If you own at least one ASN and want visibility of your IPs' reputation across your network, it's time to register for the Spamhaus Reputation Portal. From a simple-to-read dashboard outlining how many listings you have on Spamhaus' blocklists, to a ticket center to handle removal requests, the Portal makes managing and resolving listings effortless. Add to this automated updates of newly listed IPs, and this tool enables you to approach your network's reputation proactively. For a quick tour, keep reading or watch this short video.

The Dashboard

This provides you with an overview of your network. It includes the number of ranges you have associated with your account, and the total number of listings for those ranges by each IP blocklist:

  • Spamhaus Blocklist (SBL)
  • Exploits Blocklist (XBL)
  • CSS Blocklist (CSS)
  • Botnet Controller List (BCL)

The dashboard also provides you with the percentage change in the number of listings for each blocklist across 30 days.

For quick reference, several “top tens” show the most recently listed IPs, the longest listed IPs, and your most abused /24s.

Reputation Portal Dashboard showing an overview of IPs in network and number of IPs listed in a Spamhaus Blocklist

Network ranges with listing overview

This area lists all your ranges by /24, along with the number of SBL, XBL, CSS, and BCL listings. All the information is fully sortable and can be exported, should you require. From this page, you can quickly navigate to a heatmap of a specific /24.

Listing of all networks by /24 with how many Spamhaus blocklist records they have for each /24

/24 Heatmap with listings

The heatmap shows the individual IPs within a /24 and displays which have SBL, CSS, BCL, or XBL listings associated with them. From here, you can click on one of the IPs to review the complete listing information.

Heatmap of a /24 showing which IPs are listed on a Spamhaus blocklist

Removals from the Spamhaus blocklists

Currently, it isn’t possible to request removal from the SBL – the usual process of the ISP contacting the SBL team via email remains in place. However, for the other blocklists, once you have taken the relevant remediation that caused the listing in the first place, you can request removal.

Ticketing Center

Here you can track all your requests and communications with the Spamhaus team. This includes adding or deleting ranges from your network, changing user details, or working with the team to resolve a listing issue.

Reputation updates delivered by email or via API

To save you from logging into the portal daily, you can choose to receive reputation updates via email or our API, providing automatic updates of new listings.

How to register for a Reputation Portal account

  • Go to https://manage.spamhaus.com/register.
  • Complete the form and submit.
  • Check your inbox and look for a verification email from Spamhaus. Click on the link included in the email.
  • Set up a password for your account.
  • Data will populate within 48 working hours.

We hope you get value from this newly released tool, and look forward to increasing its functionality in the not too distant future.

Related Products

The Reputation Portal

ASN owners – assess your network, manage your reputation, and resolve your listing issues.


UPDATE – Informational Listings in the Spamhaus Blocklist

24 February 2023


Spamhaus Project's informational listings have received a lot of attention recently, including some helpful of feedback - namely, the intelligence is helpful but it creates too much "noise" in the SBL. So the Project Team will be making changes in the near future.

Kentik provides proactive threat intelligence using Spamhaus’ IP data

23 August 2022

Case Study

Network intelligence provider, Kentik, support companies like Sky, Tesla, Spotify. Read how they're using Spamhaus' data to provide proactive threat intelligence to their customers.

abuse.ch appoints Spamhaus as a licensee to secure its future

8 August 2022


On Monday, August 1st, 2022, Spamhaus Technology became the primary licensee of data produced by abuse.ch. Here's an outline of why this partnership was conceived and what it hopes to achieve in the future.