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Online since 06/2005 - 6.800.000 hits/month
Last database update: 2013-05-20 17:02 UTC
You have several ways to contribute to the Malware Patrol.
Submit suspect URLs
The contribution and usage of the Malware Patrol are free for non-commercial use. To produce a list as accurate as possible we need contributors who submit suspect URLs received in e-mail messages. All URLs are inspected by our automated system and added to the list if a Malware is found.
You can send suspect e-mail messages to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org or fill the following form. To send your links using the form, please follow these simple steps:
You will receive an e-mail message pointing to a validation URL. This link must be accessed to verify that your e-mail address is valid. Validation is required to prevent the system from being abused.
As soon as you validate your address, all URLs you submitted will be visited and analyzed by our detection system to determine if the link points to Malware or not.
Crawling results will be sent to you by e-mail.
You will be notified by e-mail of the crawlling results.
Every URL pointing to Malware is included in the lists.
To keep the lists up to date, all URLs are visited, at least, daily and a new analysis is performed. If the Malware is not available anymore, the URL is marked as inactive and removed from the block lists. URLs marked as inactive or not found are visited daily too to make sure they don't get active again.
Addresses that point to files with extensions considered "non-dangerous" are not visited by the automated system. This render this site useless for attacking innocent web addresses. URL redirects are followed and checked.
Please fill the following form to contribute to the Malware Block List:
Forward suspect e-mail messages
You can forward to email@example.com any e-mail message you find suspect. Our automated system will verify the message, extract any URL pontentially dangerous and put it in our queue. In no more than one hour, the URL will be visited and any downloaded binary analyzed by Anti-Virus systems. If a Malware is found, the URL get included in our Block Lists and domain administrators are notified.
Set-up a spamtrap
Setting up a spamtrap is an easy way to send us all SPAM messages your domain or Service Provider receives. Please forward your spamtraps to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you set up an spamtrap and what is the expected amount of messages per day.
Use our Block Lists
Your use of this web site constitutes your agreement to all Terms and Conditions. If you want to use the Block Lists available here in a commercial product please contact us for licensing information.
The following How-Tos will help you better use our Block Lists.
HowTo use the Malware Block List on Squid;
HowTo use the Malware Block List on SquidGuard;
HowTo use the Malware Block List on SpamAssassin;
HowTo use the Malware Block List on MailWasher;
HowTo use the Malware Block List on ClamAV (basic format);
HowTo use the Malware Block List on Microsoft DNS Servers;
Download mbl.zone.file for Bind like DNS Servers;
Tell a friend
Please spread the word and tell your friends about our project. Letting others know about us, helps then protect theirselves and also helps us collecting more suspect URLs.
Your suggestions are very important. Please let us know what you think about our project and also how we can improve to better serve your needs.
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