What is Canary?

Canary is a service that allows you to search for potentially leaked data that has been exposed on the Internet. Passwords, e-mail addresses, hostnames, and other data have been indexed to allow for easy searching.


Ashley Madison and Canary

Posted: 2015-08-19, 03:00

Canary is currently processing the data from the Ashley Madison data. All e-mail addresses found within the dump have been submitted for analysis and will be available within the coming hours.... Read more...

We’re updating!

Posted: 2015-07-31, 17:56

As you may have noticed, Canary's blog hasn't had an update as of late. We can assure you that we're working on a huge update that addresses performance, better data extraction, and much more. Expect to see further details on this in September.... Read more...

Announcing Canary Alerts and public data submission

Posted: 2015-01-12, 01:50

One of the features originally planned and promised for Canary was alerts. Finally we have delivered that and a few new features to the Canary website. Alerts In this update, we have introduced the new Alert system. At the moment it is set up to only alert you if there is an incoming sample that ... Read more...

Determining the possible validity of a breach (or was PSN really hacked again?)

Posted: 2014-11-21, 15:49

If you've been following social media as of late, you might have seen remarks about a new set of data that is floating about stating that PlayStation Network (PSN) along with 2K Games and Windows Live were all breached and that a dump of passwords has been made available. But is this really the case? ... Read more...


Note: The search box is on the top-right too!
Consider some of these search examples to help you start:
  • !ip 8.8 - search for Google servers
  • !email someone@isp.com - Maybe find "someone@isp.com"?
  • !http twitter - Find Tweets
  • !hash 5f4dcc3b5aa765d61d8327deb882cf99 - Or maybe this particular hash?
More details can be found in our Help pages.