Premium Data Sources and Updated Portal

After several months of development and testing, and lots of feedback from our valued customers, we’re excited to announce the latest release of the RBLTracker monitoring service. This release includes a long list of new features, bug fixes, and various changes- too many to list in one post. Some of the changes include: Premium Data … Continued

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Blacklist Monitoring Locations

Improved Accuracy and False-Positive Mitigation

RBLTracker relies on data provided by third parties; whether it’s the RBL providers themselves, or Google and Yandex (for Safe Browsing data), or the data provided through the Facebook Threat Exchange. As such, we are somewhat subject to the accuracy of this data. The Accuracy Problem Occasionally, we’ll end up in a situation where the … Continued

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Google Safe Browsing Version 4 Upgrade

We’re excited to announce the release of the updated Google Safe Browsing service, for all RBLTracker customers. The updated Safe Browsing database service (version 4), provides extra information related to the threat, including new threat types beyond simple “malware” or “phishing”, as well as the target platforms for the threat. The new threat type and … Continued

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Facebook Threat Exchange, New Website, and More!

Facebook Threat Exchange, New Website, and More!

We’ve been making some big changes around here over the last six months. A brand new RBLTracker website, a completely redesigned management portal, and tons of new features that will make RBLTracker stand out among our competitors. New Website Our new website has been rebuilt from the ground up to better explain what RBLTracker is, … Continued

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DNSSEC Support

DNSSEC and TLSA Support

The RBLTracker domain is now signed with DNSSEC, and we’ve published the website certificate fingerprint via a TLSA record (also known as DANE), so that you can be 100% sure you’re interacting with the RBLTracker servers. This can be validated through the Verisign Labs Test Tool. What is DNSSEC, and why do I care? The … Continued

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Authentication via Clef

Two-factor Authentication using Clef

You can now log in to your RBLTracker account using secure, two-factor authentication using Clef. Unlike password-based solutions like Google Authenticator, Clef is two-factor that users love. With just a wave of their phone, they’re logged in to your site — it feels like magic. Simply download the Clef Mobile App, and then register your … Continued

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