Dark Web Monitoring

Gain powerful visibility into dark web communications to surface data leaks and attack planning with ZeroFox Dark Web Monitoring

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Dark Web Monitoring

What is Dark Web Monitoring?

Data brokers and malicious actors continually sell and trade information on the dark web, and security teams alone are often unable to access forums and marketplaces where your data is likely to be found. Dark web monitoring uses both human and artificial intelligence to collect and analyze raw intelligence from across the dark web in real time. Dark web monitoring searches the dark web for information about your organization, including leaked or stolen data, compromised or breached credentials, intellectual property, and other sensitive materials.

Why Dark Web Monitoring matters

Monitoring the dark web is a difficult and expensive task requiring constant data and intelligence collection across concealed and covert communications platforms. It takes experts who have infiltrated and built relationships within these deep and dark web communities to monitor channels including TOR, I2P, ZeroNet, Telegram, Discord, and IRC. This inside information provides organizations with early detection of credential theft and other data leakage; contextual analysis of cyberattacks; and actionable alerts.

Leverage Dark Web Monitoring to uncover attacks before they happen and find leaked information

Cybercriminals add millions of breached user records, credit card numbers, intellectual property (IP) and login credentials to the dark web each day.
Threat actors use the dark web to coordinate social engineering attacks against key organizational individuals and executives.
Early breach detection allows security teams to reduce risk exposure, ensure physical security, and limit damage from attacks.

Dark Web Monitoring Provides Critical Early Warning.

Receive alerts of emerging plans or imminent threats with 24/7 monitoring of credentials, PII, IP, or other sensitive assets that may surface in dark web forums or marketplaces.

Dark Web Monitoring Provides Critical Early Warning.

Comprehensive Alerts that Enable Fast Action.

Alerts include every detail our operatives can gather about the offending content including URLs, IP addresses, compromised credentials, credit card details, account numbers, and PII (such as their SSN, birthdate, address, phone number, and much more.)

Comprehensive Alerts that Enable Fast Action.

The ZeroFox Advantage

For Dark Web Monitoring

Provides early warning of information leakage, contextual analysis of cyberattacks, and actionable alerts to keep clients, employees, and brands protected.

How it Works
  1. 01
    Collect intelligence via scraping, API, human collection and other techniques across a broad range of deep and dark web sources including TOR, I2P, ZeroNet, and Paste Sites.
  2. 02
    Analyze thousands of posts daily across AI classifiers and advanced analysis models such as Natural Language Processing (NLP) to identify leaked data or relevant attack chatter.
  3. 03
    Assess risks, vulnerabilities and malicious exploitation associated with executives, brands, customers and vendors with expert recommendations to improve security operations.
  4. 04
    Deliver high-fidelity, SOC-vetted alerts of illegal sharing of customer information, account credentials and PII, or other fraudulent activity.
For Dark Web Monitoring

Go From Reactive to Proactive with Dark Web Monitoring


Dark web forums continuously monitored

Posts collected per month from dark web sources


Dark web alerts escalated and delivered in the past year

Frequently asked questions

ZeroFox Dark Web Monitoring safeguards businesses against data leakage, breaches, and the illegal sale of data on a broad range of deep and dark web sites including TOR, I2P, ZeroNet, and Paste Sites. You’ll be able to detect the sharing of customer information, account credentials, passport numbers, and PII that puts clients, employees, brand, and business at risk. ZeroFox continuously monitors deep and dark web channels to detect and alert teams to information leakage and contextual analysis of cyberattacks.


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