transaction is only a client sending INFORM messages then there is no lease information exchanged so this is helpful to know who sent the messages. Getting an address in this field does require that the client sources at least one DHCP message using a non-broadcast address.

type: ip

zeek.dhcp.address.mac

Client’s hardware address.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.address.requested

IP address requested by the client.

type: ip

zeek.dhcp.address.server

IP address of the DHCP server.

type: ip

zeek.dhcp.msg.types

List of DHCP message types seen in this exchange.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.msg.origin

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/msg-orig.bro is loaded) The address that originated each message from the msg.types field.

type: ip

zeek.dhcp.msg.client

Message typically accompanied with a DHCP_DECLINE so the client can tell the server why it rejected an address.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.msg.server

Message typically accompanied with a DHCP_NAK to let the client know why it rejected the request.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.software.client

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/software.bro is loaded) Software reported by the client in the vendor_class option.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.software.server

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/software.bro is loaded) Software reported by the client in the vendor_class option.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.id.circuit

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/sub-opts.bro is loaded) Added by DHCP relay agents which terminate switched or permanent circuits. It encodes an agent-local identifier of the circuit from which a DHCP client-to-server packet was received. Typically it should represent a router or switch interface number.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.id.remote_agent

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/sub-opts.bro is loaded) A globally unique identifier added by relay agents to identify the remote host end of the circuit.

type: keyword

zeek.dhcp.id.subscriber

(present if policy/protocols/dhcp/sub-opts.bro is loaded) The subscriber ID is a value independent of the physical network configuration so that a customer’s DHCP configuration can be given to them correctly no matter where they are physically connected.

type: keyword

dnp3

Fields exported by the Zeek SSH log

zeek.dnp3.function.request

The name of the function message in the request.

type: keyword

zeek.dnp3.function.reply

The name of the function message in the reply.

type: keyword

zeek.dnp3.id

The response’s internal indication number.

type: integer

dns

Fields exported by the Zeek DNS log

zeek.dns.trans_id

DNS transaction identifier.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.rtt

Round trip time for the query and response.

type: double

zeek.dns.query

The domain name that is the subject of the DNS query.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.qclass

The QCLASS value specifying the class of the query.

type: long

zeek.dns.qclass_name

A descriptive name for the class of the query.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.qtype

A QTYPE value specifying the type of the query.

type: long

zeek.dns.qtype_name

A descriptive name for the type of the query.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.rcode

The response code value in DNS response messages.

type: long

zeek.dns.rcode_name

A descriptive name for the response code value.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.AA

The Authoritative Answer bit for response messages specifies that the responding name server is an authority for the domain name in the question section.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.TC

The Truncation bit specifies that the message was truncated.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.RD

The Recursion Desired bit in a request message indicates that the client wants recursive service for this query.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.RA

The Recursion Available bit in a response message indicates that the name server supports recursive queries.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.answers

The set of resource descriptions in the query answer.

type: keyword

zeek.dns.TTLs

The caching intervals of the associated RRs described by the answers field.

type: double

zeek.dns.rejected

Indicates whether the DNS query was rejected by the server.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.total_answers

The total number of resource records in the reply.

type: integer

zeek.dns.total_replies

The total number of resource records in the reply message.

type: integer

zeek.dns.saw_query

Whether the full DNS query has been seen.

type: boolean

zeek.dns.saw_reply

Whether the full DNS reply has been seen.

type: boolean

dpd

Fields exported by the Zeek DPD log

zeek.dpd.analyzer

The analyzer that generated the violation.

type: keyword

zeek.dpd.failure_reason

The textual reason for the analysis failure.

type: keyword

zeek.dpd.packet_segment

(present if policy/frameworks/dpd/packet-segment-logging.bro is loaded) A chunk of the payload that most likely resulted in the protocol violation.

type: keyword

files

Fields exported by the Zeek Files log.

zeek.files.fuid

A file unique identifier.

type: keyword

zeek.files.tx_host

The host that transferred the file.

type: ip

zeek.files.rx_host

The host that received the file.

type: ip

zeek.files.session_ids

The sessions that have this file.

type: keyword

zeek.files.source

An identification of the source of the file data. E.g. it may be a network protocol over which it was transferred, or a local file path which was read, or some other input source.

type: keyword

zeek.files.depth

A value to represent the depth of this file in relation to its source. In SMTP, it is the depth of the MIME attachment on the message. In HTTP, it is the depth of the request within the TCP connection.

type: long

zeek.files.analyzers

A set of analysis types done during the file analysis.

type: keyword

zeek.files.mime_type

Mime type of the file.

