US Social Security Numbers - Looks for social security numbers. For this rule to match, there must be both a number that fits the Valid Social Security Number premium pattern, and a keyword or phrase that indicates the presence of a US SSN with a keyword from the US SSN Keywords dictionary. The keyword condition is included to reduce false positives with numbers that may match the SSN format.
ABA Routing Numbers - Looks for a match to the ABA Routing number regex rule and a keyword from the dictionary "ABA Routing Number Keywords.
Credit Card Numbers, All - Looks for credit card numbers. Similar to the first rule, this rule requires that there be both a number that fits a credit card system pattern ccn and a keyword or phrase that indicates the presence of a credit card number from the Credit Card Number Keywords dictionary. The keyword condition is included to reduce false positives with numbers that may match the credit card format.
Structured Data conditions
The Structured Data conditions are as follows:
Username/Password Combinations - Looks for user names and passwords in combination from a Record resource View.
3 or more critical customer fields - Looks for any three fields that can identify a customer uniquely from a Record resource View, except for combinations of phone, email, and first or last name.
Exact SSN or CCN - Looks for SSN or Bank Card Number from a Record resource View.
Customer Directory - Looks for Phone or Email from a Record resource View.
The included dictionaries are as follows:
US SSN Keywords
Credit Card Number Keywords
ABA Routing Number Keywords
Imported Document ID: HOWTO53966
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