Effective URL: https://www.stmarthaslex.org/.e.u/
Submission: On July 11 via manual from US
The main IP is 18.104.22.168, located in Houston, United States and belongs to UNIFIEDLAYER-AS-1 - Unified Layer, US. The main domain is www.stmarthaslex.org.
TLS certificate: Issued by Let's Encrypt Authority X3 on June 4th 2019. Valid for: 3 months.
This is the first time this domain was scanned on urlscan.io!
Verdict: Malicious (Score: 100/100) Show Details
- urlscan - Score: 0
- Score: 100 (1 resources matched)
Domain & IP information
|IP Address||AS Autonomous System|
|1 1||22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199||3356 (LEVEL3) (LEVEL3 - Level 3 Parent)|
|1||188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206||46606 (UNIFIEDLA...) (UNIFIEDLAYER-AS-1 - Unified Layer)|
ASN3356 (LEVEL3 - Level 3 Parent, LLC, US)
|Subject / Issuer||Validity||Valid|
Let's Encrypt Authority X3
3 HTTP transactions
There were HTTP redirects (301, 302) for the following requests:Request 0
These URLs were requested, but there was no response received. You will also see them in the list above.
Potentially malicious activity detected
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