Remove Original IR Pack

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The Hunting Pack is designed to allow you to quickly hunt for indicators of compromise or anomalous network activity by dissecting packet traffic within RSA NetWitness Platform and populating specific meta keys with natural language values for investigation. This package was originally designed by, and distributed through, the RSA Incident Response Team. This content has now been integrated into the officially released content through RSA Live and can be deployed through the product. See https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-62341 for more information about the productized Hunting Pack.

RSA recommends that you remove the old IR Content Pack from your system before deploying the new Hunting Pack.

Note: Some of the original IR Content installed Reports and Rules may need modification or complete removal after updating to the new Hunting pack. Any customization to the older IR Content Reports, or Rules, added to the original IR Content installation should be reviewed prior to removal.

Unsupported Keys

The following keys are not supported by RSA:

  • http.request
  • http.response
  • req.uniq
  • resp.uniq

If you have rules written around any of these keys, we recommend that you contact RSA support for guidance.

Creation of Metadata

  1. Update Reports (or any custom content) to map to the metadata used in the new Hunting Pack.
  2. Stop the creation of duplicate meta. Perform one of the following procedures:

  3. Remove Application Rules from all decoders.
  4. Remove Feeds.

Consumption of Metadata

After you remove the original content, you should remove meta keys from indexes, meta groups, and profiles. For details, see Meta Keys

  1. Remove meta keys from meta groups and profiles.
  2. Remove meta keys from concentrator indexes.
  3. Remove meta keys from decoders.

Lua Parsers

You can disable or remove the IR content Lua parsers.

Note: RSA recommends you remove them.

Disable the IR Pack Lua Parsers

To Disable the IR content pack Lua Parsers:

  1. Depending on your version:

    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the NetWitness menu, select ADMIN > Services.
    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
  2. Select a Decoder service.
  3. In the Actions column, select View > Explore.
  4. Expand decoders > parsers
  5. Click config.

  6. For parsers.disabled, enter the list of parsers to disable:

    IR_1_Advanced_RDP,IR_1_Binary_Indicators,IR_1_Binary_Streams,IR_1_DynDNS,IR_1_Email_Expanded,IR_1_HTTP,IR_1_HTTP_with_Base64_Payload,IR_1_HTTP_with_Binary_Payload,IR_1_ICMP,IR_1_Named_Pipes,IR_1_txrxBytes,IR_2_IR_APT_Artifacts,IR_2_APT_PlugX,IR_2_APT_PNGRAT_TECHNET_IP,IR_2_Base64_CLI_Shell,IR_2_China_Chopper,IR_2_MSU_RAT,IR_2_PoisonIvy,IR_2_Shellcrew Notepad Parser

  7. Click Enter

    You receive a message that the configuration was successful.

You can verify the parsers are disabled by navigating to Administration > Services > Decoder > Config > General.

Remove the IR Pack Lua Parsers

Remove the old IR pack Lua parsers from your Decoders:

  1. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the NetWitness menu, select ADMIN > Services.
  2. Select a Decoder service.
  3. In the Actions column, select View > Config.
  4. Select the Parsers tab.
  5. Search for parsers that have names beginning with IR_, and select only these parsers.
  6. Click to remove the selected parsers.
                                                                                                            
Parser NameMetadata CategoryMetadata Generated

IR_1_Advanced_RDP.lua

language

rdp.info

Extracts keyboard layout

Extracts key

IR_1_Binary_Indicators

ir.general

Binary Indicator

IR_1_Binary_Streams

req.binary res.binary ir.general

Determines binary data in the request stream Determines binary data in the response stream Binary_Handshake

IR_1_DynDNS.lua

risk.info

dynamic dns host, dynamic dns server

IR_1_Email_Expanded.lua

emailfrom

emailto

emailxmailer

emailfromdomain

language

Extracts From: address

Extracts To: address

Extracts X-Mailer:

Extracts domain from From: field

Extracts Language Encoding

IR_1_HTTP.lua

http.request

http.response

req.uniq

res.uniq

agent.ext

ir.general

action

Extracts HTTP Request Headers

Extracts HTTP Response Headers

Extracts unique values from HTTP Request Headers

Extracts unique values from HTTP Response Headers

Extracts User-Agent: field

Explicit_Proxy_Request

put_method

IR_1_HTTP_with_base64.lua

ir.general

http_with_possible_base64

IR_1_HTTP_with_binary.lua

ir.general

HTTP_with_binaryPayload

IR_1_ICMP.lua

action

error

ir.general

ICMP Types and Codes into action and error. Large frames are alerted into ir.general.

IR_1_Named_Pipes.lua

named.pipe

Extracts Named PIPE from SMB/RPC traffic

IR_1_txrxByptes

txbytes rxbytes bytes.ratio

Payload Transmit Bytes Payload Receive Bytes Payload Transmit Receive Ratio

IR_2_APT_Artificats

ir.alert

apt_possible_prefetch_deletion apt_possible_registry_deletion apt_possible_wmic_cleareventlog apt_possible_regedit apt_possible_invokemimikatz

IR_2_apt_PlugX

ir.alert

apt_PlugX apt_PlugX_possible

IR_2_APT_PNGRAT_TECHNET_IP

ir.alert alias.ip

APT_PNGRAT_@MICR0S0FT_IP IP Address

IR_2_B64_Shell

ir.alert

Possible_B64_Shell

IR_2_China_Chopper

ir.alert

ASPX_China_Chopper PHP_China_Chopper CFM_China_Chopper

IR_2_MSU

ir.alert crypto

apt_MSU_RAT XOR key

IR_2_Poison_Ivy

ir.alert ir.general

Possible_Poison_Ivy_Handshake Possible_Poison_Ivy_Beacon

IR_2_sc_notepad

ir.alert

sc_notepad request/response seen - c2 live sc_notepad initial beacon

Application Rules

Remove the old IR pack application rules from your Decoders:

  1. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the NetWitness menu, select ADMIN > Services.
  2. Select a Decoder service.
  3. In the Actions column, select View > Config.
  4. Select the App Rules tab.
  5. In the Filter field, enter three hash tags: ### This returns the list of Application Rules that are part of the original IR pack.
  6. Select the rules that begin with the ### string.
  7. Click to remove the selected rules.

