What is an IP score?
IP score is an indicator of the quality of the IP address through points or score. IP Threat score is reflected through the size of the points that are assigned to the IP address. The smaller the score the smaller the threat. The points awarded indicate the quality of the IP and can vary from 0, which is an ideal score, to a maximum of 100, which indicates the maliciousness of the IP address.
Points and scores are made possible thanks to the 'HoneyPot project' and our own monitoring. CloudFlare uses a similar way of treating visitors, where based on the threat score it distinguishes between legitimate visitors on the other hand rule breakers such as some search engines, bots, mail servers, IP's used for dictionary attacks as well as comment spammers on forums, blogs, website forms, then other malicious visitors etc.
With this tool you can also control the threat score and reputation for a domain. Namely, each domain is assigned a dedicated (unique) or share IP address (which is shared with other users). A negative score can have catastrophic consequences for the domain itself. Therefore, it is advisable to have a dedicated IP address for the domain and preferably avoid the share IP address that you share with many other users at the same time.
Thanks to our IP fraud score tool you will be able to see a reliable result, determine the quality of the IP address and decide whether to block or blacklist an IP through Firewall or not.
- IP / ASN (Autonomous System Number)
- IP Address: 220.127.116.11
- Hostname: ec2-3-235-11-178.compute-1.amazonaws.com
- ASNr: Not Known
- Reputation IP Score
IP Threat Score: 0 (Lower is better)
IP 18.104.22.168 has an excellent reputation