Re: Are They Investigating You?
Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
> > I know of:
> > a) RBL - Realtime BlackList - rbl.maps.vix.com
> > b) Teergrube - ftp://ftp.infodrom.north.de/pub/unix/network/mail/teergrube/
> > c) Yelll - ftp://ftp.infodrom.north.de/pub/unix/network/mail/yelll
> > d) planix' hosts.deny - somewhere at planix.com
> > e) Igor's Debian blacklist /etc/tcpserver/badmail or converted to teergrube
> > ftp://ftp.infodrom.north.de/pub/unix/network/mail/teergrube/teergrube.delay.debian
> > f) Some procmail rules - check the procmail-list archive at
> > ftp://ftp.infodrom.north.de/pub/usenet/mailing-lists/procmail*
> Anyone of these exists as a Debian package? Which would you recomend?
I thought about packaging the teergrube but it has an unresolved
license. GPL plus fees for use in commercial environment. As long
as the author keeps this I can't package this. Apart from that the
version I use has a) a major memory leak and b) can get crazy if
connections are dropped.
> > Except for f they are all IP based.
> Which means?
That you have to install it on the first mailserver the mail is
received and not on a server behind another line.
The only stupid question is the unasked one.