type: keyword

zeek.files.filename

Name of the file if available.

type: keyword

zeek.files.local_orig

If the source of this file is a network connection, this field indicates if the data originated from the local network or not.

type: boolean

zeek.files.is_orig

If the source of this file is a network connection, this field indicates if the file is being sent by the originator of the connection or the responder.

type: boolean

zeek.files.duration

The duration the file was analyzed for. Not the duration of the session.

type: double

zeek.files.seen_bytes

Number of bytes provided to the file analysis engine for the file.

type: long

zeek.files.total_bytes

Total number of bytes that are supposed to comprise the full file.

type: long

zeek.files.missing_bytes

The number of bytes in the file stream that were completely missed during the process of analysis.

type: long

zeek.files.overflow_bytes

The number of bytes in the file stream that were not delivered to stream file analyzers. This could be overlapping bytes or bytes that couldn’t be reassembled.

type: long

zeek.files.timedout

Whether the file analysis timed out at least once for the file.

type: boolean

zeek.files.parent_fuid

Identifier associated with a container file from which this one was extracted as part of the file analysis.

type: keyword

zeek.files.md5

An MD5 digest of the file contents.

type: keyword

zeek.files.sha1

A SHA1 digest of the file contents.

type: keyword

zeek.files.sha256

A SHA256 digest of the file contents.

type: keyword

zeek.files.extracted

Local filename of extracted file.

type: keyword

zeek.files.extracted_cutoff

Indicate whether the file being extracted was cut off hence not extracted completely.

type: boolean

zeek.files.extracted_size

The number of bytes extracted to disk.

type: long

zeek.files.entropy

The information density of the contents of the file.

type: double

ftp

Fields exported by the Zeek FTP log

zeek.ftp.user

User name for the current FTP session.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.password

Password for the current FTP session if captured.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.command

Command given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.arg

Argument for the command if one is given.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.file.size

Size of the file if the command indicates a file transfer.

type: long

zeek.ftp.file.mime_type

Sniffed mime type of file.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.file.fuid

(present if base/protocols/ftp/files.bro is loaded) File unique ID.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.reply.code

Reply code from the server in response to the command.

type: integer

zeek.ftp.reply.msg

Reply message from the server in response to the command.

type: keyword

data_channel

Expected FTP data channel.

zeek.ftp.data_channel.passive

Whether PASV mode is toggled for control channel.

type: boolean

zeek.ftp.data_channel.originating_host

The host that will be initiating the data connection.

type: ip

zeek.ftp.data_channel.response_host

The host that will be accepting the data connection.

type: ip

zeek.ftp.data_channel.response_port

The port at which the acceptor is listening for the data connection.

type: integer

zeek.ftp.cwd

Current working directory that this session is in. By making the default value ., we can indicate that unless something more concrete is discovered that the existing but unknown directory is ok to use.

type: keyword

cmdarg

Command that is currently waiting for a response.

zeek.ftp.cmdarg.cmd

Command.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.cmdarg.arg

Argument for the command if one was given.

type: keyword

zeek.ftp.cmdarg.seq

Counter to track how many commands have been executed.

type: integer

zeek.ftp.pending_commands

Queue for commands that have been sent but not yet responded to are tracked here.

type: integer

zeek.ftp.passive

Indicates if the session is in active or passive mode.

type: boolean

zeek.ftp.capture_password

Determines if the password will be captured for this request.

type: boolean

zeek.ftp.last_auth_requested

present if base/protocols/ftp/gridftp.bro is loaded. Last authentication/security mechanism that was used.

type: keyword

http

Fields exported by the Zeek HTTP log

zeek.http.trans_depth

Represents the pipelined depth into the connection of this request/response transaction.

type: integer

zeek.http.status_msg

Status message returned by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.http.info_code

Last seen 1xx informational reply code returned by the server.

type: integer

zeek.http.info_msg

Last seen 1xx informational reply message returned by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.http.tags

A set of indicators of various attributes discovered and related to a particular request/response pair.

type: keyword

zeek.http.password

Password if basic-auth is performed for the request.

type: keyword

zeek.http.captured_password

Determines if the password will be captured for this request.

type: boolean

zeek.http.proxied

All of the headers that may indicate if the HTTP request was proxied.

type: keyword

zeek.http.range_request

Indicates if this request can assume 206 partial content in response.

type: boolean

zeek.http.client_header_names

The vector of HTTP header names sent by the client. No header values are included here, just the header names.

type: keyword

zeek.http.server_header_names

The vector of HTTP header names sent by the server. No header values are included here, just the header names.

type: keyword

zeek.http.orig_fuids

An ordered vector of file unique IDs from the originator.

