ahebert at pubnix.net
Wed Apr 4 16:27:10 CDT 2012
We had an issue with one of our old subnets which was used as a
pool for dynamic dial-up in the past, which we now use for virtual hosting.
It took a few me a few hours but I was able to get it removed from
the DUHL list.
( And a few walk around the block to calm me down after dealing
with their robot =D ).
As for being removed from their SPAM RBL that might be another story..
Actually knowing Chris, and his outfit, that 18k request seems
As for SORBS, they have a ticket system at
http://support.sorbs.net/ which use the same username/password as
https://www.us.sorbs.net. You can follow up there with your ticket #,
if their robot is being a bit too fascist.
( ecarbonel was the guy that help us in our case )
PS: The ticketing system is not that fast, so be patient.
Alain Hebert ahebert at pubnix.net
50 boul. St-Charles
P.O. Box 26770 Beaconsfield, Quebec H9W 6G7
Tel: 514-990-5911 http://www.pubnix.net Fax: 514-990-9443
On 04/04/12 16:55, Landon Stewart wrote:
> On 4 April 2012 12:53, Chris Conn<cconn at b2b2c.ca> wrote:
>> Is anyone from SORBS still listening? We have a few IP addresses here
>> and there that are listed, one in particular that has been for a spam
>> incident from over a year ago. The "last spam" date is 03/05/2011
>> according to their lookup tools.
>> We don't have access to their Net Manager even if our ARIN POC corresponds
>> to the account on their system we opened a while ago. We use their ISP
>> feedback form and never get any responses back.
>> Is SORBS still relevant and functional?
> I've been trying to login to their 'support' interface for a while now.
> Emails from them for creating a new account or trying to recover a
> password for an existing account don't actually come to me. I actually
> wrote Girish from the company that purchased SORBS (Proofpoint) about it
> (also CC'd here) and I have had no reply whatsoever either.
> I think we should all just NULL ROUTE all of their IP space on our borders
> to get their attention.
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