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* TSK_USER_NAME (the login name associated with the account)
 
* TSK_USER_NAME (the login name associated with the account)
 
* TSK_DOMAIN (the domain name of the network service)
 
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'''TSK_CONTACT''' (a Address-book/Email/Messaging application contact )
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= General Information Artifact Examples =
 
= General Information Artifact Examples =

Revision as of 06:49, 5 September 2013

The TSK blackboard organizes data into artifacts. This page lists the standard artifacts and what attributes should be defined with them. For more details on the blackboard, refer to http://sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/docs/framework-docs/mod_bbpage.html.

This page lists general names of artifacts and attributes. Below are links to the specific C++ and Java references.

Artifact Examples

TSK_WEB_BOOKMARK

  • TSK_URL
  • TSK_DATETIME (context of "Last Visit Date")
  • TSK_DATETIME (context of "Date Added")
  • TSK_NAME (to store assigned name and folder)
  • TSK_PROG_NAME (browser this came from)
  • TSK_TITLE (Title of webpage)

TSK_WEB_COOKIE

  • TSK_URL
  • TSK_DATETIME (context of "Creation Date")
  • TSK_DATETIME (context of "Expiration Date"
  • TSK_NAME
  • TSK_VALUE
  • TSK_FLAG
  • TSK_PROG_NAME (browser this came from)

TSK_WEB_HISTORY

  • TSK_URL
  • TSK_DATETIME
  • TSK_PROG_NAME (browser this came from)
  • TSK_REFERRER
  • TSK_USER_NAME
  • TSK_TITLE (title of webpage)

TSK_WEB_DOWNLOAD

  • TSK_URL (Location file was downloaded from)
  • TSK_DATETIME (time file was downloaded)
  • TSK_PATH (location saved to)

TSK_RECENT_OBJECT (MRU, recent docs, etc.)

  • TSK_PATH (path of recently accessed file)
  • TSK_DATETIME (date of access, if known)
  • TSK_PROG_NAME (program that access is associated with -- "Windows", "Word", etc.)

TSK_TRACKPOINT

  • TSK_GEO_LATITUDE
  • TSK_GEO_LONGITUDE
  • TSK_GEO_* (other geo-related attributes as needed and available)
  • TSK_DATETIME

TSK_INSTALLED_PROG

  • PROG_NAME (method of determining "Hashset", "Registry", etc. in context)

TSK_KEYWORD_HIT

  • TSK_KEYWORD (keyword that hit)
  • TSK_REGEXP (regular expression that was used - if used)
  • TSK_PREVIEW (45 chars of text before and after keyword hit)
  • TSK_SET_NAME (text name of a set/list that the keyword was part of)

TSK_HASHSET_HIT

  • TSK_SET_NAME (name or file name of hashset that hash was located in)

TSK_DEVICE_ATTACHED (for each time that a known device was attached to system USB ID, for example)

  • TSK_DEVICE_ID (ID of attached device)
  • TSK_DATETIME (Date that device was attached)
  • TSK_PATH (mount point for device)

TSK_INTERESTING_FILE (for a file that was found by it's name or other heuristic)

  • TSK_SET_NAME (name of set that defined the rule that flagged this file)

TSK_EMAIL_MSG (for an e-mail message that was found)

  • TSK_EMAIL_TO
  • TSK_EMAIL_CC
  • TSK_EMAIL_BCC
  • TSK_EMAIL_FROM
  • TSK_SUBJECT
  • TSK_EMAIL_CONTENT_* (message body. Use specific attribute for HTML, PlainText, or RTF. Use multiple content attributes if the message has both plain text and HTML)
  • TSK_PATH (Folder that inbox is stored in -- "INBOX", etc.)
  • TSK_USERNAME (Username of account that e-mail is associated with)
  • TSK_DOMAIN (Domain of account that e-mail is associated with)
  • TSK_DATETIME_RCVD
  • TSK_DATETIME_SENT
  • TSK_MSG_ID
  • TSK_MSG_REPLY_ID

TSK_WEB_SEARCH_QUERY (for a web search engine query that was found in web browsing history or bookmarks)

  • TSK_DOMAIN (Domain associated with the web search engine)
  • TSK_TEXT (The extracted web engine text query)
  • TSK_DATETIME (Date when the search was done)
  • TSK_PROG_NAME (browser this came from)
  • TSK_USERNAME

TSK_TAG_FILE (a file tag, tagged by a user or a module)

  • TSK_TAG_NAME (Tag name, can contain slashes to organize tags in hierarchy. Examples: "Bookmark", "Bookmark/Encrypted", "Malware", "Malware/Windows/Unknown"
  • TSK_COMMENT (tag comment)

TSK_TAG_ARTIFACT (an artifact tag, tagged by a user or a module)

  • TSK_TAG_NAME (Tag name, can contain slashes to organize tags in hierarchy. Examples: "Bookmark", "Bookmark/Passwords"
  • TSK_TAGGED_ARTIFACT (the source artifact to be tagged)
  • TSK_COMMENT (tag comment)

TSK_OS_ACCOUNT (an operating system user account)

  • TSK_USER_NAME (the login name associated with the account)
  • TSK_USER_ID (an identifier associated with the account, e.g., a SID)

TSK_SERVICE_ACCOUNT (a network service user account)

  • TSK_USER_NAME (the login name associated with the account)
  • TSK_DOMAIN (the domain name of the network service)

TSK_CONTACT (a Address-book/Email/Messaging application contact )

  • TSK_TBD
  • TSK_TBD

General Information Artifact Examples

Word Document

A module that analyzes a Microsoft Word file can pull text and metadata from the file. It should

  • Save the extracted text as a TEXT attribute in GEN_INFO
  • Save the last saved, printed, etc. dates as DATETIME attributes in GEN_INFO
  • Save the author as XX in GEN_INFO
  • Any images and embedded files that it can extract should be added to the central ImgDB as derived files and scheduled for processing.


JPEG File

A module that analyzes a JPEG image file could:

  • Save the EXIF data (DATETIME, DEVICE, GEO) as attributes in GEN_INFO.