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Re: [tor-talk] Norse Darklist, for blocking Tor
On 06/10/2014 04:17 PM, grarpamp wrote:
> The world's first comprehensive blacklist of the Internet's highest risk IPs.
> Traditional blacklists are often prone to false positives and are
> usually an aggregation of other lists, leading to incomplete or poor
> coverage. As a result, organizations relying on these lists to protect
> their business have "blind spots" that can miss high risk traffic and
> lead to breaches and compromises.
> Norse Darklistâ is the next generation of blacklists. Darklist is a
> live, continuously updated list of the highest risk IPs on the
> Internet, enabling organizations to protect their network from
> external bad actors. Darklist provides a Norse IPQ risk score for each
> IP, the risk category (such as "botnet" or "Tor proxy") to provide
> context to the score, and latitude and longitude provided by Norse's
> superior geolocation capabilities. Darklist is not just another
> blacklist â the information is live, accurate, and contextual. ...
I'm about to start collecting page load times for top sites, and will
analyze by website and exit IP. If you want the scripts, email me.
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