Adversaries may collect keychain storage data from a system to in order to acquire credentials. Keychains are the built-in way for macOS to keep track of users' passwords and credentials for many services and features, including Wi-Fi and website passwords, secure notes, certificates, and Kerberos.
Rule type: eql
Risk score: 73
Runs every: 5 minutes
Maximum alerts per execution: 100
- Threat Detection
- Credential Access
Version: 3 (version history)
Added (Elastic Stack release): 7.12.0
Last modified (Elastic Stack release): 8.2.0
Rule authors: Elastic
Rule license: Elastic License v2
Applications for password management.
## Config If enabling an EQL rule on a non-elastic-agent index (such as beats) for versions <8.2, events will not define `event.ingested` and default fallback for EQL rules was not added until 8.2, so you will need to add a custom pipeline to populate `event.ingested` to @timestamp for this rule to work.
process where event.type == "start" and process.name : "security" and process.args : "-wa" and process.args : ("find-generic-password", "find-internet-password") and process.args : ("Chrome*", "Chromium", "Opera", "Safari*", "Brave", "Microsoft Edge", "Edge", "Firefox*") and not process.parent.executable : "/Applications/Keeper Password Manager.app/Contents/Frameworks/Keeper Password Manager Helper*/Contents/MacOS/Keeper Password Manager Helper*"
Framework: MITRE ATT&CKTM
- Version 3 (8.2.0 release)
- Formatting only
- Version 2 (7.13.0 release)
Updated query, changed from:
event.category:process and event.type:(start or process_started) and process.name:security and process.args:("find-generic-password" or "find-internet-password")