Blacklist on email to
Chris Mason (Lists)
lists at masonc.com
Mon Mar 27 13:32:29 IST 2006
Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> You asked for blocking senders. That is just what access.db is for. Of
> course, you can move that to the firewall, so the SMTP has less to do, but
> you didn't say you want to block before SMTP.
You are still missing the point. I was looking for an _automated_ way to
block dictionary spam attacks.
And I found a way.
About 90% of the mail delivery attempts to my server are dictionary,
stopping the spam hosts is very effective.
I found a script that does it very well.
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Yahoo IM: netconcepts_anguilla at yahoo.com
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