We maintain one of the largest repositories of actionable security information in the world. By providing data to those who need it, we equip our partners to become more secure.
Shadowserver provides CSIRTs and law enforcement agencies around the world with the insights and capabilities required to conduct effective local, regional, or international security investigations. These partners trust us to provide relevant information, equip them to interpret it effectively, work discreetly in sensitive situations, and help them acquire the evidence to build a successful case.
At Shadowserver, we believe in transparency and work to promote a culture of sharing across the Internet security community. But we aren’t reckless. The data we collect is protected. We make it available on a need-to-know basis, whether you’re an end-user or a national CSIRT. Full answer »
Shadowserver provides detailed information about detected events on your networks once you opt-in and subscribe to our free daily reports. You can find more general high level information about different potential types of threats by visiting our Statistics page.
Similarly to organizations such as Shodan and Censys, Shadowserver performs daily port scanning of the entire IPv4 Internet, from computers physically located in the USA, where port scanning is not prevented by Federal law. Full answer »
The Shadowserver Foundation offers all services free of charge, for public benefit. We don’t sell data. Our funding comes from sponsorships, grants, and charitable donations.