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README.md

README.md

Malicious Javascript Dataset

DISCLAMER This repository contains harmful code aka you should know what you are doing! The maintainer cannot be held responsible for dumb or illegal usage of the content.

This repository contains a list of pseudo-sorted malicious JavaScripts collected from time to time.

Current dataset size (January 2017):

  • 1156 HTML files
  • 1357 JS files
  • 33 skipped files

## Contributions are very welcome

In order to automatically process the samples I'd like the contributors to keep the following guidelines:

  • Malicious JavaScript samples must have either .html or .js extension
  • Add the ignore keyword in filename if the file is not a JavaScript samples (e.g. your notes)
  • If you have the deobfuscated code please submit it with the deobfuscated keyword in the filename
  • If you don't know which kind of sample it is, please submit it in the misc folder
  • If you know the date when the sample appeared please either add the date in the filename or (if you have many samples for the same period) submit them in a folder named after that period (following the format YYYYMMDD)
  • If the sample is an EK landing page either add lp or landingpage in the sample filename
  • If the sample is only the injected JavaScript (e.g. as the first step in a EK chain), please add the injected keyword to it
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