Organization tab (private cloud) or
Researcher tab (public cloud), select Yara from the submenu and select
New Yara Rule.
Enter a name for the file and use the editor box to enter the Yara rule.
Any metadata value can be provided in custom rules. However the following have particular uses within Triage:
description: This field is used as the 'title' of the signature, which appears in the main UI.
triage_description: Optional. This field is used to provide a more detailed description of the signature. In the UI, it is visible in the dropdown section of the signature.
triage_score: Optional - defaults to 1 if not defined. The score value that should be assigned to the signature. As a rough guideline:
- 1-4 = Benign/informational
- 5-7 = Possibly malicious
- 8-9 = Likely malicious
- 10 = Known bad
triage_tags: Optional. Used to define tags which are applied to the analysis as a whole. These are generally intended to define the class of malware - e.g.
ransomwareetc. These can be used in Search to find samples with these tags applied using the
tag:query. Note that these tags are also visible to anyone else who has access to your analyses.
triage_family: Optional. This is used to mark a sample as belonging to a particular malware family. The value defined here appears as a tag in the UI and can be used in Search with the
family:query. Note that if this tag is defined then a sample will automatically receive a score of 10 regardless of the value set in