[SURBL-Discuss] another redirector ?
john at tradoc.fr
Wed Apr 28 09:08:16 CEST 2004
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004 15:37:17 -0700, Eric Kolve wrote:
> As well, just because one new redirector is found, doesn't mean the spamming community
> at large knows about it or knows they need to switch. Most will continue to use
> rd.yahoo.com, g.msn.com, etc. not knowing they need to switch.
Except that spammers are known to read antispam mailing lists, so you
can be fairly sure that they will soon catch on.
> If the problem of open redirectors becomes endemic, we could have another RHSRBL that
> we could look up URLs against to determine whether they are an open redirector. This
> would tell us whether we should try to resolve the redirect and could change dynamically
> as we discovered new ones much the same way URLs are added to the standard blacklist.
That sounds like the way to go - any hardcoded list is bound to come to
the attention of the spammers sooner or later.
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