This webpage explains how CRDF Labs rewards reporters for submitting malicious URLs that do not meet our detection criteria. The reward program encourages our reporters to report any malicious URLs that do not meet our detection criteria. Thus, we make the Web more secure together!
If you do not want to participate in the reward program, you will be counted in our results but you may not claim your reward.
Conditions of access to the reward program:
All malicious URLs embedded in our database after your submission will be counted in our system. If your URL already exists in our database, does not exist, whitelisted by our services or does not meet our detection criteria will not be counted. Only the CRDF Labs expert who processes your submission report and accepts a malicious URL will be counted.
In any case, we thank you for your submissions and we appreciate your gesture. Thanks to you, we are trying to make a Web more secure and enjoyable. If you want to know what our actions are against the URLs that are added in our database, we invite you to consult our FAQ.
We would like to remind you that CRDF Labs is independent, non-commercial and self-financed.
We advise you to submit complete URLs so that the expert who will analyze the report can immediately see that the URL is malicious. Some of our users submit domain names to us and we are often unable to verify that they do not meet our detection criteria.
In order to earn a reward, you must validate a number of malicious URL reports on a single consecutive month.
|Number of validated reports
|0.00001 USD / Confirmed Malicious URLs