Global Issue. Global Solution
The Surface Web is anything that can be indexed by a typical search engine like Google, Bing or Yahoo, or accessed by a user without having to enter a username or password.
Deep Web is anything that a search engine can’t find. Most of the content located in the Deep Web exists in these websites requires the user to interact with a search form or enter a username and password to access.
The Dark Web then is a small portion of the Deep Web that has been intentionally hidden and is inaccessible through standard web browsers. This is the portion of the Internet most widely known for illicit activities because of the anonymity associated with the TOR network.
HashScout allows us to scan the Internet for the illegal sharing and distribution of our copyrighted material. As the rate of illegal downloads rises, HashScout shortens the distance between us and the bad guys.
Entertainment IndustrySatisfied Customer
The ability to search the dark web for indicators of data loss beginning the moment the digital file is created has been a real game changer for us!
Corporate SecuritySatisfied Customer
Our whitepaper outlines the top advantages of choosing HashScout, a surface, deep, dark web copyright infringement and data loss detection system, over similar solutions. Why it makes sense to move away from digital tags and watermarks, and go straight to a real time, cloud-based, commercially supported solution.