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--- Comment #18 from Kevin A. McGrail <email@example.com> 2011-12-12 18:49:16 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #17)
> DNSWL was just disabled by default due to returning known wrong answers to in
> abuse situations (bug 6668). Should this bug be closed as evaluated and deemed
> inappropriate for the same reason? Should the handling of the 127.0.0.255
> value be changed to not cause false positives?
I would agree.
Until there is some RBL consensus on a "disabled" answer && code in SA to deal
with it && it doesn't break the currently supported versions, there is no way
an RBL that purposefully causes FPs due to overusage can be considered for
Again, my understanding is that this is a good RBL that has promise and should
be considered by Admins, though.
Are we on the same page?
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