Delisting from DNSBL1 september, 2016 09:02
As a reminder, our removal tools is up and running atÂ https://dnsbl.tornevall.org/removal/
.Â This method works much faster today, than sending requests to the support mail -Â and the SLA for manual removals has therefore been changed to a bit lower than before. The tools are there for you.
More information about DNSBL could also be found here.Comments
An old missing link in TorExits11 augusti, 2016 04:15
The "Tor Exit Node scanner" has been down for a while due to the long unconvenient upgrade made. It is however re-instated with a small bonus: From now on, the ExitNode-scanner will be self-sanitized and hosts discovered as exit nodes will automatically get removed as soon as the official ExitNode-list (https://check.torproject.org/exit-addresses
) is updated.Comments
Removal tool is back online7 augusti, 2016 20:50
Our removal tools that works agains DNSBL v5.0 is finally released. It's up and it has been tested both with ipv4 and ipv6-connections, so now we're ready to release it in public too.
And if you still need manual support, you may want to take a look at http://docs.tornevall.net/x/OIBu
DNSBL with FraudBL9 juli, 2016 03:47
dnsbl.tornevall.org v5.0.0 has just been released so we are now fully synched with FraudBL
. The docs regarding the API has been updated, which you can read here: http://docs.tornevall.net/x/EYBu
There is an ongoing project with TorneLIB which has a standalone project for handling our API. It's not ready for release, but you can review the upcoming script at the dev-site here
If you recently contacted us about removal and you seem to be relisted, the release of version 5 may be the cause, and the fact that some hosts has not been properly updated in both our databases.
DNSBL with FraudBL update3 juli, 2016 11:09
The project tracker has been rebuilt, so now there's an overview on what's going on with the project. You can see it here
or at the documentation site here