Adversaries may use methods of capturing user input to obtain credentials or collect information. During normal system usage, users often provide credentials to various different locations, such as login pages/portals or system dialog boxes. Input capture mechanisms may be transparent to the user (e.g. Credential API Hooking) or rely on deceiving the user into providing input into what they believe to be a genuine service (e.g. Web Portal Capture).
This type of attack technique cannot be easily mitigated with preventive controls since it is based on the abuse of system features.
|ID||Data Source||Data Component||Detects|
Monitor for unusual kernel driver installation activity
Monitor for changes made to files for unexpected modifications to access permissions and attributes
|DS0009||Process||OS API Execution||
Monitor for API calls to SetWindowsHook, GetKeyState, and GetAsyncKeyState 
Monitor for newly executed processes conducting malicious activity
Verify integrity of live processes by comparing code in memory to that of corresponding static binaries, specifically checking for jumps and other instructions that redirect code flow.
|DS0024||Windows Registry||Windows Registry Key Modification||
Monitor for changes made to windows registry keys or values for unexpected modifications