ISIPP also offers receivers the option of receiving one "aggregated data point response" rather than the individual data point returns described here. This is particiularly useful to large ISPs looking to make email delivery handling decisions. For more information about the aggregate return, see the section below on "IADB2".
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The IADB2 is available at iadb2.isipp.com. IDDB The IDDB is a companion database to IADB, which allows queriers to do a query by domain name; if the domain name is listed, it will return a list of IP addresses from which the domain is properly allowed to mail, along with the listee’s IADB registration number for cross reference.
Detailed informations (nameservers, last found entries ...) of the RBL 'ISIPP Accreditation Database (IADB2)'.
13/09/2014 · Survey results for all known public domain-name-based DNS blacklists. Lookups were done on the domain names of connecting IP addresses. The "union of most domain zones" line includes data from the hostkarma.junkemailfilter.com zone only when the results are 127.0.0.2, 127.0.0.3, or 127.0.0.4 because other results are not blacklists.
DNS & RHS Blackhole Lists. DNS Blackhole Lists or DNSBLs are a way to filter spam by using Domain Name Service (DNS) records as a database of policies relating to either an IP address or domain name, which can be used to decide whether or not to accept (or label) email.
ISIPP Accreditation Database (IADB2) ISIPP Accreditation Database (IDDB) ISIPP Accreditation Database (WADB) ISPA (Internet Service Provider Austria) Whitelist. JIPPG's RBL Project (mail-abuse Listings) JustSpam.org. Kempt.net DNS Black List. KISA-RBL. KO ...
So you want to regularly check your IP(s) if they got listed on one of the many (800+ to be exact) public blacklists (also known as DNSBL or RBL)? Bellow, you can find a bash script that will make your life much easier. You can also make a cronjob that sends you an email with […]
I motivi per cui questo può accadere sono i più diversi, ma tra quelli di attualità, almeno nel mio caso, ci sono delle e-mail a cui vengono rubate le credenziali di accesso e quindi queste vengono usate non tanto per leggere la relativa casella, ma quanto per spedire attraverso un mailserver dotato di una buona fama.
origin.asn.cymru.com 127.0.0.2"14061 | 18.104.22.168/20 | US | arin | 2016-01-26"