It's time again for some exciting news! Several User Interface improvements were deployed and here's a summary of what's been done:
- Updated SurfaceBrowser™ navigation to streamline exploratory items into "Browse"
ANNOUNCEMENTIt's time again for some very exciting news!
Whether you're a fan of light or dark mode, both options are available today in SecurityTrails™ Free App, ASR, SurfaceBrowser, and User Console.
announcement Exciting news!! Our new SQL API endpoint is launched.
This replaces any prototype DSLv2 endpoints and is production-ready.
Please contact sales if you'd like to subscribe to it (it's not currently included in retail packages)
You'll be able to:
improvement We introduced a new include_inactive parameter for the subdomains endpoint, that allows to filter for subdomains that currently have a DNS record set.
improvement The Hosting Report page has been adjusted so that the locations are better understandable.
announcement The summary page in ASR has been updated to include more data
We released some changes to the SQL query language.
improvement We changed the timestamp format in the responses from UNIX timestamps to ISO8601
improvement We added the most recent DNS response history to the host table
improvement We added JARM fingerprints to the IP table
We are excited to announce that we released a long requested feature. We added the possibility to look up hostnames that pointed to a certain IP in the last 90 days.
announcement IP DNS History has been added
With the new release we support ASR project sharing. With this feature you are now able to collaborate on your projects with your colleagues. Further we added more data so that you can also query for the HTTP headers of our crawls. Also, a new documentation has been published.
SurfaceBrowser and ASR
announcement You can now query HTTP headers from the SQL explorer. Read more about it on our blog
announcement ASR project sharing support has been added for teams who want to collaborate on projects.
announcement We published a new documentation for SurfaceBrowser and ASR.
improvement All possible SQL operators have been added to documentation in the SQL explorer
improvement We added grouping of ports for selected WAFs and CDNs. This allows you to keep a better overview. This behavior can be deactivated in the settings.
In this release we introduce ASRv2 - our attack surface reduction tool. It allows you to assess your attack surface accessible from the internet in one application. Our ASR user interface allows you to proactively monitor critical assets of your company.
Gather all possible information related to your company. This feature will bring all discovered hostnames such as the most common ones (like your web and mail server) plus additional ones that may exist or be forgotten. It allows you to look at and review your infrastructure from a different angle.
Get proactive alerts when your infrastructure changes are detected. This is especially useful to notice unwanted/malicious new configurations that could be silently made by error/misconfiguration or an attacker in control of your DNS zones.
Understand the different security risks that your company may be facing. It will provide you an additional insight of those services that could be harmful and should be reviewed.
Get a grasp of your internet-facing infrastructure by having a detailed inventory. ASR shows you selected services and configurations that could be intersting to understand your company's attack surface.
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improvement Added the possibility to download SSL certificates from the SSL certificate detail pages