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Spam domain blacklist (filtered by jwSpamSpy)

Last updated: 2004-07-14 16:24 JST

What this list is about:
Spammers get paid by businesses whose websites they advertise. We refuse to accept
spam from any of following domains or advertising any of these domains, as we don't want to buy from spammers. We publish this list for informational purposes only. For a URL of a plain text version of this list see here. The software that catches the spam used to build this list is available here.

How this list is compiled:
Every email sent to our mailboxes is analyzed by
jwSpamSpy, our spam filter software. It extracts and inspects the domain names in all mail sent to us that meets a sufficient number of criteria that are typical for spam. We then perform whois-lookups (see whois log) and Google searches on these domains, as we seek to minimize the risk of missing legitimate mail from legitimate domains. Nevertheless, nobody is perfect. If you are the owner of one of the following domains and you are not involved in spamming activity, please contact us to get unlisted.

Notice: A listing here does not imply that we recommend anyone to block any mail involving these domains, only that we at joewein.de chose to do so. If you find the following list useful, please make a donation to support our efforts or add a link to it on your website. Thanks! The following domains may be registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Spam filtering software
The spam filter software that helps build this list is available as a commercial product:

Using this list to block spam
You are welcome to download the
text version of this list. Please keep the following in mind:

  • This list is quite large – do not abuse our network resources. If you must download more than once per day, keep the interval reasonable.
  • This list is useful for research into spam patterns, but it is not updated in real-time, which would be important for any internet security or anti-spam operation. A real-time version of this data, with more complete coverage, is available through SURBL. Please contact its reseller SecurityZones for details.

Links:
How to trace senders of spam
Whois-Details of recently blacklisted domains
About the 419 scam ("Nigerian Scam")

Blacklisted domain names (by initial):

Whois-Details of recently blacklisted domains

Links:
How to trace senders of spam
Whois-Details of recently blacklisted domains
About the 419 scam ("Nigerian Scam")
Xenophobia, Spam and Viruses: The "German Spam" (Sober.H)