Track indicators of compromise (IoCs) associated with Secure Shell (SSH) brute-force and other malicious attacks.
Learn which web properties are involved in phishing campaigns.
Obtain a daily list of hosts that are part of a network of malware-infected computers.
Keep track of hostnames, URLs, and file hashes associated with malicious software distribution.
Access a list of C&C servers communicating with botnets and malware.
Detect hosts engaged in sending spam.
Gather indicators linked to suspicious activities, such as web properties sending large volumes of queries or hosts scraping websites.
Classify hosts that act as Tor exit nodes.
Monitor IoCs involved in malicious activities that can’t be classified into other categories.
Threat Intelligence Data Feeds complement existing cyber threat data sources, widening your scope and visibility.
Our listed IoCs and web properties are pre-filtered and categorized into nine threat types for easier analysis and subsequent attribution.
Each data feed is updated daily with new IoCs to ensure continued freshness and relevance.
Our feeds are downloadable in various file formats — CSV, JSONL, v4, or HOSTS—to ensure standardized data structures for smooth integration.
Equip security platforms and solutions with comprehensive lists of known IoCs and dangerous properties.
Add our denylists in CIDR notation into firewalls and other network security solutions developed by major cybersecurity vendors, such as Cisco, Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, and others.
Support zero-trust policies by imposing extreme blocking measures to ensure that networks and internal systems stay protected.
Detect cyber threat trends, analyze IoCs by threat type, and conduct security research projects.
Take a more proactive stance to secure your networks and users. Contact us now to request access to Threat Intelligence Data Feeds.