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Re: spam from chinanet

also sprach Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> [2004.09.15.1319 +0200]:
> I agree that we need a way to filter spam sent to @debian.org and
> @packages.debian.org addresses, but I do not believe that local
> lists are the solution, because they would quickly become out of
> date.


> (BTW, you only listed a small part of chinanet, and not all
> chinanet regions are black hat. SBL+XBL should cover all major
> sources.)

i only listed those that sent spam, iteratively decreasing the
netmask to fuse networks over a period of a couple of weeks.

also sprach Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder <avbidder@fortytwo.ch> [2004.09.15.1353 +0200]:
> You are aware that Chine isn't exactly your average capitalist
> country where you're free to pick any ISP you want?

Sure, but why should that allow them to host spammers? I realise
this argument is getting nowhere...

Have better suggestions? I am sick and tired because literally 99%
of the spam I see comes through master and gluck.

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