Can someone from SORBS contact me offlist?

Ronald Cotoni setient at gmail.com
Sat Jul 11 13:57:53 CDT 2009


Sadly, this is for remote hosts.  I have no idea why someone would use such
services as there are too many false positives.  It is like using an IDS
that is 2 weeks behind on it's definition.  That brings up the point of
false positives and outdated information blocking legitimate users, perhaps
many which is what my company is experiencing since they deem certain
reverse dns entries too "generic" and blacklisted a /18.  I believe that is
why no one knows if they will be bought or whatnot.  Who knows.

On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 1:50 PM, John Souvestre <johns at sstar.com> wrote:

> Hi Brielle.
>
> Do they take two weeks to put a spammer on the list?
>
> Regards,
>
> John
>
>    John Souvestre - New Orleans LA
>
>  > -----Original Message-----
>  > From: Brielle Bruns [mailto:bruns at 2mbit.com]
>  > Sent: Saturday, July 11, 2009 12:12 PM
>  > To: nanog at nanog.org
>  > Subject: Re: Can someone from SORBS contact me offlist?
>  >
>  > On 7/11/09 11:05 AM, Ronald Cotoni wrote:
>  > > Yes, they are really bad.  It is actually quite silly that a
> blacklisting
>  > > service is that slow on responding to problems.
>  >
>  > I find it unacceptable that people demand instant service from a company
>  > they don't have prior business arrangements/relationship with.  Average
>  > turn around time for the AHBL is around two weeks if we don't have an
>  > established contact and procedure with.
>  >
>  > How would you like it if a non-customer came to you demanding resolution
>  > to a problem with a free service you provide?  Would you drop
>  > everything, and give that non-customer the same service you give a
>  > paying customer?
>  >
>  >
>  > --
>  > Brielle Bruns
>  > The Summit Open Source Development Group
>  > http://www.sosdg.org    /     http://www.ahbl.org
>
>
>



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