Simple Management

Add/remove entire IP blocks or ranges

Start monitoring all of your IPs and domains in just seconds. With our simple to use interface, you can easily add entire IP ranges or blocks to be blacklist monitored, all in one go. Removing multiple blacklist monitors is also as simple as selecting them from a list and picking the 'Delete' option from the drop-down menu. Everything was designed to be as easy as possible, so that our users can focus on their work, not on figuring out how to use our platform.

Powerful Search Engine & Labeling System

Search through your monitors with ease

Once you've added all of your IPs and domains to be blacklist monitored, you'll need an efficient way of searching through all of them. Using our labeling system to assign keywords to your monitors is the easiest way to neatly organize and quickly find them afterwards. You can assign labels based on purpose (i.e.: 'emailing', 'webservers', etc.), based on your own clients (i.e.: 'client1', 'client2', etc.), or any other way you see fit to label your monitors. When it comes to finding the monitors you are looking for, this is where our search engine comes into play, allowing you to easily search by label, by IP/domain, and even by IP block. This way you can immediately find the IPs or domains that you are looking to work on, or check up on.

Notifications

Get notified when you've been blacklisted

Monitoring would not be complete without our platform letting you know if and when your IPs and domains get blacklisted or delisted. In order to avoid spamming you with an individual notification for each of your monitors, our notifications are automatically bundled up, and then dispatched to you as soon as possible. This way you'll always be aware of any potential bad customers on your network, or of any servers being compromised that send out spam emails. You can choose to be notified via a long list of different methods, so pick the one that best suits your needs or your working style: Email, SMS, Telegram, PushBullet, Pushover, Twitter, Slack, Discord, Mattermost, RocketChat, Microsoft Teams, PagerDuty, OpsGenie, VictorOps, or create your own using our Webhooks.

Blacklist Reports

Insightful blacklist reports

Each of your blacklist monitors will have their own blacklist report where you can easily see all of the blacklists it is currently listed on. You'll also be provided with delisting links for all of the blacklists where your IP or domain is blacklisted on. Following these links will take you exactly where you need to go on the blacklist's website to follow their delisting procedures. Furthermore, on each blacklist report page you can also see the blacklisting history graph for this monitor, and even click within the history graph on any past dates to go back in time and see its blacklisting status at that point in time. Last but not least, the blacklist report will also include the 'change history' log where you can easily see all of its blacklisting/delisting activity over time, in chronological order. These blacklist reports are private by default, but you can make each of them public and share them with your colleagues or clients. You'll also be able to fully white label your blacklist reports by using your own domain/subdomain, logo, favicon, color scheme, etc.

Status Page

Bundle & share multiple monitors at once

Bundle up multiple blacklist monitors into one status page, and share it with your coworkers or with your customers. For example, you could create an individual status page for each of your clients that would include only their IPs/domains, so they can see their blacklisting status on their own. Each status page will only display the monitors that you've selected to appear on it, their blacklisting status, and links to the blacklist reports for each of them. Just as with our blacklist reports, you can also fully white label your status pages as well, using your own domain/subdomain, logo, favicon, color scheme, etc., allowing you to offer a more personalized experience for your customers or colleagues.

Block View

View overall blacklisting status per IP block

Select an IP block size and our system will automatically generate your overall blacklisting status for all of your IPs, split up into the specified block size. Being one of our most used features, 'block view' allows you to easily view, at a glance, your entire network's blacklisting status, and pinpoint which ones of your IP blocks are the most blacklisted and which are the cleanest. This can come in handy when, for instance, you're assigning IP blocks to new customers, and you want to be sure that you're assigning them a clean IP block, not a heavily blacklisted one. Furthermore, clicking on each IP block will take you back to the regular monitors view which displays only the IPs from that block, thus allowing you to dig further into that IP block and clean up its IP addresses.

