[Rspamd-Users] Invitation to test our latest beta domain blocklist
vsevolod at rspamd.com
Wed Nov 17 19:33:58 UTC 2021
I have added support for the full hostnames to the RBL module. However,
the transition plan is a bit unclear to me.
If I switch the default configuration to use `dbl-beta` prefix and full
hostnames being enabled, it will work but then it will be broken
**after** Jan 31st. If I switch on the full hostnames support but with
the production `dbl` prefix it will be broken **until** Jan 31st.
Similarly, if I change nothing, DBL will be broken **after** Jan 31st.
Apparently, I cannot schedule my Rspamd releases according to your
release cycles. So without a window when both `dbl-beta` and `dbl` would
work together with full hostnames there is still a possibility of
malfunction for the DBL list.
On 17/11/2021 14:00, Riccardo Alfieri wrote:
> We’d like to invite the Rspamd community to test our beta domain
> blocklists with hostnames.
> We’ve developed this version of the DBL to provide increased accuracy
> when using the abused-legit component of the DBL (listings of
> compromised websites).
> The beta blocklist is available via our public mirrors
> “dbl-beta.spamhaus.org”. It will be available until Jan 31st, 2022.
> After this time, it will be moved to production and will only be
> available via our Data Query Service or rsync.
> If you are a non-commercial user of the Spamhaus Project’s blocklists
> (via its Public Mirrors), we recommend moving to a free DQS account with
> access to additional blocklists.
> For the Rspamd community using our specially developed plug-in, we’ve
> put together some configuration updates to use with this beta version;
> After making a few amends and additions to the code, you will be able to
> use the beta zone immediately.
> We’d love to get your feedback on the beta DBL with hostnames. You can
> reach us either in this forum, via our contact form
> https://www.spamhaus.com/#contact-form, or on Twitter
> Thanks for your support!
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