scoutPRIME - Using Search
Written by Benjamin Dewey
Updated over a week ago

scoutPRIME is a powerful tool that scans the Internet to ingest and store millions of items of enriched data in its system 24/7.

The search function allows you to retrieve this data and provide you with detailed information about online assets that belong to you or third parties you are monitoring.

You can use search by typing in keywords, or by entering elements such as IP addresses, domains, CIDRs, ASNs, and owner names.

The retrieved results provide you with details on asset network ownership information, DNS history, file hashes, geolocation information, asset enumeration of port services, and more.

Analysis of these results can help you assess the level of risk that your organization or another carries.

Types of Searches

By using the filters in the search dropdown you can perform various types of searches, including:

  • All - Allows you to conduct a standard search for an online asset/element. You can search by domain name (FQDN), IP address (IPV4 or IPV6), CIDR4 and CIDR6, ASN, and Owner.

  • Map - Allows you to see the geolocation(s) of the online asset.

  • Reverse Whois - Allows you to search for domains by the name, address, telephone number, email address or geolocation of the registrant listed in current or historical Whois records.

  • Associated Risks - Lists any Threats and Vulnerabilities associated with an online asset/element.

NOTE: Even after you view any initial search results, scoutPRIME will continue to scan and retrieve information in the background for more details or elements that may be relevant to your original search.

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