A New Feature on Your Dashboard

Gain Deeper Visibility with Segasec’s Replication Details

Gain Deeper Visibility with Segasec’s Replication Details

Customers with eagle eyes may have noticed a new feature on the Segasec dashboard, called Replication Details. As part of our drive to add value to our solution, we’re providing our users with more information than ever before about the nature of any threat. 


Here’s how it works:

 How do I find Replication Details?

Take a look at your dashboard, and you’ll see a small ‘Replication Details’ button on the right-hand side of each threat. Where previously you could only see the status of each URL, marked as a suspicious or live threat, customers can now access more information about the potential attack.

What information will I be able to see? 

Once you click on this button, you’ll be able to see the details, monitored regularly to make sure that you always have accurate information. Different elements are checked at varied time intervals, depending on how important the data is. For example, the DNS is monitored several times an hour, keeping Segasec updated on which IP address the domain belongs to, as well as details such as whether there are any MX records attached to the domain. This identifies a mail server that hackers could be using to send scam emails from that domain. 

Other information that customers can access includes the attack’s real web content, regardless of web cloaking attempts, as well as the website title and HTML, and its online or offline status. Replication Details will also show you when the last scan was done of all the threat statistics, putting your mind at rest that you have continuous intelligence where it’s needed the most. 

What value can I gain from Replication Details?

Our thought process is simple. If we have information that could be useful to you as a business, we want to make sure that you have access to it, too. We believe that our customers should feel fully in control at all times, with more detail and insight into suspicious domain and URL threats and their behaviors. 

With this clearer picture into the status of threats and the nature of each attack, we hope that our customers can make smart decisions, alerting their own users where necessary, or choosing how and when to block and take down any attack. 

Are you planning on expanding the information that customers can access?

We’re always looking for new ways to make Segasec more user-friendly and efficient, providing our users with the control they need for ultimate peace of mind. 

In our next few updates, you should look forward to seeing historical data on attack footprints, such as a change from one hosting provider to another. This kind of information can help users to follow the movements of an attack, learning from the hackers' behavior and gaining forensic evidence that can help to track down the culprits. 

As more than half of all phishing websites now have https, a traditional sign that the URL was safe, we’re also looking to provide customers with more information on certificates, in the hopes of keeping more of your users safe from harm. 

If there’s any other information that you’d like to see on your Segasec dashboard, or you want to get started benefiting from the only all-in-one intelligence and response platform on the market, we would love to hear from you!