The Spamhaus Datafeed Service is sold only via Authorized Datafeed Vendors. It is not possible to contract this service from or with The Spamhaus Project as The Spamhaus Project does not conduct any commercial activity.

The datafeed service and the datafeed service infrastructure is supplied and managed by an independent data delivery company, Spamhaus Technology Ltd., trading as SpamTEQ™. Spamhaus Technology is authorized by The Spamhaus Project to provide managed access to Spamhaus threat intelligence data; real-time datafeeds and wholesale raw data (Passive DNS and Spamtrap feeds); response policy zones (RPZ transfer and RPZ managed service); Border Gateway Protocol feeds; domain-based and IP-based reputation data and DNS Block Lists (ZEN).

These data, technologies and services are provided on the condition that Spamhaus Technology supplies and manages the service infrastructure and does not give these data, technologies and services to organizations involved in nefarious online activity including spamming, DNS abuse, botnet activity, DDoS, malware propagation, or other forms of cybercrime.

All Datafeed sales and first-line customer support are handled by independent Authorized Datafeed Vendors, including:

Spamhaus Technology

Spamhaus Technology Ltd

4 Old Park Lane Mayfair London W1K 1QW United Kingdom
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3rd Floor 207 Regent Street London W1B 3HH United Kingdom
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Reputation Administration Services Pte. Ltd.

3 Phillip St #13-03 Royal Group Building Singapore 048693 Telephone: +65 9127 1637
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Pipeline Security K.K.

Tokyo Chuo-ku 1-35-8 Nihonbashi-Kakigaracho Grains Bldg Telephone: +81 3 4405 5766

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