[SURBL-Discuss] Re: ANTI-SURBL technique used by spammer
jeffc at surbl.org
Wed May 19 18:19:40 CEST 2004
I have whitelisted freecache.org, which in terms of proper
operations of SURBLs should be all that's needed to prevent
false positives and allow the actual spam sites to be caught.
In terms of using freecache to distribute hosting of the SURBL
web site, we'll look into that.
I am asking freecache.org to consider blocking access
to their services for spammers, as metamark is doing for
redirection using SURBL data.
On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 3:30:00 PM, Fred Fred wrote:
> Well, I brought this up for a couple of reasons, it can be used for many
> reasons, GOOD and BAD.
> Your idea sounds good, it might also be used for some other heavy data files
> we host for whatever reason.
> I brought it up due to the possible bad uses of this technology. It's
> possible for a spammer to use this service for free bandwidth for images and
> other content (flash, etc).
> This is just one of those things to hold on to and keep an eye out for, if
> the word get's out, the spammers might try and abuse it. From the message
> boards, most people don't care what it's used for, except those using 40 GB
> per day in illegal movie downloads cause they choose to be a mirror.
> Frederic Tarasevicius
> Internet Information Services, Inc.
> mailto:info at i-is.com
> Jeff Chan wrote:
>> On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 2:22:38 PM, Fred wrote:
>>> Are you aware of http://freecache.org ?
>>> Take a look here if not:
>>> Frederic Tarasevicius
>> Thanks for the info Fred. Sounds like akamai for the rest of us.
>> Should we publish the surbl site with it?
>> Jeff C.
mailto:jeffc at surbl.org
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