OSINT friendly IOC (Indicator of Compromise) search tool
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Mitaka is an OSINT friendly IOC (Indicator of Compromise) search tool.

It works as a Chrome extension and it makes possible to search / scan IOC via the context menu.


Supported IOC types

name desc. eg.
text freetext any string(s)
ip IPv4 address
domain domain name github.com
url URL https://github.com
email Email address test@test.com
hash md5 / sha1 / sha256 44d88612fea8a8f36de82e1278abb02f
cve CVE number CVE-2018-11776

Note: email type IOC is used for a reverse WHOIS lookup.

Supported search engines

name url supported types
Censys https://censys.io text
Cymon https://cymon.io ip / domain
DomainBigData https://domainbigdata.com domain
DomainWatch https://domainwat.ch domain / email
FindSubDomains https://findsubdomains.com domain
HybridAnalysis https://www.hybrid-analysis.com hash (sha256 only)
ONYPHE https://www.onyphe.io ip
Pipl https://pipl.com email
PublicWWW https://publicwww.com text
Pulsedive https://pulsedive.com ip / domaion / url / hash
RiskIQ http://community.riskiq.com ip / domain / email
SecurityTrails https://securitytrails.com ip / domain
Shodan https://www.shodan.io text
Sploitus https://sploitus.com cve
Talos https://talosintelligence.com ip / domain
ThreatCrowd https://www.threatcrowd.org ip / domain / email
Urlscan https://urlscan.io ip / domain / url
ViewDNS https://viewdns.info ip / domain / email
VirusTotal https://www.virustotal.com ip / domain / url / hash
Vulmon https://vulmon.com cve
X-Force Exchange https://exchange.xforce.ibmcloud.com ip / domain / hash

You can enable / disable a search engine via the extension's options.

Supported scan engine

name url supported types
Urlscan https://urlscan.io ip / domain / url
VirusTotal https://www.virustotal.com url


How to use

The Chrome extension shows context menus based on a type of IOC you selected and then you can choose what you want to search / scan on.





  • urlscan.io scan:
    • Please set your urlscan.io API key via the options if you want to make a scan.
  • VirusTotal scan:
    • Please set your VirusTotal API key via the options if you want to make a scan.


You can enable / disable a search engine in the options page based on your preference.


About Permissons

This Chrome extension requires following permissions.

  • Read and change all your data on the websites you visit:
    • This extension creates context menus dynamically based on what you select on a website.
    • It means this extension requires reading all your data on the websites you visit. (This extension doesn't change anything on the websites)
  • Display notifications:
    • This extension makes a notification when something goes wrong.

I don't (and will never) collect any information from the users.

How to build (for developers)

The chrome extension is written in TypeScript and built by webpack.

TypeScript files will start out in src directory, run through the TypeScript compiler, then webpack, and end up in JavaScript files in dist directory.

git clone https://github.com/ninoseki/mitaka.git
cd mitaka
npm install
npm run build

Following procedures to load an unpacked extension are described at https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/getstarted.


Mitaka/θ¦‹γŸγ‹ means "Have you seen it?" in Japanese.