On Mon, 22 Mar 1999, Joe Brennan wrote:
> The real source of mail is dialups (seen so far) owned by
> telmex.net.mx (March 12-19), data.net.mx (March 19), and
> internet.com.mx (March 19-20).
Does anyone know if this are listed on dul.maps.vix.com Realtime Blackhole
List. (This is the RBL system for dial-up addresses, see
http://maps.vix.com/ for more information.)
> attempts from them. I'm adopting a wait and see as to whether the
> person can just open another account. We're rejecting mail from
> their dialup IPs. Their dialup users shouldn't be connecting straight
> to us anyway.
> I didn't have time yet to draw up a report to data.net.mx but we are
> rejecting their dialups as well. We got and rejected an attempt from
> there over the weekend.
> I just saw internet.com.mx this morning. Their hostnames are not
> available through nslookup so I can't make a list of their dialups.
> Obviously 207.249.191. looks like something to start with.
This doesn't appear to be on the DUL list. Someone who actually has logs
of these incoming should send off a report to the DUL list maintainers.
Everyone else should start using DUL blocking at least.
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