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Testing Trend Micro Cloud App Security (CAS) for Microsoft OneDrive

    • Updated:
    • 27 May 2021
    • Product/Version:
    • Cloud App Security
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Summary

Learn how to evaluate the following modules of Cloud App Security for Microsoft OneDrive:

  • Malware Scanning
  • File Blocking
  • Web Reputation
  • Virtual Analyzer
  • Data Loss Prevention
Details
Public
  • Admin permission to your Cloud App Security console
  • One Exchange Online ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) policy with Real-time Scanning enabled
  • Permissions for Cloud App Security to receive notifications from Microsoft upon any change to the files in your teams (refer to Online Help - Step 9)
  • One or more test users protected by Cloud App Security as selected targets of the test policy

Testing MS OneDrive

Pattern-Based Scanning

  1. Download an EICAR file from Download Anti Malware Testfile – Eicar.
  2. In the Malware Scanning test policy, ensure that "Scan all files" is selected.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  3. Sign in to https://www.office.com as the test user, locate the OneDrive icon in the left panel, and then click on it to open the OneDrive page.
     
    We use the online version of OneDrive for demonstration; you may use the OneDrive client software to do the tests.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  4. Upload the eicar file to the My Files folder.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  5. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected by Pattern-Based Scanning and that the Security Risk Name is “Malware: Eicar_test_file”.

    Testing MS OneDrive

TrendX (Predictive Machine Learning)

  1. In the Malware Scanning test policy, ensure that “Enable Predictive Machine Learning” is checked.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  2. Download TrendX.zip and unzip the file with the password “virus”.
  3. Upload the extracted sample files to the My Files folder.
  4. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected by Predictive Machine Learning and that the Security Risk Name is “Malware: Ransom.Win32.TRX.XXPE1”.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  1. In the File Blocking test policy, ensure that “Enable File Blocking” is checked and that “Block All Files” is selected for “Type of File Blocking”, and then select “File names to block” and add “test.txt” to the Blocking list.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  2. Create a text file with file name “test.txt” and input any text into it.
  3. Upload the test.txt file to the My Files folder.
  4. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected with Security Filter “File Blocking” and that the Security Risk Name is “test.txt”.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  1. In the Web Reputation test policy, ensure that “Enable Web Reputation” is checked.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  2. Create a text file with file name “wrstest.txt” and input the following WRS test URL into it.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  3. Upload wrstest.txt to the My Files folder.
  4. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected with the Web Reputation Security Filter and that the Security Risk Name is “Spyware: [http]:[/][/]wrs21[.]winshipway[.]com”.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  1. In the Virtual Analyzer test policy, ensure that “Enable Virtual Analyzer” is checked.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  2. Download the PDF sample and unzip it with the password “virus”.
  3. Upload the extracted sample file to the My Files folder.
  4. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected with Virus Name “HEUR_PDFF.SPACE”.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  1. Add a test DLP policy for OneDrive. Ensure that “Enable Real-time Scanning” is selected and that the test team is set as "Selected Targets".

    Testing MS OneDrive

  2. Ensure that “Enable Data Loss Prevention” is selected and that “All: Credit Card Number” is set as "Selected Compliance Template(s)".

    Testing MS OneDrive

  3. Create a text file with some test credit card numbers like below. If you don’t have one, you may find some from Test Payflow Transactions (paypal.com). The following sample file uses the test credit card numbers provided in the PayPal website.

    Testing MS OneDrive

  4. Upload the created sample file to the My Files folder.
  5. Wait for several minutes and then in the Logs tab of the CAS Web UI, confirm that the sample is detected with the Data Loss Prevention Security Filter.

    Testing MS OneDrive

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