Release Notes – WP_DNSBL – Version 2.0.1
- [DNSBLWP-37] – MODULE_BITMASK does counting even if there are no valid array
Release Notes – WP_DNSBL – Version 2.0.1
We’re about to finish the long work of WP-DNSBL v2.0.0 which is a WordPress based plugin that will from this new release support and run with TorneAPIv3. APIv3 has much better documentation of how to use the DNSBL API (here). From this release, the API can also be configured via TorneAUTH v4, which will be located on https://auth.tornevall.net very soon, where API keys can be created automatically. All this together is planned to be a huge facelift (so the forum will hopefully also be updated in the same time and work as an extra support for the portal visitors).
Finishing this plugin has been very welcome by both me and other visitors, that during a long period have had a lot of problems with delisting themselves from the blacklist. For the moment, much of this is handled manually when the standard dnsbl site does not coorporate with us.
A complete CHANGELOG of what’s been fixed will be released soon. If you can’t wait for a status update you can take a look here. If you feel that something is missing, feel free to join the project and add requests!
When all this is done, there will be a whole new view for what could come next…
Release Notes – WP_DNSBL – Version 2.0.0
For a few days ago, our old datastore got obsolete in a few hours, so we moved all data to a new server. It became clear during one manual request of removal, that there might be problems with the database version that the API runs against – so currently we’re working on a fix for this, by for now upgrading to a newer version.
Update: Removals works again!
As Tornevall Networks is still missing a proper CMS, there will be no forward progress for some highly important internal progress, unless there is another way around this (the lack of time is currently big). Some of the projects (NETFILER, amongst some, that was initially – for a few years ago – written to stop spamming) are way too important to hold back furthermore.
A restructure of those projects is upcoming, since the most important functionality at current, are the ability to authorize users to those applications. When this part is on place, we can actually initiate “some kind of” production for the data shares. There is also a huge need of more people and members, that can join and help making this project great!
Join us through the NETFILTER Project site.
As of 22 October, we have changed the behaviour of message analyzing.
If a message contains known hosts, discard the message as already listed but reset “deleted”-dates and relist if necessary.
Messages are no longer discarded with a “already listed”. This behaviour was built to save data storage. Data storage is a problem, but we have to live with that even if some cases is automatically solved by our orphan-cleaner (DNSBL-46). So, for each message found as “already listed”, we are incrementing the hostcount. This means that, the more hits from a server the harder rules are applied on the host.
It has been alive for a while, but since we’re starting on v5.0.3 today, here’s also the official release notes for DNSBL 5.0.2
Release Notes – Tornevall Networks DNSBL Project – Version EP-DNSBL-5.0.2
As a reminder, our removal tools is up and running at https://www.tornevall.com/removal/. Please, do NOT comment delisting requests since the comment fields are normally used as a spamming resource.
The “Tor Exit Node scanner” has been down for a while due to the long unconvenient upgrade made. It is however re-instated with a small bonus: From now on, the ExitNode-scanner will be self-sanitized and hosts discovered as exit nodes will automatically get removed as soon as the official ExitNode-list (https://check.torproject.org/exit-addresses) is updated.
Our removal tools that works agains DNSBL v5.0 is finally released. It’s up and it has been tested both with ipv4 and ipv6-connections, so now we’re ready to release it in public too.
And if you still need manual support, you may want to take a look at http://docs.tornevall.net/x/OIBu as usual.