Third party services
Below you can find a list of the service that we use to make our service available to you.
Detectify graphic designers use Adobe Creative Cloud to design our websites and our marketing material.
For payments we use Adyen. You can read their terms and conditions on their website.
We use Jira from Atlassian to track development issues.
Calendly helps you schedule meetings without the back-and-forth emails.
Detectify uses Chargebee for billing. You can read their terms and conditions on their website.
Whenever you have a question for us, we will receive that question and answer it via Desk.
We use Disqus as the commenting service to our blog.
Since we believe in a paper free office we use DocuSign to sign as many contracts as possible.
Detectify use a self-hosted version of GitLab to track issues for our developers.
Detectify G Suite as our office suite.
The Detectify marketing team uses different Google tools such as Google Analytics, Adwords, Tag Manager and the Search console to keep track our how our marketing campaigns performs.
Detectify relies on MailChimp to help us when we need to inform our customers of new updates and other stuff.
To know who opens the email our sales team send out we use Mixmax as a support system.
Pardot is our marketing automation tool that is used to communicate with customers, newsletter subscribers and event attendees.
Pipedrive is our sales management tool.
Salesforce is our sales management tool.
Slack creates alignment and shared understanding across our teams, making us more productive, less stressed, and just a little bit happier.
Detectify uses Teamtailor to keep track of candidates that we would love to recruit.
We are hosting our Wordpress blogs (https://blog.detectify.com and https://labs.detectify.com) on WP Engine.
Product related services
To collect history of changes regarding websites we use Archive.org.
We use various Amazon services in Ireland, including Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon SES and Amazon S3 to provide Detectify for you.
A web search engine developed by Microsoft.
We are using Cert Spotter get updated when digital certs are issued for one of your domains. Cert Spotter is created by SSL mate, you can catch up how their terms works here.
Detectify uses crt.sh to search for certification data.
To keep track of when Detectify is mentioned on the world wide web we use Mention.
Detectify uses Netcraft to get a better understanding of your domain information.
Detectify uses Riddler from F-Secure to get a better understanding of your domain information.
We use VirusTotal to find viruses and malware hosted on scanned domains. Detectify is authorized for commercial use of VirusTotal.
To keep track on our SEO ranking we track a selected amount of keywords using Wincher.
Software tools, libs and services
The Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) is a simple framework for embedding Chromium-based browsers in other applications.
Internally we use Django so our datateam can push updates as fast as possible.
Out data team love Elastic and their products, so use use multiple of their products such as ElasticSearch, Kibana and Logstash.
Gearman provides a generic application framework to farm out work to other machines or processes that are better suited to do the work.
To simulate browsing and module HTML documents with a headless browser we use HTMLUnit.
The Detectify data team uses Luigi to build complex pipelines of batch jobs.
Core components in our service relies on PhantomJS and it’s components.
Detectify uses RabbitMQ as our message queuing system. RabbitMQ are licensed under the Mozilla Public Licence.
To automate browser behaviour we use Selenium. You can read more about Selenium here.