Monitoring the dark web
Sites on the dark web are marketplaces for emerging cyber threats. These are rich sources of intelligence, often relevant to a broad spectrum of potential targets. Recorded Future’s machine learning and natural language processing instantly creates links from sites on the dark web to other threat sources, enabling you to more quickly identify, profile, and mitigate risks to your organization.
Translate the language of cyber threats
Relevant intelligence in real time
To make the best use of dark web intelligence, you want to be alerted only when new and relevant information emerges and be able to quickly determine what requires further investigation or escalation. Recorded Future enables you to automate the identification of proprietary data or lost credentials on dark marketplaces as well as mentions of your company, brands, or infrastructure. You can also uncover new and emerging exploits and malcode tools relevant to your technology stack being developed and traded in dark web locations.
Cut through the exploit chatter noise
Newly identified vulnerabilities or exploits represent significant opportunities for threat actors, and these attack methods are discussed, developed, and sold in dark web forums and underground marketplaces. Recorded Future automates identification of exploit chatter for unknown vulnerabilities, helping you identify information uniquely relevant to your business and better prioritize remediation efforts based on evidence of increased adversary intent or their capabilities.
Expand your visibility of the dark web
Having the time and resources to collect, analyze, and combine intelligence from the dark web manually is next to impossible, so Recorded Future continuously adds new, high-value dark web sources for you. We’ve collected content from hundreds of relevant Tor sites, IRC channels, forums, and paste sites. In addition to adding new sources, our technology tracks criminal communities as they change their IP and domain infrastructure.