To Whom This May Concern, Greetings!
There’s an array of tools I use to do various checkups on all the different Recursive DNSSEC-Enabled services that exist.
As I’ve been running various checks and tests, I noticed that when I go to…
ThreatCrowd - A Search Engine for Threats:
…and type in either 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, and 126.96.36.199, there’s a larger array of MD5 values that are coming up on the radar with an array of malware and/or infections.
My family has been using “CloudFlare WARP+ Unlimited” and we’ve been very pleased with the improvements and performance it’s made in our lives.
Our question is, what “ThreatCrowd.org” is reporting for 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, and 220.127.116.11, is this a security problem of sorts we really need to be concerned about or is everything overall A.O.K. over there?
We’ll be supporting you regardless, but I had to finally get this message out to you as a double-check.
Talk to you soon!
Have a Great Day,
Isaac N. Romero
P.S.: “[email protected]” automatically closed-out the ticket I tried to create for this. Since I didn’t know where to send it to, I figured I’d post it here and let the gurus and experts take a crack at it.