Additionally, the application rules listed in the table below should be removed from your Decoders. Use the steps provided above to search for and remove the additional application rules from your Decoders before you install the new Hunting Pack.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
Rule NameMeta KeyRule
!advertisingir.generalthreat.category != 'advertising'"
!top20dstir.generalir.general != 'top20dst'"
apt_ActiveMonk_UAir.alertclient begins \"Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; Maxthon; TERA\" ||client begins \"Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; Maxthon; XSL\""
apt_Deep_Panda_C2ir.alert(directory = 'Catelog' && action = 'put' && filename = 'login.cgi' ) || (directory = 'Photos' && action = 'get' && filename = 'Query.cgi' ) || (directory = 'forum' && action = 'put' && filename = 'login.cgi' )"
apt_Foxy_RATir.alertaction = 'put' && filename = '404error.asp'"
apt_Lurid_RATir.alertservice = 80 && action = 'put' && client !exists && directory = 'cgi-bin','/Sjwpc/odw3ux'"
apt_MiniASPir.alertquery begins 'device_t='"
apt_NetTravler_RATir.alertfilename = 'nettraveler.asp'"
apt_NFlog_RATir.alertdirectory = 'Nflog' || client = 'www'"
apt_PhotoASP_RATir.alertclient = 'Mozilla/4.0' && filename = 'PHOTO.ASP' && http.request != 'referer'"
apt_PNG_Ratir.alertclient = 'Windows+NT+5.1'"
apt_Sykipot_RATir.alertclient= 'HTTP-GET'"
apt_WebC2_CSir.alertclient = 'Win32' && query begins 'ID=','INDEX='"
apt_ZipToken_UA_POSTir.alertclient = 'HttpBrowser/1.0' && action = 'put'"
bad_org_susp_otherir.generalir.general = 'suspicious_other' && ir.general = 'watchlist_org.dst'"
bad_sslir.generalalias.host = 'localhost' && service = 443 && direction = 'outbound'"
bytes.ratio_high_txir.generalmedium=1 && bytes.ratio = 75-u"
bytes.ratio_low_txir.generalmedium=1 && bytes.ratio = l-25"
bytes.ratio_med_txir.generalmedium=1 && bytes.ratio = 25-75"
bytes.ratio_tx_onlyir.generalrxbytes !exists && medium=1 && bytes.ratio = 100-u"
common_domainsir.generalalias.host ends 'gvt1.com'"
common_srcir.generalorg.src='exacttarget','constant contact','responsys','sitewire marketspace solutions','isdnet','e-dialog','linkedin corporation','qwest communications',
'silverpop systems','psinet','postini','cheetahmail','amazon.com','eloqua corporation','spark marketing llc','ibm-mgt','facebook','omeda communications','easystreet online services'"
Crimeware_Black_Hole_Exploit_Kitir.alertfilename = 'web7.dat'"
Crimeware_Zeusir.alertservice = 80 && action = 'put' && action != 'get' && filename = 'timestamps.php','gameover.php','gameover2.php','gameover3.php','gate.php' && http.request != 'referer'"
Crimeware_Zeus_Knownbadir.alertservice = 80 && query contains 'index.php?r=gate&id='"
direct to ip http requestrisk.suspiciousir.general = 'http_direct_to_ip'"
direct_to_ip_one_char_phpir.generalir.general = 'http_direct_to_ip' && ir.general = 'one_char_php_filename' && query exists"
dynamic_dns_queryir.generalservice = 53 && risk.info = 'dynamic dns host','dynamic dns server'"
Elderwood_XMailer_Artifactir.alertemailxmailer contains '10.40.1836'"
email_fwdir.generalir.general = 'inbound_email' && subject begins 'fwd'"
email_reir.generalir.general = 'inbound_email' && subject begins 're'"
exe_filetypeir.generalfiletype = 'x86_pe','x64_pe' || filetype begins 'windows'"
exe_under_10kir.generalsize=l-10000 && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
exe_under_5Kir.generalsize=l-5000 && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
exe_under_75Kir.generalsize=l-75000 && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
exe-ext_but_!exe-filetypeir.generalextension = 'exe' && ir.general != 'exe_filetype'"
exe-filetype_but_!exe-extir.generalextension exists && extension != 'exe' && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
express_x-mailerir.generalservice=25 && client contains 'express'"
external_dstir.generalir.general != 'rfc1918_dst' && netname.dst !exists"
external_srcir.generalir.general != 'rfc1918_src' && netname.src !exists"
filter_netwitness rule="(tcp.dstport = 50001-50008,50101-50108,56001-56008 || tcp.srcport = 50001-50008,50101-50108,56001-56008) && (netname.src = 'netwitness' || netname.dst = 'netwitness')
first_carveir.generaldirection = 'outbound' && ir.general != 'zero_payload' && ir.general != 'single_sided_tcp' && ir.general != 'single_sided_udp'"
first_carve_!advertisingir.generalir.general='first_carve' && ir.general = '!advertising'"
first_carve_!dnsir.generalir.general='first_carve' && service!=53"
first_carve_!top20dstir.generalir.general='first_carve' && ir.general = '!top20dst'"
first_carve_!top20dst_!advertisingir.generalir.general='first_carve_!top20dst' && ir.general = '!advertising'"
four_http_headersir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request count l-4 && service = 80 && ir.general != 'three_http_headers' && ir.general != 'two_http_headers'"
four_or_less_headersir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request count l-4 && service = 80"
high_tx_outboundir.generalmedium=1 && txbytes=4000000-u && risk.info='outbound_traffic'"
http direct to ip requestrisk.infoir.general = 'http_direct_to_ip'"
http_access_to_dyndns_siteir.generalservice = 80 && risk.info = 'dynamic dns host','dynamic dns server'"
http_connectir.generalservice=80 && (action = 'connect' && action != 'get','head','options','delete','trace','put','patch')"
http_direct_to_ipir.generalservice = 80 && risk.info='http direct to ip request'"
http_get_no_postir.generalservice=80 && action = 'get' && action != 'put','post'"
http_no_uair.generalservice = 80 && agent.ext !exists"
http_post_and_getir.generalservice=80 && action = 'put','post' && action = 'get'"
http_post_no_getir.generalservice=80 && action = 'put','post' && action != 'get'"
http_query_with_base64ir.generalservice = 80 && action = 'GET','POST' && query contains '==' && ir.general != 'top20dst'"
http_response_filenameir.generalres.uniq contains 'filename'"
http_response_filename_attachmentir.generalres.uniq contains 'filename' && res.uniq contains 'attachment'"
http_response_filename_binir.alertir.general = 'http_response_filename_inline','http_response_filename_attachment' && attachment ends 'bin'"
http_response_filename_exeir.alertir.general = 'http_response_filename_inline','http_response_filename_attachment' && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
http_response_filename_inlineir.generalres.uniq contains 'filename' && res.uniq contains 'inline'"
http_tunnel_ratir.alertquery contains '[not%20httptunnel]'"
icmp_large_sessionir.generalsize=1000-u && ip.proto = 1 && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
icmp_tunnelir.generalservice != 0 && ip.proto = 1 && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
ie_short_uair.generalir.general begins 'short_ie'"
inbounddirectionir.general = 'external_src' && ir.general = 'internal_dst'"
inbound_emailir.generalservice=25 && direction = 'inbound'"
inbound_trafficir.generalorg.src exists && ir.general != 'zero_payload' && ir.general != 'single_sided_tcp' && ir.general != 'single_sided_udp'"
interesting_emailir.generalir.general = 'inbound_email' && ir.general = 'mail_!common_src' && ir.general != 'email_re' && ir.general != 'email_fwd'"
internal_dstir.generalir.general = 'rfc1918_dst' || netname.dst exists"
internal_srcir.generalir.general = 'rfc1918_src' || netname.src exists"
invalid_alias.hostir.generalrisk.suspicious='hostname invalid'"
java_1.3ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.3'"
java_1.4ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.4'"
java_1.5ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.5'"
java_1.6ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.6'"
java_1.7ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.7'"
java_1.8ir.generalagent.ext contains 'java' && agent.ext contains '1.8'"
java_exeir.alertir.general='first_carve' && agent.ext contains 'java' && ir.general = 'exe_filetype'"
java_pdfir.alertir.general contains 'java' && filetype = 'pdf'"
Known_Bad_File_Nameir.alertfilename = 'appletLow.jar','appletHigh.jar','DOITYOUR02.html','DOITYOUR01.txt','logo1229.swf','Func1.class','Tmpschdeul.class'"
Known_Bad_Self_Signed_Cert_MyCompanyLtdir.alertssl.ca=\"MyCompany Ltd.\" && ssl.subject=\"MyCompany Ltd.\" || ssl.subject=\"MyCompany Ltd.\""
Known_Bad_UA_CredentialLeak_ruleir.alertclient = \"HardCore Software For : Public\" "
Known_Bad_UA_IE6Beta_ruleir.alertclient contains 'MSIE 6.0b'"
Known_Bad_UA_UPSPhishing_ruleir.alertclient = 'Our_Agent' "
large_dns_serviceir.generalservice = 53 && size=100000-u && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
large_session_dns_portir.generaltcp.dstport = 53 && size=100000-u && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
local_suffix ruleir.generalalias.host ends '<customer's domain suffixes>'
long_connectionir.generallifetime = 30-u"
long_http_queryir.generalservice = 80 && query length 256-u && query count l-1"
long_uair.generalagent.ext length 56-u"
long_ua2ir.generalagent.ext length 75-u"
mail_!common_srcir.generalservice = 25 && ir.general != 'common_src'"
malware_sinkholeir.alerthttp.response contains 'sinkhole'"
malware_sinkholeir.alertserver contains 'sinkhole'"
max_length_uair.generalagent.ext length 256-u"
med_tx_outboundir.generalmedium=1 && txbytes=1024000-u && txbytes =l-4000000 && risk.info='outbound_traffic'"
mid_uair.generalagent.ext exists && ir.general = 'long_ua' && ir.general != 'long_ua2'"
mozilla_3ir.generalagent.ext begins 'mozilla/3.0'"
mozilla_4ir.generalagent.ext begins 'mozilla/4.0'"
mozilla_5ir.generalagent.ext begins 'mozilla/5.0'"
netbox_Serverir.generalserver begins 'Netbox'"
netwitnessnetname.srcip.src = <customer_netwitness_ip_list>
netwitnessnetname.dstip.dst = <customer_netwitness_ip_list>

