With DarkOwl data products, end users can monitor, browse, and stream content in near real-time from the high-risk surface web, deep web, darknet, and darknet adjacent sites like authenticated chat platforms.
Automated AI and manual collections maximize data volume and quality
Sourced from darknet, deep web, and darknet adjacent sites such as Tor, I2P, ZeroNet and Telegram
Comprised of darknet marketplaces, forums, authenticated chat rooms and more
Continuous processes from DarkOwl engines consume unstructured data in near-real time
Dataset is cleaned and stored in a secure environment
Isolated entities such as email addresses, social security numbers, and cryptocurrencies allow users to quickly identify important data
Included metadata and source content provides contextual information
Vision app provides user-friendly interface for researchers
API products enable enterprises to integrate DarkOwl data into their native environment
Datafeeds can be customized to deliver unfiltered data at scale
“Through our partnership with DarkOwl, Ontic becomes the only protective intelligence platform to unite the largest dataset of dark web data that exists today with that from social media, news sites, public and criminal records, and company-proprietary records.”
Access to “deep darknet”
While others claim to collect content from the darknet, many have limited access and crawl only the landing pages of most sites. Due to DarkOwl’s combination of account-level access and advanced machine learning technology, 99% of all DarkOwl’s coverage goes “deeper” than the landing page of the websites we collect from, across all sources. In fact, an estimated 60% of all DarkOwl data comes from sources that require some form of authenticated, or account-level access.
Coverage of encrypted chats
DarkOwl collects millions of documents each day from the darknet and darknet adjacent networks, including encrypted chat platforms, hacker forums, FTP servers, marketplaces, as well as other authenticated chat services that DarkOwl may not divulge to protect uninterrupted collection.