type: keyword

zeek.http.orig_mime_types

An ordered vector of mime types from the originator.

type: keyword

zeek.http.orig_filenames

An ordered vector of filenames from the originator.

type: keyword

zeek.http.resp_fuids

An ordered vector of file unique IDs from the responder.

type: keyword

zeek.http.resp_mime_types

An ordered vector of mime types from the responder.

type: keyword

zeek.http.resp_filenames

An ordered vector of filenames from the responder.

type: keyword

zeek.http.orig_mime_depth

Current number of MIME entities in the HTTP request message body.

type: integer

zeek.http.resp_mime_depth

Current number of MIME entities in the HTTP response message body.

type: integer

intel

Fields exported by the Zeek Intel log.

zeek.intel.seen.indicator

The intelligence indicator.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.indicator_type

The type of data the indicator represents.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.host

If the indicator type was Intel::ADDR, then this field will be present.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.conn

If the data was discovered within a connection, the connection record should go here to give context to the data.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.where

Where the data was discovered.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.node

The name of the node where the match was discovered.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.uid

If the data was discovered within a connection, the connection uid should go here to give context to the data. If the conn field is provided, this will be automatically filled out.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.seen.f

If the data was discovered within a file, the file record should go here to provide context to the data.

type: object

zeek.intel.seen.fuid

If the data was discovered within a file, the file uid should go here to provide context to the data. If the file record f is provided, this will be automatically filled out.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.matched

Event to represent a match in the intelligence data from data that was seen.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.sources

Sources which supplied data for this match.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.fuid

If a file was associated with this intelligence hit, this is the uid for the file.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.file_mime_type

A mime type if the intelligence hit is related to a file. If the $f field is provided this will be automatically filled out.

type: keyword

zeek.intel.file_desc

Frequently files can be described to give a bit more context. If the $f field is provided this field will be automatically filled out.

type: keyword

irc

Fields exported by the Zeek IRC log

zeek.irc.nick

Nickname given for the connection.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.user

Username given for the connection.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.command

Command given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.value

Value for the command given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.addl

Any additional data for the command.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.dcc.file.name

Present if base/protocols/irc/dcc-send.bro is loaded. DCC filename requested.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.dcc.file.size

Present if base/protocols/irc/dcc-send.bro is loaded. Size of the DCC transfer as indicated by the sender.

type: long

zeek.irc.dcc.mime_type

present if base/protocols/irc/dcc-send.bro is loaded. Sniffed mime type of the file.

type: keyword

zeek.irc.fuid

present if base/protocols/irc/files.bro is loaded. File unique ID.

type: keyword

kerberos

Fields exported by the Zeek Kerberos log

zeek.kerberos.request_type

Request type - Authentication Service (AS) or Ticket Granting Service (TGS).

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.client

Client name.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.service

Service name.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.success

Request result.

type: boolean

zeek.kerberos.error.code

Error code.

type: integer

zeek.kerberos.error.msg

Error message.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.valid.from

Ticket valid from.

type: date

zeek.kerberos.valid.until

Ticket valid until.

type: date

zeek.kerberos.valid.days

Number of days the ticket is valid for.

type: integer

zeek.kerberos.cipher

Ticket encryption type.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.forwardable

Forwardable ticket requested.

type: boolean

zeek.kerberos.renewable

Renewable ticket requested.

type: boolean

zeek.kerberos.ticket.auth

Hash of ticket used to authorize request/transaction.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.ticket.new

Hash of ticket returned by the KDC.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.client.value

Client certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.client.fuid

File unique ID of client cert.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.client.subject

Subject of client certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.server.value

Server certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.server.fuid

File unique ID of server certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.kerberos.cert.server.subject

Subject of server certificate.

type: keyword

modbus

Fields exported by the Zeek modbus log.

zeek.modbus.function

The name of the function message that was sent.

type: keyword

zeek.modbus.exception

The exception if the response was a failure.

type: keyword

zeek.modbus.track_address

Present if policy/protocols/modbus/track-memmap.bro is loaded. Modbus track address.

type: integer

mysql

Fields exported by the Zeek MySQL log.

zeek.mysql.cmd

The command that was issued.

type: keyword

zeek.mysql.arg

The argument issued to the command.

type: keyword

zeek.mysql.success

Whether the command succeeded.

type: boolean

zeek.mysql.rows

The number of affected rows, if any.

type: integer

zeek.mysql.response

Server message, if any.

type: keyword

notice

Fields exported by the Zeek Notice log.

zeek.notice.connection_id

Identifier of the related connection session.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.icmp_id

Identifier of the related ICMP session.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.file.id

