Product Updates For 02/04/2021
New home page, a new menu section with detected technologies list, additional Advanced search filters for targets domain and IP host.
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About the new home page
We’ve been keeping this secret for too long. Anyway, it’s not a secret since our new home page has appeared on your displays. Now it is officially upgraded, and here are some thoughts we put in the redesign:
- First of all, you must have noticed the headline: ‘…internet assets registry’. Don’t be embarrassed, we’ve been looking for a perfect definition of WHAT IS SPYSE for ages. Done! Spyse is an internet assets registry for all cybersecurity professionals and their purposes.
- The very first thing every user sees when opening our service is the home page. And we decided to use it as an opportunity for self-expression and tell more about us as a service and company.
- All good things at once. We also couldn’t help saying a few words about our best features – Advanced search, Bulk search, and API. You like them. We like them. It’s a perfect match!
- There’s nothing more inspiring than reading your feedback about Spyse. Meet your comments on our home page now. We love hearing that you love loving our lovely service.
By the way, check it out and tell us what you think about this redesign thing. We’re willing to know!
Section with a list of technologies in the menu
Now you can find the whole list of detected technologies in the new menu section ‘Explore -> Technologies.’
Our team has already collected over 2.2K fingerprints for the most popular web technologies. That allows us to detect 1.3K technologies that are used on websites or IPs and further identify vulnerabilities.
Click here to see the whole list of technologies we detect.
New Advanced search filters
Another good news: new filters in the Advanced search for target domain and IP host. They extend your search opportunities and allow you to explore targets from many different angles.
Target domain filters
- Is CNAME. Use this filter if you want to see all domains that were spotted as a CNAME DNS record of other domains.
- Site info -> Google Tag Manager code. You can check whether a few websites use one Google Analytics tag by entering its value.
- Site info -> Google play app ID. Check if domains are sharing one specific Google play app ID by entering its value.
- Site info -> Apple iTunes app ID. Use this filter to see if domains are sharing one Apple iTunes app ID by entering its value.
- Site info -> Google site verification code. Search domains connected by one Google site verification code.
Target IP host filters
- Site info -> Google Tag Manager code. Check whether more than one website uses a specific Google Analytics tag by entering its value.
- Site info -> Google play app ID. This filter allows checking if domains are sharing one specific Google play app ID.
- Site info -> Apple iTunes app ID. With this filter, you can see if domains share one Apple iTunes app ID by entering its value.
- Site info -> Google site verification code. You can check if there are domains connected by one Google site verification code.
- Abuses -> Reports total. If you’re curious to find IPs that were reported one, two, or thousand times, use this filter.
- Abuses -> Confidence Score. Use this filter if you want to find IPs with a specific confidence score of their abusive activity.
- Abuses -> Is whitelisted (strong). This filter is made to see all IPs from the whitelist, which contains benign crawlers verified by reverse-forward DNS resolution checks.
- Abuses -> Is whitelisted (weak). You can choose this filter to see IPs from the CIDR whitelist, which contains netblocks from organizations believed to be benign or often mistaken for malicious.
- IP -> Port -> CVE severity. By using this filter, you can find IPs with low, medium, or high CVE severity.
That’s it for today. Thanks for reading, guys! See you in the next updates.