[Dshield] Serious spammers

Mike Easter mike.easter at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 16:28:00 GMT 2007


Tony Earnshaw wrote:

> With the last spam received, I see (by means of my favorite whois
> lookup, whois.lacnic.net) that AccelerateBiz now rules over
> 64.187.96.0/19 as well as 204.14.% and 204.10.% subnets.

Spam issues are not really proper fodder for the dshield list.

OrgName:    AccelerateBiz Inc.
OrgID:      ACCEL-8

NetRange:   204.10.104.0 - 204.10.111.255
CIDR:       204.10.104.0/21

NetRange:   63.209.153.0 - 63.209.153.255
CIDR:       63.209.153.0/24

NetRange:   63.209.153.0 - 63.209.153.255
CIDR:       63.209.153.0/24

NetRange:   204.14.104.0 - 204.14.111.255
CIDR:       204.14.104.0/21

NetRange:   64.187.96.0 - 64.187.127.255
CIDR:       64.187.96.0/19

> Strangely enough, Steve Linford's Spamhaus outfit doesn't react to
> AccelerateBiz addresses at all.

Spamhaus SBL listed ISPs
United States ISP
abs.net
accessus.net

No acceleratebiz.com

SBL listings are made according to policies outlined in Rationale &
Listing Criteria.
http://www.spamhaus.org/sbl/policy.html
The SBL database will normally include IPs identified to Spamhaus's best
ability as direct spam sources, spammer hosting/DNS, spam gangs and spam
support services.

Is there a way to report spam to Spamhaus?
 No. Spamhaus DNSBLs are not based on spam reported to us (we have our
own systems for detecting and identifying spam, proxies, etc.).


-- 
Mike Easter




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