the tagline for threatcrowd is "the search engine for threats". whilst it's great to see some people start to use this to describe the site, until now the search function has been sorely lacking. today i'm happy to release the first version of a real search function.
a new version of the threatcrowd api is now available on github, the details of the earlier version are left below. in response to requests, a beta search api for threatcrowd is now available. the search api is designed to return search results - it does not provide any detail.
whois lookup for threatcrowd.org. whois. domains. registration. register a domain get your domain under no circumstances will you use this data to (a) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission by e-mail, telephone, or facsimile of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations to entities other than the data recipient
the threatcrowd rest api allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of threatcrowd with other applications. some example api methods include identifying related infrastructure and malware, searching for domains, ip addresses, email addresses, and more. threatcrowd provides a search engine and result for online malware and security threats.