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  1. Spam Rats! - RATS-NoPtr!

    spamrats.com/rats-noptr.php

    RATS-NoPtr is a collection of IP Addresses that have been found sending an abusive amount of connections, or trying too many invalid users at ISP and Telco's mail servers, and are also known to have no reverse DNS, a technique often used by bots and spammers. Email servers should always have reverse DNS entries.

  2. RATS-NoPtr - An IP Address which has no reverse DNS, and probably the home of a SpamBot » Find Out More RATS-Spam - An IP Address that has been shown to be abusive (Use at your own risk) » Find Out More

  3. RATS-NoPtr - spam Blacklist Lookup| monapi.io

    www.monapi.io/blacklist/rats-noptr

    RATS-NoPtr is a collection of IP Addresses that have been found sending an abusive amount of connections, or trying too many invalid users at ISP and Telco's mail servers, and are also known to have no reverse DNS, a technique often used by bots and spammers. Email servers should always have reverse DNS entries.

  4. Spam Rats! - SpamRATS Removal!

    www.spamrats.com/removal.php

    If you are on RATS-NoPtr, you have NO reverse DNS. Again, you have not conforming to the 'Best Practices'. You will have to get your reverse DNS working before you can be removed from the list. You should be doing this anyways.

  5. RATS NoPtr - BLACKLIST

    mxtoolbox.com/problem/blacklist/rats-noptr

    RATS-NoPtr - An IP Address which has no reverse DNS, and probably the home of a SpamBot -- If you are listed in the Spamrats / RATS-NoPtr blacklist and you operate your own mail-server, you have no "Reverse-DNS Entry" in place with your ISP to resolve that IP Address to your server's host-name.

  6. Spam Rats! - RATS-Spam!

    www.spamrats.com/rats-spam.php

    Not another infected PC or BotNet sending me spam... Well, maybe if you blocked the RATS at the SMTP level of your server, this would not be a problem. We have several lists of IP Addresses that have all the indicators of being RATS, and you can use them just like any of your favourite RBLs.

  7. Rat noir — Wikipédia

    fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rat_noir

    Aspects généraux des rats noir et brun et comparaison entre Rattus rattus et Rattus norvegicus. Malgré son nom, sa couleur peut varier. Son pelage est noir à noisette avec le dessous du corps plus clair. Il atteint généralement une longueur de 15 à 20 cm, à laquelle s'ajoute une longue queue de 20 cm toujours plus longue que le corps.

  8. Le Rat Noir ou Rat des greniers ou Rattus Rattus Le Rat brun ou Surmulot ou Rattus Norvegicus Les deux sont plus grands que les souris, mais dépassent rarement 500g. Le rat noir est légèrement plus petit que le rat brun, et moins répandue.

  9. Spam Rats! - RATS-Dyna

    www.spamrats.com/rats-dyna.php

    RATS-Dyna is a collection of IP Addresses that have been found sending an abusive amount of connections, or trying too many invalid users at ISP and Telco's mail servers, and are also known to conform to a naming convention that is indicative of a home connection or dynamic address space.

  10. Le rat d'égout, rat des champs ou surmulot, un rongeur peu ...

    jardinage.lemonde.fr/dossier-1343-rat.html

    Les rats sont également vecteurs de propagation de maladies telles que la leptospirose, la salmonellose, la rage ou la peste, notamment. Ces nuisances, bien réelles, sont à mettre en balance avec le fait que les rats permettent de traiter les déchets domestiques en en ingérant une partie, ce qui éviterait que des canalisations soient bouchées dans les égouts.

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