We send daily custom reports to over 5800 vetted subscribers, helping network owners, national governments, Fortune 500 companies, and others identify their security exposures.
Shadowserver maintains one of the largest repositories of security information in the world, storing trillions of historic malicious network connections and indexing many petabytes of threat data. We freely share targeted information with vetted governments, network owners, CSIRTs and others – revealing security exposures, highlighting malicious activity and providing a global vantage point to address emerging threats.
You’re free to opt out at any time. To do so, email firstname.lastname@example.org and list the specific CIDRs you would like to have removed. (You’ll need to prove that you’re the verifiable owner of these CIDRs.)
We currently have a few types of delivery, depending upon your subscription for your area of responsibility. Full answer »
The available format for reports is comma separated variable (CSV) files. The timestamps in the reports are always represented in UTC+0.
The Shadowserver Foundation offers all services free of charge, for public benefit. We don’t sell data. Our revenue comes from sponsorships, grants, and charitable donations.