Phishing URLs and XML Notifications

Thursday, October 14, 2010 12:42 PM



Recently, we announced Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators. Today we’re adding phishing URLs to the notification messages. This means that in addition to being alerted to compromised URLs found on networks, you’ll be alerted to phishing URLs as well.

We’d also like to point out the XML notification feature. By default, we send notification messages in a simple email message. However, we realize that some of you may want to process these notifications by a script, so we’ve added the ability to receive messages in XML format. Click on an AS in your list to modify preferences, such as enabling the XML notification feature. If you decide to use XML email messages, you should familiarize yourself with the XML Schema.

If you’re a network administrator and haven’t yet registered your AS, you can do so here.
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1 comments:

Bas said...

Great new service!!.. But what about ISP's that do not have their 'own' AS numbers?

There are a lot of medium sized isp's who are co-located in large datacenter networks.. (esp. when ipv4 is getting scarce these days)

i.e. have racks full of servers - hosting thousands of customer websites - but within the AS network of their colo/upstream provider.

It would be great if these 'smaller' ISPs could also subscribe to this new service, based on their IP ranges...

Even being able to just submit one single (frontend load balancer) IP address for phishing-monitoring would be great for the likes of us ;-)