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Detecting Anonymously Registered Domains

markwalling Re:What's the point? (97 comments)

Yes, a human can look at the standard whois database. A mail server cannot easily do that. If you would RTFA, you would see that it is a DNS RBL that your mail server can query. Sure, you could write a script to do that, but if someone hits you with a spam run, you're going to get banned from the whois databases pretty damn fast.

more than 4 years ago
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Slackware 12.0 Released

markwalling Re:Slak Rules (286 comments)

fred's at Akademy, but i'll get on his case for you :P

about 7 years ago

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