Incidents.org is soliciting people to submitting URL’s of malware, those addresses we get in mail that are a link to something, bad.
Their hope is to create automated methods for dealing with these addresses. From their page:
“Issues we hope to detect:
* browser exploits
Issues we will likely not flag:
* pages that talk about developing malware
* offensive content”
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