odd_alias.host

ir.general

ir.general != 'invalid_alias.host' && ir.general != 'odd_domain_filter' && alias.host regex
'([bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxyz][bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxyz][bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxyz][bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxyz]){2,}'

odd_domain_filter

ir.general

alias.host ends '.telemetryverification.net','.crwdcntrl.net','.cloudfront.net','.gstatic.com','.disqus.com',
'.112.2o7.net','.sophosxl.com','.lognormal.net'

one_char_php_filenameir.generalfilename length 5 && extension='php'"
one_two_filename_java_classir.generalfilename length 7-8 && extension='class'"
outbounddirectionir.general = 'internal_src' && ir.general = 'external_dst'"
outbound_dnsir.generalservice = 53 && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
outbound_syslogir.generaludp.dstport = 514 && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
outbound_trafficrisk.infoir.general = 'internal_src' && ir.general = 'external_dst'"
possible_cybercrimeir.alertquery contains 'index.php?r=gate&id='"
possible_exploitkit_indicatorir.generalir.general='first_carve' && ir.general = 'java_1.5','java_1.6','java_1.7','java_1.8' && ir.general = 'http_get_no_post'"
possible_malware_uair.alertir.general = 'first_carve' && agent.ext begins 'user-agent: '"
possible_malware_uair.alertclient contains 'GTB0.0; '"
Possible_Poison_Ivyir.alertservice = 0 && tcp.dstport = 443,79,80,81,7000 && payload = 256 && lifetime = 0 && rpayload !exists "
possible_redkitir.alertir.general = 'first_carve' && filename = 'hmod.html','332.jar','887.jar','987.pdf'"
possible_zeroaccess_p2p_botnetir.alertservice=0 && (tcp.dstport=16464,16471 || udp.dstport=16464,16465,16470,16471) && ir.general = 'rfc1918_src'"
post_no_get_no_referir.generalir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && http.request != 'referer'"
post_no_get_no_refer_directtoipir.generalir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && ir.general='http_direct_to_ip' && http.request != 'referer'"
potential_beaconir.generalservice = 0 && ir.general = 'watchlist_ports' && size=l-1200 && packets=4-u && risk.info = 'outbound_traffic'"
psexec_remote_executionir.generalservice = 139 && filename = 'psexesvc.exe'"
rfc1918_dstir.generalip.dst = 10.0.0.0/8,172.16.0.0/12,192.168.0.0/16"
rfc1918_srcir.generalip.src = 10.0.0.0/8,172.16.0.0/12,192.168.0.0/16"
session_size_0-5kir.generalstreams=2 && size=l-5120"
session_size_10-50kir.generalstreams=2 && size=l-51200 && size = 10240-u"
session_size_100-250kir.generalstreams=2 && size=l-256000 && size=102400-u"
session_size_5-10kir.generalstreams=2 && size=l-10240 && size=5120-u"
session_size_50-100kir.generalstreams=2 && size=l-102400 && size=51200-u"
short_filenameir.generalir.general='first_carve_!dns' && filename length 5-7 && extension length 3"
short_ie_10ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 10'"
short_ie_11ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 11'"
short_ie_3ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 3'"
short_ie_4ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 4'"
short_ie_5ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 5'"
short_ie_6ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 6'"
short_ie_7ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 7'"
short_ie_8ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 8'"
short_ie_9ir.generalir.general != 'long_ua' && agent.ext contains 'ie 9'"
short_uair.generalagent.ext exists && ir.general != 'long_ua'"
single_sided_tcpir.generalip.proto = 6 && streams = 1 && payload = 0 && service = 0"
single_sided_udpir.generalip.proto = 17 && streams = 1"
six_or_less_headersir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request count l-6 && service = 80"
small_java_classir.generalsize=l-10000 && filetype='java_class','java class'"
small_java_jarir.generalsize=l-10000 && filetype='java_jar','java jar'"
smb_at_commandir.alertnamed.pipe contains 'atsvc'"
subject_phishir.generalir.general = 'interesting_email' && subject contains 'update','important','notice','attention','please','vpn'"

