Re: [Full-disclosure] Gmail blacklisted by Full-Disclosure

From: Paul Kurczaba (seclists_at_securinews.com)
Date: 06/20/05

  • Next message: Graham Reed: "Re: [Full-disclosure] Gmail blacklisted by Full-Disclosure"
    Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 13:01:54 -0400
    To: xploitable@gmail.com
    
    

    Complain to Gmail, considering that they are the ones blacklisted. As
    mentioned before, it is good that FD uses blacklists.

    n3td3v wrote:
    > Hello security community,
    >
    > Full-Disclosure, a high profile mailing list where the
    > world's security engineers and other related meet and
    > read security information and discussion.
    >
    > Over the last two weeks I have noticed an issue with
    > Full-Disclosure. Many times I would be rejected from
    > the list by a system implemented by an FD admin.
    >
    > The system has blacklisted a Gmail proxy. I call for
    > this to be removed, so Full-Disclosure can function as
    > such.
    >
    > Delivery to the following recipient failed
    > permanently:
    >
    > full-disclosure@lists.grok.org.uk
    >
    > Technical details of permanent failure:
    > PERM_FAILURE: SMTP Error (state 10): 554 Service
    > unavailable; Client host [zproxy.gmail.com] blocked
    > using dsn.rfc-ignorant.org; Not supporting null
    > originator (DSN)
    >
    > Thanks, n3td3v
    > Reply to xploitable@gmail.com, not this Yahoo address.
    >
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