page, you can find
and filter samples by different tag-related artifacts.
When To Use It
Find samples matched to a tag.
Find samples by the Alias field in the Tag
Details. The Tag Alias allows the tag owner to specify common
names for the threat that the tag identifies. For example, there
may be multiple tags related to a single malware family or campaign.
In this case, you can use Tag Alias to look for all samples that
are linked to a particular malware family or campaign by different
Find samples associated with a particular Tag
Class: a Malware Family, a Campaign, an Actor, an Exploit,
or a type of Malicious Behavior.
Find samples that are part of a specified Tag Group.
Tag groups are defined by Unit 42 based on malware classification
and cannot be modified by the user.
Filter samples by the scope of their tags:
private, public, Unit 42 (alerting), or Unit 42 informational (non-alerting).
Find samples with tags that are attributed
to a particular tag source. The Tag Source is the individual or
organization that discovered the threat that the tag identifies.
The list of tag sources to choose from is based on all tags with
Visibility that is set to public.