An identifier associated with a single file that is related to this notice.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.file.parent_id

Identifier associated with a container file from which this one was extracted.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.file.source

An identification of the source of the file data. E.g. it may be a network protocol over which it was transferred, or a local file path which was read, or some other input source.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.file.mime_type

A mime type if the notice is related to a file.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.file.is_orig

If the source of this file is a network connection, this field indicates if the file is being sent by the originator of the connection or the responder.

type: boolean

zeek.notice.file.seen_bytes

Number of bytes provided to the file analysis engine for the file.

type: long

zeek.notice.ffile.total_bytes

Total number of bytes that are supposed to comprise the full file.

type: long

zeek.notice.file.missing_bytes

The number of bytes in the file stream that were completely missed during the process of analysis.

type: long

zeek.notice.file.overflow_bytes

The number of bytes in the file stream that were not delivered to stream file analyzers. This could be overlapping bytes or bytes that couldn’t be reassembled.

type: long

zeek.notice.fuid

A file unique ID if this notice is related to a file.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.note

The type of the notice.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.msg

The human readable message for the notice.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.sub

The human readable sub-message.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.n

Associated count, or a status code.

type: long

zeek.notice.peer_name

Name of remote peer that raised this notice.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.peer_descr

Textual description for the peer that raised this notice.

type: text

zeek.notice.actions

The actions which have been applied to this notice.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.email_body_sections

By adding chunks of text into this element, other scripts can expand on notices that are being emailed.

type: text

zeek.notice.email_delay_tokens

Adding a string token to this set will cause the built-in emailing functionality to delay sending the email either the token has been removed or the email has been delayed for the specified time duration.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.identifier

This field is provided when a notice is generated for the purpose of deduplicating notices.

type: keyword

zeek.notice.suppress_for

This field indicates the length of time that this unique notice should be suppressed.

type: double

zeek.notice.dropped

Indicate if the source IP address was dropped and denied network access.

type: boolean

ntlm

Fields exported by the Zeek NTLM log.

zeek.ntlm.domain

Domain name given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ntlm.hostname

Hostname given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ntlm.success

Indicate whether or not the authentication was successful.

type: boolean

zeek.ntlm.username

Username given by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ntlm.server.name.dns

DNS name given by the server in a CHALLENGE.

type: keyword

zeek.ntlm.server.name.netbios

NetBIOS name given by the server in a CHALLENGE.

type: keyword

zeek.ntlm.server.name.tree

Tree name given by the server in a CHALLENGE.

type: keyword

ocsp

Fields exported by the Zeek OCSP log Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP). Only created if policy script is loaded.

zeek.ocsp.file_id

File id of the OCSP reply.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.hash.algorithm

Hash algorithm used to generate issuerNameHash and issuerKeyHash.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.hash.issuer.name

Hash of the issuer’s distingueshed name.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.hash.issuer.key

Hash of the issuer’s public key.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.serial_number

Serial number of the affected certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.status

Status of the affected certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.revoke.time

Time at which the certificate was revoked.

type: date

zeek.ocsp.revoke.reason

Reason for which the certificate was revoked.

type: keyword

zeek.ocsp.update.this

The time at which the status being shows is known to have been correct.

type: date

zeek.ocsp.update.next

The latest time at which new information about the status of the certificate will be available.

type: date

pe

Fields exported by the Zeek pe log.

zeek.pe.client

The client’s version string.

type: keyword

zeek.pe.id

File id of this portable executable file.

type: keyword

zeek.pe.machine

The target machine that the file was compiled for.

type: keyword

zeek.pe.compile_time

The time that the file was created at.

type: date

zeek.pe.os

The required operating system.

type: keyword

zeek.pe.subsystem

The subsystem that is required to run this file.

type: keyword

zeek.pe.is_exe

Is the file an executable, or just an object file?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.is_64bit

Is the file a 64-bit executable?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.uses_aslr

Does the file support Address Space Layout Randomization?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.uses_dep

Does the file support Data Execution Prevention?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.uses_code_integrity

Does the file enforce code integrity checks?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.uses_seh

Does the file use structured exception handing?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.has_import_table

Does the file have an import table?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.has_export_table

Does the file have an export table?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.has_cert_table

Does the file have an attribute certificate table?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.has_debug_data

Does the file have a debug table?

type: boolean

zeek.pe.section_names

The names of the sections, in order.

type: keyword

radius

Fields exported by the Zeek Radius log.

zeek.radius.username

The username, if present.

type: keyword

zeek.radius.mac

MAC address, if present.

