Proactive approach to domain security by continuously scanning for potential subdomain takeover vulnerabilities and notifying users via Slack or email.
Embark on a journey towards enhanced domain security with these three straightforward steps.
Kickstart your journey by signing up for an account on our platform. Post-registration, you'll gain access to your personal dashboard, the command center for monitoring your domains.
Add domains manually, via CSV, or integrate with AWS Route 53, Cloudflare, Google Cloud DNS, or Azure DNS. Our tool auto-imports DNS records, ensuring continuous monitoring and protection for your domains, regardless of your DNS management method.
Our Subdomain Takeover Monitor diligently tracks potential vulnerabilities, keeping you informed about any risks. Receive timely notifications via Slack or email, ensuring you're always one step ahead in safeguarding your domains from potential takeovers.
A subdomain takeover is a high-risk vulnerability that occurs when a subdomain points to a service (like a web host or a cloud service) that has been removed or deleted. This allows attackers to claim the subdomain and host malicious content on it, potentially damaging your brand and endangering your users.
The risks associated with subdomain takeovers are significant. If an attacker successfully takes over a subdomain, they can use it to distribute malware, launch phishing attacks, or perform other malicious activities. This can lead to loss of customer trust, damage to your brand's reputation, and even legal consequences.