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Re: RBL-type BGP service for known rogue networks?
On Sat, Jul 08, 2000 at 11:02:30AM -0700, email@example.com wrote: > > ORBS forge headers (thereby violating the RFC) to look as if they're coming > from domains you host, then if it goes through, they put you in their little > black book for being an 'open relay'. No notice, nothing. They do send notices. Go to www.orbs.org for details. [snip rant about unfairness] > [snip rant about ORBS not being reasonable] > > Where's the equity in that, I ask you? Do you run open relays? If yes, and ORBS lists you, they are correct in what they're doing. Of no, ORBS should not be listing you. If you can say 'no' to 'Do you have open relays?' and 'yes' to 'Does ORBS list you as having open relays?', then something is wrong. I doubt there is. Greetz, Peter. -- firstname.lastname@example.org - Peter van Dijk [student:developer:ircoper]