Botfree.lu - Luxembourg anti-botnet support - ACDC Luxembourg support center
Infected systems are often part of a botnet which can be controlled remotely by attackers to perform criminal activities like attacking other computers, sending malicious emails or performing denial-of-service attack.
My PC is infected and I am looking for support
If you have a strong suspicion that your machine is infected and you are looking for support to re-install the system, you can check the PC-doctor list to find an SME to support you.
I received a malicious or suspicious link
Phishing links can tested without risk and reported via the CIRCL urlabuse interface.
I have a security incident in my company
If you have a security incident in your company, you can report it to CIRCL.
I found illegal content on the Internet, what should I do?
The BEE SECURE Stopline project aims to provide a structure enabling illegal Internet content to be reported anonymously and to deal with these reports in collaboration with the relevant national and international authorities.
Where can I find more documentation about security?
You can find additional information about specific topics like account hijacking and stolen mobile devices in The Digital First Aid Kit. You can find additional information on the BEESECURE website, CASES or SECURITYMADEIN.LU.
I have a different information security incident, not matching any of the above categories. Whom can I contact?
You can report it to CIRCL.
About the European Advanced Cyber Defense Center project
Botfree.lu is an initiative from CIRCL, BEE SECURE and SMILE gie as a part of the support centers of the European Advanced Cyber Defense Center (ACDC-project) on the basis of the antibotnet activities of the German ISP’s association ECO.