TORRANCE, Calif., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AI Spera today announced Criminal IP, a new cybersecurity platform. Criminal IP is a total Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) search engine to identify potential vulnerabilities that threaten corporate or individual IT assets. It also offers a new way to manage them holistically by allowing users to immediately find results for malicious IP addresses, malicious domains, phishing sites, forged certificates, all IT assets and other related information. to safety.
The company has recruited beta service testers and plans to operate the beta service for three months starting April 28. Pre-registered testers for the beta service will receive a three-month free license and if the testers participate in the service survey, they can receive an additional one-month free license as a reward.
Criminal IP visualizes all IT assets connected to the Internet based on IP addresses owned by businesses and individuals. This allows users to see details of their assets at a glance, from database servers, file servers, middleware servers, admin servers as well as malicious sites, and spot easily exposed assets to the attack surface.
The solution also provides all possible real-time domain information, including network logs, programming technologies used, and security-related information, without having to access websites directly. By analyzing this information with AI/Machine Learning technology, it displays an overall domain score and a five-stage Domain Generation Algorithm (DGA) score (Critical, Dangerous, Moderate, Low, Safe) for users to determine and respond to. to threats.
Users can prevent security issues in advance by scanning IT assets for vulnerabilities and identifying attack points of cyber attackers for attack surface management via criminal IP data. Additionally, anything that happened to a particular IP address can be logged as a criminal record to track the malicious behavior of an IP address.
“Above all, this platform is the ultimate all-in-one solution that maximizes user convenience by providing all CTI information distributed by different solutions in one place,” said Byungtak Kang, CEO of AI Spera. “In the hope that criminal intellectual property can be used in a variety of fields to defend against evolving cyber threats, including education and research, corporate security teams, white hackers, security agencies, ‘state and cybercrime investigations, we have decided to operate free beta services to receive feedback on product improvement.’
Criminal IP features and benefits include:
- providing a wide range of cyber threat information, including malicious IP addresses, C&C domains, various domain information, threat intelligence images and CVEs, which maps IP and domain rating algorithms and various threat intelligence based on big data on 4.2 billion IP addresses and billions of global domain addresses
- analyzing all possible domain details including screenshots, domain category, whois information, technologies used, connected IPs, page redirects, certificates, network logs, cookies as well as nice security-focused features like possible malicious content and replicated phishing domains with overall domain score and Domain Generation Algorithm (DGA) score
- search and update IP addresses and global domains 24/7 to extract applications and services used, and provide information on security vulnerabilities of IT assets to enable automatic real-time management of the attack surface
- offering simple search results based on a wide range of specific search filters so users can easily access the right information they need
For more information on Criminal IP’s suite of services and beta testing, visit https://bit.ly/3JEyTVZ.
About AI Spera: AI Spera is a growing cyber threat intelligence company. Based on AI and Machine Learning technology, the company focuses on anomaly detection and data-driven security solutions. The company helps as many enterprises, security developers and researchers as possible see the attack surface through the eyes of an attacker and deliver various AI-powered intelligence security solutions across industries , including online gaming, finance, security and national institutions.