Blacklist is a list of known Internet addresses
(IP's) used by Spammers. Most of the Internet
Service Providers (ISPs) and Bandwidth providers
subscribe to these Blacklist databases in order
to filter out Spam sent across their network or
to their subscribers.
Internet organizations are specialized in this
field. They keep record of IPs used by Spammers.
DNSBL (Domain Name Server Blacklist):
DNSBL also known as Real-Time Black hole List
(RBL) is maintained in the form of IP zone data
on a particular DNS server or hierarchy of servers.
This data can be supplied through complaints,
through automated testing, through statistics,
through information derived from WHOIS information,
etc. In some cases, the zone data is compiled
from all of the above.
A list of known e-mail
servers and addresses used by Spammers is known
as E-mail Blacklist. If your IP address is on
any blacklist, the email servers will block your
A list of known e-mail servers or open relays
used by Spammers to deliver unwanted e-mails is
known as Spam Blacklist. By placing these lists
in their mail transport agent's rules system,
system administrators can block Spam transmitted
from these sources.
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