Cloudbric’s Threat DB To Open For Security Contributions And CLB Rewards
We’re super excited to announce the release of Threat DB on April 29, a community driven threat intelligence database for both end users and organizations to view a variety of threat information.
Threat DB is part of the renewed Cloudbric Labs in which you’ll notice that the same free security tools we previously introduced have been rebranded.
Until now, threat intelligence has been highly privatized meaning security vendors are continuously collecting vast amounts of emerging cyber threat information but are not making it accessible for public use.
Instead, vendors typically use it for their own personal gain as we discuss in dept in our whitepaper .
With the launch of Threat DB, users have access to our threat information (hacker wallet addresses, phishing URL, blacklisted IPs) without restrictions.
We aim to develop Threat DB into one of the largest decentralized global databases of cyber threat information and will be made transparent for public use.
However, it’s not just for end users to benefit.
Developers or companies interested in using the data from Threat DB can do so through our API , which is set to be available at a later release date.
Now here’s where the fun part begins!
Users have the opportunity to get compensated in the form of cryptocurrency simply by adding valuable threat information to the database (to be verified by Cloudbric’s team of security experts).
In the future, existing Cloudbric users will also have the opportunity to be rewarded simply by submitting their logs following a hacking episode.
With the CLB Reward System, anyone can earn by signing up and contributing to Threat DB.
Although Threat DB only offers a collection of hacker fraud addresses, phishing URLs and blacklisted IPs for viewing and contributing at its beta stage, we strive to continuously expand our service and add more threat data in the future.
Head over now to Cloudbric Labs on April 29 to begin exploring our database which holds over 10,000+ threat data or begin contributing.
More details about the contribution and rewards process will be available on the Cloudbric Labs page.
Originally published at https://www.cloudbric.com on April 19, 2019.