Google: information about manual penalties are only available in the Search Console
In the discussion on the forum Google Webmaster Help, the representative of search John Mueller drew the attention of the webmasters that use of third party tools for checking website for manual penalties does not make sense. This information is available only to the owner of the resource in the Search Console.
While algorithmic penalties (Penguin, Panda, etc.) are not displayed.
For according to Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Roundtable, Google has an internal tool to check the site for availability of manual and algorithmic penalties. However, the only accessible to employees of the company.
In January of this year, John Mueller also said that third-party statistics services are often incorrectly define the situation in SERP. According to him, they track fluctuations in the results by using means other than Google. In this regard, their data may be incorrect.