AbuseIO is a toolkit to receive, process, correlate and notify about abuse reports received by network operators, typically hosting and access providers.
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The docker container uses http internally, when it's called by the proxy as https, it renders wrong routes. This fix will force the specific scheme, based on the app_url (which is set by the docker enviroment APP_URL
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AbuseIO - Abusemanagement tools

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AbuseIO is a toolkit to receive, process, correlate and notify end users about abuse reports received by network operators, typically hosting and access providers. The purpose is to consolidate efforts by various companies and individuals to automate and improve the abuse handling process.

Official Documentation

Documentation for AbuseIO can be found on the docs directory.

Contributing

Thank you for considering contributing to AbuseIO! The contribution guide can be found in the AbuseIO website.

Security Vulnerabilities

If you discover a security vulnerability within AbuseIO, please send an e-mail to Bart Vrancken at bart@abuse.io. All security vulnerabilities will be promptly addressed.

License

AbuseIO is open-sourced software licensed under the GNUv2 license