You can use the Shadowserver Dashboard to explore up to two years of aggregated country level data about many different types of cyber threat intelligence, including some data sets from Shadowserver’s unique vantage points. You can then visualize the data in various ways, which can be easily shared as URLs.

The statistics in the Shadowserver Dashboard  are free to use (with attribution) for research, informing policy makers and by journalists/news media in educating the public about cyber security threats, but you are not permitted to scrape or resell the data. Please contact us if you have questions about licensing.

Curious to know more about the specific types of data we collect and the reporting we do? You can learn more below.


We can aggregate our reports by ASN, pointing our spotlight at all the malicious activity we’ve detected on a particular network.


Bots are zombie computers controlled by cyber criminals. We find them using honeypots, honey clients, sinkholes, and tracking. Then we expose their activity in our reports.


Botnets are multiple bots working together. Thanks to the scale of our infrastructure, we provide our partners with the resources to take them down.


We use sinkholes to detect DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks and bring them to our partners’ attention for remediation.

Geo Locations

We can precisely filter the activity in our reports by longitude and latitude, giving national governments the information they need to protect their region.


We have a massive, constantly growing repository of malware samples. We never throw anything away, so we can easily revisit historical data to catch anything we might have missed.


Shadowserver scans the entire IPv4 Internet 42 times every day. Then we package the data we collect in our reports, which are aggregated per subscriber on a need-to-know basis.


We collect potentially infected URLs from attacks, honeypots, sandbox runs, and spam, helping us trace malicious activity to its source.


Vetted network owners who rely
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Class C networks hosting honeypots & spampots

3.7 billion

IPv4 addresses scanned on 148 ports each per day (1.07 billion IPv6 on 77 ports). 381 million hosts respond