[anti-abuse-wg] how to detect spambots - SPAMTrusted
Brian Nisbet brian.nisbet at heanet.ie
Wed Mar 4 11:26:16 CET 2009
Frank/Jeffrey, Frank Gadegast wrote the following on 04/03/2009 09:19: > Jeffrey Race wrote: >> This simple wheel reinvented many times; need only to apply >> current knowledge. If someone will work with me we can submit the >> described RFC as is or improved as needed >> >> >> <http://www.camblab.com/misc/univ_std.txt> >> based on >> <http://www.camblab.com/nugget/spam_03.pdf> <snip> > (its sad, that the once defined abuse-mailbox field > in RIPEs whois never made it to be a needed field, > this should be changed ASAP) <snip> > Why do we not recommend to implement a system > at RIPE, where abuse reports could be CCed to > (including the netblock and the email address > a report was sent too, the system then could > check, if it was the right address and store > a timestamp, any ISP should then be informed > how he could send an email to RIPE to inform > that hes working on it or that the case was > fixed) so that RIPE can messure, wich ISP is really > fixing abuse cases ? > > And: if any ISP collects more than 100 > cases that are open for more than two weeks > without any reaction, the problem network > blocks are simply revoked by RIPE ;o) It sounds quite like you have a policy proposal in mind here and the Policy Development Process (PDP) is the way to progress this, should you wish. More information on the PDP can be found here: http://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/pdp.html Obviously the WG chairs are available to help you with this process. Certainly there would be opportunity to discuss such things in the WG session at RIPE 58. Regards, Brian.