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I am looking for fast-flux domains that are currently active so I can train a model that I build. I found this so far: https://atlas.arbor.net/summary/fastflux but it is outdated.

  • After learning what "fast flux" means, I think it is rather natural that any information on currently active fast flux networks is outdated really soon. And, it does not seem to fit the concept of "Open Data" well. – user6083 Jan 7 '16 at 10:08
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    @jknappen I agree with your reproducibility point, but the systems for making dynamic data persistently citable are not yet well established, so making persistence a requirement for 'open data' in this context sets a high bar. – tomp Jan 7 '16 at 13:25
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    I just found this which could be of help: secrepo.com , but still no fast-flux ones. – Sotos Jan 7 '16 at 14:11
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    @jknappen where is the concept of (persistent) Open Data defined? I've never heard of it before. Data can always be remixed or reused. I'm not a fan of dismissing any openness or open data related question. – albert Jan 8 '16 at 8:39
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    This is the sort of thing that the various RBLs were set up (Realtime Blackhole Lists) ... some of them keep info about why they added a specific host, but I don't know which ones allow global dumps. (most just do lookups, so you can query in real time against an incoming SMTP connection) – Joe Jan 14 '16 at 22:18

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