the time, it’s easy for me to see the un-bright future of everything.
In general, with perseverance, even things greater than cooking work themselves out.
IF a company wants to block these sites, they should use a proxy.
And if someone gets a UCE/UBE from them, we will list.
But that would be somrthing that woudl have to get looked up by a proxy server like Junkbuster.
Loren I certainly understand and agree with your point, and we are definitely catching sex sites that get mentioned in spams.
Right now I'm leaning against it, but mainly because the data source proposed may contain too many false positives for use as a SURBL. I assume that something went wrong when you verified the quality of the database.
We can't be blocking on aol.com, cnet.com, msn.com, etc.I did my part in trying to foster online communities in supporting were in the process of destroying USENET and significantly degrading the utility of E-mail.And I was working at Apple Computer to convince them that the Internet was going to be a really, really big deal.They are being included in current SURBLs *because they are spamming*.
A list of sex site domains is indeed a different category of thing, and strictly speaking is not part of the SURBL anti-spam focus. personal.telefonica.terra.es/web/sex terra.es/personal2/amateursexual etc. I think that the only database that can be used by SURBL is the domains database and that the url database is not suitable to be used by SURBL since URLs are difficult to translate to a DNS query string.
There are still a few bogus entries that would need to be cleaned up further.