suspicious_4headers

ir.general

ir.general='first_carve' && ir.general='http_post_no_get' && ir.general='four_or_less_headers' &&
agent.ext != 'shockwave flash'

suspicious_6headers

ir.general

ir.general='first_carve' && ir.general='http_post_no_get' && ir.general !='four_or_less_headers' &&
ir.general='six_or_less_headers' && agent.ext != 'shockwave flash'

Suspicious_Connect

ir.general

ir.general = 'HTTP_CONNECT' && ir.general ends '_http_headers' && http.request != 'User-Agent'
&& ssl.ca !exists && ssl.subject !exists

suspicious_other

ir.general

ir.general = 'first_carve' && service = 0 && ir.general = 'long_connection' && tcp.dstport exists &&
risk.info = 'flags_syn' && ir.general != 'top20dst'

suspicious_tcp_beaconing

ir.general

(ip.proto=6 && streams = 1 && risk.info = 'flags_syn' && risk.info != 'flags_ack' && risk.info != 'flags_psh' &&
risk.info != 'flags_fin' && risk.info != 'flags_rst' && ir.general != 'rfc1918_dst') || (ip.proto = 6 && streams = 2 &&
risk.info = 'flags_syn' && risk.info = 'flags_rst' && risk.info != 'flags_psh' && risk.info != 'flags_fin' && ir.general
!= 'rfc1918_dst' && payload = 0)

suspicious_traffic_over_53

ir.general

risk.info = 'outbound_traffic' && (service = 80 || service = 443) && tcp.dstport = 53

suspiciously_named_domains

ir.general

alias.host contains 'google','yahoo','microsoft','trendmicro','facebook','twitter','adobe','solaris','cisco',
'symantec','amazon' && ir.general != 'well_known_domains','local_suffix' && alias.host count l-1

three_http_headersir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request count l-3 && service = 80 && ir.general != 'two_http_headers'"
tld_is_com_org_netir.generaltld = 'com','org','net'"
tld_is_not_com_org_netir.generaltld exists && ir.general != 'tld_is_com_org_net'"

top20dst

ir.general

org.dst='akamai technologies','google','microsoft corp','rcn corporation','server central network',
'amazon.com','microsoft hosting','level 3 communications','yahoo!','limelight networks',
'edgecast networks','facebook','global crossing','altavista company','mcafee','apple',
'america online','adobe systems','dropbox','cotendo'

top20src

ir.general

service=25 && org.src='exacttarget','constant contact','responsys','sitewire marketspace solutions',
'isdnet','e-dialog','linkedin corporation','qwest communications','silverpop systems','psinet','postini',
'cheetahmail','amazon.com','eloqua corporation','spark marketing llc','ibm-mgt','facebook',
'omeda communications','easystreet online services'

Trojan/Napolarir.alerthttp.request = 'Agtid'"
two_http_headersir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request count l-2 && service = 80"
ua_begins_mozillair.generalagent.ext begins 'mozilla/'"
ua_non_standard_mozillair.generalir.general = 'ua_begins_mozilla' && ir.general != 'mozilla_3' && ir.general != 'mozilla_4' && ir.general != 'mozilla_5'"
ua_not_good_mozillair.generalagent.ext exists && ir.general != 'ua_begins_mozilla'"
watchlist_file_extensionir.generalextension = 'exe','cgi','php','bin','rar','zip','pdf','txt','js','jar','bat'"
watchlist_file_fingerprintir.generalfiletype = 'windows_executable','windows_dll','java_jar','zip','pdf','rar','java_class'"
watchlist_org.dstir.generalorg.dst contains 'hurricane','linode','ovh','rackspace'"
watchlist_portsir.generaltcp.dstport = 21,22,23,25,53,80,110,137,138,139,143,443,445"
web_susp_actir.generalagent.ext contains ';)','; )'"
web_susp_actir.generalir.general = 'short_filename' && ir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && extension = 'php','asp','aspx','cgi','pl'"
web_susp_actir.generalir.general='http_post_no_get' && ir.general ends 'http_headers' && agent.ext != 'shockwave flash'"
web_susp_actir.generalhttp.request != 'content-length' && ir.general = 'http_post_no_get'"
web_susp_actir.generalhttp.request = 'content-length' && ir.general = 'http_get_no_post'"
web_susp_actir.generalhttp.request exists && http.request != 'user-agent'"
web_susp_actir.generalir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && ir.general ends 'short_ua'"
web_susp_act_alias.hostir.generalservice = 80 && ir.general = 'web_susp_act' && ir.general='http_direct_to_ip'"
web_susp_act_direct_to_ipir.generalservice = 80 && ir.general = 'web_susp_act' && ir.general='http_direct_to_ip'"
web_susp_act_no_cookieir.generalir.general ='http_post_no_get' && http.response EXISTS && http.response != 'cookie' && http.response != 'set-cookie'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalaction = 'head' && extension = 'zip','rar','exe','dll','jsp','php','vbs','bat','asp','aspx' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalaction = 'put_method' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && extension = 'php','jsp','class','java','cfm','cgi','dll','pl','asp','aspx' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains '\\+\\%','\\%70\\%68\\%70\\%' && ir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains 'c\\:\\\\','d\\:\\\\','e\\:\\\\','f\\:\\\\','g\\:\\\\','h\\:\\\\' && ir.general = 'http_post_no_get' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains 'command\\=' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains 'dallow_url_fopen','ddisable_functions','dallow_url_include' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains 'targetHost','targetPort','downfile','uplMonitor','servicePort','getData','cmd=','GetFile','Command'"
webshell_indicatorir.generalquery contains '.exe' && direction = 'inbound'"
webshell_indicator_http_errorir.generalir.general = 'webshell_indicator' && error exists"
webshell_indicator_no_http_errorir.generalir.general = 'webshell_indicator' && error !exists"

