Does by chance someone have an AS5xxx laying around? Spare? Unused?
Willing get rid of it?
Please get in touch with me offline.
Phone: +41 44 562 30 40
Fax: +41 44 562 30 41
Imagination is the one weapon in the war
-- Jules de Gaultier
KSK CEREMONY 4
The fourth KSK ceremony for the root zone took place in El Segundo,
CA, USA on Monday 2011-02-07. The Ceremony Administrator was Mehmet
Akcin. The ceremony was completed successfully.
Video from Ceremony 4 was recorded for audit purposes. Video and
associated audit materials will be published in 1 to 2 weeks, and
will be available as usual by following the "KSK Ceremony Materials"
link at <https://www.iana.org/dnssec/>.
Ceremony 4 included processing of a Key Signing Request (KSR)
generated by VeriSign, and the resulting Signed Key Response (SKR)
contained signatures for Q2 2011, for use in the root zone between
2011-04-01 and 2011-07-05.
We'd like to hear from you. If you have feedback for us, please
send it to rootsign(a)icann.org.
On 2011-02-08 12:00, Benoit Panizzon wrote:
> [18.104.22.168 listed in dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net]
> [Blocked - see <http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?22.214.171.124>]
> [126.96.36.199 listed in cbl.abuseat.org]
> I suppose I'm not the only one constantly getting customers complaints about
> email from mobile devices getting flagged as spam because the swisscom gprs
> ip addresses can be constantly found in various blacklists.
Should not matter, as long as you use port 587 with SMTP-AUTH and TLS.
For that matter, one should never do a direct SMTP conversation from a
client. Of course you should not do an RBL check on port 587 on the
server side... the authentication should take care of that.
(And if your silly iDevice does not support SMTP-AUTH, well ask the
iCompany that you paid all that money to for iSupport, they'll probably
answer that you should download more iGames from the iStore though)
Now the fun detail of course is why their Port 25 inspection does happen
on DSL (even though they have never officially told this to any customer
by sending them an email or a letter that they changed this and are thus
snooping people's email).
And the next fun detail is why they don't catch the customers who are
sending over Port 25 from registered GPRS accounts.
[188.8.131.52 listed in dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net]
[Blocked - see <http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?184.108.40.206>]
[220.127.116.11 listed in cbl.abuseat.org]
I suppose I'm not the only one constantly getting customers complaints about
email from mobile devices getting flagged as spam because the swisscom gprs
ip addresses can be constantly found in various blacklists.
According to my last contact with the swisscom abuse desk about that issue is
that they need to know time, ip and port number from which the email arrived.
So I want to share my 'sendmail' config to enable getting the port added in
the email headers:
define(`confRECEIVED_HEADER',`$?sfrom $s $.$?_($?s$|from $.$_ Port:
$.by $j ($v/$Z)$?r with $r$. id $i$?u
for $u; $|;
will get you a Received: header which when submitted via spamassassin or
similar, makes it possible for swisscom to find their infected customers.
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> KSK CEREMONY 4
> The fourth KSK ceremony for the root zone will take place in El
> Segundo, CA, USA on Monday 2011-02-07. The ceremony is scheduled
> to begin at 1300 local time (1700 UTC) and is expected to end by
> 1900 local time (2300 UTC).
Apologies for the time zone miscalculation.
El Segundo is in the Pacific time zone, UTC-8.
The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 1300 local time (2100 UTC)
and is expected to end by 1900 local time (2011-02-08 0300 UTC).