[Rspamd-Users] false positive hashes in Rspamd e-mail blacklist
sophie at klunky.co.uk
Tue May 21 18:53:21 UTC 2019
> On 21 May 2019, at 8:29 pm, Tim Harman via Users <users at lists.rspamd.com> wrote:
>> On 21/05/2019 10:45 pm, Sophie Loewenthal wrote:
>> # dig +noadditional +noquestion +nocomments +nocmd +nostats +short
>> pdj11uthygksitexhj564i1yyehsjbft.email.rspamd.com. @22.214.171.124
>> How come there is a lookup to rspamd? How does this rbl work ; Is
>> rspamd.com involved in spamtrapping/robles's services and how is the
>> data collected?
>> Are rspamd installations email being sent to rspamd in some format,
>> and if so how can this be disabled?
> rspamd has some checks, yes. See https://bl.rspamd.com
> rspamd takes a _hash_ of the email and checks that hash, using dns, against their rbl.
> rspamd also checks urls in the email and validates those against the rbl, again using DNS.
> So, 1 way hashes of emails are being sent for checking, and urls in emails are being sent for checking. The *contents* of your emails are not.
> Note this is how other SURBLs work too.
> If you want to disable them, look at the SURBL module and disable "RSPAMD_URIBL" same as you'd disable any other SURBL check.
> [I have nothing to do with the operation of these BLs, I'm just a user]
Thanks for the reply Tim and how to disable. It's similar to DCC, isn't this?
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