Example results will include information about ISP owning the IP address, county of origin, any comments about the specific IP, threat category and an abuse meter!
An abuse meter is a feature that will assist you in making the decision, whether you should consider offending IP is malicious or not.
If you run a network, website, or have a device connected to the internet that is getting attacked from an IP address or multiple IP addresses, how do you report IP abuse?
Chances are the IP address that you are seeing abusing your connection, isn't that of the hacker/malware that is attempting to compromise your network/website. Often the owner of the IP address isn't aware that their computer is being used as a host to scan/attack other networks, devices, or websites. So, if you find the IP address of the attacker by doing an IP Address Lookup, don't assume that's the person attacking you. You should consider the fact that they've been hacked and their device is being used without their knowledge.
Upon search completion, you can use the information provided to perform further searches.
For example, you can use our Malicious IP Database to check the reputation of the domain hosted on specified IP address.
Be careful though, there might be multiple domains hosted on the same IP Address and not all of them might be malicious.
To "visit" the website safely you can use our new tool - Website Screenshot or URL2IMG. The website will be displayed in a safe form, as an image file.