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Website: spamikaze.org
Hostname: moria.surriel.com
Server Response: 25 ms
Country: United States
Latitude: 37.750999450684
Longitude: -97.821998596191
Area Code: 0
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FrontPage - Spamikaze Wiki

  • https://spamikaze.org/
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Falsepositives

  • https://spamikaze.org/falsepositives
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Editorsgroup

  • https://spamikaze.org/EditorsGroup
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Spamikazeinstallation

  • http://spamikaze.org/SpamikazeInstallation
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Recentchanges

  • http://spamikaze.org/RecentChanges
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Databasedesign

  • https://spamikaze.org/databasedesign
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

Mailinglist

  • https://spamikaze.org/MailingList
  • Spamikaze is a collection of programs to easily build a DNSBL, also known as a spam block list. Benefits. Unlike some other spam block systems, Spamikaze does no tests for open proxy or open relay vulnerabilities. Spamikaze is passive and completely driven …
  • spamikaze.org

RecentChanges - Spamikaze Wiki

  • http://spamikaze.org/RecentChanges
  • marks older pages that have at least one backup version stored (click for an author diff) marks pages edited since you set your bookmark (click for a bookmark diff)
  • spamikaze.org

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

FindPage - Spamikaze Wiki

  • https://spamikaze.org/FindPage
  • If you like to browse manually, good starting points to explore a wiki are: RecentChanges: see where people are currently working . TitleIndex: a list of all pages in the wiki . WordIndex: a list of all words that are part of page title (thus, a list of the concepts in a wiki) . WantedPages: a list of linked, but not existing pages . OrphanedPages: a list of existing, but not linked pages
  • spamikaze.org

SpamikazeInstallation - Spamikaze Wiki

  • http://www.spamikaze.org/SpamikazeInstallation
  • The Spamikaze scripts should be installed on disk somewhere; in this manual we'll assume the scripts are installed in /opt/spamikaze/scripts, but it really doesn't matter where they are. The Perl module (Spamikaze.pm) should either be installed in the same directory as the scripts, or somewhere else in Perl's search path. Perl modules
  • www.spamikaze.org

WhiteLists - Spamikaze Wiki

  • http://spamikaze.org/WhiteLists
  • There are several whitelists available that can allow a Spamikaze setup to avoid listing known legitimate mail servers. This will remain useful even after the ideas from the FalsePositives page have been implemented. For instructions on how to use the whitelists, please see: SpamikazeConfiguration. If you know of any additional whitelists, please add them to this page.
  • spamikaze.org

Imladris.surriel.com - dsbl.org

  • https://dsbl.org/
  • imladris.surriel.com This is the home machine of Rik van Riel. Rik's home page; Rik's blog; Photo album; PSBL; Linux-MM; Spamikaze; Kernelnewbies Wiki; Linux virtualization
  • dsbl.org

HelpContents - Spamikaze Wiki

  • https://spamikaze.org/HelpContents
  • Help Contents. Welcome to MoinMoin.You will find here the help pages for the wiki system itself. If you would like a quick overview of MoinMoin's syntax, have a look at HelpOnMoinWikiSyntax.If you are looking for something for a presentation, look at WikiCourse.. HelpForUsers - is help for users who are new to a MoinMoin wiki.. HelpOnAdministration - how to configure and maintain a MoinMoin wiki
  • spamikaze.org

Spamikaze Info Page - Kernel Newbies

  • https://lists.kernelnewbies.org/mailman/listinfo/spamikaze
  • Using Spamikaze: To post a message to all the list members, send email to [email protected] You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, in the sections below. Subscribing to Spamikaze: Subscribe to Spamikaze by filling out the following form.
  • lists.kernelnewbies.org

PSBL removal of

  • http://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.
  • psbl.org

How to use dnswl.org in your spam filter

  • https://www.dnswl.org/?page_id=15
  • Spamikaze is an automated spam block system that can also consider whitelists to minimize the risk of false positives. The Spamikaze website shows how to configure the system in general. In order to use dnswl.org data with Spamikaze, change your spamikaze/config file:
  • www.dnswl.org

WikiWall - Free wiki hosting service

  • https://wikiwall.org/
  • Free wiki hosting service. WikiWall.org is a free wiki hosting service, run by Linux kernel and Spamikaze developer Rik van Riel.. You are welcome to run any kind of wiki here, including wikis on: Your community ; Any interest group or ; Personal wikis
  • wikiwall.org

Spamtips.org - Spamassassin Tips

  • http://spamtips.org/
  • May 24, 2012 · Passive Spam Block List () is a real-time trap-based DNSBL operated by Red Hat kernel engineer Rik van Riel. It uses the Open Source Spamikaze in order to build and deploy an IP-based blacklist of spam sending offenders. RCVD_IN_PSBL has been default in Spamassassin as of version 3.3.0 released in early 2010.
  • spamtips.org

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