SECURITY TOOLS

Below are the list of tools available for individuals and security teams to purchase.

SiliconPen

Type:

  API Endpoint

Price:

  From £30/Year

Requires:

  API Key Header

SiliconPen takes away one of the hardest issues with any new project, the creation of the project name! Using hand crafted lists our generator is used by corporations around the globe to help grease the rusty cogs of nomenclature. This is not just a couple of dictionaries combined, SiliconPen is more sophisticated and delivers brandable names in milliseconds.

How to use:

SiliconPen has only one function, 'generate', that can be called. 

A simple GET request to https://siliconpen.api.cygenta.co.uk/generate along with your API key will return a string containing the generated name. 

 

Code Example:

Curl:

curl --location --request GET 'https://siliconpen.api.cygenta.co.uk/generate' \

--header 'x-api-key: Your_API_Key_Here'

 

Python:

import requests

 

url = "https://siliconpen.api.cygenta.co.uk/generate"

 

payload={}

headers = {

  'x-api-key': ' Your_API_Key_Here '

}

 

response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)

 

print(response.text)

response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)

 

print(response.text)

TinHawk

Type:

  API Endpoint

Price:

  From £100/year

Requires:

  API Key Header

A perfect tool to integrate into your OSINT or RedTeam tooling. TinHawk can check if an email address is used by Twitter, therefore verifying that the email address for your target has a Twitter account.  TinHawk does not provide the user account, just verification that the email is in use. Whilst this can be done manually, this API allows the checking of thousands of emails in seconds, for example a list of corporate email targets, to allow you and your team to focus on those accounts that could be targeted as part of simulated phishing or other social engineering attacks.

How to use:

TinHawk provides just one function and takes in one value.

 

A simple GET request to the following API endpoint

https://tinhawk.api.cygenta.co.uk/check?email=you@yourtarget.com

 

You will also need to provide your API key as a header

Code Examples:

Curl:
curl --location --request GET 'https://tinhawk.api.cygenta.co.uk/check?email=you@yourtarget.com' \

--header 'x-api-key: Your_API_Key_Here'

Python:

import requests

 

url = "https://tinhawk.api.cygenta.co.uk/check?email=you@yourtarget.com"

 

payload={}

headers = {

  'x-api-key': 'Your_API_Key_Here'

}

 

response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)

 

print(response.text)