[Dshield] Whom do you trust?
Coxe, John B.
JOHN.B.COXE at saic.com
Thu Mar 6 19:29:51 GMT 2003
Don't place 100% trust in spamcop. I have observed systems identified as
spammers incorrectly due to faulty header parsing. An example was a case
where someone behind a firewall reported spam which resulted in spamcop
listing their firewall as a spam relay. While I believe they are on the
right track and provide a useful service, it can always be improved.
From: Hanke Penning [mailto:hanke.penning at iap.de]
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 9:11 AM
To: General DShield Discussion List
Subject: Re: [Dshield] Whom do you trust?
Am 6 Mar 2003 schrieb Ed Truitt zum Thema Re: [Dshield] Whom do you
> PRESUME that the DNSBL will be used to BLOCK mail, but what if it is used
> IDENTIFY abusable systems...
spamcop.net rely on them. And spamcop.net has a valueable reputation.
Greets Hanke Penning
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