New service - the Team Cymru Malware Hash Registry!

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Tue Oct 28 16:48:28 GMT 2008

If the result comes back positive to Malware could it be written to a local hash table ? Then when the scanner queries it looks at that first.  I would imagine that most of the time it is going to be the usual culprits so why keep querying upstream ?


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----- "Martin.Hepworth" <martinh at> wrote:

> Could well DNS forwarder is a well known company in Carlow, as
> my normal ISP (based in Texas) DNS server can be poor as the latency
> hits us bad (Oxford,UK to Dallas). Not seen any timeouts myself, just
> seems noticably (but only just) slower than before. I'll keep my eye
> on this.

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