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There is a growing list of intelligent individuals that are looking to
stop RBLs. The EFF being one of them. It's more public education,
targetted as the admins and their managers more than anyone else.
A decent paper on the subject,
On Sun, Jun 05, 2005 at 06:32:43PM -0400, phobos@xxxxxxxxxx wrote 0.9K bytes in 27 lines about:
: I really don't think SORBS is used by any major companies as a reliable
: source of info. Osirusoft pretty much took care of that with their
: antics when they shut down their list. SORBS is generally used as a
: weighted check for spam.
: On Sun, Jun 05, 2005 at 02:15:35PM -0700, chris@xxxxxxx wrote 0.6K bytes in 17 lines about:
: : Geoffrey Goodell wrote:
: : >What makes Matthew Sullivan so important that he can tell you what you
: : >
: : >can and cannot do with your Tor nodes?
: : >
: : >
: : His subscriber list.
: : Do we have a way of finding out who actually uses SORBS (and/or other
: : blacklists)? It would be terribly ironic to discover that only a few
: : random small players use SORBS, and no big ISPs (for example).
: : It also matters *how* they use it. If they use it to have SpamAssassin
: : score 0.5 points counting your message as spam, that's less bad than if
: : they set their core routers to drop all traffic from you.