[SURBL-Discuss] Domain not identified by SpamCopURI

Eric Kolve ekolve at comcast.net
Fri May 14 17:57:51 CEST 2004


I have this fixed now in my subversion tree.  I will release
0.16 sometime tonight to fix this.  This basically affects
all hosts that have a number greater 9 in the last octet.  Sorry
about this.

--eric


On Fri, May 14, 2004 at 08:38:40PM +0200, John Fawcett wrote:
> I just got the following in a spam message  which was 
> not identified by spamcopuri even though the numeric
> domain it is in sc.surbl.org
> 
> <a href=3D"http://69.63.161.232/?rid=3D1528">
> 
> The debug output shows that the uri is found
> by the SA modules but that SpamCopURI 
> queries for the wrong hostname.
> 
> It should be querying 232.161.63.69.sc.surbl.org
> 
> > debug: uri tests: Done uriRE
> > debug: checking url: http://69.63.161.232/?rid%1528
> > debug: querying for 63.161..sc.surbl.org
> > debug: Query failed for 63.161..sc.surbl.org
> 
> It looks like there are two problem is in SpamCopURI 
> (v 0.15) in the routine _spamcop_uri 
>  
> (1)
>     # strip any non alpha characters off of the end
>     # this is to fix a bug where url parsing in core SA
>     # leaves parens and other junk on the URL that URI
>     # parses to the host
> 
> This causes the domain to become 69.63.161. 
> (including a trailing dot)
> 
> (2) The domain is stripped back to a two level domain
> even though it is/should be an ip address.
> It becomes 63.161. (including a trailing dot)
> 
> This domain then does not match an ip address format
> so it is not reversed and the lookup is done for 
> 63.161. added on to .sc.surbl.org, i.e.:
> 
>     63.161..sc.surbl.org
> 
> Eric, can you help?
> 
> John
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