We've put together some tools to help you asses risk. We are constantly on the lookout for cybersecurity/privacy related companies that expose an API. We then organize them in one place and build a UI to make them easy to use.
WhoIs lets you perform a domain whois search, whois IP lookup and search the whois database for relevant information on domain registration and availability. This can help provide insight into a domain's history and additional information.
Have any of your email accounts or passwords been compromised as part of a data breach? You can quickly assess if you may have been put at risk due to an online account of yours having been compromised or "pwned" in a data breach. We use the Have I Been Pwned API to search a database of over 8 billion stolen accounts and 500 million compromised passwords.
Quickly check if a domain is blacklisted by popular and trusted domain blacklist services such as URLVir, ThreatLog, OpenPhish, Spam404, PhishTank, ZeuS Tracker and more. We use multiple domain blacklist services to better identify potentially malicious and fraudulent websites involved in malware distribution, phishing incidents and fake online shops.
Do you have a link to a URL that has been shortened by services like goo.gl (Google), fb.me (Facebook), t.co (Twitter), bit.ly, or TinyURL? This tool calls our own code to give you the original URL. Don't take a chance and see where that shortened URL might take you.
VirusTotal aggregates many antivirus products and online scan engines to check for viruses that the user's own antivirus may have missed, or to verify against any false positives.
Users can also scan suspect URLs and search through the VirusTotal dataset. VirusTotal for dynamic analysis of malware uses Cuckoo sandbox. VirusTotal was selected by PC World as one of the best 100 products of 2007.