type: keyword

zeek.radius.framed_addr

The address given to the network access server, if present. This is only a hint from the RADIUS server and the network access server is not required to honor the address.

type: ip

zeek.radius.remote_ip

Remote IP address, if present. This is collected from the Tunnel-Client-Endpoint attribute.

type: ip

zeek.radius.connect_info

Connect info, if present.

type: keyword

zeek.radius.reply_msg

Reply message from the server challenge. This is frequently shown to the user authenticating.

type: keyword

zeek.radius.result

Successful or failed authentication.

type: keyword

zeek.radius.ttl

The duration between the first request and either the "Access-Accept" message or an error. If the field is empty, it means that either the request or response was not seen.

type: integer

zeek.radius.logged

Whether this has already been logged and can be ignored.

type: boolean

rdp

Fields exported by the Zeek RDP log.

zeek.rdp.cookie

Cookie value used by the client machine. This is typically a username.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.result

Status result for the connection. It’s a mix between RDP negotation failure messages and GCC server create response messages.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.security_protocol

Security protocol chosen by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.keyboard_layout

Keyboard layout (language) of the client machine.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.client.build

RDP client version used by the client machine.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.client.client_name

Name of the client machine.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.client.product_id

Product ID of the client machine.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.desktop.width

Desktop width of the client machine.

type: integer

zeek.rdp.desktop.height

Desktop height of the client machine.

type: integer

zeek.rdp.desktop.color_depth

The color depth requested by the client in the high_color_depth field.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.cert.type

If the connection is being encrypted with native RDP encryption, this is the type of cert being used.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.cert.count

The number of certs seen. X.509 can transfer an entire certificate chain.

type: integer

zeek.rdp.cert.permanent

Indicates if the provided certificate or certificate chain is permanent or temporary.

type: boolean

zeek.rdp.encryption.level

Encryption level of the connection.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.encryption.method

Encryption method of the connection.

type: keyword

zeek.rdp.done

Track status of logging RDP connections.

type: boolean

zeek.rdp.ssl

(present if policy/protocols/rdp/indicate_ssl.bro is loaded) Flag the connection if it was seen over SSL.

type: boolean

rfb

Fields exported by the Zeek RFB log.

zeek.rfb.version.client.major

Major version of the client.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.version.client.minor

Minor version of the client.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.version.server.major

Major version of the server.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.version.server.minor

Minor version of the server.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.auth.success

Whether or not authentication was successful.

type: boolean

zeek.rfb.auth.method

Identifier of authentication method used.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.share_flag

Whether the client has an exclusive or a shared session.

type: boolean

zeek.rfb.desktop_name

Name of the screen that is being shared.

type: keyword

zeek.rfb.width

Width of the screen that is being shared.

type: integer

zeek.rfb.height

Height of the screen that is being shared.

type: integer

sip

Fields exported by the Zeek SIP log.

zeek.sip.transaction_depth

Represents the pipelined depth into the connection of this request/response transaction.

type: integer

zeek.sip.sequence.method

Verb used in the SIP request (INVITE, REGISTER etc.).

type: keyword

zeek.sip.sequence.number

Contents of the CSeq: header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.uri

URI used in the request.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.date

Contents of the Date: header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.request.from

Contents of the request From: header Note: The tag= value that’s usually appended to the sender is stripped off and not logged.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.request.to

Contents of the To: header.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.request.path

The client message transmission path, as extracted from the headers.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.request.body_length

Contents of the Content-Length: header from the client.

type: long

zeek.sip.response.from

Contents of the response From: header Note: The tag= value that’s usually appended to the sender is stripped off and not logged.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.response.to

Contents of the response To: header.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.response.path

The server message transmission path, as extracted from the headers.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.response.body_length

Contents of the Content-Length: header from the server.

type: long

zeek.sip.reply_to

Contents of the Reply-To: header.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.call_id

Contents of the Call-ID: header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.subject

Contents of the Subject: header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.user_agent

Contents of the User-Agent: header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.status.code

Status code returned by the server.

type: integer

zeek.sip.status.msg

Status message returned by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.warning

Contents of the Warning: header.

type: keyword

zeek.sip.content_type

Contents of the Content-Type: header from the server.

type: keyword

smb_cmd

Fields exported by the Zeek smb_cmd log.

zeek.smb_cmd.command

The command sent by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.sub_command

The subcommand sent by the client, if present.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.argument

Command argument sent by the client, if any.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.status

Server reply to the client’s command.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.rtt

Round trip time from the request to the response.

type: double

zeek.smb_cmd.version

Version of SMB for the command.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.username

Authenticated username, if available.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.tree

If this is related to a tree, this is the tree that was used for the current command.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.tree_service

