AllowedFileDetails

AllowedFileDetails
AllowedFileDetails

Details of the file allowed in the data center.

JSON Example
{
    "file_name": [
        "string"
    ],
    "sha256": "string",
    "sha1": "string",
    "md5": "string",
    "verdict": "string",
    "score": 0,
    "number_of_hits": 0,
    "last_inspected": 0
}
array of string
file_name
Optional

Name of the file. This is an array because a file is uniquely identified by the hash but name is a string that is user customizable.

string
sha256
Optional

sha256 hash of the file.

string
sha1
Optional

sha1 hash of the file

string
md5
Optional

md5 hash of the file.

verdict
Optional

This property describes the behavior of the file at runtime. Meanings are described below BENIGN: This is a benign file with no malicious code TRUSTED: This is a TRUSTED file based on the behaviour of the file HIGHLY_TRUSTED: This is a file from a highly trusted source like for e.g microsft published the file SUSPICIOUS: This file contains suspicious code and on execution can turn out to be malware MALICIOUS: This file is a malicious file containing malware or bad code that can harm the system UNKNOWN: This file is not known and hence its behavior is UNKNOWN at this point in time. UNINSPECTED: This file is marked as allowlisted and hence the verdict is UNINSPECTED.

Possible values are : BENIGN, TRUSTED, HIGHLY_TRUSTED, SUSPICIOUS, MALICIOUS, UNKNOWN, UNINSPECTED,
integer
score
Optional

Score of the file in the range from 0 to 100 for known verdicts. Score -1 indicates the verdict is UNINSPECTED because file is allowlisted. Any score outside the range of -1 to 100 will mean that verdict is UNKNOWN.

integer
number_of_hits
Optional

Number of times this file was inspected in the data center.

last_inspected
Optional

Timestamp in milliseconds since epoch