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Keeping track of publicly exposed assets is difficult, especially as technology migrates to the cloud, workforces become increasingly distributed, and companies acquire security debt from mergers or acquisitions.
Censys helps discover, manage, and remediate risks in your digital landscape. The founders of the open-source Zmap Project have leveraged the power of up-to-date Internet-wide scan data and created the Censys Attack Surface Management Platform to help organizations understand their external exposures.
Enter a few known assets: website urls, allocated IP addresses, etc.
Censys mines our global Internet dataset to enumerate additional assets that comprise your attack surface, with daily updates for the freshest view.
The Censys risk framework identifies critical exposures that make you vulnerable.
Our APIs and integrations push discoveries into existing workflows and security applications. See Available Integrations
What’s hiding on non-standard ports? You’ll never know if you don’t check them all. Censys provides the most comprehensive view of the Internet, no contest.
Every certificate ever issued for any service you’ve ever verified with TLS is available for you to review, with special attention for those currently in use.
More than 1K+ attributes indexed for easier searching.
Structured data many layers deep provides thorough and accurate characterizations of services running to enable investigations.
Smart intelligent detection of 36 protocols across 2,029 ports gives you the best visibility of important services running on standard and non-standard ports.
Connect cloud feeds like AWS, GCP, and Azure directly into Censys for instant monitoring and better discovery of unsanctioned cloud environments.
Push IPs from your VPN logs in the Platform to understand exposures on the networks of employees who work remotely.
Empower Threat Intel teams with the industry’s best Internet-wide scan data to identify and track threat actors or enrich weblogs with scan data to enhance SOC playbooks.