Kaspersky Security Network Statement for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 and 11.1.1 for Windows

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows

 
 
 

Kaspersky Security Network Statement for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 and 11.1.1 for Windows

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Latest update: 2019 Sep 12 ID: 15017
 
 
 
 

This article concerns:

  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.1 for Windows (version 11.1.1.126)
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 for Windows (version 11.1.0.15919)
 
 
 
 


KASPERSKY SECURITY NETWORK (KSN) STATEMENT - Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows


Kaspersky Security Network Statement (hereinafter “KSN Statement”) relates to the computer program Kaspersky Endpoint Security (hereinafter “Software”).

KSN Statement along with the End User License Agreement for Software, in particular in the Section “Conditions regarding Data Processing” specifies the conditions, responsibilities and procedures relating to transmission and processing of the data, indicated in the KSN Statement. Carefully read the terms of the KSN Statement, as well as all documents referred to in the KSN Statement, before accepting it.


When the End User activates the using of the KSN, the End User is fully responsible for ensuring that the processing of personal data of Data Subjects is lawful, particularly, within the meaning of Article 6 (1) (a) to (1) (f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation, “GDPR”) if Data Subject is in the European Union, or applicable laws on confidential information, personal data, data protection, or similar thereto.


Data Protection and Processing

Data received by the Rightholder from the End User during use of the KSN are handled in accordance with the Rightholder’s Privacy Policy published at: www.kaspersky.com/Products-and-Services-Privacy-Policy.


Purpose of Using the KSN

Use of the KSN may increase the Software’s speed of reaction to information and network security threats.

The declared purpose is achieved by:

- determining the reputation of scanned objects;

- identifying information security threats that are new and challenging to detect, and their sources;

- taking prompt measures to increase the protection of the data stored and processed by the End User with the Computer;

- reducing the likelihood of false positives;

- increasing the efficiency of Software components;

- preventing information security incidents and investigating incidents that did occur;

- improving the performance of the Rightholder’s products;

- receiving reference information about the number of objects with known reputation.


Processed Data

During use of the KSN, the Rightholder will automatically receive and process the following data:

- information about KSN configuration updates: identifier for the active configuration, identifier for the configuration received, error code for the configuration update;

- information about files and URL addresses to be scanned: checksums of the scanned file (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) and file patterns (MD5), the size of the pattern, type of the detected threat and its name according to Rightholder’s classification, identifier for the anti-virus databases, URL address for which the reputation is being requested, as well as the referrer URL address, the connection’s protocol identifier and the number of the port being used;

- information about the results of categorization of the requested web-resources, which contains the processed URL and IP address of the host, the version of the Software’s component that performed the categorization, the method of categorization and set of the categories defined for the web-resource;

- the identifier of the scan task which detected the threat;

- information about digital certificates being used needed to verify their authenticity: the checksums (SHA2-256) of the certificate used to sign the scanned object and the certificate’s public key;

- information about the Software installed on the Computer: names of the Software applications and software vendors, registry keys and their values, information about files of the installed software components (checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), name, path to the file on the Computer, size, version and the digital signature);

- information about the state of the Computer’s anti-virus protection: the versions and the release timestamps of the anti-virus databases being used, job identifier and the identifier of the Software component performing scanning;

- information about files being downloaded by the End User: the URL and IP addresses of the download and the URL address of the page visited before the download page, download protocol identifier and connection port number, the status of the URLs as malicious or not, file’s attributes, size and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), information about the process that downloaded the file (checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), creation/build date and time, autoplay status, attributes, names of packers, information about signatures, executable file flag, format identifier, type of account used to initiate the process), information about the process file (name, file path and size), file name and its path on the Computer, the file’s digital signature and timestamp of its generation, the URL address where detection occurred, the script’s number on the page that appears to be suspicious or harmful;

- information about the running applications and their modules: data about processes running on the system (process ID (PID), process name, information about the account the process was started from, the application and command that started the process, the sign of trusted program or process, the full path to the process's files and their checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), starting command line, level of the process’s integrity, a description of the product that the process belongs to (the name of the product and information about the publisher), as well as digital certificates being used and information needed to verify their authenticity or information about the absence of a file's digital signature), and information about the modules loaded into the processes (their names, sizes, types, creation dates, attributes, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), the paths to them on the Computer), PE-file header information, names of packers (if the file was packed);

