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Attack Vector Data Model

The Attack Vector data model represents the path a vulnerability takes to exploit a system. It extends the Entity Model data model.

The following table details the default attributes of the Attack Vector data model:

OrderAttribute NameAttribute TypeRelationship TypeRequired
1displayNameCalculated (Text)N/AYes
2requestText AreaN/ANo
3responseText AreaN/ANo
4targetReference (Dynamic code finding)HASNo
9dataModelNameCalculated (Text)N/ANo
10sourceUidsText (Multivalued)N/ANo
11connectorCategoriesText (Multivalued)N/ANo
12connectorNamesText (Multivalued)N/ANo
13dataIntegrationTitlesText (Multivalued)N/ANo
14sourcesIconsSource data models iconsN/ANo
16sourcesReference (Base model)SOURCED_FROMNo
17dateCreatedDate TimeN/ANo
18lastUpdatedDate TimeN/ANo
21categoriesText (Multivalued)N/ANo
  • The Order column specifies the order of attributes being calculated in data computation.
  • The attribute names are used in Brinqa Query Language (BQL) queries and Brinqa Condition Language (BCL) predicates.
  • In the Type column, Calculated means that the value of the attribute is computed by executing a script. The text in the parentheses after Calculated denotes the type of the outcome.
  • In the Type column, Reference means that two data models are related. The name in the parentheses after Reference indicates the other data model.
  • The Relationship Type column only applies to the Reference type attributes. You can use the relationship type keyword in BQL queries.