The Aposemat project is a join project of Stratosphere Lab (AIC) and Avast Software company to create, publish and analyze malware attacks on IoT devices. The project started on February 2018. During that year the researchers have been capturing more than 600 IoT malware captures and Honeypot captures, analyzed dozens of families and worked on the development of detection algorithms.
From the attacks made on the honeypots in the IoT lab a blacklist of IP addresses was generated called The Attacker IP Prioritization Blacklist, or AIP Blacklist. It updates everyday at 12:00 based on the data collected from the previous 24 hours. The list is generated by a custom python program that that uses seven characteristics found for each attacking IP to rate them from most dangerous and active to least. The current days blacklist, along with each days blacklist since the program was started can be found with the other published data sets for Aposemat.