drew.weaver at thenap.com
Thu Apr 5 10:56:27 CDT 2012
Now, if we could only teach Senderbase that if their customers receive 'questionable' smtp traffic from 1 IP address in a /24 it doesn't mean that all IP addresses in that /24 are malicious we'd really be living it up in 2012.
From: Sam Oduor [mailto:sam.oduor at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 7:56 AM
To: Chris Conn
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: SORBS?!
Some of the IP's I manage got blacklisted and its true they were spamming and Sorbs had a very valid reason for blacklisting them.
I got this response response from sorbs after resolving the problem amicably. Sorbs responded well on time.
*Your request appear to have been resolved. If you have any further questions or concerns, please respond to this message.
If your IP address has been delisted (marked as 'Inactive'), it will take up to 2 hours to get from the database to all the SORBS DNS servers. Changes to the database are exported to the DNS zone files periodically, not immediately after every change. Furthermore, after the updated database contents have been exported to the DNS zone files, it will then take up to 48 hours for the outdated DNS information to be removed from DNS caches around the world - none of these are in SORBS' control.
Please do not reply to this call with problems not related to this ticket or your request will be ignored.
*On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 10:53 PM, 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?* *
> Chris Conn
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