Tool and Usage
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Why this tool?
ThreatPinch helps to speed up collecting information from common resources like CVE databases or public WHOIS data. As it works from the browser, it is a helpful addition for people who have to perform forensics, security monitoring, or system administration. For example, getting the owner of a domain and IP address becomes almost instant knowledge.
How it works
This security tool is a wrapper around API's. Whenever a particular piece of information is highlighted, the format the selected text is compared to a set of known formats. Depending on the type of data, the right queries are then performed. Such a query could be a CVE lookup for packages, or a WHOIS lookup for domains.
Usage and audience
ThreatPinch Lookup is commonly used for information gathering or threat hunting. Target users for this tool are pentesters, security professionals, and system administrators.
- Integration with web browser
Tool review and remarks
The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:
- + Many integration possibilities available
- - Unknown project license
Supported operating systems
ThreatPinch Lookup is known to work on Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.
Several dependencies are required to use ThreatPinch Lookup.
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Related tool information
This tool is categorized as a open source intelligence tool.