[SURBL-Discuss] newly registered domains
csanterre at MerchantsOverseas.com
Mon May 9 19:52:43 CEST 2005
Exactly, and do you have any idea how many of the lookups would be needed
per day? I do! Enough to get the uribl dns ip doing the lookups, blocked
from the whois servers.
People running the whois servers don't really play nice with others. You
need to approach them very carefully. APNIC is not going to be to helpful ;)
>From: Matthew Wilson [mailto:matthew at boomer.com]
>Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 1:29 PM
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>Subject: RE: [SURBL-Discuss] newly registered domains
>I wasn't talking about doing huge numbers of whois lookups; I
>cache the whois lookups in the a uribl dns zone, encoded using regex.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: discuss-bounces at lists.surbl.org
>> [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.surbl.org] On Behalf Of Chris Santerre
>> Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 9:20 AM
>> To: 'SURBL Discussion list'
>> Subject: RE: [SURBL-Discuss] newly registered domains
>> Because they don't take to kindly to anyone doing tons of
>> whois looksups an hour. Trust me ;)
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >From: Matthew Wilson [mailto:matthew at boomer.com]
>> >Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 9:44 AM
>> >To: SURBL Discussion list
>> >Subject: RE: [SURBL-Discuss] newly registered domains
>> >Why not integrate a whois date lookup directly into SURBL or URIBL?
>> >Design an encoding system whereby
>> >suspectedspammydomain.spammertld.dr.surbl.org (or uribl.com) would
>> >return the date somehow regex encoded in the IP address.
>> Then write a
>> >nice SA rule that decodes it, also using regex. Are there
>> >geniuses out there that could encode a date in an IP address?
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