Milter-link checks Sendmail against SURBLs
May 1, 2006
milter-link for Sendmail "extracts URLs from the message body (text, HTML, and/or MIME encoded)" and checks them against SURBLs, or after domain resolution against RBLs. Written in C, milter-link does on-the-fly MIME decoding without using temporary files.
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SURBL Data Feeds offer higher performance for professional users through faster updates and resulting fresher data. Freshness matters since the threat behavior is often highly dynamic, so Data Feed users can expect higher detection rates and lower false negatives.
The main data set is available in different formats:
Rsync and DNS are typically used for mail filtering and RPZ for web filtering. High-volume systems and non-filter uses such as security research should use rsync.
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