[Dshield] mail1.giac.net spamcop listed]

Richard Golodner RGolodner at Aetea.com
Mon Dec 15 19:44:57 GMT 2003


But what if there is no need for your company to do business with Asia? Is
it wrong to firewall the netblocks of companies, organizations and people
that do not need to access my corpoarte network? I save myself a lot of
headaches by not allowing Wanadoo traffic see my network. Is this wrong?
					Richard

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Tombaugh [mailto:mtombaugh at alliedcc.com]
Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 2:06 PM
To: General DShield Discussion List
Subject: Re: [Dshield] mail1.giac.net spamcop listed]


> Then let's make that day come sooner- everyone that administers a mail
> server, if you constantly receive spam from a domain- block it. I block
> all of China, Korea, and "odd" top-level domains. No one in Liberia has
any
> business mailing anyone at my server. 

If my clients can no longer do any business via e-mail with half of Asia, am
I 
really doing them a service? Besides, most of todays UCE originates from the

states, have you blocked them?

-- 
Mark Tombaugh <mtombaugh at alliedcc.com>
Allied Computer Corporation <http://www.alliedcc.com>
USiHOST, iNC <http://www.usihost.com>


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