well_known_domains

ir.general

alias.host count l-1 && alias.host = 'apple.com','adobe.com','adobe.co.uk','solaris.com','cisco.com',
'cisco.co.uk','symantec.com','amazon.com','amazon.cn','amazon.fr','amazon.com.br','amazon.de',
'amazon.se','amazon.es','amazon.it','amazon.co.jp','amazon.co.uk','symantecliveupdate.com',
'amazonaws.com','googlesyndication.com','google-analytics.com','googleadservices.com',
'googleusercontent.com','facebook.net','images-amazon.com','doubleclick.net','akadns.net'

well_known_domains

ir.general

alias.host count l-1 && alias.host = 'google.com','google.com.sg','google.co.uk','google.com.ar',
'googleapis.com','googleads.com','google.be','google.ch','google.com.hk','google.fr','google.ru',
'google.es','googlemail.com','googlemail.co.uk','yahoo.com','yahoo.com.us','yahoo.co.uk',
'yahoodns.net','yahoo.net','yahoo.co.jp','yahoo-email.com','microsoft.com','microsoft.co.uk',
'trendmicro.com','facebook.com','twitter.com','twitter.co.uk'

well_known_domains

ir.general

alias.host count l-1 && alias.host ends
'.apple.com','.adobe.com','.adobe.co.uk','.solaris.com','.cisco.com','.cisco.co.uk','.symantec.com',
'.amazon.com','.amazon.cn','.amazon.fr','.amazon.com.br','.amazon.de','.amazon.se','.amazon.es',
'.amazon.it','.amazon.co.jp','.amazon.co.uk','.symantecliveupdate.com','.amazonaws.com',
'.googlesyndication.com','.google-analytics.com','.googleadservices.com','.googleusercontent.com',
'.facebook.net','.images-amazon.com','.doubleclick.net','.akadns.net'

well_known_domains

ir.general

alias.host count l-1 && alias.host ends
'.google.com','.google.com.sg','.google.co.uk','.google.com.ar','.googleapis.com','.googleads.com',
'.google.be','.google.ch','.google.com.hk','.google.fr','.google.ru','.google.es','.googlemail.com',
'.googlemail.co.uk','.yahoo.com','.yahoo.com.us','.yahoo.co.uk','.yahoodns.net','.yahoo.net',
'.yahoo.co.jp','.yahoo-email.com','.microsoft.com','.microsoft.co.uk','.trendmicro.com',
'.facebook.com','.twitter.com','.twitter.co.uk'

wget_direct_to_ipir.generalclient begins 'wget' && alias.host !exists"
xor_exeir.alertrisk.warning='xor encoded executable'"
Xtreme_RATir.alertfilename = '1234567890.functions'"
zero_payloadir.generalstreams = 2 && payload = 0 && service != 443,22"

Feeds

Remove the feeds supplied in the IR content pack. All actively supported feeds should be downloaded through Live, and can be searched by Resource Type of RSA Feed.

To remove the old IR pack feeds from your Decoders:

  1. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the NetWitness menu, select ADMIN > Services.
  2. Select a Decoder service.
  3. In the Actions column, select View > Config.
  4. Select the Feeds tab.
  5. Search for feeds that have names beginning with IR_, and select only these feeds.
  6. Click to remove the selected feeds.
               
Original IR feeds to remove

ir_1_advertising_domains

ir_2_possible_malware_ua

Meta Keys

The meta keys that are populated as a result of the IR content pack deployment are listed below. Remove these entries where they exist from the following configuration files:

  • index-broker-custom.xml
  • index-concentrator-custom.xml
  • index-decoder-custom.xml

Consequences of Removing Meta Keys

Caution: Historical reports that use meta related to the original IR Content pack will not run if the meta keys listed in the IR Meta Keys section are removed.

If you run a rule that used meta from the IR Content pack, you receive an error similar to the following:

If you run a report that used meta from the IR Content pack, you receive an error similar to the following:

Procedure for Removing Meta Keys

To remove the old IR pack meta keys from your Brokers, Concentrators, and Decoders:

  1. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the NetWitness menu, select ADMIN > Services.
  2. You will need to do this for your Brokers, Concentrators, and Decoders:

    1. Select the appropriate service (Broker, Concentrator or Decoder).
    2. In the Actions column, select View > Config.
    3. Select the Files tab.
    4. Select the appropriate index file to match the service:

      • index-broker-custom.xml
      • index-concentrator-custom.xml, or
      • index-decoder-custom.xml
    5. Find the meta keys (as listed in the following table), and delete them from the file.
    6. Click Apply to save your changes.
    7. Restart the service to immediately apply the changes, or wait for the next index save.

      Note: An index save occurs through either a scheduled task that runs at some interval, usually between 6 to 24 hours, or by the number of sessions received since the last save. See the Index Saves section in the Optimization Techniques topic in the Core Database Tuning Guide for more information on this topic).

    8. If you have meta groups that use the old keys, proceed to section Update IR Meta Groups to Remove the Old Keys.
    9. If you do not have meta groups that use the old keys, and want to immediately remove the deleted keys from use in the UI, restart the jettysrv. To restart the jettysrv, SSH in to the Security Analytics Server, and run the following command:

      restart jettysrv

IR Meta Keys

Note: While the following keys should be removed from all 3 index files, the complete text for a key may vary between the 3 index files. Just make sure to remove the complete entry for each of these keys.

