wildfire findings into the pan-db

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Hi there,

today a user tried to download a wallpaper from www.wallsave.com

Wildfire says it is Malware.


A few engines from virustotal also:



So my question is: why or when is this site marked as malware in the pan-db cloud?


>test url-info-cloud http://www.wallsave.com/



Thanks, Sebastian


L3 Networker

I think the URL reputation is malware and malicious site . which version of wildfire you are using .

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Now it's getting funny.
Can please someone explain that to me?

That's my response to my change request for that malware site.

SUBJECT: Change request processed for: www.wallsave.com

Thank you once again for your submission. After careful evaluation, we have determined that the original categorization is correct, and as such, its category will not change.

URL: www.wallsave.com
Current category: shareware-and-freeware
You suggested: malware
If you'd like to submit another request, please visit:

Palo Alto Networks

L5 Sessionator

Hi Sebastian,

Generally speaking, if WildFire has identified a downloaded file as malicious, the corresponding domain should also be categorized by PAN-DB as malware.  There are a few exceptions to this, so I'm looking into the reason for your case.  I'll report back as soon as I get more information.


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