while i'm on the subject of filtering, here's today's list of spammers

From: Paul A Vixie (no email)
Date: Tue Feb 18 1997 - 15:05:40 EST


if you're listed and think you shouldn't be, give me a call (you can't send
me mail). and yes, these same thieves are also prevented from reaching the
F.ROOT-SERVERS.NET host, but lack of reachability to one NS doesn't break
their service.

why in the world are we discussing this on NANOG?

        # general spam
        204.141.123 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # Cybernex
        208.1.117 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # Intgrtd Med. Promtns
        208.8.32 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # Idea Concepts
        207.76.82 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # hardchannel
        206.222.107.192 masklen 29 interface lo0 reject; # telysis
        207.86.199 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # onlinebiz / covesoft
        207.217.56.116 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # mailloop.com
        38.220.191 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # quantumcom
        205.136.220.60 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # shadowgrp (IDCI)
        204.183.199.231 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # xshadowx (uServe?)
        # softcell spam
        199.250.187.72 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # www CNAME/A
        # cyberpromo spam
        207.120.161.73 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # www.cpmall.com
        207.124.161 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # NS8, NS9 (IDCI)
        205.199.212 masklen 24 interface lo0 reject; # NS5 (AGIS)
        208.5.0.0 masklen 20 interface lo0 reject; # NS10 (Crawford)
        206.27.86.210 masklen 32 interface lo0 reject; # NS7 (ACUN)
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