Illuminating the Darkness: InsecureWeb and the Power of Dark Web Monitoring

Created by Juan Manuel Libera Frómeta, Modified on Fri, 18 Aug 2023 at 12:02 AM by Juan Manuel Libera Frómeta


InsecureWeb is a digital attack surface analysis (DASA) and dark web monitoring platform. It allows organizations and cybersecurity professionals to identify and mitigate cyber risks by proactively scanning the dark web for compromised confidential data. 

A. Overview of the platform and its purpose

InsecureWeb monitors hidden dark web sites like forums, chats, P2P networks and private sites looking for organizations' confidential data such as login credentials, credit card information, internal communications, etc. When sensitive information related to an organization is detected, InsecureWeb sends real-time alerts to take preventive action before the data is used for malicious purposes. 

InsecureWeb's main capabilities include:

  • Real-time dark web monitoring

  • Scheduled and on-demand scans
  • Detection of compromised credentials
  • Protection against phishing and typosquatting
  • API integrations

InsecureWeb is aimed at organizations and cybersecurity service providers interested in strengthening their security posture through early detection and mitigation of confidential data leaks on the dark web. 

B. System Requirements

  • Internet access
  • Web browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc)
  • InsecureWeb account (free or paid subscription)
  • For API, programming knowledge and consuming REST APIs
The InsecureWeb platform is 100% web-accessible, so no software installation is required. 
Users can access the control panel to manage alerts, scans and configurations from any device with web access.

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