urlscan.io uses an Elasticsearch back-end and enables querying by a number of fields, including:
domain: Domain (or a subdomain of it) is contacted in one of the requests
page.domain: Domain (or a subdomain of it) is the first domain to be contacted
ip: The IP or subnet are contacted in one request
asn: The autonomous system (AS) was contacted (must use
AS prefix!) (comma-separated for more than one)
asname: The autonomous system with this name was contacted (comma-separated for more than one)
filename: This filename was requested
hash: A resource with this SHA256 hash was downloaded
server: The page contact a host running this web server
task.method: one of "
manual" or "
api"; show manual (user) or API submissions
query to run
number of results to return (default is
offset of first result (for pagination) (default is
sorting, specified via
server can also be prefixed with
to only match the value for the first request/response (e.g.
page.server:nginx AND page.domain:de).
Furthermore, you can concatenate search-terms with
Search can only find public scans, there is no way to search for private scans.
x <- urlscan_search("r-project.org")
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