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There are definitely a few sites which offer malware binaries for download, and highlight to an extent, the malware family that the binary belongs to, and the related behavior. One such example is VirusTotal. This seems to be a relevant discussion as well.
Many companies that maintain these types of data correlations (FireEye, Crowdstrike, Symantec, etc) don't disclose this. They do so because for many of those companies, it's their bread and butter at times. This has led to (what I believe) many companies continuously getting compromised by the same threat actors over and over. (One company seeing something, ...
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