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IP is blacklisted but why?!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by scriptox, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. scriptox

    scriptox Regular Member

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    Ive been shown that my IP is blacklisted and i had no idea, but i havent done anything i can think of as i dont break TOS of any services.
    It says im listed in these 3 things
    SEM-BLACK
    SORBS-DUHL
    Spamhaus-ZEN

    Im abit puzzled, can someone explain to me what these are about? as far as i can tell im getting done for spam.. which is impossible because the only emails ive sent are the ones to myself for testing and thats 1 email at a time ive never mailed in bulk, i dont have an email list of any kind either..
     
  2. Duffers5000

    Duffers5000 Elite Member

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    Your own personal ip. Or your webhosts ip ?
     
  3. scriptox

    scriptox Regular Member

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    Personal
     
  4. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Most probably someone from your network did it, not you.... They usually block the last and the second last series of your IP...e.g. 10.10.*.*, and 10.10.10.*

    Contact your service provider for more help..
     
  5. HatIsBlacked

    HatIsBlacked Regular Member

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    and where is your ip coming from. cable? dsl?
    ips are rotated from a pool and change every so often by your isp. its quite possible you got assigned an ip that someone in the past has abused.

    talk to your isp to renew a lease for a new assigned ip. in some cases its as easy as unplugging your cable modem for 15 minutes and plugging it back in.
     
  6. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    This is what it said for me. I can change my ip just by restarting my router so doesn't really matter but still. It seems more like a glitch than anything else. I wouldn't give it much though if i were you.


    0spam.fusionzero.com OK
    aspews.ext.sorbs.net OK
    b.barracudacentral.org Listed!
    bl.mailspike.net Listed!
    bl.spameatingmonkey.net OK
    bl.spamcop.net OK
    bl.spamcannibal.org OK
    bl.tiopan.com No Result (No answer)
    blackholes.five-ten-sg.com OK
    blackholes.intersil.net OK
    bogons.cymru.com OK
    cbl.abuseat.org Listed!
    combined.njabl.org OK
    db.wpbl.info OK
    dnsbl.ahbl.org OK
    dnsbl.inps.de OK
    dnsbl.justspam.org OK
    dnsbl.mags.net OK
    dnsbl.sorbs.net OK
    dnsbl.rangers.eu.org OK
    dnsbl-0.uceprotect.net OK
    dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net OK
    dnsbl-2.uceprotect.net Listed!
    dnsbl-3.uceprotect.net Listed!
    dyna.spamrats.com OK
    ip.v4bl.org Listed!
    ips.backscatterer.org OK
    ix.dnsbl.manitu.net OK
    l2.apews.org Listed!
    no-more-funn.moensted.dk OK
    noptr.spamrats.com OK
    psbl.surriel.com OK
    rbl.efnet.org OK
    spam.abuse.ch OK
    spam.dnsbl.anonmails.de OK
    spam.spamrats.com OK
    spamguard.leadmon.net OK
    t1.dnsbl.net.au OK
    tor.dan.me.uk OK
    tor.dnsbl.sectoor.de OK
    ubl.unsubscore.com OK
    virbl.dnsbl.bit.nl OK
    zen.spamhaus.org Listed!
     
  7. HatIsBlacked

    HatIsBlacked Regular Member

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    use a vps with proxies
     
  8. shanibpo

    shanibpo Junior Member

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    To the best of my knowledge you get listed there due to Bulk Email Sending using an IP,
    However, I believe every list has an option to submit a request to remove your IP from the list. It can take some time to process the requests, so the best thing is to contact your ISP and request for renewal of your IP Lease or otherwise you may need to use a proxy server to route your traffic from.
     
  9. myownhero

    myownhero Power Member Premium Member

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    Most likely the VPS you were using died and your real IP was used for a bit which caused this (it happens occasionally). Just reset your MAC address and get a new IP.
     
  10. shanibpo

    shanibpo Junior Member

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    I believe that the OP is in fact talking about his local computer's IP
    Not of a dedicated server or VPS
     
  11. tb303

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    I think he means VPN not vps.

    Im on a static ip with my isp and ended up on those lists due to crappy proxys going transparent. Took some begging but i got a new ip.
     
  12. myownhero

    myownhero Power Member Premium Member

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    Yeah sorry, I meant VPN.

    I'm kind of spoiled I guess, I can just change 1 digit of my mac address and my internet will reset with a new ip in about a minute.
     
  13. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    If your on cable reset your router and get a new IP!! If not contact your ISP and ask them to release your ip.
     
  14. iglow

    iglow Elite Member

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    ignore it man. totally no big deal