[Dshield] Spyware Blacklist
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Fri Jun 13 16:49:12 GMT 2003
Why not then use Dans Guardian it work great.
On Thu, 2003-06-12 at 20:26, Mark Tombaugh wrote:
> On Thursday 12 June 2003 9:12 pm, Chateauneuf wrote:
> > I'm a bit confused. If you are trying to block ads and banners, you can
> > do that with a Bind null zone. This site updates their blacklist every
> > few days and it works great for me.
> > http://pgl.yoyo.org/adservers/
> > I use the Bind null zones export but you can also export into IPchains
> > commands. I'd be interested to know which is a better use of resources
> > in Linux.
> Thanks for the replies. These links are perfect for null routing, but I'm not
> trying to block ads, they are relatively harmless. My goal is to keep browser
> hijackers, data miners, etc off of workstations. Null routing them works fine
> on most networks, but small lans that use external dns servers means lots of
> hosts files, lots of updates etc. Im looking for the registered netblocks of
> spyware distros to block at the perimeter, as well as the ranges that
> distribute the adware itself.
> Recently, I've seen more Windows machines than not running adware, some
> causing 3 to 4 browser popups with every new window . It bothers me to sit
> down at a workstation with no open windows, run netstat, and see a couple
> connections to gator or xupiter or anything for that matter. Plus, its
> expensive for everyone to clean this crud so I would rather just keep it out.
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