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  • Features

    We scan the entire internet space and create realtime threat intelligence streams and reports that show the exposure of your perimeter to the world, we also allow you to submit custom modules or scan requests automatically via our API to help you with your situational awareness.

    Stream

    View in realtime our firehose of worldwide scans

    Our realtime stream will provide you with a simple way to view the data that we produce by scanning the entire internet, you can also have your custom stream with the jobs you request.

    Archive and Query

    If you don't want to consume data via a stream...

    you can just submit jobs and get them in your own personal archive. You can also query our API or web platform for all information about a specific IP address or port.

    Custom Modules

    Submit your own custom modules

    If you want to acquire data about some specific use case or test your perimeter for the latest vulnerability, you can submit custom modules which we can deploy on our platform. Currently we acquire data from scanning, torrent downloads, public data leaks, and much more...

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  • Media

    The Register - Misconfigured Big Data apps are leaking data like sieves

    "BinaryEdge concludes that it found close to 1,175 terabytes (or 1.1 petabytes) of data exposed online, after looking into just four technologies as part of an online scan"

    IT News - Companies leaking big data troves onto the internet

    "Binaryedge said it discovered almost 200,000 big data systems that were publicly addressable. Such systems were found running on a wide range of companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500 businesses."

    IT News - Companies leaking big data troves onto the internet

    "Binaryedge said it discovered almost 200,000 big data systems that were publicly addressable. Such systems were found running on a wide range of companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500 businesses."