The system constantly analyzes and monitors all IP addresses in the IPv4 range for suspicious and/or malicious behaviour. Depending on the individual results, IPs can be categorized as “benign” (harmless) or “suspicious” (suspicious behaviour detected, potentially insecure to interact with).
Suspicious IP addresses are blacklisted and their according status is shared for informational purposes. As soon as an IP address stops showing suspicious behaviour, it will automatically be removed from the IP blacklist and the IP address will show a benign status again.
The IP blacklist is provided “as is” and for “use at own risk” only. The security status of individual IPs may change at any time. You are advised to regularly check this website to ensure you have the latest IP information.