Server Administration & Management

Rating of 127.0.0.X

Returned code –> Category –> Details –>  Whilelist –> Trusted nonspam, –>  Blacklist –> Block spam, accept as Open Relay, Hijacked PCs, Spam Source –>  Yellowlist ->mix of spam & nonspam, do not blacklist or whitelist, Dynamic/ADSL/Cable Networks –> Brownlist –> All spam, but not yet enough to blacklist, Domain Names, PTR of Dynamic Networks –> Bulk ——–> NOBL listed, not a spam source, do not blacklist, maybe whitelist ———-> Known relay server and dial-up user account ———-> HTTP gateways – Insecure http servers deploying form to email gateways and cgi scripts. ———-> Open proxy servers – Any server that acts as a proxy for spam, ———> Black, grey, red (for testpoints) ——-> your DNS is blocked from querying URIBL


Return Code     Description —-> Spamhaus IP Blocklists —-> Spamhaus Domain Blocklists —-> Spamhaus Whitelists


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