Sites that are known to drop malware

tommyg

Does anyone publish (or know about) a list of web sites that are known to drop malware when you browse to them?

 

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jimlynch
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This site has a Malware Domain Blocklist.

http://www.malwaredomains.com

"The DNS-BH project creates and maintains a listing of domains that are known to be used to propagate malware and spyware. This project creates the Bind and Windows zone files required to serve fake replies to localhost for any requests to these, thus preventing many spyware installs and reporting.

This list is also available in AdBlock and ISA Format."

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