Alerts for scans on Telegram/Slack using

Webhooks can now be used to send our alerts over Telegram/slack channels; the below 2 videos guide you through the process for Telegram. The process for Slack, too, would remain the same.

  • Video 1 takes you through creating a service on that listens to webhook hook events and then sends a message to telegram. Note, you’ll need to connect your telegram channel and follow the steps mentioned over the telegram channel while you are setting this up(you can do so on the mobile since you already might have the telegram app installed, and it might be faster to perform this step on the mobile)
  • Video 2 takes you through the process of testing the webhook & note if the telegram is being triggered. At the end of the 1st video, you’ll notice I clicked on the “Documentation” in the top right corner; that’s the page that would provide us the detail for the webhook URL to test against & is used in the 2nd video.

This should be a good starting point for using for other services as well(including Slack and Telegram); please let us know if you get stuck anywhere.

NOTE: Starting February 2024, listening to webhooks via is no more a free service. Alternate options are being explored.