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Some new feeds for malwareblacklist.com

19
Sep
2011

Last week I worked on the FTP portion of the malwareblacklist.com site.

We offer feeds to organisations willing to share data with us and recognize our ‘partnership’. This is totally free, but of course I must veto who has access to it in order to prevent abuse.

I did a bit of a change in the FTP’s structure to provide relevant data in a convenient way.

There are four main folders in there:

The names should be pretty self explanatory ;-)

Hourly and Daily urls, are raw URL feeds in text file format. They only contain URLs (no other information). All of those URLs have been confirmed to be malicious of course.

For those interested we also publish daily reports. These are the same daily URLs accompanied by time stamp, IP address, ASN, Country, etc.

If you are interested in getting access to these feeds, please use the contact form on the site.

Jerome Segura

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