IOA tags—Information about the results of file analysis using the Targeted Attack Analyzer technology: name of the TAA (IOA) rule that was used to create the alert.
Click the link to display information about the TAA (IOA) rule. If the rule was provided by Kaspersky experts, it contains information about the triggered MITRE technique as well as recommendations for reacting to the event.
The MITRE ATT&CK (Adversarial Tactics, Techniques & Common Knowledge) database contains descriptions of hacker behavior based on the analysis of real attacks. It is a structured list of known hacker techniques represented as a table.
The field is displayed if a TAA (IOA) rule was triggered when the event was created.
File—Name of the loaded driver file.
MD5—MD5 hash of the loaded driver file.
SHA256—SHA256 hash of the loaded driver file.
Size—Size of the loaded driver.
Event time—Time when the driver was loaded.
Program name—For example, the name of the operating system.
Vendor—For example, vendor of the operating system.
File description—For example, Example File.
Original file name—For example, ExampleFile.exe.
Signature subject—Organization that issued the digital certificate of the file.
Signature validation result—For example, "Signature invalid" or "Signature OK".
Time created—Creation time of the loaded driver.
Time modified—Time of last modification of the loaded driver.
System info section:
Host name—Name of the host on which the driver was loaded.
User name—Name of the user that loaded the driver.
OS name—Version of the operating system being used on the host.
Clicking the link with the file name or file path opens a list in which you can select one of the following actions: