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SpamAssassin Configuration Guide

SpamAssassin Configuration Guide

Malware Patrol provides block lists compatible with SpamAssassin.   “Apache SpamAssassin is the #1 Open Source anti-spam platform giving system administrators a filter to classify email and block spam (unsolicited bulk email). It uses a robust scoring framework...
Why choose Malware Patrol over a free DNS protection service?

Why choose Malware Patrol over a free DNS protection service?

Customers and prospects have approached us recently with questions similar to this: why should we choose Malware Patrol instead of a free DNS protection service? The question is fair, especially in a market that counts with, at least, 93 different offers of free DNS,...
Accessing threat data on AWS S3 buckets

Accessing threat data on AWS S3 buckets

Malware Patrol provides some of its threat data feeds via AWS/Amazon S3 buckets. Among the feeds are the “Malware Samples (Binaries)” and the “Bitcoin Transactions (JSON format)”. Amazon Simple Storage Service has a simple web services...
Malware Patrol – Protection Against Crypto Mining Abuse

Malware Patrol – Protection Against Crypto Mining Abuse

Cryptocurrency mining as a service is a growing website monetization trend, especially popular on gaming and torrent sites, in which a JavaScript code utilizes the visitor’s CPU for cryptocurrency mining purposes. While promoted as an alternative to online ads,...
RPZ – DNS Firewall Configuration Guide

RPZ – DNS Firewall Configuration Guide

BIND is the world’s most used DNS server and can be configured as a DNS Firewall using RPZ zone files (RPZ – DNS). Response Policy Zone (RPZ) enables DNS administrators to selectively block name resolution of Internet resources known to be used by cyber...