Is it possible to use the DNSBL of the honeypot-project?

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Is it possible to use the DNSBL of the honeypot-project?

Post by Rainer » 2010-12-01 12:47

Here's some text of the site:

You have been issued an Access Key. The http:BL Access Key tied to your account is shown in the gray box. Only one Access Key is allowed per user. Sharing of Access Keys with other users is forbidden by the Project Honey Pot Service Agreement.

Access Keys are 12-alpha characters (no numbers). They are lower-case. You should copy the Access Key exactly as it appears above.

If you are using your Access Key to activate the http:BL Apache Module, you should include the Access Key in the httpd.conf file. Follow the instructions included with the http:BL Apache Module. If you are using the Access Key to initiate DNS queries against the http:BL system directly, you should use the following format.

Assuming you are querying the IP address 127.1.1.7 and your access key is nvsnymexhcia (which it actually is), you should format your DNS query as:


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Re: Is it possible to use the DNSBL of the honeypot-project?

Post by ^DooM^ » 2010-12-01 13:17

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Re: Is it possible to use the DNSBL of the honeypot-project?

Post by Rainer » 2010-12-01 13:28

Hello ^DooM^, thank you for the fast answerver!
I did not see the feature-request.

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