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Project Summary

AbuseHelper community develops a framework and a socio-economical plan around it to bring the community tighter together. AbuseHelper is a modular and (hopefully) scalable and robust framework to help you in your abuse handling. Initial boostrap was collaboration between CERT-EE and Clarified Networks, with the help of CERT-FI. Starting from the beginning of 2010 - after the boostrap phase - we will be welcoming other contributors and users.

GoalsTo bring further focus to somewhat scattered Internet abuse handling scene. For example a lot of different organizations are developing their own abuse handling systems. To help the community in taking the next step by moving from works-for-me systems to modular, scalable, openly developed and shared ones. by unifying varying workflows and ter


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