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Authorization


To authorize your requests you need to get your personal API key. Get it on the My subscriptions page.

You can pass the API key using one of the following ways:

Authorization
Example
Query string

GET https://api.threatintelligenceplatform.com/v1/infrastructureAnalysis?domainName=threatintelligenceplatform.com&apiKey=YOUR_API_KEY

Request headers

GET https://api.threatintelligenceplatform.com/v1/infrastructureAnalysis?domainName=threatintelligenceplatform.com

Authorization: YOUR_API_KEY

Rate limit


Each user is limited to 100 requests per minute. If that limit is exceeded, you'll to wait 1 minute before sending new requests.

To control the rate limit programmatically, you can use the following response headers:

Header
Example value
What it means
X-RateLimit-Limit X-RateLimit-Limit: 100 You are limited to 100 requests per minute.
X-RateLimit-Remaining X-RateLimit-Remaining: 70 You have 70 requests left for this minute.
Retry-After Retry-After: 60 The limit is reached. You can make new requests in 60 seconds.

Error codes


HTTP code
Message
What it means
401 Unauthorized Authorization required No API key passed.
401 Unauthorized Unknown user Invalid or obsolete API key passed.
401 Unauthorized Access denied Not enough credits on your account or you aren't subscribed to the service.
422 Unprocessable entity Domain name doesn't exist TIP can't resolve the target domain.
422 Unprocessable entity Domain name is required The required domainName input parameter is missing.
422 Unprocessable entity Invalid domain name or IP address The provided domain name or IP address isn't valid.
422 Unprocessable entity Only public IPv4 addresses allowed Only public IPv4 addresses allowed.
422 Unprocessable entity The 'mode' parameter is invalid Only "fast" or "full" modes are allowed.
422 Unprocessable entity Only {types} supported. Here {types} is a list of possible input parameter types (IP address or domain name) The error means that the API doesn't support the input parameter type you entered. For instance, if the API supports only domain names, you can't enter IPv4 address.
429 Too Many Requests Too many requests The API rate limit is reached.
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