Attention Julian Stacey
kris at obsecurity.org
Sat Sep 16 14:42:51 PDT 2006
On Sat, Sep 16, 2006 at 11:35:46PM +0200, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
> "Julian H. Stacey" wrote:
> > Kris Kennaway wrote:
> > > You are refusing personal email. This is a bit antisocial since it
> > > leaves me no way to reply privately to your email.
> > Hi Kris,
> > Huh ? Some mistake. No intent to block, except the usual list of
> > spam domains & phrases get filtered. Maybe something got wrongly
> > listed there though. But I have had problems a while back, & been
> > reconfiging lots of things, inc named etc last few days. Wasn't
> > aware anyone inconvenienced, sorry if so. Please private mail max
> > info on nature of the block you see & I'll try to solve it. I'll
> > private mail you (don't want 'em in list archive :-)
> > some addresses you can use to send the debug of the blockage you
> > see & I'm unaware of.
> > Cheers.
> That mail routed through mu.org which is listed as a spam domain here,
> so my SMTP issued "Access denied http://berklix.com/~jhs/phone/"
> (To rescue the occasional non spammer that might inadvertently get caught).
> I dont keep records of each spam that causes each domain to be
> added to the spam list. Looking at mu.org To see what it is:
> http://www.mu.org/ features a female nude. Tableware, Hosting
> for christians & hodge podge of strange domain names - I
> wouldn't be suprised if spammers had lurked @ mu.org. Not
> a tight unified ship. nslookup doesn't show an MX for
> obsecurity.org @ mu.org, but mu.org was an uplink on Dyn-DNS
> from kris at obsecurity. Whois lists Paul Saab, not a name I know.
> I don't use external RBL services, so don't know if public RBLs block mu.org ?
lol, that's the stupidest thing I've heard all week.
finger ps at FreeBSD.org
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