       

<!-- IR Keys -->

<key description="IR Alert" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="ir.alert" valueMax="10000" />

<key description="IR General" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="ir.general" valueMax="10000" />

<!-- IR Feed based Keys -->

<key description="IR Feed" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="ir.feed" valueMax="100000" />

<key description="IR MD5" format="Text" level="IndexNone" name="ir.md5" />

<key description="IR Description" format="Text" level="IndexKeys" name="ir.desc" />

<!-- Feeds -->

<!-- Netname -->

<key description="Source NetName" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="netname.src" valueMax="1000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Destination NetName" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="netname.dst" valueMax="1000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<!-- Parsers -->

<!-- email.url.host (from NW Live) -->

<key description="Email URL Host" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="email.url.host" defaultAction="Closed" valueMax="500000"/>

<!-- email_expanded_parser -->

<key description="Email Mail From" level="IndexValues" name="mailfrom" format="Text" valueMax="500000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email RCPT To" level="IndexValues" name="rcptto" format="Text" valueMax="500000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email From" level="IndexValues" name="emailfrom" format="Text" valueMax="500000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email To" level="IndexValues" name="emailto" format="Text" valueMax="500000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email X-Mailer" level="IndexKeys" name="emailxmailer" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email Mail from Domain" level="IndexValues" name="mailfromdomain" format="Text" valueMax="500000" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email RCPT TO Domain" level="IndexKeys" name="rcpttodomain" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Email From Display Name" level="IndexKeys" name="fromname" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<!-- full_useragent -->

<key description="User-Agent Extended" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="agent.ext" defaultAction="Closed" valueMax="500000" />

<!-- HTTP_headers -->

<key description="HTTP Request Header" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="http.request" defaultAction="Closed" valueMax="5000" />

<key description="HTTP Response Header" format="Text" level="IndexValues" name="http.response" defaultAction="Closed" valueMax="5000" />

<key description="Unique HTTP Request Header" level="IndexKeys" name="req.uniq" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Unique HTTP Response Header" level="IndexKeys" name="res.uniq" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<!-- Named_Pipe -->

<key description="Pipe Details" level="IndexValues" name="named.pipe" valueMax="10000" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<!-- Advanced RDP -->

<key description="RDP Info" level="IndexValues" name="rdp.info" valueMax="10000" format="Text" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<!-- TxRx Bytes Parser -->

<key description="Payload Transmit Bytes" level="IndexNone" name="txbytes" format="UInt32" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Payload Receive Bytes" level="IndexNone" name="rxbytes" format="UInt32" defaultAction="Closed"/>

<key description="Payload Transmit Receive Ratio" level="IndexValues" name="bytes.ratio" format="UInt8" valueMax="101" defaultAction="Closed"/>

Update IR Meta Groups to Remove the Old Keys

  1. Find meta groups. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Investigation > Navigate.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the UI, select INVESTIGATE, then select a Service (for example a Decoder), and click Navigate.
  2. Click Load Values to view recent data.
  3. From the Meta drop-down menu, choose Manage Meta Groups.
  4. If any groups use the old keys, replace them with the appropriate new key—see the Content Mapping of Meta Keys section for details.
  5. To remove the old keys so that they are immediately unavailable from the UI, restart the jettysrv.

    1. SSH in to the Security Analytics Server.
    2. Run the following command:

      restart jettysrv

Lists, Rules, and Reports

The reports within the IR Content Pack use meta keys of ir.general and ir.alert. If you wish to continue using these reports, then use the Content Mapping of Meta Keys table at the end of the document to remap these meta keys and values to the new Hunting Pack. The Hunting Pack will be distributed with two new reports – Hunting Summary and Hunting Details – that use the new metadata, but at a high level.

If you do not wish to continue using the old reports, below are steps to remove them, as well as a full list of items that were provided as part of the IR Content Pack. Remove the Lists, Rules, and then Reports in that order. (There could be dependencies between the three, with reports dependent upon rules, and rules dependent on lists.)

Lists

  1. Find meta groups. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Reports > Manage.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the UI, select MONITOR > Reports.
  2. Select Lists from the menu bar.
  3. Select the IR content lists as shown here:

  4. Click to remove the selected lists.

These are the IR content pack Lists:

  • Cloud_Service_Providers
  • Cloud_Storage_Providers
  • RSA-LIST-alias.host_profiler
  • RSA-LIST-DNS_Filter
  • RSA-LIST-ip.dst_profiler
  • RSA-LIST-ip.src_profiler
  • RSA-LIST-OddHostnames_Filter
  • Streaming_Service_Providers

Rules

  1. Find meta groups. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Reports > Manage.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the UI, select MONITOR > Reports.
  2. Select Rules from the menu bar.
  3. Select the IR content rules as shown here:

  4. Click to remove the selected rules.

These are the IR content pack Rules:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
IR content pack Rules

Adobe Flash Version Outbound

Adult

alert

Alias.host by Java Version

alias.host_profiler_containsmatch

alias.host_profiler_exactmatch

Bittorrent by alias.host

Bittorrent by ip.dst

Bittorrent by ip.src

Browsers

Browsers Outbound

Browsers_1

Compressed_File_Upload

Default Accounts

Default Accounts(1)

Default Passwords

Default Passwords(1)

Destination Country Outbound

DNS Large Number of Authority Records to Loopback IP

DNS Large Number of Authority Records to Loopback IP - Top 15

DNS Large Number of Authority Records without Answer

DNS Large Number of Authority Records without Answer - Top 15

Domains - Executable Delivery

Dynamic DNS by alias.host

Dynamic DNS HTTP by alias.host

Embedded Java Filenames

Executable Overview

Executables from blacklisted hosts - All

Executables with abnormal characteristics - All

ExploitKit Indicator

External DNS Reflection

First Watch - DNS

First Watch - HTTP

First Watch - Non- HTTP_DNS_OTHER

First Watch - OTHER

Ip.dst by Java Version Direct to IP

ip.dst_profiler

ip.src

ip.src_profiler

ip.src_to_alias.host_profiler_containsmatch

ip.src_to_alias.host_profiler_exactmatch

ip.src_to_ip.dst_profiler

ir.alert

ir.general

ir_ona_2013_domain

ir_watchlist_domain_oct2013

Java

Java Outbund

Loopback Traffic Top 50 Talkers

Mobile OS Outbound

MS Excel Version Outbound

MS Outlook Version Outbound

MS Word Version Outbound

odd_alias.host - DNS

odd_alias.host - HTTP

odd_alias.host - Non-HTTP_DNS

Operating Systems

Operating Systems - Mobile Devices

OS Outbound

       Outbound Services over non-standard port by tcp.dstport & alias.host

Outbound Services over non-standard port by tcp.dstport & ip.dst direct to IP

Outbound Services over non-standard port by tcp.dstport & ip.src

Pastebin Overview

Peer to Peer

Plaintext Passwords - Sorted

Plaintext Passwords - Sorted(1)

