Report Bulk Malicious URLs to Windows Defender Security Intelligence (WDSI)

Windows Defender Security Intelligence (WDSI), formerly known as Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC), is committed to helping Microsoft customers.

With Windows Defender Security Intelligence (WDSI) you can explore in-depth threat encyclopedia for information about threat types and other specific malwares. With WDSI, you can even submit any malicious file for malware analysis where microsoft researchers will analyze from top to bottom and will classified as malware if that file is a threat or any unwanted file.

For more information, you can read the submission guidelines.

What if you found any Malware on your Windows Machine ?

Windows Defender Antivirus automatically removes threats as they are detected. However, many infections can leave remnant files and system changes. Updating your antimalware definitions and running a full scan might help address these remnant artifacts. If any trojan or malware is continually redetected, especially during startup, consider checking for remnant malware entries in the registry.

Also Read: Important Links – Report Phishing Links and Suspicious URLs

And you can also report bulk malicious URLs to Microsoft Windows Defender Team with your Azure AD (Enterprise Customers) Account through which you can easily submit up to 100 Malicious URLs at a time.

Report to Windows Defender Security Team – With Azure AD

Even if you don’t have any Azure AD account, then still you can report any malicious URL to Microsoft Team.

With Guest Submission, you can only report a single URL where you also need to fill the captcha before submission.

Submission could not complete ?

If submissions are taking too long or appear to be submitting very slowly, consider the following solutions:

  • Ensure you have sufficient disk space
  • Make sure that you must report with your official Microsoft Account

Report To Windows Defender Security Team – With Guest

For individual users who don’t love solving CAPTCHAs to submit URLs, sign in with your Microsoft account and submit faster.

About Microsoft Software Removal Tool – 

The Malicious Software Removal Tool always sends information to Microsoft if it detects malicious software or finds an error. The specific information that is sent to Microsoft consists of the following items:

  • The name of the malicious software that is detected
  • The result of malicious software removal
  • The operating system version
  • The operating system locale
  • The processor architecture
  • The version number of the tool
  • An indicator that notes whether the tool is being run by Microsoft Update, Windows Update, Automatic Updates, the Download Center, or from the website
  • An anonymous GUID
  • A cryptographic one-way hash (MD5) of the path and file name of each malicious software file that is removed from the computer

The Malicious Software Removal Tool is released on the second Tuesday of every month. Each release of the tool helps detect and remove current, prevalent malicious software. This malicious software includes viruses, worms, and Trojan horses.

When you download the tool from Microsoft Update or from Automatic Updates, and no malicious software is detected on the computer, the tool will run in quiet mode next time. If malicious software is detected on the computer, the next time that an administrator logs on to the computer, a balloon will appear in the notification area to notify you of the detection.

About Microsoft Safety Scanner – 

Microsoft Safety Scanner is a scan tool designed to find and remove malware from Windows computers. Simply download it and run a scan to find malware and try to reverse changes made by identified threats.

Safety Scanner only scans when manually triggered and is available for use 10 days after being downloaded. We recommend that you always download the latest version of this tool before each scan.

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