- information about all potentially malicious objects and activities: name of the detected object and full path to the object on the Computer, checksums of processed files (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), detection date and time, names and sizes of processed files and paths to them, path template code, executable file flag, indicator of whether the object is a container, names of the packer (if the file was packed), file type code, file format ID, IDs of the anti-virus databases and of the records in these anti-virus databases that were used to make the decision, indicator of a potentially malicious object, the name of the detected threat according to the Rightholder's classification, the level of danger, the detection status and detection method, reason for inclusion into the analyzed context and sequence number of the file in the context, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), the name and attributes of the executable file of the application through which the infected message or link was transmitted, IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6) of the host of the blocked object, file entropy, file autorun indicator, time when the file was first detected in the system, the number of times the file has been run since the last statistics were sent, compiler type, information about the name, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) and size of the mail client through which the malicious object was received, ID of the Software task that performed the scan, indicator of whether the file reputation or signature was checked, results of a static analysis of the contained object, object pattern, the size of the pattern in bytes, and the technical specifications of the applied detection technologies;

- information about scanned objects: the assigned trust group to which and/or from which the file has been placed, the reason the file was placed in that category, category identifier, information about the source of the categories and the version of the category database, the file’s trusted certificate flag, name of the file’s vendor, file version, name and version of the software application which includes the file;

- information about vulnerabilities detected: the vulnerability ID in the database of vulnerabilities, the vulnerability danger class;

- information about emulation of the executable file: file size and its checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), the version of the emulation component, emulation depth, an array of properties of logical blocks and functions within logical blocks obtained during the emulation, data from the executable file’s PE headers;

- information about network attacks: the IP addresses of the attacking computer (IPv4 and IPv6), the number of the port on the Computer that the network attack is directed at, identifier of the protocol of the IP packet containing the attack, the attack’s target (organization name, website), flag for the reaction to the attack, the attack’s weight, trust level;

- information about attacks associated with spoofed network resources, the DNS and IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6) of visited websites;

- DNS and IP addresses (IPv4 or IPv6) of the requested web resource, information about the file and web client accessing the web resource, the name, size and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the file, full path to the file and path template code, the result of checking its digital signature, and its status in KSN;

- information about rollback of malware actions: data on the file whose activity was rolled back (name of the file, full path to the file, its size and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1)), data on successful and unsuccessful actions to delete, rename and copy files and restore the values in the registry (names of registry keys and their values), and information about system files modified by malware, before and after rollback;

- information about the exclusions set for the Adaptive anomaly control component: the ID and status of the rule that was triggered, the action performed by the Software when the rule was triggered, the type of user account under which the process or the thread performs suspicious activity, as well as about the process which was subject to suspicious activity (script ID or process file name, full path to the process file, path template code, check sums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the process file); information about the object that performed the suspicious actions as well as about the object that was subject to the suspicious actions (registry key name or file name, full path to the file, path template code, and the checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the file);

- information about loaded software modules: name, size and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the module file, full path to it and the path template code, digital signature settings of the module file, data and time of signature creation, name of the subject and organization that signed the module file, ID of the process in which the module was loaded, name of the module supplier, and the sequence number of the module in the loading queue;

- information about the quality of Software interaction with the KSN services: start and end date and time of the period when the statistics were generated, information about the quality of requests and connection to each of the KSN services used (KSN service ID, number of successful requests, number of requests with responses from cache, number of unsuccessful requests (network problems, KSN being disabled in the Software settings, incorrect routing), time spread of the successful requests, time spread of the cancelled requests, time spread of the requests with exceeded time limit, number of connections to KSN taken from cache, number of successful connections to KSN, number of unsuccessful connections to KSN, number of successful transactions, number of unsuccessful transactions, time spread of the successful connections to KSN, time spread of the unsuccessful connections to KSN, time spread of the successful transactions, time spread of the unsuccessful transactions);

- if a potentially malicious object is detected, information is provided about data in the processes’ memory: elements of the system object hierarchy (ObjectManager), data in UEFI BIOS memory, names of registry keys and their values;

