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 Blacklisted IP address
Author: I.Security   (22 Oct 08 12:21pm)
An IP address of ours was detected as sending out SPAM email messages (approximately 25) around 4 weeks ago.

We have identified the machine in question and discovered that it was infected with malware which was sending out SMTP traffic.

One of the companies we connect to use the Project Honeypot service and whenever we try to connect we receive a message informing us that we have been blacklisted.

My question is what steps can we take to remove the IP address so that we are no longer blacklisted by Project Honeypot.

Thanks
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: M.Prince   (22 Oct 08 4:16pm)
IP addresses have their threat scores decline over time as malicious activity from them is reduced. If there is no malicious activity from your IP address for a continuous period of time then it will automatically be deleted from the http:BL.

In the meantime, I would contact the company whose website you are asking to reach and have them add you to their individual http:BL white list.
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: Y.Martin   (20 Nov 08 1:35am)
Hi all,

A related question: how long does it take for an IP to drop out of the blacklist after all suspicious activity has stopped?

Thank you.
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: L.Staavi   (23 Nov 08 2:55am)
There has been no irregular activities reported on my IP for 3 1/2 months, but I'm still blacklisted.

When can I expect it to be removed from the list?
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: Y.Martin   (28 Dec 08 10:45pm)
M.Prince: "IP addresses have their threat scores decline over time as malicious activity from them is reduced."

That does NOT seem to work: I have been tracking the threat score of our blacklisted IP for over a month now, and it has not changed at all:

query on 12/5: 127.19.32.5 (last seen 19 days ago, threat score 32)
query on 12/20: 127.43.32.5 (last seen 43 days ago, threat score 32)

Is the algorithm working as expected?
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: M.Moretti   (17 Mar 09 4:52am)
This is a general question, I just got on this site. I am receiving e-mails (and sending them too) to an IP address I just Googled, to find out more about it, and when I did I got this Honeypot site. the woman who is sending me the e-mails is in Ukraine, should I now assume she's a scammer?
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: E.Erdinc   (18 Jun 13 7:27am)
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: A.Mahmud   (31 May 14 4:00pm)
How can I be white list . My ISP is blacklisted with some websites.
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: E.Langheinrich   (2 Jun 14 11:06am)
If you visit the listing page for your IP from the same /24, you will find a link on the left to request white listing.
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: A.Navazi   (9 May 17 10:34pm)
hello,

I request you to remove my IP address 103.216.60.180 because there any raison to blacklist it .

thank you
 
 Re: Blacklisted IP address
Author: A.Ragab   (1 Aug 17 3:41am)
An IP address of ours was detected as sending out SPAM email messages (approximately 25) around 4 weeks ago.

We have identified the machine in question and discovered that it was infected with malware which was sending out SMTP traffic.

One of the companies we connect to use the Project Honeypot service and whenever we try to connect we receive a message informing us that we have been blacklisted.

My question is what steps can we take to remove the IP address so that we are no longer blacklisted by Project Honeypot.

Thanks



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