Have you ever wanted to know when exactly scanning for a Tag or vulnerability really started and how its behavior has changed? GreyNoise Trends shows you exactly that. With Trends you can see how many hits GreyNoise has seen across our sensor network for any of our Tags in both hourly and daily granularity.
Details on individual Tags, such as Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) Crawler can be found by searching for and clicking on the Tag from our Tag List. This page additionally includes any timeline, associated CVE information, and resources that our team has found relevant.
And if you just want to know about what’s new, what’s weird, and what is changing on the internet, our Trends page shows Trending Tags, Anomalies, Most Active, and Most Recently added Tags.
The GreyNoise Tag Trends page helps users to identify GreyNoise tags of interest based on different filters and criteria. The page includes four different category filters and also allows users to filter the categories based on classification.
What are trending tags? - GreyNoise classifies a tag as trending when our sensors observe a significant increase in the average number of IPs transmitting traffic within a 3-day period. The list is sorted in descending order of the Percent Change value and displays the top ten tags.
What are tag anomalies? - GreyNoise classifies a tag as an anomaly when our sensors observe a sudden peak in the number of IPs transmitting traffic within a 10-day period. The list is sorted in descending order of the Score value and displays the top ten tags.
By Michael Martin
Defenders must understand which event needs investigating right now. There are many triggers for such events, but a major one is knowing when their threat landscape has changed.
The GreyNoise University - Product Overview training series covering the Tag Trends view, what actions you can take, and what problems this helps you solve.