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DNS-based blackhole list (DNSBL)

DNS-based Blackhole List (DNSBL) is a blacklist that can be queried in real time and on which emails are registered that have been identified as spam. The DNSBL lists also include the Realtime Black

hole List (RBL). As the name DNSBL indicates, these blacklists list servers whose domain names are used to send malware, mainly spam, viruses or Trojans. The recording of the malware and the listing are carried out almost in real time. The DNSBL lists can be used by mail servers to control incoming e-mails and block e-mails as soon as they detect a critical domain name.

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Englisch: DNS-based blackhole list - DNSBL
Updated at: 28.02.2013
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