104.244.72.239 Location, Reputation, and Bot results

A
The IP address 104.244.72.239 is low risk and with an A grade does not show any signs of malicious bot activity or cloaking.
Summary
Country Luxembourg
Bot Activity -
Cloaking -
Reputation Checking...
Type Proxy
Provider Quetzalcoatl Relays: Quetzalcoatl runs hundreds of Tor relays
Network Neighborhood

A scan of the IPs surrounding your target IP of 104.244.72.239.

Starting at 104.244.72.1 and ending at 104.244.72.254.

KEY: (B)ot, (T)or, (V)PN, (P)roxy, (S)pider

Warning 9% bad hosts found.

22 of 254 host IPs were found to have engaged in bot activity or are running cloaking software in this network block.

This is a sign that the owner of this block may not taking the necessary steps to stop threat actors from using their systems.

Autonomous System (Owner)
Name PONYNET, US
Number 53667
Established 2015 (9 years ago)
Domains
  • frantech.ca
Provider
Name Quetzalcoatl Relays: Quetzalcoatl runs hundreds of Tor relays
Website https://quetzalcoat...
Type Proxy
IP Geolocation
Continent Eu
Lat/Long 49.61154 / 6.130018
Country Luxembourg
Region Luxembourg
City Luxembourg
TZ Offset +01:00 GMT
TZ Name Central European Standard Time (CET)
Currency EUR
Live Information
Launch Probe 104.244.72.239

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IP Cloaking Information
Is Tor -
Is VPN -
Is Proxy -
Bot Detection Info
Is Bot -
Categories None
Is Malware -
Is Hijacked -
Is Exploit Bot -
Is Spider -
Is Dshield -
Is Spyware -
Last Seen 1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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