Risk Info

Risk Suspicious

Risk Warning

Security Tools

Self-Signed-Certs

Services over non-standard port

short_ie_10

short_ie_3

short_ie_4

short_ie_5

short_ie_6

short_ie_7

short_ie_8

short_ie_9

Small Java Class

Small Java Jar

Small_EXE

Src Country Inbound

Streaming Services

Suspicious Domains - DNS

Suspicious Domains - HTTP

Suspicious Domains - Non-HTTP_DNS

suspicious_4headers

suspicious_4headers - Direct to IP

suspicious_6headers

suspicious_6headers - Direct to IP

Suspicious_HTTP

Suspicious_Other_Connections

Suspicious_TCP_Beaconing

Threat Category

Threat Description

Threat Source

Top Cloud Hosting Providers

Top Cloud Storage Providers

Top Outbound  ip.src by Session Count

Top Outbound agent.ext by Session Count

Top Outbound agent.ext by Session Size

Top Outbound alias.host by Session Count

Top Outbound alias.host by Session Size

Top Outbound country.dst by Session Count

Top Outbound country.dst by Session Size

Top Outbound ip.dst by Session Count

Top Outbound ip.dst by Session Size

Top Outbound ip.src by Session Size

Top Outbound org.dst by Session Count

Top Outbound org.dst by Session Size

Top Outbound service by Session Count

Top Outbound service by Session Size

Top Outbound Website Categories by Session Count

Top Outbound Website Categories by Session Size

TOR Exit Node

UA_does_not_begin_Mozilla (Non-Java)

UA_does_not_begin_Mozilla (Non-Java) - Detail

UDP_Overview

Unidentified User Agents Outbound

Watchlist TLD (Get_No_Post)

Watchlist TLD (Post_No_Get)

Windows OS versions Outbound

Reports

  1. Find meta groups. Depending on your version:

    • For Security Analytics 10.x: In the Security Analytics menu, select Reports > Manage.
    • For NetWitness 11.x: In the UI, select MONITOR > Reports.
  2. Select Reports from the menu bar.
  3. Select the IR content reports as shown here:

  4. Click to remove the selected reports.
                                                          
IR content pack Reports

BRASS

Report

RSA-ALIAS.HOST Profiler

RSA-Alias.host Profiler Contains Match

RSA-Compliance

RSA-DNS

RSA-Executable Overview

RSA-FirstWatch

RSA-Hostnames

RSA-HTTP

RSA-Improper Usage

RSA-Interesting Meta

RSA-IP.DST Profiler

RSA-IP.SRC Profiler

RSA-IP.SRC to ALIAS.HOST Profiler Contains Match

RSA-IP.SRC to ALIAS.HOST Profiler Exact Match

RSA-IP.SRC to IP.DST Profiler

RSA-IR Watchlist

RSA-Java

RSA-Network Activity

RSA-Non-Standard Ports

RSA-Other

RSA-UserAgents

Source Address

Content Mapping of Meta Keys

If you have content built on top of the old IR content pack, it should be rewritten to map to the new meta keys and values.

Unsupported Keys

The following keys are not supported by RSA:

  • http.request
  • http.response
  • req.uniq
  • resp.uniq

If you have rules written around any of these keys, we recommend that you contact RSA support for guidance.

Mapping Table

The following table describes these mappings.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Old Meta Key

Meta Key Value

New Meta Key

New Meta Key Value / Details

agent.ext

variable client string

client

For HTTP traffic clients, use service=80 and client exists

bytes.ratio

high

analysis.session

ratio high transmitted

bytes.ratio

medium

analysis.session

ratio medium transmitted

bytes.ratio

low

analysis.session

ratio low transmitted

emailfrom

variable

email.src

An email address indicating the originator of the email message.

Disabled by default. Enable this key using the Mail_lua_options file.

emailto

variable

email.dst

An email address indicating the recipient of the email message.

Disabled by default. Enable this key using the Mail_lua_options file.

ir.general

rfc1918_src

none

Replaced by Traffic Flow parser

ir.general

suspicious_other

analysis.session

suspicious other

ir.general

bad_org_susp_other

analysis.session

suspicious other bad org

ir.general

inbound_email

analysis.service

inbound email

ir.general

express_x-mailer

None

Replaced by "express x-mailer"

ir.general

interesting_email

analysis.service

interesting email

ir.general

email_fwd

analysis.service

email fwd

ir.general

tld_is_not_com_org_net

analysis.service

tld not com net org

ir.general

subject_phish

analysis.service

subject phish

ir.general

email_re

analysis.service

email re

ir.general

tld_is_com_org_net

none

Was only used to get to "tld_is_not_com_org_net", which was replaced by "tld not com net org"

ir.general

ua_begins_mozilla

none

Was only used to get to "ua_not_good_mozilla", which was replaced by "http nonstandard Mozilla"

ir.general

ua_not_good_mozilla

analysis.service

http not good mozilla

ir.general

ua_non_standard_mozilla

analysis.service

http nonstandard mozilla

ir.general

bad_ssl

analysis.service

bad ssl

ir.general

mozilla_5

none

Was only used to get to "ua_not_good_mozilla", which was replaced by "http nonstandard Mozilla"

ir.general

mozilla_4

none

Was only used to get to "ua_not_good_mozilla", which was replaced by "http nonstandard Mozilla"

ir.general

mozilla_3

none

Was only used to get to "ua_not_good_mozilla", which was replaced by "http nonstandard Mozilla"

ir.general

http_direct_to_ip

analysis.service

http direct to ip request

ir.general

exe_under_75K

analysis.file

exe under 75k

ir.general

exe_under_5K

analysis.file

exe under 5k

ir.general

!top20dst

analysis.session

not top 20 dst

ir.general

short_filename

none

Was only used to get to one of the "web_susp_act" meta: that particular variation was replaced by "http post no get short filename suspicious extension."

