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When DNSBLs Go Bad
When someone sets up a mail server (which we'll call an MTA for Mail Transfer Agent), one of the tasks is to configure the anti-spam features, which invariably involves using DNSBLs. Some software ... read more
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It would be a bad choice for a broadband provider like Comcast ... is spammy and get it right for each of the 4.2 billion IP addresses. No wonder DNSBLs come and go—their maintainers burn out and give ... read more
Internet Governance: An Antispam Perspective
DNSBLs are the prisons of Internet email ... The abuse comes in a hundred different forms, but deep down they're all, somewhat tediously, the same: bad guys telling lies for profit. (Do you remember ... read more
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The Impending End of Traditional .forward-style Forwarding
Trying to send mail that includes bad keywords? You may have "deliverability issues ... You may be listed on one or more DNSBLs, and have "deliverability problems" as a result. Deliverability is ... read more
SolutionBase: E-mail sender authentication: Is it the solution to spam?
Although a spammer's domain might be using SPF to authenticate, as it sends spam it will acquire a "bad rep." Blacklists are a form of ... and accreditation (DNS blacklists and whitelists, or DNSBLs ... read more
How Many Layers Does Your Email Security Need?
Sender reputation filters often miss attacks that come from newly created or spoofed email addresses, or from IP addresses with no "bad" history ... be rewritten with pointers that force them to go ... read more
Dutch ISP Files Police Complaint Against Spamhaus
Who Is Afraid of More Spams and Scams?
Security researchers who rely on data included in Web site domain name records to combat spammers and scammers will likely lose access to that information for at least six months starting at the end ... read more
Dutch ISP calls the cops after Spamhaus blacklists it
The Spamhaus Project is an international organisation, founded by Steve Linford in 1998, dedicated to tracking email spammers and spam-related activity. It is responsible for a number of widely used ... read more
The American Academy of Pediatrics gets hard core on vaccine exemptions—finally
Unfortunately, over the years, the antivaccine movement didn’t go away. It got louder and better at social medial, which is why in comparison I often feel that skeptics are outgunned, even though we ... read more
Maintaining a Publicly Available Blacklist - Mechanisms and Principles
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Dark Mail publishes its secure-email architecture
The Dark Mail Alliance has published the first description of the architecture that enables its secure-and-private alternative to the existing Internet email system. Called the Dark Internet Mail ... read more