[Rspamd-Users] Announce: updated usage policies
vsevolod at rspamd.com
Fri Mar 27 12:54:03 UTC 2020
On 26/03/2020 17:20, Kim Sindalsen via Users wrote:
> Could the/some of the traffic be distributed? not that I'm on a
> 1000Mbit/1000Mbit fiber, but I wouldn't mind donating some bandwidth for
> queries or other stuff.
> ie. something like pool.ntp.org?
> Kim Sindalsen
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Users <users-bounces at lists.rspamd.com> On Behalf Of Vsevolod Stakhov
> Sent: 26. marts 2020 11:52
> To: users at lists.rspamd.com
> Subject: Re: [Rspamd-Users] Announce: updated usage policies
> On 26/03/2020 10:26, Ralf Hildebrandt wrote:
>> * Vsevolod Stakhov <vsevolod at rspamd.com>:
>> I read this and found "Your query volume is less than 500,000 queries
>> per day" -- how can I find out?
>> I mean, I have an estimate of mails per day, but not every mail causes
>> a query?
> Every email can cause multiple queries. Up to number of mime parts, so
> typically 2-3 requests. To be honest, a number of 500k per day is not really
> that stressing to my servers. For example, here are top abusers for the past
> hour (it means number of queries per HOUR, not per day):
> 100282 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 100462 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 103506 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 104731 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 105071 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 108695 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 110228 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 114882 -> ec2-xxx.amazonaws.com.
> 116070 -> cl1.cz.
> 116492 -> cl1.ru.
> 131540 -> cl1.org.
> 170795 -> cl1.com.
> 208224 -> cl1.net.
> 237264 -> cl1.com.
> 240696 -> cl1.com.
> 241190 -> cl1.com.
> 243925 -> cl1.com.
> 246105 -> cl1.com.
> 275484 -> cl2.com.
> 338169 -> cl2.ru.
> 341229 -> cl3.ru.
> 613716 -> cl2.ru.
> 798579 -> cl2.net
> 2097275 -> cl1.no.
> So the top abuser sends 2M of queries per hour. In total, my fuzzy processes
> 12M of queries per hour (around 3-4k requests per second).
> Unfortunately it gets only worse with time... Apparently, those who sends 2M
> of requests per hour prevents other fair users to get their services
Thank you for your offer but it won't work.
Maps are distributed over HTTPS and are unsigned, so it is not possible
to build a distributed and secure system with untrusted peers. The same
is true for fuzzy hashes.
Furthermore, I prefer to have all my infrastructure under my control as
after all on any failure Rspamd users would come to me.
PS: please refrain from top-quoting in the list. Thank you.
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