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

Jeff Chan jeffc at surbl.org
Fri Sep 10 00:16:04 CEST 2004


On Thursday, September 9, 2004, 2:26:37 PM, Chris Santerre wrote:


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>>From: jm at jmason.org [mailto:jm at jmason.org]
>>Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 5:17 PM
>>To: Raymond Dijkxhoorn
>>Cc: Alex Broens;
>>users-return-15498-sa-list=alexb.ch at spamassassin.apache.org; SURBL
>>Discussion list (E-mail); Spamassassin-Talk (E-mail)
>>Subject: Re: Start an IP list to block? 
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>>Raymond Dijkxhoorn writes:
>>> Hi!
>>> 
>>> > Chris, Raymond ,
>>> >
>>> > I went thru a random few of these and they're were listed 
>>at Spamhaus.
>>> > Using spamhaus at SMTP level or SA doing RBL lookups would 
>>have caught and 
>>> > stopped them... Spamcop probably has quite a few of them 
>>listed as well
>>> 
>>> No, that wont work. The spams are sended in via 
>>trojans/proxys only the 
>>> websites are static. SOME are blocked with DSBL and so but 
>>most of the 
>>> time they start a spamrun with a fresh set it seems.
>>> 
>>> So yes, they are inside spamhaus, but only the websites, 
>>didnt see mails 
>>> sended out from there (yet).
>>
>>Are their NS records listed in the SBL?
>>
>>- --j.

> No, but extremely easy to add. However....I'm not sure Jeff would like that.
> Would have to be a seperate list. 

> -_Chris

ADD THEM TO SBL.  DO NOT ADD THEM TO SURBL.

Holy fsck guys!  We have a good thing going here.  We're put a
lot of work into it so far, and it's working pretty well.  Let's
not tear apart the SURBL project, OK?

Give me a chance to make some improvements in the next version
of the data engine.  It will take into account resolved IPs
and get new domains onto the lists sooner.

Jeff C.



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