What is WAFER and Threat Index?
WAFER is a tool that evaluates WAF performance on a website, so that the website owner can select the best security service to use. Threat Index targets security experts by showing the latest global web attack trends and provides vulnerability reports. Read below for Threat DB.
What is Threat DB and CLB Reward System?
Threat DB is a user-centered database of threat information like hacker wallet addresses, phishing URLs, and black IPs. Anyone upon signing up can report threat data. All contributions will be rewarded with CLB tokens through the the CLB Reward System. Threat data is also collected from Cloudbric WAF users, who are also rewarded with tokens. Not only can users view report threat data, they can also utilize it in the form of APIs.
How does the CLB Reward System work?
All submitted threat data will be published on Threat DB first without Cloudbric’s threat level score. Cloudbric’s security analysts will first internally verify submitted data and evidence and then determine its threat level. Once verified, CLB will be accordingly allocated to the user. Users can view their submission and reward status from their dashboard after logging in. Withdrawal function will be made available upon the release of the Cloudbric wallet service.
What determines the amount of CLB reward received? Does it depend on the threat level?
Cloudbric’s team of security analysts will assign a threat level score to each threat data submission based on its potential impact and reach. The CLB reward amount is not synonymous with the threat level score assigned. Instead, each submission will be rewarded CLB tokens based on the quality, quantity, relevance, and threat level of data and evidence submitted.