- information about events in the systems logs: the event’s timestamp, the name of the log in which the event was found, type and category of the event, name of the event’s source and the event’s description;

- information about network connections: version and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the file from which process was started that opened the port, the path to the process’s file and its digital signature, local and remote IP addresses, numbers of local and remote connection ports, connection state, timestamp of the port’s opening;

- information about the date of installation and activation of the Software on the Computer: identifier of the partner from whom the license was purchased, license serial number, signed header of the ticket from the activation service (identifier of the regional activation center, checksum of the activation code, checksum of the ticket, ticket creation date, unique identifier of the ticket, ticket version, license status, start/end date and time of ticket validity, unique identifier of the license, license version), identifier of the certificate used to sign the ticket header, checksum (MD5) of the key file, unique identifier for the installation of the Software on the Computer, type and identifier of the application that is being updated, identifier of the update job;

- information about the set of all installed updates, and the set of most recently installed/removed updates, the type of event that caused the update information to be sent, duration since the installation of last update, information about any currently installed anti-virus databases;

- information about the Software operation on the Computer: CPU usage data, memory usage data (Private Bytes, Non-Paged Pool, Paged Pool), the number of the Software’s active threads and threads in wait state, the duration of the Software operation before the error occurred, flag indicating whether the Software is operating in interactive mode;

- number of software dumps and system dumps (BSOD) since the Software was installed and since the time of the last update, the identifier and version of the Software module that crashed, the memory stack in the Software’s process, and information about the anti-virus databases at the time of the crash;

- data on the system dump (BSOD): a flag indicating the occurrence of the BSOD on the Computer, the name of the driver that caused the BSOD, the address and memory stack in the driver, a flag indicating the duration of the OS session before the BSOD occurred, memory stack of driver that crashed, type of stored memory dump, flag for the OS session before BSOD lasted more than 10 minutes, unique identifier of the dump, timestamp of the BSOD;

- information about errors or performance problems that occurred during operation of the Software components: the status ID of the Software, error type, code and cause as well of the time when the error occurred, the IDs of the component, module and process of the product in which the error occurred, the ID of the task or update category during which the error occurred, logs of drivers used by the Software (error code, module name, name of the source file and the line where the error occurred);

- information about updates of anti-virus databases and Software components: the name, date and time of index files downloaded during the last update and being downloaded during the current update;

- information about abnormal termination of the Software operation: the creation timestamp of the dump, its type, the type of event that caused the abnormal termination of the Software operation (unexpected power-off, third-party application crash), date and time of the unexpected power-off;

- information about the compatibility of Software drivers with hardware and Software: information about OS properties that restrict the functionality of Software components (Secure Boot, KPTI, WHQL Enforce, BitLocker, Case Sensitivity), type of download Software installed (UEFI, BIOS), Trusted Platform Module (TPM) identifier, TPM specification version, information about the CPU installed on the Computer, operating mode and parameters of Code Integrity and Device Guard, operating mode of drivers and reason for use of the current mode, version of Software drivers, software and hardware virtualization support status of the Computer;

- information about third-party applications that caused the error: their name, version and localization, the error code and information about the error from the system log of applications, the address of the error and memory stack of the third-party application, a flag indicating the occurrence of the error in the Software component, the length of time the third-party application was in operation before the error occurred, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the application process image, in which the error occurred, path to the application process image and template code of the path, information from the system log with a description of the error associated with the application, information about the application module, in which an error occurred (exception identifier, crash memory address as an offset in the application module, name and version of the module, identifier of the application crash in the Rightholder’s plugin and memory stack of the crash, duration of the application session before crash);

- version of the Software updater component, number of crashes of the updater component while running update tasks over the lifetime of the component, ID of the update task type, number of failed attempts of the updater component to complete update tasks;

