Use Cases

Webz Cyber data includes sensitive information that includes personally identifiable information (PII), non-public information, encrypted and password-protected illicit content in addition to other sensitive data published on the dark web.

Here are a few examples of how organizations and brands are using’s Cyber API:

Brand protection
Identifying content containing counterfeit items, for example, medical equipment like coats and goggles being sold on the dark web that claim to offer protection from the COVID-19 virus.
Read about Protecting Fortune 500 Companies with Dark Web Monitoring
Read how dark web criminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 Crisis

Law enforcement
Monitoring darknet marketplaces, forums, sites, chat applications, and hidden content from encrypted and password-protected pages. Detect communications between violent organizers in the US like Antifa and be better prepared for these types of violent protests in the name of George Floyd.
Read how LEA could have been better prepared with darkweb data

Financial fraud detection

Criminal activities are often executed by individuals and groups who leverage the dark web's anonymity to trade illicit goods and services, to coordinate cyberattacks, distribute vulnerabilities, and share compromised data.
Discover dark web data like leaked credit cards, SSNs, names, emails, passwords and more which could indicate financial fraud. Collect and analyze data from dark networks and messaging apps, to mitigate risk, respond faster to these threats and keep organizations safe.
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National security and intelligence
Monitoring dark web imageboards such as 8chat and 4chan, which contained posts that were later linked to the El Paso and Dayton shootings in the United States.
Learn how monitoring imageboards help detect security risks in advance