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Compromised System (Response 127.0.0.14-127.0.0.18) These are various categories that cover systems infected by DDoS drones, trojans, viruses, malware/ratware that is used for spamming. We actively detect good email and pass it through as quickly and efficiently as possible. These may not be a list of all the return codes we use and we don't guarantee that we will continue to use these codes. If an IP address appears in more than one database and you query using the aggregate zone, all applicable codes are returned. weblink

Exploits that include guessing passwords will not be included. People who sell email services or ISPs. Nonspam is actually easier in some ways because the nonspam servers aren't doing any tricks to hide. The theory is that this is far more efficient to return all the information in a single call reducing bandwidth and increasing speed through reduced number of calls. http://wiki.junkemailfilter.com/index.php/Spam_DNS_Lists

A spammer might be able to fake their way from being blacklisted to yellowlisted. However, we do make exceptions to this policy under certain situations. In addition to the above you also have to consider how much load you are going to put on the servers, including the SORBS DNS server. In most cases email software which uses DNSBL access will return a failing code if any address is returned (the IP is in the list).

It's not just about blocking spam - it's about accepting good email. For those IP addresses which appear in the black list the DNSBL may optionally store a standard TXT RR at the same name giving some explanation for the black listing. Thank you! tarbaby.junkemailfilter.com That will help us build our list, reduce your spam, and help tune the list to those spamming you making our black list even more effective for you.

Using SORBS with PROCMAIL. Whatever email is left is then tested with all your other testing methods like Spam Assassin. Do you want to trust the SORBS admins as well as a testing script? http://www.zytrax.com/books/dns/ch9/dnsbl.html For large or busy sites please see the information for large sites.

A spam increments the spam counter. How do server administrators use SORBS...? Copyright © 2002-2015 by SORBS | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy Toggle navigation Welcome Functionality Download Documentation Community Forum Contact Quick links Active topics Search The team Search Login Anyway, of course, I think it is reasonable to have this 'nearly all' risk (more than the 'yellow' mix if spam and non spam) captured for but I guess my question

If your email system already knows the incoming message is spam, it can deny a spam message before having to pass it to a mail scanner (medium cost), through a virus Thank you again Have a good day! We also track how long the domain is known to us so that creates an age indication that might be useful. 127.0.2.1 - domains we first saw in the last 24-48 This is a service of Junk Email Filter dot com.

The idea is that multiple trusted servers feed data to a database that tracks IP addresses and counts the number of spams/nonspams sent by these hosts. have a peek at these guys Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 jimimaseye Moderator Posts: 4920 Joined: 2011-09-08 17:48 Why marked as spam? Our lists go much farther. The significance of these numbers is that they are related to hosts on the Internet whose condition/settings have included the particular vulnerabilities which we seek to eliminate, i.e.

When reviewing a number of DNSBL web sites to obtain the value of return codes they were not easily identifiable. Here's an example of what you might see on a whitelisted domain: dig wellsfargo.com.hostkarma.junkemailfilter.com ;; ANSWER SECTION: wellsfargo.com.hostkarma.junkemailfilter.com. 2100 IN A 127.0.0.1 wellsfargo.com.hostkarma.junkemailfilter.com. 2100 IN A 127.0.1.1 wellsfargo.com.hostkarma.junkemailfilter.com. 2100 IN A Spam DNS Lists From Computer Tyme Support Wiki Jump to: navigation, search Contents 1 Were you Blacklisted and want to be removed? 2 Creating White/Yellow/Black DNS lists for email systems in check over here blacklist tests Both name and IP queries to this list are accepted: 4.3.2.1.nobl.junkemailfilter.com mydomain.com.nobl.junkemailfilter.com Country Code List Junk Email Filter now provides a country code IP lookup.

The idea being that if the domain isn't listed then it is unfamiliar and thus new domains can be detected instantly upon being used. The Magic is in the White Lists Think differently. Some serves send a mixture of spam and nonspam.

The short answer is yes - probably some can.

Testing your BRBL Setup After you have registered your nameserver IP addresses with Barracuda and have been approved for access, you manually test access from the command line interface of your Besides just black lists and white lists we have yellow lists and NOBL lists. (Our Invention) White on our lists means that anything that comes from the source is good email Problems, comments, suggestions, corrections (including broken links) or something to add? I've looked thru some references on the web site on setting this up but am not having success.

To us it's all about delivering good email and blocking bad email. Blacklist Testing and other testing Tools [Valli black list testing tool] [DNS Stuff] [Mailbox Tools] [DNSay] Blacklist Compared How does our lists compare to other lists. Top jimimaseye Moderator Posts: 4920 Joined: 2011-09-08 17:48 Re: Why marked as spam? this content Board index All times are UTC - 6 hours { ASACP_CREDITS }Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Theme created StylerBB.net Home About Contact Spam Data Web Data

the local ip was 127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.localdomain xx.xx.xx.xx mail mail which I've changed xx.xx.xx.xx mail mail.xxxxxx.net. Listacaiu Login RecentesTagsIRCContatoSobre Últimas Tags GOOGLEUOLOIDNSROTAREDES SOCIAIS Todas as Tags Sugerir Tag Links Úteis CentralOps UtilitiesDNS StuffHE BGP ToolkitintoDNS ReportISP ToolsRIPE RISRNP Looking GlassSIMETTC IRRtestaporta Sugerir link [caiu] E-mail UOLHost Felipe It's not just a matter of catching spam and letting everything else pass. All we do is track that and once the server establishes a clean reputation we bless it.

The system can also track good servers over a long time tracking good email and establishing a reputation. I checked the black listings and get: CBL = Return codes were: 127.0.0.2 SPAMHAUS... = Return codes were: 127.0.0.4 looking at cbl - their complaint is I'm 'helo'ing as localhost.localdomain rather But it might be worth a few points using SpamAssassin. 127.0.0.1 - whilelist - trusted nonspam 127.0.0.2 - blacklist - block spam 127.0.0.3 - yellowlist - mix of spam and nonspam Our view is that the best way to fight spam is to stop it at the source.

Most commonly they are used as links to sites that the spam wants you to click on. We also have ways of detecting nonspam that spammers can't duplicate. But not all the way to whitelisted. Spam supporters are added on a 'third strike and you are out' basis, where the third spam will cause the supporter to be added to the list.

White and Yellow listing are also done using a table of domain names that are known to only send good email or are know to send mixed email, (yahoo, hotmail). HMS 5.6.5 B2367 on Win Server 2008 R2 Foundation, + 5.7.0 B2373 on test.SpamassassinForWindows 3.4.0 spamd serviceAV: Clamwin + Clamd service + sanesecurity defs : https://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=26829 Top SorenR Senior user Posts: In the above example mail addresses of the form [email protected] would require subsitution of @ with . (dot) before being appended to the whitelist domain name to avoid use of @ White Listings - We list good IPs as well as bad Yellow Listing - For Google, Outlook, Hotmail, Yahoo - IP contains no useful information.

Quote Postby jimimaseye » 2015-03-28 01:14 SorenR wrote:Why check for brownlisted IP addresses ??Well it does say"127.0.0.4 - brownlist - all spam - but not yet enough to blacklist"but that does