Third-party servicesBelow you can find a list of the service that we use to make our service available to you.
We use Adobe Creative Cloud to design our websites and marketing materials.
We use Adyen for payments. You can read their terms and conditions on their website.
We use Jira from Atlassian to track development issues.
We use Calendly to schedule meetings without the back-and-forth of email.
We use Chargebee for billing. You can read their terms and conditions on their website.
We use Disqus as the commenting service on our Blog.
Since we believe in a paper-free office, we use DocuSign to sign contracts.
We use FreshDesk to answer questions from our customers.
We use a self-hosted version of GitLab so that our developers can track issues.
We use G Suite as our office suite.
We use different Google tools such as Google Analytics, Adwords, Tag Manager, Search Console, and Optimize to track how our marketing campaigns are performing.
We use Greenhouse to keep track of candidates during recruitment.
We use HubSpot to grow and manage communication with our community of ethical hackers.
We use Mailchimp to inform the Detectify Crowdsource community and media stakeholders about company updates.
We use Mixmax as a support system to know who opens an email.
We use Pardot, a marketing automation tool, to communicate with customers, newsletter subscribers, and event attendees.
We use Salesforce as a sales management tool.
We use Slack to create alignment and a shared understanding across our teams, making us more productive, less stressed, and just a little bit happier.
We use WP Engine to host our WordPress blogs (https://blog.detectify.com and https://labs.detectify.com).
Product related services
We use Ahrefs to keep track of our SEO performance across our website and blogs.
We use Archive.org to collect the history of changes regarding the websites we use.
We use various Amazon services in Ireland, including Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon SES, and Amazon S3 to provide Detectify for you.
We use some Bing services such as PPC advertising.
We use Cert Spotter to stay updated on when digital certs are issued for your domains. Cert Spotter is created by SSL mate.
We use crt.sh to search for certification data.
We use G2 to collect public reviews of our Detectify. It makes suggestions on who we should connect with to start a sales dialogue.
We use Hotjar on the Detectify website to better understand user behaviour.
We use Mention to keep track of when Detectify is mentioned on the internet.
We use Netcraft to get a better understanding of your domain information.
We use 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.
We use Wincher to keep track of our keyword rankings as part of our SEO efforts.
We use Wistia as a media player to host our videos.
Software tools, libs and services
We use the Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) as a simple framework for embedding Chromium-based browsers in other applications.
We use the Clearbit connector in Salesforce to help enrich the data we collect on our users.
We use Django so our datateam can push updates as fast as possible.
We use Drift, a conversational marketing software, to learn about and engage with our website visitors.
We use multiple Elastic products such as ElasticSearch, Kibana and Logstash.
We use Gearman to provide a generic application framework to farm out work to other machines or processes that are better suited to do the work.
We use HTMLUnit to simulate browsing and module HTML documents with a headless browser.
We use Luigi to build complex pipelines of batch jobs.
We use PhantomJS and it’s components as core components in our service rely on it.
We use RabbitMQ as our message queuing system. RabbitMQ are licensed under the Mozilla Public Licence.
We use Selenium to automate browser behaviour.