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WhoisXML API is thrilled to announce a new integration with Pangea, the first Security Platform-as-a-Service (SPaaS) providing API-based security services to developers. This collaboration will allow Pangea developers to access comprehensive, up-to-date, and accurate domain ownership information.
The integration of WhoisXML API’s domain data into the Pangea Domain Intel API enables developers to programmatically monitor and block newly registered domains (NRDs), identify potentially suspicious domain names based on their WHOIS record details, and protect domain portfolios against domain hijacking and domain spoofing.
As part of our efforts to make the Internet safer and more transparent, WhoisXML API recently became an integration partner of Sumo Logic, a cloud-based machine data analytics company.
With WhoisXML API, Sumo Logic users can enrich their incident investigations and accelerate threat response through access to well-parsed and normalized WHOIS, IP, and DNS intelligence. This data provides SOC analysts, security teams, threat intelligence companies, and other users with much-needed internet visibility.
WhoisXML API, an industry-leading WHOIS, IP, and DNS intelligence provider, announced a new integration with Anomali, a leader in transforming security operations to deliver better business decisions. The partnership provides threat hunters, threat intelligence companies, SOC analysts, and other users with more comprehensive Internet visibility, enabling accelerated threat response and decision-making.
Internet data sharing and transparency have always been part of WhoisXML API’s advocacy. Our commitment to this goal has prompted us to develop collaborative relationships with various entities, including security companies and platforms, researchers, and media organizations.
Among our most recent endeavors relevant to that is joining the Snowflake Partner Network. This collaboration means that WhoisXML API’s comprehensive WHOIS, IP, and DNS intelligence can now be accessed through Snowflake.
Joint users can now have instant access to domains as they are added, updated, and dropped on a daily basis while enjoying the platform’s scalable, flexible, multi-cluster data architecture.
Access to relevant data is extremely valuable in today’s information-driven environment. That is especially true in the realm of attack surface mapping. By getting a sense of attack surfaces through asset discovery processes for vulnerability management, organizations can assess their security posture and better protect themselves against external attacks.
Attack surface mapping may seem like a lot of work, but cybersecurity experts don’t have to go at it alone. Many members of the cybersecurity community are linked through the Open Web Application Security Project® (OWASP) Foundation, a nonprofit organization that aims to improve software security. The OWASP Amass Project, meanwhile, embodies the community’s synergistic and collaborative effort.
Among the first obstacles in the way of cybercrime investigations is evidence gathering. Questions like “Where can we find the correct data for investigation?” and “Is the data we gathered enough to identify a cybercriminal?” often bug investigators and forensic teams. Without accurate and sufficient evidence, diagnoses would mostly remain assumptions and theories.
Maltego addresses this issue by employing various threat intelligence sources, which now include WhoisXML API, one of the largest domain and IP intelligence providers. With WhoisXML API transforms, Maltego enables investigators and researchers to include current and historical WHOIS and Domain Name System (DNS) records of IP addresses and domains in their investigations.
In line with WhoisXML API’s goal to help make the Internet a safer and more secure environment, we launched the Data Contribution and Exchange Program. As part of this program, we partner with Internet registries and registrars in various ways, notably to facilitate and expedite critical cyber threat data collection and distribution.
To prevent abuse on the Internet and attain our ultimate goal, we raise awareness about cybercrime trends, threat detection techniques, and threat hunting best practices.
Thus, it was not by coincidence that APTLD invited the WhoisXML API team to share their expertise on cybersecurity with the APTLD community at an exclusive cybersecurity webinar held on 9 June 2021.