- information about the operation of the Software system monitoring components: full versions of the components, date and time when the components were started, code of the event that overflowed the event queue and number of such events, the total number of queue overflow events, information about the file of the process of the initiator of the event (file name and its path on the Computer, template code of the file path, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the process associated with the file, file version), identifier of the event interception that occurred, the full version of the interception filter, identifier of the type of the intercepted event, size of the event queue and the number of events between the first event in the queue and the current event, number of overdue events in the queue, information about the file of the process of the initiator of the current event (file name and its path on the Computer, template code of the file path, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the process associated with the file), duration of the event processing, maximum duration of the event processing, probability of sending statistics, information about OS events for which the processing time limit was exceeded (date and time of the event, number of repeated initializations of anti-virus databases, date and time of the last repeated initialization of anti-virus databases after their update, event processing delay time for each system monitoring component, number of queued events, number of processed events, number of delayed events of the current type, total delay time for the events of the current type, total delay time for all events);

- information from the Windows event tracing tool (Event Tracing for Windows, ETW) in the event of Software performance problems, suppliers of SysConfig / SysConfigEx / WinSATAssessment events from Microsoft: information about the Computer (model, manufacturer, form factor of the housing, version), information about Windows performance metrics (WinSAT assessments, Windows performance index), domain name, information about physical and logical processors (number of physical and logical processors, manufacturer, model, stepping level, number of cores, clock frequency, CPUID, cache characteristics, logic processor characteristics, indicators of supported modes and instructions), information about RAM modules (type, form factor, manufacturer, model, capacity, granularity of memory allocation), information about network interfaces (IP and MAC addresses, name, description, configuration of network interfaces, breakdown of number and size of network packages by type, speed of network exchange, breakdown of number of network errors by type), configuration of IDE controller, IP addresses of DNS servers, information about the video card (model, description, manufacturer, compatibility, video memory capacity, screen permission, number of bits per pixel, BIOS version), information about plug-and-play devices (name, description, device identifier [PnP, ACPI], information about disks and storage devices (number of disks or flash drives, manufacturer, model, disk capacity, number of cylinders, number of tracks per cylinder, number of sectors per track, sector capacity, cache characteristics, sequential number, number of partitions, configuration of SCSI controller), information about logical disks (sequential number, partition capacity, volume capacity, volume letter, partition type, file system type, number of clusters, cluster size, number of sectors per cluster, number of empty and occupied clusters, letter of bootable volume, offset address of partition in relation to the start of the disk), information about BIOS motherboard (manufacturer, release date, version), information about motherboard (manufacturer, model, type), information about physical memory (shared and free capacity), information about operating system services (name, description, status, tag, information about processes [name and PID]), energy consumption parameters for the Computer, configuration of interrupt controller, path to Windows system folders (Windows and System32), information about the OS (version, build, release date, name, type, installation date), size of page file, information about monitors (number, manufacturer, screen permission, resolution capacity, type), information about video card driver (manufacturer, release date, version);

- information from ETW, suppliers of EventTrace / EventMetadata events from Microsoft: information on the sequence of system events (type, time, date, time zone), metadata about the file with trace results (name, structure, trace parameters, breakdown of number of trace operations by type), information about the ОS (name, type, version, build, release date, start time);

- information from ETW, suppliers of Process / Microsoft Windows Kernel Process / Microsoft Windows Kernel Processor Power events from Microsoft: information about started and completed processes (name, PID, start parameters, command line, return code, power management parameters, start and completion time, access token type, SID, SessionID, number of descriptors installed), information about changes in thread priorities (TID, priority, time), information about disk operations of the process (type, time, capacity, number), history of changes to the structure and capacity of usable memory processes;

- information from ETW, suppliers of StackWalk / Perfinfo events from Microsoft: information about performance counters (performance of individual code sections, sequence of function calls, PID, TID, addresses and attributes of ISRs and DPCs);

- information from ETW, supplier of KernelTraceControl-ImageID events from Microsoft: information on executable files and dynamic libraries (name, image size, full path), information on PDB files (name, identifier), VERSIONINFO resource data for executable files (name, description, creator, location, application version and identifier, file version and identifier);

- information from ETW, suppliers of FileIo / DiskIo / Image / Windows Kernel Disk events from Microsoft: information on file and disk operations (type, capacity, start time, completion time, duration, completion status, PID, TID, driver function call addresses, I/O Request Packet (IRP), Windows file object attributes), information about files involved in file and disk operations (name, version, size, full path, attributes, offset, image checksum, open and access options);

- information from ETW, supplier of PageFault events from Microsoft: information on memory page access errors (address, time, capacity, PID, TID, attributes of Windows file object, memory allocation parameters);

