The following blacklists have been determined to be no longer properly reporting, and have been removed from our lookup tool:
BGISOCBL, DEADBEEF, GIRL, NLKUNBLACKLIST, ORID, RANGERSBL, SDERB, SNARK, US, SOLID, SPAMRBL, TECHNOVISION
If you are a bulk email sender, you should not have concerns related to these blacklists any longer. If you are an IT organization, we strongly recommend using the email blacklists highlighted in our organization list, and removing these if you have been using any of them.
Added pbl.spamhaus.org (another spamhaus blacklist).
TRIUMF changed their server to rbl2 – we’ve updated our database accordingly.
The following email blacklists have been confirmed obsolete, and have been removed from our IP lookup tool:
NJABL (dnsbl.njabl.org) – not just another bogus list
Please be sure that your email server is no longer checking against these blacklists if you are an email administrator.
We received word (thanks, Jeremy!) that the SATOS blacklist is defunct. Although we did not receive word of this from the blacklist owner when they first shut it down, the blacklist has been returning false positives in order to capture the attention of anyone still using the blacklist.
SATOS has therefore been removed from our blacklist lookup tool.