At ThreatSTOP, we are first and foremost a member of the larger security community seeking to protect the Internet. To give back, we provide any and all qualified community members access to a set of free security assessment tools, including a free community account.
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Check IPs and domains against our extensive database of malware
Upload log files for analysis
Check log files for sinkholed malware server connections
Get a Free ThreatSTOP Community Account
The ThreatSTOP Community Account is our way of saying thank you to the security community for providing us with valuable data. A Community Account entitles you to run ThreatSTOP on one firewall and retrieve a single feed that includes the DShield blocklist, and emergency handler blocks.
To qualify, please be ready to submit firewall logs either to us or DShield, or be a participating member of one of our other threat research affiliates, with a reference from them. To date we have over 4,000 community accounts.
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Hear Directly From Our Customers
- "We have plenty of other systems in place, but ThreatSTOP prevented an ultrasound machine attack and gave us visibility into a large number of DNS queries that were being blocked. It also enabled us to quickly track down the infected ultrasound making the calls. That sold the product." - Geisinger Health
- "ThreatSTOP has eliminated manual blacklisting & remediation, reducing help desk tickets relating to malware by 90%, to only 1 - 2 per month." - University of Baltimore
- "ThreatSTOP is an effective and easy tool for reducing internet enabled/distributed malware. The price is incredibly fair, even for a non-profit." - Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
- "Implementing this system has decreased the total number of attacks against our customers by about 40%." - Armor
- "Now we have no service stoppages, no escalations with the ISP, and no manual cleanups. We just look at the reports and respond to any issues very quickly. ThreatSTOP has solved a very big headache for us." - Bibliotheek Rotterdam