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Sensors Search Parameters

The API has endpoints for querying our data in which you can use free text search together with one or more of the following filters:

Fields

ip: (string)

Search by IP address or CIDR.

e.g ip:"192.168.1.1/24" or ip:192.168.1.1

port: (int)

Search by target port number.

e.g. port:80

payload: (string)

Search in the payloads for a specific string

e.g. payload:wget

country: (string)

Search using ISO2 Country Codes.

e.g. country:ES

geoip.country_name: (string)

Search using country names.

e.g. geoip.country_name:spain

geoip.city_name: (string)

Search using city names.

e.g. geoip.city_name:madrid

asn: (int)

Search by ASN.

e.g. asn:4812

as_name: (string)

Search by AS name.

e.g. as_name:amazon

tags: (string)

Search by tags.

e.g. tags:NMAP_SCANNER

Can be:

  • ETHEREUM_NODE_SCANNER
  • VNC_SCANNER
  • PHPMYADMIN
  • VOIP_SCANNER
  • ADB_SCANNER
  • NMAP_SCANNER
  • ORACLE_TNS_SCANNER
  • RSYNC_SCANNER
  • WORDPRESS
  • SHODAN
  • CENSYS
  • RAPID7
  • SHADOWSERVER

created_at: (date)

Search by timestamp.

e.g.
    created_at:[2018-09-01 TO 2018-10-01]
    created_at:2018-09-01

rdns: (string)

Search by RDNS.

e.g. rdns:static-206-162-231-219.wireless.unwiredbb.net

rdns_parent: (string)

Search by RDNS root.

e.g. rdns_parent:unwiredbb.net

extra.http.path: (string)

Search by HTTP path.

e.g. extra.http.path:"/index.html"

extra.http.method: (string)

Search by HTTP method.

e.g. extra.http.path:POST

extra.ssh.description: (string)

Search by SSH identification string.

e.g. extra.ssh.description:dropbear

Notes

Free Text: not specifying a field will search on the full records, which can include other information not stated above.

Conditionals: the following conditionals are available: NOT, AND, OR. Must be UPPERCASE. You can also use the minus sign (-) as a replacement for the NOT conditional.

String fields caveat: if the string is expected to have spaces or some kind of punctuation in the middle, instead of querying field:value try instead field.keyword:"value". The first one will search for any occurrence of any of the words in value, while the second one will search for an exact match of the string.

Field existence or omission: you can search for records that have a specific field by using _exists_:field. Conversely, for records missing a field it would be NOT _exists_:field.