[SURBL-Discuss] Re: Start an IP list to block?

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Thu Sep 9 23:47:55 CEST 2004


> 1) Spammers can set up multiple ip addresses to an A record.  Whatever does 
> the reporting should check all A records, from the top down.  i.e. query each 
> NS multiple times to make sure it's not being round-robined or reported 
> differently from multiple DNS servers.
> 2) I can easily forsee spammers doing a wildcard subdomain as an effort to 
> thwart this, if we're doing nslookups.
> 3) It's a common case that spammers use disposable landing sites, such as the 
> forwarding services offered by tinyurl, zoneedit, and the like, or will put 
> an HTTP redirect on a hotmail or geocities page.  Should those be exempt from 
> this, since they have a fair number of legitimate domains as well?

Did you actually have a look on the sata provided at the start of this 
thread ? Sure, it COULD be different, but somehow, it isnt.

Thats why we posted the data in the first place, a lot of spam is boosted 
inside via the exact same way. We can ignore that, and say they will 
migitate, but if we never react they will never migitate either.


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