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Another List Update

Posted on November 8th, 2016 in New Domains,ransomware,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

Since our last update, we have added 3764 domains to the list and removed 6788. Locky ransomware campaigns ebbed and flowed over the past month. Newer variants of this ransomware have changed file extensions used for encrypted files.

Thanks to the community for submitting domains and helping keep the list clean.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

More Ransomware Domains Added

Posted on September 8th, 2016 in New Domains,ransomware by Adam Shinn

We’ve added another batch of locky ransomware downloaders to the list. Please update to the latest list from one of our mirrors. Many thanks to the community for all the hard work.

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Weekly List Update

Posted on June 29th, 2016 in locky,New Domains,ransomware,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

We’ve added 692 domains to the list over the past week. We have seen new variants of ransomware being distributed and more domains downloading locky. These domains are being added to our list as we find them and as others submit them to us. Thank you for using Malware Domains.

50 New Ransomware Domains Added

Posted on April 28th, 2016 in New Domains,ransomware by Adam Shinn

We added 50 new Locky ransomware domains to the list today. Please update to the latest list.

Keep fighting the good fight. Thank you for using Malware Domains.

List Update

Posted on April 25th, 2016 in dridex,New Domains,Phishing,ransomware,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

The Malware Domains List has been posted for today. Last week we added 1,604 new domains to the list and removed 171.
Most were phishing domains, but Dridex and Ransomware were top contenders.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

What You Can Do To Protect Against Ransomware

Posted on April 14th, 2016 in ransomware by Adam Shinn

The increased use of ransomware over the last year has been shocking. Ransomware has infected businesses, hospitals, governments, and the general public at an unprecedented rate. A recent offline backup of your data is one of the few ways to avoid paying a ransom once infected. There are decryption tools available for some variants of ransomware, but these are not always guaranteed to work. Treat ransomware the same way you would disk failure. Make sure you have backups!

We are always on the hunt for malicious domains. If you find evidence of malware being hosted on a domain, please submit it to us here: mal4wa3redoma3ins@gma2il.com (remove all numbers).

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

New Domains and Ransomware

Posted on November 6th, 2015 in New Domains,Phishing,ransomware by Adam Shinn

We added 570 new domains to our blacklist since 11/05. We found that a few of these domains would download a .src file and install ransomware onto the machine. Make sure to keep backups of your files just in case you do find yourself fighting ransomware.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.