Is there a better way to block spamers IP's than this?
sean at monkeysnatchbanana.com
Tue Jun 17 02:00:54 MSD 2008
on the smtp level, i do just that.
block china and korea because 90% of the spam we were getting
and we dont do any business with them.
On Jun 16, 2008, at 1:55 PM, mike wrote:
> yeah you have to deal with:
> - tor nodes (which do have a lot of legit traffic too)
> - http proxies
> - zombie dsl/cable connections acting as proxies
> - entire countries like china which seem to have an extreme amount of
> On 6/16/08, Thomas <iamkenzo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Where do you get your spammer IPs from? Most of the time, the IP are
>> spoofed, so there is no point in banning them. You could block them
>> temporarly, but if someone spoofs his IP with the same IP as the one
>> used by universities for instance, then you would end up blocking
>> legit access to your website.
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