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  • SURBL Open Letter To Operators Of Redirection Sites updated with best practice recommendations

    October 24, 2011

    SURBL has updated its Open Letter To Operators Of Redirection Sites by adding some best practice recommendations:

    http://www.surbl.org/redirection-sites

    They include:

    • Check links against URI Blacklists,
    • Recheck periodically including, if possible, when redirecting,
    • Deny link creation from malicious IP addresses,
    • Check the resolved IP addresses of the original url,
    • Disallow redirection to other redirectors,
    • Register an abuse contact role account at abuse.net,
    • Return an http status code of 410 when an abused redirector is removed.

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