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How to encode data before making a submission via the API
When sharing data via the API, some users are experiencing issues encoding data. Where an email text attachment is included (likely to include strange characters), JSON is not always encoded correctly. To help we have provided step-by-step guidance on how to send RAW email source code using a BASH or PHP script.
How to submit suspicious activity or threats
How to successfully access your email source code
Learn how to access email source code using different email clients and the type of information you can find to help identify malicious emails associated with spam and phishing attempts.
What will happen with my submission?
At Spamhaus, we value every piece of data shared with us. Currently, we (and our algorithms) are learning from your submissions. Through manual reviews and automatic reprocessing, we're discovering how best we can feedback on your data.
Who is the Threat Intel Community for?
We firmly believe it’s vital for the safety of the internet to share malicious activity. You may be someone who isn’t hugely technical but wants to report a single spam email that you’ve received. Alternatively, you may want to increase the reach of your current threat-researching activities. Either way, there's a place to share…
What benefits does creating an account provide?
If you are going to make regular contributions, we recommend you create an account, which takes minutes (if that). Having account-based access provides you with a number of benefits...
Everyone who interacts digitally, i.e., uses the internet, has a role in making it a safer place. We all witness malicious behavior to some extent or another. Spamhaus is creating a platform for sharing intelligence relating to this activity because, ultimately, sharing is caring!