- information from ETW, supplier of Thread events from Microsoft: information on thread creation/completion, information on threads started (PID, TID, size of stack, priorities and allocation of CPU resources, I/O resources, memory pages between threads, stack address, address of init function, address of Thread Environment Block (TEB), Windows service tag);

- information from ETW, supplier of Microsoft Windows Kernel Memory events from Microsoft: information about memory management operations (completion status, time, quantity, PID), memory allocation structure (type, capacity, SessionID, PID);

- information about Software operation in the event of performance problems: Software installation identifier, type and value of drop in performance, information about the sequence of events within the Software (time, time zone, type, completion status, Software component identifier, Software operating scenario identifier, TID, PID, function call addresses), information about network connections to be checked (URL, direction of the connection, size of network package), information about PDB files (name, identifier, image size of executable file), information about files to be checked (name, full path, checksum), Software performance monitoring parameters;

- information about the last unsuccessful OS restart: the number of unsuccessful restarts since OS installation, data on the system dump (code and parameters of an error, name, version and checksum (CRC32) of the module that caused an error in the OS operation, error address as an offset in the module, checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the system dump);

- information to verify authenticity of digital certificates being used to sign files: the certificate’s fingerprint, the checksum algorithm, the certificate’s public key and serial number, the name of the issuer of the certificate, the result of certificate validation and the certificate’s database identifier;

- information about the process executing the attack on the Software’s self-defense: the name and size of the process file, its checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), the full path to the process file and the template code of the file path, the creation/build timestamps, process file type code, executable file flag, attributes of the process file, information about the certificate used to sign the process file, type of account used to carry out suspicious activity within the process or thread, ID of operations performed to access the process, type of resource with which the operation is performed (process, file, registry object, FindWindow search function), name of resource with which the operation is performed, flag indicating success of the operation, the status of the file of the process and its signature according to the KSN;

- information about the Rightholder’s Software: its full version, type, locale language and operation state, version of the installed Software components and their operation state, information about the installed updates, the value of the TARGET filter, the version of the protocol used to connect with the Rightholder’s services;

- information about hardware installed on the Computer: type, name, model name, firmware version, parameters of built-in and connected devices, the unique identifier of the Computer with the installed Software;

- information about the versions of the operating system and installed updates, the word size, edition and parameters of the OS run mode, version and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the OS kernel file, and OS startup date and time.


Also, in order to achieve the declared purpose of increasing the effectiveness of protection provided by the Software, the Rightholder may receive objects that could be exploited by intruders to harm the Computer and create information security threats. Such objects include:

- executable and non-executable files or their parts;

- portions of the Computer’s RAM;

- sectors involved in the process of booting the OS;

- network traffic data packets;

- web pages and emails containing suspicious and malicious objects;

- description of the classes and instances of classes of the WMI repository;

- application activity reports.


Such application activity reports contain the following data about files and processes:

- the name, size and version of the file being sent, its description and checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1), file format identifier, the name of the file’s vendor, the product name to which the file belongs, full path on the Computer, template code of the file path, the creation and modification timestamps of the file;

- start and end date/time of the validity period of the certificate (if the file has a digital signature), the date and the time of the signature, the name of the issuer of the certificate, information about the certificate holder, the fingerprint, the certificate’s public key and appropriate algorithms, and the certificate’s serial number;

- the name of the account from which the process is running;

- checksums (MD5, SHA2-256, SHA1) of the name of the Computer on which the process is running;

- titles of the process windows;

- identifier for the anti-virus databases, name of the detected threat according to Rightholder’s classification;

- data about the installed license, its identifier, type and expiration date;

- local time of the Computer at the moment of the provision of information;

- names and paths of the files that were accessed by the process;

- names of registry keys and their values that were accessed by the process;

- URL and IP addresses that were accessed by the process;

- URL and IP addresses from which the running file was downloaded.


Also, in order to achieve the declared purpose with respect to preventing false positives, the Rightholder may receive trusted executable and non-executable files or their parts.


Providing the above information to the KSN is voluntary. After installing the Software, the End User can at any time enable or disable the use of the KSN in the Software settings as described in the User Manual.


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