Using a vast array of OSINT sources and the power of the core engine's graph discovery, Intrigue provides unparalleled external asset visibility.
Intrigue uses link analysis technology to identify third party links and relationships, allowing security teams to gain visibility of third-party risk.
Intrigue helps security teams identify assets that are no longer used, but still present a risk to the organization.
Intrigue makes it simple to identify exposed vulnerabilities in application stacks and their underlying hosts. Vulnerability information can be easily exported for vulnerability management teams.
Unmanaged systems and networks are a reality for most organizations, forcing security teams to scramble to find and document these assets. Intrigue can help identify and track down the owners of unmanaged systems and applications.
Attack surface is no longer limited to domain records and IP address ranges. Cloud infrastructures, 3rd party networks and applications are making attack surface progressively more difficult to manage.
Enterprise teams need intelligent mechanisms to discover and secure their public presence and to keep track of unmanaged and exposed assets.
Intrigue routinely collects publicly available perimeter information based on open source intelligence.
Intrigue emulates actions of a security researcher by interactively mapping publicly-facing systems, exposed services, and applications. Starting with 'seed' information, like a domain name, Intrigue uses over 60 unique modules to build an intelligent knowledge graph of visible enterprise assets, their applications, misconfigurations, and vulnerabilities.
Our customers can manage the accuracy of the reports by supplying private 'seed' information and filtering out inaccurate associations. They also benefit from advanced assessment plugins not available to the public, which take further steps to uncover information valuable to potential attackers.