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All blocklists are researched and managed by The Spamhaus Project.
Simply click on the link below, which will take you to the Project’s Blocklist Removal Center. From here you will be able to enter your IP or Domain and begin your request for removal.
Please note that the Project’s Blocklist Removal Center is the only place where removals are handled.
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30 July 2020
29 July 2020
On Thursday 3rd September, join our malware and industry experts, Raashid and Matt, to get under the skin of Emotet as they share an overview of this botnet, how Spamhaus detects it, insight into the current campaign and most importantly of all, how to protect against Emotet.
Botnet operators certainly were busy during in lock-down. It's unfortunate to report a 29% increase quarter on quarter of newly observed botnet Command and Controllers (C&Cs) after last month's reduction.
7 July 2020
Watch this on-demand webinar with Emanuele and Matt from The Spamhaus Project to learn how to increase your block rates, using content blocklists. These DNSBLs an help you block malicious email from large ISPs you previously wouldn't have been able to block.
18 May 2020
It's a well-known fact that filtering emails using IP blocklists (DNSBLs) blocks the vast majority of malicious emails. It's effective and economical, using minimal computational power. So why should you also use domain and hash blocklists for filtering?
IP & Domain Blocklists (DNSBLs) are very effective at filtering malicious emails. However, they do have one big limitation: How do you block an email sent from a compromised account at Gmail, Hotmail or any other large email service provider (ESP)? Hash blocklists are the answer.
5 May 2020
Instances of domain hijacking are on the increase, and the fall out for victims can be significant. Join ISC and Matt Sith, from Spamhaus to discover how big a problem domain hijacking is and learn how to protect against it.
15 April 2020
The number of botnet Command & Controllers (C&Cs) associated with fraudulent sign-ups, reduced by 57% in Q1 2020, however it isn't all good news. Find out the full details on botnet C&C activity here.
3 April 2020
Healthcare providers are facing an increasing number of cyber attacks in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. To help combat malicious threats including malware, phishing and ransomware we are offering Healthcare providers free access to our DNS Firewall Threat Feeds until the end of this year.
24 January 2020
Spamhaus Malware Labs identified a 71.5% increase in the number of botnet command & controllers in 2019. Find out who and what was driving that increase.