Discover our new ranges of services and tools operated by our Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT):
EyeDeep: How do you seek for dataleaks in the wild?
DeepWeb is a common name for parts of the World Wide Web where contents are not indexed by standard web search engines for any reason. Part of this Deep Web is known as pasties website.
These websites like «pastebin.com», «quickleak.se», «slexy.org» etc… are commonly used for exchanging information about compromised credentials.
Excellium offers a comprehensive service for monitoring the DeepWeb for your domains or any given keyword. This service is called EyeDeep and is operated by CERT-XLM, the CSIRT of Excellium services.
More information on our dedicated webpage : EyeDeep
EyeTLD: How do you monitor your DNS server hijacking and fomenting typosquatting ?
The Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the foundations of the internet, DNS is a directory of names that match with IP numbers. Most people outside of networking probably don’t realize they use it every day to do their jobs, check their email or access to they’re web banking system.
However this system may be victim of attacks, from typo squatting leading to spear phishing to hijacking leading to man in the middle attacks and misconfigurations leading to deny of services. Even hijacking the whole DNS servers, as seen recently in attacks such DNSpionage, is an indirect way to attack your assets.
Excellium offers a comprehensive service of monitoring the DNS Domains of the client. This service is called EyeTLD and is operated by CERT-XLM, the CSIRT of Excellium services.
More information on our dedicated webpage : EyeTLD
EyeNotify: How do you track vulnerabilities of your assets?
Excellium offers a comprehensive service of packaged and customized security bulletins. This service is called EyeNotify and is operated by the Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) of Excellium services, CERT-XLM.
EyeNotify informs clients of newly discovered vulnerabilities, allowing rapid remediation of security issues. In addition to the vulnerability survey, a monthly newsletter provides further information about specific security issues, as well as regulatory changes.
More information on our dedicated webpage : EyeNotify
Please note that EyeDeep and EyeTLD are already included in our global Security Operations Center services.
Feel free to come back to us for any further information you may require. We are at your disposal to present you the details of these new services : firstname.lastname@example.org