chris at nobletech.net
Wed Feb 16 15:16:53 GMT 2011
Thanks for all the information guys! If anyone has any idea of how the
blacklist gets compiled that would be wonderful. In the mean time I have
been trying to tackle the problem at the source by lobbing to have my
hosting provider change their policies (so Phishing is not as easy) and
using blacklist checkers such as debouncer.com.
Debouncer checks 195 sources. If anyone has another free blacklist checker
that checks more I would be all ears :)
Again I appreciate you help much!
On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 10:09 AM, John Wilcock <john at tradoc.fr> wrote:
> Le 16/02/2011 15:53, Alex Neuman a écrit :
>> > MailScanner has detected definite fraud in the website at "
>> > Do not trust this website:www.kampier.com
>> That's not a blacklist. That means your HTML is flawed. MailScanner
>> uses the blacklists*you* choose to use.
> The *definite fraud* message is from the
> /etc/MailScanner/phishing.bad.sites.conf blacklist that is downloaded at
> regular intervals.
> I'm not sure whether Julian has ever publicly said where the data for this
> comes from nor how to get delisted.
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