WebService::AbuseIPDB::BlacklistResponse - Specific class for responses to blacklist method


The blacklist method of WebService::AbuseIPDB will return an object of this class. It is a subclass of the generic WebService::AbuseIPDB::Response class.

    use WebService::AbuseIPDB;

    my $ipdb = WebService::AbuseIPDB->new (key => 'abc123...');
    my $res = $ipdb->blacklist (limit => 5);
    unless ($res->successful) {
        for my $err (@{$res->errors}) {
            warn "Error $err->{status}: $err->{detail}\n";
        die "Cannot continue.\n";
    my $when = $res->as_at;
    my @list = $res->list;
    print "As at $when\n";
    for my $item (@list) {
        printf "%s has a score of %i\n",
            $item->ip, $item->score;


The new, successful and errors methods are inherited from WebService::AbuseIPDB::Response. All other methods are accessors as listed here.


Returns the time at which this list was generated in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS+HH:MM as a scalar string.


Returns the payload as an array of WebService::AbuseIPDB::BlacklistMember objects


WebService::AbuseIPDB for general use of the client, WebService::AbuseIPDB::Response for the parent class and Version 2 of the AbuseIPDB API for API details/restrictions.


Copyright © 2020 Pete Houston

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