The type of tree (disk share, printer share, named pipe, etc.).

type: keyword

file

If the command referenced a file, store it here.

zeek.smb_cmd.file.name

Filename if one was seen.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.file.action

Action this log record represents.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.file.uid

UID of the referenced file.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.file.host.tx

Address of the transmitting host.

type: ip

zeek.smb_cmd.file.host.rx

Address of the receiving host.

type: ip

zeek.smb_cmd.smb1_offered_dialects

Present if base/protocols/smb/smb1-main.bro is loaded. Dialects offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_cmd.smb2_offered_dialects

Present if base/protocols/smb/smb2-main.bro is loaded. Dialects offered by the client.

type: integer

smb_files

Fields exported by the Zeek SMB Files log.

zeek.smb_files.action

Action this log record represents.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_files.fid

ID referencing this file.

type: integer

zeek.smb_files.name

Filename if one was seen.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_files.path

Path pulled from the tree this file was transferred to or from.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_files.previous_name

If the rename action was seen, this will be the file’s previous name.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_files.size

Byte size of the file.

type: long

times

Timestamps of the file.

zeek.smb_files.times.accessed

The file’s access time.

type: date

zeek.smb_files.times.changed

The file’s change time.

type: date

zeek.smb_files.times.created

The file’s create time.

type: date

zeek.smb_files.times.modified

The file’s modify time.

type: date

zeek.smb_files.uuid

UUID referencing this file if DCE/RPC.

type: keyword

smb_mapping

Fields exported by the Zeek SMB_Mapping log.

zeek.smb_mapping.path

Name of the tree path.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_mapping.service

The type of resource of the tree (disk share, printer share, named pipe, etc.).

type: keyword

zeek.smb_mapping.native_file_system

File system of the tree.

type: keyword

zeek.smb_mapping.share_type

If this is SMB2, a share type will be included. For SMB1, the type of share will be deduced and included as well.

type: keyword

smtp

Fields exported by the Zeek SMTP log.

zeek.smtp.transaction_depth

A count to represent the depth of this message transaction in a single connection where multiple messages were transferred.

type: integer

zeek.smtp.helo

Contents of the Helo header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.mail_from

Email addresses found in the MAIL FROM header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.rcpt_to

Email addresses found in the RCPT TO header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.date

Contents of the Date header.

type: date

zeek.smtp.from

Contents of the From header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.to

Contents of the To header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.cc

Contents of the CC header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.reply_to

Contents of the ReplyTo header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.msg_id

Contents of the MsgID header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.in_reply_to

Contents of the In-Reply-To header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.subject

Contents of the Subject header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.x_originating_ip

Contents of the X-Originating-IP header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.first_received

Contents of the first Received header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.second_received

Contents of the second Received header.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.last_reply

The last message that the server sent to the client.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.path

The message transmission path, as extracted from the headers.

type: ip

zeek.smtp.user_agent

Value of the User-Agent header from the client.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.tls

Indicates that the connection has switched to using TLS.

type: boolean

zeek.smtp.process_received_from

Indicates if the "Received: from" headers should still be processed.

type: boolean

zeek.smtp.has_client_activity

Indicates if client activity has been seen, but not yet logged.

type: boolean

zeek.smtp.fuids

(present if base/protocols/smtp/files.bro is loaded) An ordered vector of file unique IDs seen attached to the message.

type: keyword

zeek.smtp.is_webmail

Indicates if the message was sent through a webmail interface.

type: boolean

snmp

Fields exported by the Zeek SNMP log.

zeek.snmp.duration

The amount of time between the first packet beloning to the SNMP session and the latest one seen.

type: double

zeek.snmp.version

The version of SNMP being used.

type: keyword

zeek.snmp.community

The community string of the first SNMP packet associated with the session. This is used as part of SNMP’s (v1 and v2c) administrative/security framework. See RFC 1157 or RFC 1901.

type: keyword

zeek.snmp.get.requests

The number of variable bindings in GetRequest/GetNextRequest PDUs seen for the session.

type: integer

zeek.snmp.get.bulk_requests

The number of variable bindings in GetBulkRequest PDUs seen for the session.

type: integer

zeek.snmp.get.responses

The number of variable bindings in GetResponse/Response PDUs seen for the session.

type: integer

zeek.snmp.set.requests

The number of variable bindings in SetRequest PDUs seen for the session.

type: integer

zeek.snmp.display_string

A system description of the SNMP responder endpoint.

type: keyword

zeek.snmp.up_since

The time at which the SNMP responder endpoint claims it’s been up since.

type: date

socks

Fields exported by the Zeek SOCKS log.

