Threat Lookup API version 1.1 was enhanced with the ability to enforce file uploads based on the license limits.
An indication is received in the response of a File Upload attempt when the file upload limit is reached.
The indication appears with a new http_status_code 429.
For more details, see the API Guide.
There are two options for enforcing the File Upload limit, depending on your licence preference:
Threat Lookup API version 1.0 will be discontinued on the 31st March 2019.
Sandbox API version 1.1 includes some fixes to API version 1.0.
The API fixes are generally relevant to standardizing all API responses to be in JSON format.
For more details, see the API Guide
API Version 1.0 will currently remain supported. An "End Of Life" message will be sent in the future.
Cyren is committed to meeting our customers’ privacy requirements, including compliance with the GDPR. See https://www.cyren.com/gdpr/
For more information see General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Regional Data Processing:
The service usage and processing of files can be affiliated to either a US or EU region. The selection of the sandbox service domain name determines the location of the customer's data processing.
Data processing for EU customers is limited to Cyren’s data centers located in the European Union.
Requests to the threatlookup.com domain will be affiliated to the EU region by default.
ThreatLookup API, providing capabilities such as hash lookup, file upload and download of report and artifacts
Array of sandbox engines offering hybrid static and multiple dynamic analysis
Analysis on all Windows operating system versions
Anti-evasion techniques, increasing detection and reducing false positives
Integration with Cyren's Threat Intelligence ecosystem
HTTPS inspection analyzing encrypted network traffic
Integrated intrusion detection system for detecting suspicious network traffic
Internet simulation for unreachable domains
Automated human interaction (key strokes, mouse movements)