On June 26 2023, the maintainer of notracking feeds decided to EoL the project. The feeds no more accurate and will be removed from ioc2rpz community on October 26 2023.
We recommend to migrate to oisd feeds (oisd-basic.ioc2rpz, oisd-full.ioc2rpz, oisd-nsfw.ioc2rpz).
RpiDNS is now supported on Raspberry PI OS 11 (32 and 64 bits) and Ubuntu 22.04 (64 bits).
ioc2rpz community cares about your privacy and personal data. We do not:
And we just released a very important feature - "delete profile". We welcome all our users but understand that sometimes you may need to unsubscribe (it is possible) or completely to delete profile. The action is irreversible and with your credentials the following items will be removed: logs, rpidns, your tsig key, your custom RPZ feeds, AWS subscription. So we recommend check the transfer logs and reconfigure all your DNS servers which use ioc2rpz community feeds before you remove your profile.
New DNS Firewall feed blox-malicious.ioc2rpz is powered by Infoblox's Threat Intelligence Group (TIG). TIG detects, curates, and publishes threat intelligence data pertaining to relevant cyber campaigns. TIG is sharing indicators of compromise (IOCs) related to threats that are of high interest to the cyber security community through this public repository.
The feed includes all shared malware, phishing, scams, suspicious domains, DDGA, malvertising, smishing domains including newly identified DNS beacons (a variant of an open source RAT called Pupy) connecting to Russian C2s.
The feed also includes IoCs related to the war in Ukraine and earthquake in Türkiye so blox-turkiye-earthquake.ioc2rpz and blox-ukraine-russia-conflict.ioc2rpz will be deprecated on June 1st 2023.
ioc2rpz community got 3 new feeds:
shreshta-nrd-1w.ioc2rpz and oisd-nsfw.ioc2rpz are policy feeds, assess their impact before provisioning in a blocking mode.
ioc2rpz community cares about your privacy and reducing number of unnecessary communications. The service is evolving and we have to post notifications about maintenance, deprecated or new features and feeds.
This this release ioc2rpz community will start emailing service notifications and news. If you don't like to receive them, you have an option to opt out in the settings.
Just to recap, last year we added 2 new feeds: "blox-ukraine-russia-conflict.ioc2rpz", "hblock.ioc2rpz" and early this year an integration with AWS Route 53 DNS Firewall (and actually Pi-hole).
Later this month we will be releasing 3 new feeds - stay tuned for the updates.
The following community portal upgrade will be focused on removing inactive accounts. You will receive an email notification if your account is scheduled for removal. The details will be posted with the feature release.
I'm happy to announce a tight integration of ioc2rpz community portal with AWS Route 53 DNS Firewall.
With Route 53 Resolver DNS Firewall, you can filter and regulate outbound DNS traffic for your virtual private cloud (VPC). To do this, you create reusable collections of filtering rules in DNS Firewall rule groups, associate the rule groups to your VPC, and then monitor activity in DNS Firewall logs and metrics. Based on the activity, you can adjust the behavior of DNS Firewall accordingly.
ioc2rpz community provides OSINT based filtering rules via files on AWS S3. You will need to periodically update Route53 domain lists (e.g. with a lambda function).
The integration requires a subscription which is available on AWS Marketplace. There are 4 tiers: free, core (includes free), essentials (includes core), standard (includes essentials) with a minimal price tag (like a donation).
I'm a bit late with my post but I want to share that in August the ioc2rpz community website (https://ioc2rpz.net) celebrated its 3 years anniversary.
Back when it had just 5 feeds with about 300k rules and now the community portal serves 18 feeds with over 13M rules not counting user defined TLD and country feeds. The community feeds (mostly based on OSINT) include malicious and phishing websites, adult content, ads and tracking domains filters. Bfore.Ai's crime prevention predictive feed protects against newly registered, potentially phishing domains.
If you are interested in some statistics, the community website serves users from all continents except Antarctica (I wish that someone can spin up RpiDNS here :), 41 countries and 109 locations. The most downloaded feeds are: dga-360.ioc2rpz, doh.ioc2rpz, phishtank.ioc2rpz, urlhaus.ioc2rpz, blocklist-malicious.ioc2rpz and notracking.ioc2rpz
The community is non-profit and kind of my hobby so I don't really have a lot of time for maintenance. Luckily ioc2rpz technology (http://ioc2rpz.com, my open source project) was built on Erlang and robust enough so it doesn't really require a lot of care. If you want to know how to deploy it in your enterprise/ISP DM me.
The community is open for new users and if you want to protect your home, home office or even office a Raspberry Pi with community feeds can easily handle this task.
hBlock feed is a domain based feed which blocks ads, tracking scripts and malware. The feed is a compilation from multiple sources like adaway.org, AdBlock, AdGuard, DandelionSprout, EasyList, uBlock, Phishing Army etc. The feed is maintained by https://hblock.molinero.dev.
New DNS Firewall feed blox-ukraine-russia-conflict.ioc2rpz protects against malware, phishing, suspicious domains related to the war in Ukraine. It is provided by Infoblox Threat Intelligence Group. Details can be found in this cyber threat advisory.