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AI-powered Relevance Identities Detection
AI-powered Relevance Identities Detection

Automatically classifies identities found across the web and recommends which should be enabled in order to uncover new domain assets.

Stéphane Puthod avatar
Written by Stéphane Puthod
Updated over a week ago

We're excited to announce the launch of Relevance Identities Detection, our very first GPT-4 powered feature that classifies the significance of identities found across DNS, WHOIS, SSL certificates, and other sources. By automatically pinpointing and enabling the most relevant identities, it empowers your organization to discover and categorize potential assets that haven't yet been found or have been parked or forgotten and left unsecured.

How to get started with Relevance Identities Detection

To check the full list of identities that have been detected, navigate to the Settings page, as shown in the screenshot below.

Screenshot of OnDOMAIN's Relevance Detection feature showing examples of identities that have been discovered across DNS, WHOIS, and SSL certificates

Here you will find a comprehensive list of identities that have been discovered and their various locations/types, such as MX record, SOA record, SSL, etc.

When the last column labelled Relevance Identities Detection shows a green bubble, our AI is recommending that you enable this identity. To understand why it is making this recommendation, click on the red info icon for its analysis.

If you decide that you'd like to enable a specific identity, click on the toggle button to enable it. This will help OnDOMAIN surface more potential domain assets owned by your company.

Please note: Identities are disabled by default.

An overview of the discovered identities is also shown in the main Dashboard view.

To read more about Relevance Identities Detection and the value it delivers for large, distributed organizations, read the article linked below.

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