It is with great pleasure that I announce the public opening of malwareurl.com, a site created by my good friend Anthony, who also runs the Malware Web Threats blog.
MalwareURL.com is a site much like Malware Domain List, in that it provides information on threats currently in the wild, and their associated IP's, ASN's and what not.
MalwareURL currently provides for researchers to find information based on a multitude of different needs, such as IP, domain name, ASN, registrant. For example, if we wanted to find domains involved in the Live.com poisoning I blogged about yesterday, we could simply pop over to MalwareURL, and enter the domain or IP involved;
This provides us with a list of the domains associated with the IP assigned to crownsecuritytool.com, a known rogue infection vector. If we click on Details, we see yet more information on this, such as the malicious URL's known to be available on the domains and the sites known to redirect to such, for example;
Anthony is still polishing the site, but so far, it's showing to be yet another excellent resource for researchers in the malware field. Take a ride over, and let him know what you think!