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Options for adding to your domains in UpGuard BreachSight

Learn how to use UpGuard to monitor any custom domains that weren't picked up by our automated scanning.

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Written by Steve Cossell
Updated over a week ago

While UpGuard automatically finds and monitors your domains, there are situations where you may want to add a custom domain to your organization. This could be a domain used for an unofficial company side project or anything else our engine couldn't identify based on its matching heuristics.

This article outlines a few approaches and provides the pros and cons of each approach.

How to add a single domain

To add a single domain, click on Domains in the sidebar and then click Add domain. For more detailed instructions, please read how to add a domain to UpGuard BreachSight.

The benefit of adding a domain this way is it allows you to add or remove it at any time. In addition, these domains will only be visible to you and not to any organizations who monitor you as a vendor in UpGuard.

For context domains that are automatically attributed are used to populate your organization's vendor profile that is visible to other UpGuard users. In contrast, domains that are added to Domains by you are only visible to you.

For instructions on removing a custom domains, please read how to remove a custom domain from UpGuard BreachSight.

Adding a domain and all of its subdomains

In other situations, you may find a particular group of domains is missing. For example, a domain and its associated subdomains.

You can add each relevant subdomain manually or you can send a list of domains you want added and we can do it for you. We can also officially associate the domains with your organization if you wish.

We recommend associating the domains with your organization as it means any new subdomains will be automatically discovered and monitored.

If you are unsure, please contact UpGuard Support and we can help you out.

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