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We don't just use other resources. The block is in place due to it's owner and there being a history of malicious content over the past few years.

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So you block all Ip's of a VPS server because there was in 2011 one IP in that range. At this moment I don't see any blacklisted. I have contacted my VPS provider and they are allway in contact with the big RBL provider to keep there IP's clean.

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So you block all Ip's of a VPS server because there was in 2011 one IP in that range. At this moment I don't see any blacklisted. I have contacted my VPS provider and they are allway in contact with the big RBL provider to keep there IP's clean.

 

One IP? Hardly. The entire ASN has one hell of a history, going back several years. For reference;

 

http://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/05/conversations-with-a-bulletproof-hoster/

http://www.darkreading.com/risk/who-supplies-cyberbunker/d/d-id/1139438?

http://hphosts.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/blackhole-exploit-compromised-sites.html

 

I've seen nothing to suggest this has changed. However, I am re-reviewing the Tilla sub-range and if appropriate, an exception for it will be created.

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  • 3 months later...

 

The Tilaa range has been re-checked and an exception for it is being created for the next update.

I do not know if these updates are performed, but my sites are still not accessible by people who use maleware bytes.

 

regards,

Tom

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