Psbl.org, 15 Websites on this Server

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Website: psbl.org
Hostname: moria.surriel.com
Server Response: 92 ms
Country: United States
Latitude: 37.750999450684
Longitude: -97.821998596191
Area Code: 0
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Passive Spam Block List - PSBL

  • https://www.psbl.org/
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
  • www.psbl.org

Psbl Listing Info for 127.0.0.2

  • https://psbl.org/listing?ip=127.0.0.2
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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Remove an IP

  • https://psbl.org/remove
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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Latest Events

  • https://psbl.org/latest
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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About Psbl

  • https://psbl.org/about
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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News

  • https://psbl.org/news/
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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How to Use Psbl

  • https://psbl.org/howto/
  • PSBL is an easy-on, easy-off blacklist that does not rely on testing and should reduce false positives because any user can remove their ISP's mail server from the list. The idea is that 99% of the hosts that send me spam never send me legitimate email, but that people whose mail server was used by spammers should still be able to send me email.
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Passive Spam Block List

  • https://psbl.org/about/
  • The Passive Spam Block List, or PSBL, uses the Spamikaze software, which works in a really simple way. If one of my spamtraps receives email from a certain IP address, then that IP address gets listed.
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PSBL removal of

  • https://psbl.org/remove
  • This interface allows you to find out whether an IP address is/was listed in the PSBL and why. For every IP address that is/was listed, the site will show you the time(s) a spamtrap received email from said IP address, as well as the time(s) the IP address was removed from the list.
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Passive Spam Block List

  • https://psbl.org/howto/
  • If you want to use this list on your mail server, tell it to query the psbl.surriel.com zone, in exactly the same way you would query other DNSBL zones, like sbl.spamhaus.org or list.dsbl.org. Anybody is free to use PSBL. Exim: add the following to the acl_check_rcpt section:
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Passive Spam Block List

  • https://psbl.org/news/
  • News. 2011-08-19: PSBL has experienced a database outage, resulting in failed removal requests. All removal requests that came in via email during this period have been removed, people who emailed without specifying an IP address will have to use the web interface.
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Passive Spam Block List

  • https://psbl.org/faq/
  • Currently PSBL gets around half a million spamtrap emails per day and has 14GB of news spool to archive spams, which should be good for around one week. That is my IP address, but the headers are all strange. Was it forged? PSBL lists the IP address that connected to the PSBL mail server, which means that the spam really came from your IP address.
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Psbl.org

  • https://psbl.org/listing?ip=42.231.161.149
  • 2019-04-13 19:29:33.111088: received spamtrap mail: 2019-04-13 15:15:37.540961: received spamtrap mail: 2019-04-13 15:15:37.437046: received spamtrap mail: 2019-04-12 ...
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PSBL listing info for 42.231.161.131

  • https://psbl.org/listing?ip=42.231.161.131
  • This interface allows you to find out whether an IP address is/was listed in the PSBL and why. For every IP address that is/was listed, the site will show you the time(s) a spamtrap received email from said IP address, as well as the time(s) the IP address was removed from the list.
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PSBL listing info for

  • https://psbl.org/listing
  • This interface allows you to find out whether an IP address is/was listed in the PSBL and why. For every IP address that is/was listed, the site will show you the time(s) a spamtrap received email from said IP address, as well as the time(s) the IP address was removed from the list.
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