Filters

Filter your blacklist monitors

You can easily filter your blacklist monitors per RBL, so only the monitors blacklisted on the selected RBLs will be displayed. This would be very useful when you'll want to start delisting your IPs/domains only from certain blacklists, so you'd want to see only those monitors in your workspace. We also have other filters that can be very helpful, such as: filtering based on recent changes (where you only see the monitors recently blacklisted/delisted); filtering based on monitor type (where you'll see only a certain monitor type, i.e.: IPv4 monitors); or filtering based on whether or not a monitor is blacklisted (so it'll exclude all clean IPs/domains). And, of course, all of the mentioned filters will work very well when combined together, so you can be as precise as possible when it comes to what monitors you'd like to see, for example: view only domains that are blacklisted on the Invaluement blacklist, or view only IPs recently blacklisted/delisted.

Color Indicators

Spot the most recent changes

Our color indicators will help you spot the most recent blacklisting/delisting changes within your blacklist monitors. The red color background means that the particular IP or domain has recently been blacklisted, while the green background means it has been recently delisted. This way you can quickly observe, at a glance, which of your monitors require your immediate attention.

Group Actions

Manage multiple monitors at once

Managing multiple monitors at once can easily be done with just a few clicks. Our 'group actions' feature allows you to select multiple monitors at once, and apply an action to all of them, such as: disabling/enabling them, creating a status page with them, removing them, changing their label, etc. This feature comes in handy when combined with our search engine, for example: search for a particular label, select all of the monitors with that label, and use 'group actions' to change their label to a new one.

On-Demand Check

Initiate a check on all of your monitors

If you wish to do so, you can initiate an on-demand check on all of your blacklist monitors at any point. This would force a recheck on all of your IPs and domains, right on the spot, without having to wait for the next system automatic recheck. The 'on-demand check' is very useful for when you wish to immediately check for any blacklisting/delisting changes affecting your blacklist monitors, thus skipping time waiting in the processing queue.

Search Cloud

Your most popular searches are one click away

If you enable your 'search cloud', you'll have your most popular searched terms neatly displayed in your blacklist monitor dashboard, so you can one-click on any of them to initiate that particular search. This way you'll easily search through different keywords, labels, IP blocks, or domains, in order to have a more efficient working process. You can even select how many keywords should appear in your 'search cloud', and even clear them all out or just one by one, at any point, if you wish to do so.

Bookmark View

Create bookmarks for your workspace

Easily save specific 'views' of your blacklist monitoring workspace by using 'bookmark view'. The way it works: after you've filtered your monitors, and/or searched through them, you can use 'bookmark view' to save that exact filter/search configuration, so you'll have it available for future use, just one click away. For example, if you wish to find all IPs belonging to Client-1 that are blacklisted on the SpamRats RBLs, you search for the 'Client-1' label, then filter the results based on RBLs to only show the ones blacklisted on SpamRats blacklists, and then save this view using 'bookmark view'. Now, the next time you'll want to find the same results, you'll have a bookmark for your query, so you don’t have to perform all of the steps again.

Ignore Blacklist

Ignore the blacklists you think are irrelevant

If you think a blacklist is irrelevant for your particular use-case, or if you simply wish not to monitor a certain blacklist, you can simply ignore it from any of your blacklist reports. The 'ignore' is global, so you only have to do it once, on just one of your blacklist reports, and it'll affect your entire account. Ignoring a blacklist will simply not check your IPs and domains against it anymore, and you will not be notified if or when you get blacklisted on this RBL anymore. This feature is very useful for users who dislike certain RBLs and their practices, or that feel that certain RBLs are not worth monitoring.

Blacklist Check

Instantly blacklist check any IP or domain

You can use our platform's Blacklist Check to instantly check any of your IPs or domain names against all of our monitored RBLs. The check is performed in real-time and you can immediately view its results. Furthermore, every blacklist check will generate its own public blacklist report, which you can share just as you'd do with your own blacklist reports. This feature will help you if you have an immediate need to check an IP or a domain name against our monitored blacklists.

API

Integrate with your own platform

Our simple to use API allows you to add, edit, and remove your blacklist monitors effortlessly, so you can integrate our blacklist monitoring service directly into your own service or platform. Furthermore, you can use our API to simply fetch the current blacklisting status for all of your blacklist monitors, to save or process, as you wish, on your end. Our 'api explorer' will help you view and learn more about our API calls, and it's even a place where you can test out the API calls you wish to implement into your own code. You can generate permission based API keys to use in your application, which means that you can configure specific permissions for each of your API keys, so they'd never have access to your entire account.

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