This Threat Intelligence Python Sample Code demonstrates querying the Domain Reputation API service via the Threat Intelligence Platform. The Domain Reputation API enables you with the ability to evaluate a domain's reputation based on security data sources. It allows you to collect and evaluate over 120 parameters and calculate the resulting reputation score based and the Website's content, Domain's SSL certificates, SSL connection, and Domain's WHOIS, for a given domain name and more. The Threat Intelligence API’s provide a way to integrate intelligence analysis insights, using Threat Intelligence data sources to gain knowledge of the target host and crucial threat detection for any system.
Authentication vulnerabilities are at the center of security issues faced by two of the web's biggest companies this week. A German security firm showed that Google's Android platform sends some authentication tokens as plain text. Similarly, Facebook is requiring many developers to update their apps to fix a problem with "leaking auth tokens" due to iframe authentication.
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