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The ways in which threat entry sets can be compressed.
Describes an API diff request.
Request to send a potentially phishy URI to WebRisk.
The uncompressed threat entries in hash format. Hashes can be anywhere from 4 to 32 bytes in size. A large majority are 4 bytes, but some hashes are lengthened if they collide with the hash of a popular URI.
Used for sending ThreatEntryAdditons to clients that do not support compression, or when sending non-4-byte hashes to clients that do support compression.
A set of raw indices to remove from a local list.
The Rice-Golomb encoded data. Used for sending compressed 4-byte hashes or compressed removal indices.
Request to return full hashes matched by the provided hash prefixes.
Request to check URI entries against threatLists.
Wraps a URI that might be displaying phishing content.
Contains the set of entries to add to a local database. May contain a combination of compressed and raw data in a single response.
Contains the set of entries to remove from a local database.
The type of threat. This maps dirrectly to the threat list a threat may belong to.