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I recently received an email with some malicious script written in JavaScript which affects DLLs. I just want to know if there is a kind of security board or something along those lines where I can submit my malicious script. This can be useful to avoid others being affected by this malicious script.

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    Try virustotal.com, submit there a file via web upload. – Aria Nov 21 '16 at 11:17
  • Thank you, you can't tell if this website use the file for analysis purpose but I can see that some antiviruses already classified it as malicious. – Kromen Nov 22 '16 at 14:12
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This excellent guide by @SwiftOnSecurity lists multiple notable services where you can report the malicious script to.

  1. VirusTotal.com (Shares reports publicly, shares files with Premium subscribers)
  2. Hybrid-Analysis.com (Shares reports and files publicly, uses Payload Security's VxStream sandbox)
  3. Malwr.com (Shares reports and files publicly)
  4. Microsoft (Select 'Home User')
  5. Webroot (Detections and threat intelligence go to multiple other products)
  6. Kaspersky
  7. ClamAV (Especially for files that came through email, used in many spam filters)
  8. Emsisoft

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