zeek.socks.version

Protocol version of SOCKS.

type: integer

zeek.socks.user

Username used to request a login to the proxy.

type: keyword

zeek.socks.password

Password used to request a login to the proxy.

type: keyword

zeek.socks.status

Server status for the attempt at using the proxy.

type: keyword

zeek.socks.request.host

Client requested SOCKS address. Could be an address, a name or both.

type: keyword

zeek.socks.request.port

Client requested port.

type: integer

zeek.socks.bound.host

Server bound address. Could be an address, a name or both.

type: keyword

zeek.socks.bound.port

Server bound port.

type: integer

zeek.socks.capture_password

Determines if the password will be captured for this request.

type: boolean

ssh

Fields exported by the Zeek SSH log.

zeek.ssh.client

The client’s version string.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.direction

Direction of the connection. If the client was a local host logging into an external host, this would be OUTBOUND. INBOUND would be set for the opposite situation.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.host_key

The server’s key thumbprint.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.server

The server’s version string.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.version

SSH major version (1 or 2).

type: integer

algorithm

Cipher algorithms used in this session.

zeek.ssh.algorithm.cipher

The encryption algorithm in use.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.algorithm.compression

The compression algorithm in use.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.algorithm.host_key

The server host key’s algorithm.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.algorithm.key_exchange

The key exchange algorithm in use.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.algorithm.mac

The signing (MAC) algorithm in use.

type: keyword

zeek.ssh.auth.attempts

The number of authentication attemps we observed. There’s always at least one, since some servers might support no authentication at all. It’s important to note that not all of these are failures, since some servers require two-factor auth (e.g. password AND pubkey).

type: integer

zeek.ssh.auth.success

Authentication result.

type: boolean

ssl

Fields exported by the Zeek SSL log.

zeek.ssl.version

SSL/TLS version that was logged.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.cipher

SSL/TLS cipher suite that was logged.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.curve

Elliptic curve that was logged when using ECDH/ECDHE.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.resumed

Flag to indicate if the session was resumed reusing the key material exchanged in an earlier connection.

type: boolean

zeek.ssl.next_protocol

Next protocol the server chose using the application layer next protocol extension.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.established

Flag to indicate if this ssl session has been established successfully.

type: boolean

zeek.ssl.validation.status

Result of certificate validation for this connection.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.validation.code

Result of certificate validation for this connection, given as OpenSSL validation code.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.last_alert

Last alert that was seen during the connection.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.name

Value of the Server Name Indicator SSL/TLS extension. It indicates the server name that the client was requesting.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.cert_chain

Chain of certificates offered by the server to validate its complete signing chain.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.cert_chain_fuids

An ordered vector of certificate file identifiers for the certificates offered by the server.

type: keyword

issuer

Subject of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.common_name

Common name of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.country

Country code of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.locality

Locality of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.organization

Organization of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.organizational_unit

Organizational unit of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.issuer.state

State or province name of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

subject

Subject of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

zeek.ssl.server.subject.common_name

Common name of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.subject.country

Country code of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.subject.locality

Locality of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.subject.organization

Organization of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.subject.organizational_unit

Organizational unit of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.server.subject.state

State or province name of the X.509 certificate offered by the server.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.cert_chain

Chain of certificates offered by the client to validate its complete signing chain.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.cert_chain_fuids

An ordered vector of certificate file identifiers for the certificates offered by the client.

type: keyword

issuer

Subject of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.common_name

Common name of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.country

Country code of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.locality

Locality of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.organization

Organization of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.organizational_unit

Organizational unit of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.issuer.state

State or province name of the signer of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

subject

Subject of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

zeek.ssl.client.subject.common_name

Common name of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.subject.country

Country code of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.subject.locality

Locality of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.subject.organization

Organization of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.subject.organizational_unit

Organizational unit of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

zeek.ssl.client.subject.state

State or province name of the X.509 certificate offered by the client.

type: keyword

stats

Fields exported by the Zeek stats log.

zeek.stats.peer

Peer that generated this log. Mostly for clusters.

type: keyword

zeek.stats.memory

Amount of memory currently in use in MB.

type: integer

zeek.stats.packets.processed

Number of packets processed since the last stats interval.

type: long

zeek.stats.packets.dropped

Number of packets dropped since the last stats interval if reading live traffic.

type: long

zeek.stats.packets.received

Number of packets seen on the link since the last stats interval if reading live traffic.

type: long

zeek.stats.bytes.received

Number of bytes received since the last stats interval if reading live traffic.

type: long

zeek.stats.connections.tcp.active

TCP connections currently in memory.

