[SURBL-Discuss] Proposal to add some anti-phishing data to SURBL

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Tue May 4 10:49:49 CEST 2004


>   http://www.mailsecurity.net.au/phish/
> Dave describes the status of the phishing list as public in that:
> "We're going to release our phishing attack list publicly and it
> will remain that way for the duration of it's life.  The only
> attachment to my business will be that we use it as well & that
> it will be maintained by my staff."  The site will get a phishing
> spam form added for public submissions before it goes live.
> Their phishing data sources include spamtraps and feeds from
> other organizations.
> Dave asked me to bring up this idea for some discussion and
> feedback, and he's on these lists so feel free to reply here.
> How do people feel about adding this data to a public SURBL?
> Does this kind of division of free and commercial uses seem
> ok?  Would any of the SURBL public name servers have any
> issues with an arrangement like this?

How large will the list be, and can we, before proceeding with adding new 
lists, work on the combined list? 

Sounds ok to me to get the list going, but first i want to complete the 
previous steps.


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