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theopolis

theopolis

10/04/2020, 8:33 PM
@Prateek Kumar Nischal here is a fix https://github.com/osquery/osquery/pull/6694
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Prateek Kumar Nischal

10/04/2020, 8:36 PM
PS: I came across this while trying to see if the “category” label can be attached in the process_file_events table. Right now, I am not able to get process_file_events to emit any event.. I can see the fim debug logs with the files being recorded but it’s not coming up in the osquery logs
theopolis

theopolis

10/04/2020, 8:49 PM
This is a newish change, but of course would be present in 4.5.0
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Prateek Kumar Nischal

10/04/2020, 9:02 PM
has this been added in the 4.5.0 😬 ? I don’t see it in the table descriptions.
9:04 PM
I have kind of implemented it.. but somehow I am not able to get process_file_events to emit any event.. even with 4.4.0 as control.. maybe I have messed something up with my config.
9:24 PM
Just in case: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/JdbwTPzvCy/
--disable_audit=false
--allow_unsafe
--audit_allow_config
--audit_allow_fim_events=true
--events_max=10000
--audit_backlog_limit=10000
--audit_backlog_wait_time=60000
--audit_persist
9:26 PM
in the audit_fim_debug mode I see
Type: Close ProcessID: 26465 ImagePath: /bin/bash Data: Close /etc/a.conf StateChange: True
Type: Write ProcessID: 26465 ImagePath: /bin/bash Data: Write /etc/a.conf StateChange: True
Type: Open ProcessID: 26465 ImagePath: /bin/bash Data: Open /etc/a.conf StateChange: True
so, osquery is getting them