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Weekly List Update

Posted on September 22nd, 2017 in New Domains,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

Starting today, Malware Domains will post a weekly blog detailing changes made to the list. We will also tweet these stats as well. Follow us @malwaredomains on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/malwaredomains

Our current list is at 29404 entries. This week 4975 domains were removed from our list and 1887 were added.

If a domain on our list has been secured, please email us at mal4wared7omains@3riskanalytics.com (remove all numbers) to request removal.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

List Cleanup & The Coming Weeks

Posted on September 18th, 2017 in New Domains,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

This past Friday, September 15th, we removed 2500+ entries from the Malware Domains list. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to manually re-validate and remove benign entries from this list. A weekly blog post will be posted regarding the list changes that occur.

We are also working to automate the removal process for false positives and domains that are no longer compromised. This will cause our list to change drastically, however the data will be much more up to date. More details will be posted as we grow closer to implementing this automation.

If you find a malicious or compromised domain, please submit it to us at “mal2war4edomain2s@gmail.com” (remove all numbers).

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

False positive on onedrive.live.com

Posted on August 9th, 2017 in Removed Domains,Unverified Domains by Adam Shinn

On August 8th, a well-known anti-phishing partner listed a URL which was legitimately a part of Microsoft. We have removed the listing from our database as of 2017/08/09 and have notified our partner of this false positive.

Third parties that aggregate and report on our feeds should have already cleared the Microsoft URL. If the domain remains listed in third-party plugins, a manual update of our list may be needed. We remain committed to providing a high-integrity data feed, and apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Thank you for your support and for using Malware Domains.

Mirror 1 supports HTTPS

Posted on July 21st, 2017 in mirror by Adam Shinn

Mirror 1 has supported HTTPS for a while now. We have updated our mirrors page to reflect this. Thanks to GT500 for hosting our blacklist.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

False positive on login.yahoo.com

Posted on June 21st, 2017 in New Domains by ndunker

On June 19th, a well-known anti-phishing partner listed a URL which was legitimately part of Yahoo, in error. We promptly removed the listing from our own database as soon as we noticed it. We have several automated processes that should have stopped this from happening at all. We’ve updated those processes and are currently reviewing them for further improvements to reduce the likelihood of major false positives of this nature.

Third parties that aggregate and report on our feeds should have already cleared the Yahoo URL, though certain website privacy plugins appear to be using third-party data that hasn’t updated yet. We remain committed to providing a high-integrity data feed, and apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Trouble with one of our mirrors

Posted on June 7th, 2017 in mirror by Adam Shinn

mirror2.malwaredomains.com is currently offline. Please use one of our other mirrors while we work to bring this mirror back online. A full list of our mirrors can be found here: Mirrors.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

New Mirror Available

Posted on March 29th, 2017 in mirror by Adam Shinn

Utah State University has offered to mirror our list. This mirror has HTTPS support and can be found here (https://malwaredomains.usu.edu/), as well as on our mirrors page: http://www.malwaredomains.com/?page_id=29

Big thanks to Utah State University for hosting us.

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

List update/fixing inconsistencies

Posted on March 2nd, 2017 in New Domains,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

We were notified that our justdomains and domains.txt files had some inconsistencies with the domains listed. These domains were either old entires that needed removed or had been removed from one list and not the other. Big thanks to Mike Lee for pointing this out to us.

Our current list is at 19,207 malicious domains. We have seen an increase in user submitted domains over the past month. Thanks to those who have submitted their findings.

Current List & Mirror Status

Posted on February 6th, 2017 in mirror,New Domains,Removed Domains by Adam Shinn

Our list is currently at 17,534 malicious domains. Thanks to everyone who has submitted domains to our list. If your domain is no longer malicious, please contact us at malwar1edomain3s@gm2ail.c9om for removal (remove all numbers).

Mirror 1 is fully operational again. Big thanks to all of our supporters who are hosting our list!

Thank you for using Malware Domains.

Trouble with one of our mirrors

Posted on January 9th, 2017 in New Domains by ndunker

mirror1.malwaredomains.com has been unstable over the weekend. GT500.org staff is working to migrate the site (including the mirrors graciously provided for the security community) to a new server. If you’re having trouble fetching BHDNS files, please try another mirror.