This is a discussion on Re: OT: Motivating good behavior from negligent ISP's - SpamAssassin ; On Jul 11, 2007, at 4:17 PM, Philip Prindeville wrote: > > What are the websites to get them RBL blacklisted? > > How does one nominate them to a place of infamy? > I am tempted to bring up ...
On Jul 11, 2007, at 4:17 PM, Philip Prindeville wrote:
> What are the websites to get them RBL blacklisted?
> How does one nominate them to a place of infamy?
I am tempted to bring up a very simple service backed by Amazon AWS,
maybe using SQS or S3, to accept blacklist submissions from
I could put together a plugin that does this pretty quickly.
It shouldn't be just blacklists, though. I would generalize the
plugin to take whitelist suggestions as well.
If we integrated this with automatic whitelisting, would produce a
very nice sender address whitelist corpus that I could turn around
and serve back to the community, for use with SPF+DKIM.
What do people think? Would that be useful?
You would be able to:
- submit IP addresses for blacklisting
- submit IP addresses for whitelisting
- submit email addresses / domains for blacklisting
- submit email addresses / domains for whitelisting
How to defeat gaming?
Razor and Pyzor solve gaming well enough.
Each submission would be tracked; we would apply a reputation system
to the submissions; and we would turn around the aggregated inputs as
a whitelist and blacklist for SA community to then use. Other DNSBLs
would, of course, be welcome to take a feed from this aggregation.