The best option is to search on several malware databases for the hash, i.e. www.virustotal.com, www.malwr.com - or just Google he hah/filename, you may find some blogs with more information or other hashes you can then lookup.
I've looked up the first hash and it shows on VT (virustotal):
If you look at the file details tab, you will see the uncompressed size.
This should help you create the CSV file to import the hashes you want to blacklist.
If you don't find the hash online, then j would suggest searching for other details (file name, malware name, etc).
thanks for your reply , and please I need help from you , refer to the above mentioned hashes , I need to create csv file to import it , but unfortunately I cannot import it , could you help me how to create it and have a lock on it if it correct or there is some thing missing ?
Why can't you import the csv file? Are you getting any errors?
To create the csv, on an excel sheet, just add the following for each file you want to blacklist (1 item per column) and save as csv:
filename size (in bytes) HAshtype (MD5,SHA..) Hash DisplayName
safpro1.exe 1787392 MD5 e00615236107a81b16c0a953ea222685 Simda 2