ir.general

well_known_domains

none

was only used to get to "suspiciously_named_domains", which was replaced by "suspiciously named domain"

ir.general

odd_alias.host

none

Was only used to get to "odd_alias.host", which was replaced by "hostname consecutive consonants"

ir.general

invalid_alias.host

analysis.service

hostname invalid

ir.general

direct_to_ip_one_char_php

analysis.service

direct to ip one char php

ir.general

one_char_php_filename

None

Was only used to get to "direct_to_ip_one_char_php", which was replaced by "direct to ip one char php"

ir.general

potential_beacon

analysis.session

potential beacon

ir.general

outbound_syslog

analysis.session

outbound syslog

ir.general

suspicious_traffic_over_53

analysis.service

suspicious traffic port 53

ir.general

large_session_dns_port

analysis.service

large session dns port

ir.general

large_dns_service

analysis.service

large session dns service

ir.general

icmp_tunnel

analysis.session

icmp tunnel

ir.general

icmp_large_session

analysis.session

icmp large session

ir.general

wget_direct_to_ip

analysis.service

http wget direct to ip

ir.general

suspiciously_named_domains

analysis.service

suspiciously named domain

ir.general

outbound_dns

analysis.service

outbound dns

ir.general

POST_no_GET_no_REFER_DIRECTtoIP

analysis.service

http post no get no referer directtoip

ir.general

Netbox_Server

analysis.service

http netbox server

ir.general

webshell_indicator_no_http_error

analysis.service

http webshell no error

ir.general

webshell_indicator_http_error

analysis.service

http webshell errortld

ir.general

webshell_indicator

analysis.service

http webshell

ir.general

web_susp_act_direct_to_ip

none

This meta key was identical to "web_susp_act_direct_to_ip" app rule.

ir.general

web_susp_act_alias.host

none

Any set of conditions which resulted in "web_susp_act," which was also a direct-to-ip request, resulted in this meta. There is no direct replacement.

ir.general

web_susp_act

none

There were several of these, each was replaced with more specific and descriptive values (for example, "http post no get short filename suspicious extension")

ir.general

top20dst

none

Was only used to get to "!top20dst", which was replaced by "not top 20 dst"

ir.general

odd_domain_filter

none

Was only used to get to "suspiciously_named_domains", which was replaced by "suspiciously named domain"

ir.general

POST_no_GET_No_REFER

analysis.service

http post no get no referer

ir.general

session_size_100-250k

analysis.session

session size 100-250k

ir.general

exe_under_10k

analysis.file

exe under 10k

ir.general

session_size_10-50k

analysis.session

session size 10-50k

ir.general

four_or_less_headers

analysis.service

http four or less headers

ir.general

session_size_50-100k

analysis.session

session size 50-100k

ir.general

four_http_headers

analysis.service

http four headers

ir.general

three_http_headers

analysis.service

http three headers

ir.general

two_http_headers

analysis.service

http two headers

ir.general

http_connect

analysis.service

http connect

ir.general

http_post_and_get

analysis.service

http post and get

ir.general

http_get_no_post

analysis.service

http get no post

ir.general

http_post_no_get

analysis.service

http post no get

ir.general

one_two_filename_java_class

analysis.file

one two filename java class

ir.general

small_java_class

analysis.file

small java class

ir.general

six_or_less_headers

analysis.service

http four or less headers

ir.general

small_java_jar

analysis.file

small java jar

ir.general

java_1.7

analysis.service

http java 1.7

ir.general

java_1.6

analysis.service

http java 1.6

ir.general

java_1.5

analysis.service

http java 1.5

ir.general

java_1.4

analysis.service

http java 1.4

ir.general

java_1.3

analysis.service

http java 1.3

ir.general

exe_filetype

analysis.file

exe filetype

ir.general

zero_payload

analysis.session

zero payload

ir.general

single_sided_udp

analysis.session

single sided udp

ir.general

single_sided_tcp

analysis.session

single sided tcp

ir.general

suspicious_tcp_beaconing

boc

suspicious tcp beaconing

ir.general

inbound_traffic

analysis.session

inbound traffic

Note: "inbound traffic" is only for inbound traffic that contains a payload. While "inbound" from the traffic flow parser will create meta for all inbound sessions, without consideration of whether or not the session contains payload.

ir.general

java_1.8

analysis.service

http java 1.8

ir.general

suspicious_4headers

analysis.service

http suspicious 4 headers

ir.general

suspicious_6headers

analysis.service

http suspicious 6 headers

ir.general

Suspicious_Connect

analysis.service

http suspicious connect

ir.general

session_size_5-10k

analysis.session

session size 5-10k

ir.general

session_size_0-5k

analysis.session

session size 0-5k

ir.general

long_connection

analysis.session

long connection

ir.general

exe-filetype_but_!exe-ext

analysis.file

exe filetype but not exe extension

ir.general

rfc1918_dst

none

Replaced by Traffic Flow parser

ir.general

exe-ext_but_!exe-filetype

analysis.file

exe extension but not exe filetype

ir.general

watchlist_org.dst

analysis_section

watchlist dst

ir.general

possible_exploitkit_indicator

analysis.service

http possible exploitkit

ir.general

ie_short_ua

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_11

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

first_carve_!dns

analysis.session

first carve !dns

ir.general

short_ie_10

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_8

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_7

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_6

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_5

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_4

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

short_ie_3

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

mid_ua

analysis.service

http mid length user-agent

ir.general

short_ua

analysis.service

http short user-agent

ir.general

max_length_ua

analysis.service

http max length user-agent

ir.general

long_ua2

none

Replaced by "http long user-agent"

ir.general

long_ua

analysis.service

http long user-agent

ir.general

short_ie_9

analysis.service

http short user-agent ie

ir.general

first_carve

analysis.session

first carve

rdp.info

Value of variable connection types of:

[1] = "Modem",

[2] = "Low-Speed Broadband",

[3] = "Satellite",

[4] = "High-Speed Broadband",

[5] = "WAN",

[6] = "LAN",

[7] = "AUTODETECT"

analysis.service

Same as value for rdp.info

risk.info

outbound_traffic

direction

outbound

risk.info

long_http_query

analysis.service

http long query

risk.info

watchlist_file_fingerprint

analysis.service

watchlist file fingerprint

risk.info

watchlist_file_extension

analysis.service

watchlist file extension

risk.info

http direct to ip request

analysis.service

http direct to ip request

risk.info

watchlist_ports

analysis.session

watchlist port

risk.suspicious

direct to ip http request

analysis.service

http direct to ip request

rxbytes

variable

responsepayload

Represents the number of payload bytes in the request stream.

txbytes

variable

requestpayload

Represents the number of payload bytes in the request stream.

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