type: integer

zeek.stats.connections.tcp.count

TCP connections seen since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.connections.udp.active

UDP connections currently in memory.

type: integer

zeek.stats.connections.udp.count

UDP connections seen since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.connections.icmp.active

ICMP connections currently in memory.

type: integer

zeek.stats.connections.icmp.count

ICMP connections seen since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.events.processed

Number of events processed since the last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.events.queued

Number of events that have been queued since the last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.timers.count

Number of timers scheduled since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.timers.active

Current number of scheduled timers.

type: integer

zeek.stats.files.count

Number of files seen since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.files.active

Current number of files actively being seen.

type: integer

zeek.stats.dns_requests.count

Number of DNS requests seen since last stats interval.

type: integer

zeek.stats.dns_requests.active

Current number of DNS requests awaiting a reply.

type: integer

zeek.stats.reassembly_size.tcp

Current size of TCP data in reassembly.

type: integer

zeek.stats.reassembly_size.file

Current size of File data in reassembly.

type: integer

zeek.stats.reassembly_size.frag

Current size of packet fragment data in reassembly.

type: integer

zeek.stats.reassembly_size.unknown

Current size of unknown data in reassembly (this is only PIA buffer right now).

type: integer

zeek.stats.timestamp_lag

Lag between the wall clock and packet timestamps if reading live traffic.

type: integer

syslog

Fields exported by the Zeek syslog log.

zeek.syslog.facility

Syslog facility for the message.

type: keyword

zeek.syslog.severity

Syslog severity for the message.

type: keyword

zeek.syslog.message

The plain text message.

type: keyword

tunnel

Fields exported by the Zeek SSH log.

zeek.tunnel.type

The type of tunnel.

type: keyword

zeek.tunnel.action

The type of activity that occurred.

type: keyword

weird

Fields exported by the Zeek Weird log.

zeek.weird.name

The name of the weird that occurred.

type: keyword

zeek.weird.additional_info

Additional information accompanying the weird if any.

type: keyword

zeek.weird.notice

Indicate if this weird was also turned into a notice.

type: boolean

zeek.weird.peer

The peer that originated this weird. This is helpful in cluster deployments if a particular cluster node is having trouble to help identify which node is having trouble.

type: keyword

zeek.weird.identifier

This field is to be provided when a weird is generated for the purpose of deduplicating weirds. The identifier string should be unique for a single instance of the weird. This field is used to define when a weird is conceptually a duplicate of a previous weird.

type: keyword

x509

Fields exported by the Zeek x509 log.

zeek.x509.id

File id of this certificate.

type: keyword

certificate

Basic information about the certificate.

zeek.x509.certificate.version

Version number.

type: integer

zeek.x509.certificate.serial

Serial number.

type: keyword

subject

Subject.

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.country

Country provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.common_name

Common name provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.locality

Locality provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.organization

Organization provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.organizational_unit

Organizational unit provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.subject.state

State or province provided in the certificate subject.

type: keyword

issuer

Issuer.

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.country

Country provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.common_name

Common name provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.locality

Locality provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.organization

Organization provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.organizational_unit

Organizational unit provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.issuer.state

State or province provided in the certificate issuer field.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.common_name

Last (most specific) common name.

type: keyword

valid

Certificate validity timestamps

zeek.x509.certificate.valid.from

Timestamp before when certificate is not valid.

type: date

zeek.x509.certificate.valid.until

Timestamp after when certificate is not valid.

type: date

zeek.x509.certificate.key.algorithm

Name of the key algorithm.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.key.type

Key type, if key parseable by openssl (either rsa, dsa or ec).

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.key.length

Key length in bits.

type: integer

zeek.x509.certificate.signature_algorithm

Name of the signature algorithm.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.exponent

Exponent, if RSA-certificate.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.certificate.curve

Curve, if EC-certificate.

type: keyword

san

Subject alternative name extension of the certificate.

zeek.x509.san.dns

List of DNS entries in SAN.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.san.uri

List of URI entries in SAN.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.san.email

List of email entries in SAN.

type: keyword

zeek.x509.san.ip

List of IP entries in SAN.

type: ip

zeek.x509.san.other_fields

True if the certificate contained other, not recognized or parsed name fields.

type: boolean

basic_constraints

Basic constraints extension of the certificate.

zeek.x509.basic_constraints.certificate_authority

CA flag set or not.

type: boolean

zeek.x509.basic_constraints.path_length

Maximum path length.

type: integer

zeek.x509.log_cert

Present if policy/protocols/ssl/log-hostcerts-only.bro is loaded Logging of certificate is suppressed if set to F.

type: boolean