No need to visit multiple threat feed sources, just chat with DBot to find reputation of IP addresses, URLs and files from within Slack.
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DBot was designed for enabling easy access to advanced security information for security professionals using Slack and for securing Slack content for anybody using Slack.
Whether you are in the middle of a forensic investigation or simply trying to understand whether you have encountered a security issue, DBot saves time and effort by delivering threat feed reputation for IP, URL and Files from multiple sources right within Slack. Simply upload a suspicious file into one of your Slack channels, type a URL or IP address or even copy an MD5 hash into Slack and threat information will be readily available to you in a matter of seconds. Oh yes, and you can also share this information with your colleagues in Slack while you’re at it!
DBot protects Slack users by monitoring communications in the background and warning them about malicious and harmful content in real time. DBot warnings are non-intrusive and are delivered within the Slack interface.
DBot analyses all communications for security risks on elements including File, URL and IP address.
Get file reputation with MD5 or scan the entire file that is shared.
URL & IP security analysis using multiple sources to protect users.
All integrated in Slack, no external interface to get security feeds.
Customize and choose the channels and private groups for monitoring. Enable private keys for threat feeds.
Nothing to Install, Nothing to Pay and One-click Activation.
Detailed security data for Security Analyst and summary for everyone.
Designed for Security Analysts, DBot delivers deep analysis for URL, File and IP by correlating multiple sources.
DBot uses multiple security threat feeds and malware analysis engines to review all the communication for security. File, IP and URL entities are extracted and analyzed in real time for protecting users.