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AD attributes- is this custom attribute or NOT?

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Hello,
I am trying to determine if those attribute are custom attributes in AD. Please let me know if they look familiar and what are they used for. Thank you very much.

# Attribute: passlogix-ssrattribute
dn: cn=passlogix-ssrattribute,cn=Schema,cn=Configuration,dc=X
changetype: add
objectClass: attributeSchema
attributeId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.10552.1.9
ldapDisplayName: passlogix-ssrattribute
attributeSyntax: 2.5.5.4
adminDescription: ssr attribute
adminDisplayName: passlogix-ssrattribute
# schemaIDGUID: f46496f4-5d59-4906-8178-e1436b5b0356
schemaIDGUID:: 9JZk9FldBkmBeOFDa1sDVg==
oMSyntax: 20
isSingleValued: TRUE
systemOnly: FALSE

# Attribute: passlogix-ssruserenrolled
dn: cn=passlogix-ssruserenrolled,cn=Schema,cn=Configuration,dc=X
changetype: add
objectClass: attributeSchema
attributeId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.10552.1.10
ldapDisplayName: passlogix-ssruserenrolled
attributeSyntax: 2.5.5.4
adminDisplayName: passlogix-ssruserenrolled
# schemaIDGUID: ceacdf66-1557-4add-9973-11d22ccc26b6
schemaIDGUID:: Zt+szlcV3UqZcxHSLMwmtg==
oMSyntax: 20
isSingleValued: TRUE
systemOnly: FALSE

# Attribute: vGOConfigData
dn: cn=vGOConfigData,cn=Schema,cn=Configuration,dc=X
changetype: add
objectClass: attributeSchema
attributeId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.10552.1.3
ldapDisplayName: vGOConfigData
attributeSyntax: 2.5.5.4
adminDisplayName: vGOConfigData
# schemaIDGUID: 93a80843-064b-4464-b420-a9b7b2ed71fb
schemaIDGUID:: Qwiok0sGZES0IKm3su1x+w==
oMSyntax: 20
isSingleValued: TRUE
systemOnly: FALSE
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by:creative555
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Also the following:
What are the best way of determining if this is a custom attribute?? When I am googling the name, it comes up with Oracle links...I suppose it means that this is Oracle custom attribute and NOT AD?
could you please let me know how to determine what attributes are not native in AD and come from something esle

# Attribute: vGOConfigData
dn: cn=vGOConfigData,cn=Schema,cn=Configuration,dc=X
changetype: add
objectClass: attributeSchema
attributeId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.10552.1.3
ldapDisplayName: vGOConfigData
attributeSyntax: 2.5.5.4
adminDisplayName: vGOConfigData
# schemaIDGUID: 93a80843-064b-4464-b420-a9b7b2ed71fb
schemaIDGUID:: Qwiok0sGZES0IKm3su1x+w==
oMSyntax: 20
isSingleValued: TRUE
systemOnly: FALSE

# Attribute: vGoConfigType
dn: cn=vGoConfigType,cn=Schema,cn=Configuration,dc=X
changetype: add
objectClass: attributeSchema
attributeId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.10552.1.2
ldapDisplayName: vGoConfigType
attributeSyntax: 2.5.5.4
adminDisplayName: vGoConfigType
# schemaIDGUID: 86add8b9-a622-4a27-9c8e-0af959aeeb63
schemaIDGUID:: udithiKmJ0qcjgr5Wa7rYw==
oMSyntax: 20
isSingleValued: TRUE
systemOnly: FALSE
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
ID: 40534570
All of these attributes look to be an Oracle SSO schema extension.

passlogix-ssrattribute
This attribute provides data storage for an ESSO-PR object. Generally, this data will be an XML-formatted string.

Reference
Oracle_Schema_SSO

Will.
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by:creative555
ID: 40534644
THanks!!
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