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Nimbus is our Kibana-based appliance that integrates our insight about malicious activity on your network, with near real time alerting, at no cost to you.
UTRS is a system that helps mitigate large infrastructure attacks by leveraging an existing network of cooperating BGP speakers such as ISPs, hosting providers and educational institutions that automatically distributes verified BGP-based filter rules from victim to cooperating networks.
Dragon News Bytes is a private mailing list that distributes Information Security news articles. These articles may come from newspapers, magazines, and various online resources.
A bogon prefix should never appear in the Internet routing table. Team Cymru’s Bogon Reference provides several resources for the filtering of bogon prefixes at the appropriate points on your network.
Team Cymru provides query interfaces that allow for the mapping of IP addresses to BGP prefixes and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs), based on BGP feeds from our 50+ BGP peers. Updated every 4 hours, this data is available through traditional WHOIS (TCP 43), DNS (UDP 53), HTTP (TCP 80), and HTTPS (TCP 443).
Similar to the Team Cymru IP address to ASN mapping project, the Malware Hash Registry (MHR) project is a look-up service with an added benefit: you can query our service for a computed MD5 or SHA-1 hash of a file and, if it is tracked malware, we return the last time we have seen it along with an approximate anti-virus detection percentage.
Team Cymru provides daily lists of compromised or abused devices for the ASNs and/or netblocks within a Regional and/or National CSIRT’s jurisdiction. The intent is to provide information directly into the hands of people who can use that insight.