Safenetting has been sending you insights into the effects of cybercrime attacks on the internet population — but we’ve done so in very pointed, specific instances. Now, the folks at HostExploit have posted their Q1 2012 report on the “Top 50 Bad Hosts and Networks” — download and read this free report, and you’ll get the ‘big picture’ of how bad it really is.
HostExploit’s latest report features an in-depth analysis of malicious activity on the servers of the two hosting providers named in legal documents supporting the recent Microsoft-led raid.
The overall #1 Bad Host title for this quarter is a hosting provider based in Poland – AS16138 INTERIA – with extremely high levels of Infected websites.
HostExploit analyzed all 40,000+ publicly-advertised Autonomous Systems (including web hosts, commercial networks and registrars) with the results represented in a number of ways.
Elsewhere, HostExploit is proud to announce the arrival of a new tool that we have been working on for some time with our community partners – the Global Security Map. This is to be released in conjunction with the new World Cybercrime Report later in April, with APWG at CeCOS VI in Prague.
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