Threats are hosts that have attempted to exploit, brute force, or execute a denial of service attack. These are often compromised hosts.
Known botnet and C&C servers, these have responded with a valid botnet C2 response.
|Threat Type||threats botnets|
|Blocked Since||2021-10-13 16:15:23|
|Last Threat||2021-10-18 23:15:16|
|Intel: HTTP Server||None|
|Intel: Powered By||None|
|Intel: SSH Server||None|
|SENSE list (high risk)||No|
|One day public list||No|
|Seven day public list||Yes|
|2021-10-21 00:00:29||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 66.|
|2021-10-20 00:08:05||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 66.|
|2021-10-19 00:00:33||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 83.|
|2021-10-18 00:00:47||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 62.|
|2021-10-18 00:00:22||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 66.|
|2021-10-17 00:00:27||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 83.|
|2021-10-16 00:06:54||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 53.|
|2021-10-15 00:07:28||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 49.|
|2021-10-15 00:00:40||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 79.|
|2021-10-14 23:25:20||Threats||Threat confirmation received.|
|2021-10-14 00:00:44||Internal||Threat score opinion changed to 62.|
|2021-10-13 16:15:23||Botnets||Botnet confirmation received.|
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