Posts Tagged ‘blacklist’

If you are committed to sharing some your free time in learning how to fight and report spam and/or other forms of cybercrime, check out the  Inboxrevenge forum. The forum was started in 2006, so it is nearly 6 years old already. Please note, you must be pre-approved by the Inboxrevenge moderators after attempting to […]


According to  Spamhaus Top 10 Network offenders on its Spamhaus Block List Advisory, an ISP called AS3352 TELEFONICA-DATA-ESPANA has the most SBLs on Spamhaus list as of January 17th, 2010. Based on Spamhaus‘ research, this ISP is considered the current “World’s Worst Network.”  At time of this post, there are 95 SBLs belonging to Telefonica.es. […]


This is the third attack on the InBoxRevenge antispam forums within one month. The first DDoS attack which was posted below was on October 28, 2009. Since about 10:45 Eastern Time on Monday, November 16th, 2009, IBR’s forums are once again offline. We will give you more details as they become available. It seems that […]


As of October 31st, 2009, the attackers were DDoSing InBoxRevenge website again. This is where the IBR anti-spam forum is hosted, though the content is definitely offline at this time. Early morning 11/1/09 it was reported by @themarkgiles Twitter user that IBR was under a flood attack from 750 bot IPs at a rate of […]


On September 6th, 2009, Spamhaus blocked a /16 which is 65,536 IPs (1 Class B) on its SBL. This listing is filed under SBL68517. The IP range that is being blocked is 132.240.0.0/16. One can view the ASN information of 132.240.0.0 at robtex. According to robtex, the upstream for this range is AS3257 which is […]


Update: SORBS was sold to a new owner at an unspecified price. Details at bottom of post: updated 1st August 2009. On Monday, 22 June, it was announced by Michelle Sullivan, owner of SORBS (IP: 203.15.51.39 at ASN2764 AAPT), on the SORBS homepage that she would shut the blacklisting services down by July 21st. Apparently […]


A problem of spammers exploiting Googlegroups continues. The spam reporters at Inboxrevenge started noticing this spamming attack in late January 2009 though reports of the abuse were even earlier in 2008. Now after some time later, the rampant abuse is ongoing. One can go to the URIBL and see the evidence as of 6/13/09. 93.11% […]


We use our Twitter account, InBoxRevenge, mainly to report information about spammers. These tweets may include rogue networks who allow spammers, to reporting Twitter spammers.  There are twitter users who simply report the spammers that create accounts on twitter and actively report them. We look forward to bringing you more information about successful shutdowns of […]