Status:  Production
Type:  
IPv4/IPv6

Cloud DNS:  <key>.dnswl.mail.abusix.zone.
Rsync File
:  lists/dnswl.zone

Return Codes:  varies (see below)
Test Points
:  127.0.0.2, ::2, ::FFFF:7F00:2

Listing duration:  Varies

Description

This is our mirror of www.dnswl.org

Return codes

The return codes are structured as 127.0.x.y, with “x” indicating the category of an entry and “y” indicating how trustworthy an entry has been judged.

Categories (127.0.X.y)

2 – Financial services
3 – Email Service Providers
4 – Organisations (both for-profit [ie companies] and non-profit)
5 – Service/network providers
6 – Personal/private servers
7 – Travel/leisure industry
8 – Public sector/governments
9 – Media and Tech companies
10 – some special cases
11 – Education, academic
12 – Healthcare
13 – Manufacturing/Industrial
14 – Retail/Wholesale/Services
15 – Email Marketing Providers
20 – Added through Self Service without specific category

Trustworthiness / Score (127.0.x.Y)

0 = none – only avoid outright blocking (eg large ESP mailservers, -0.1)
1 = low – reduce chance of false positives (-1.0)
2 = medium – make sure to avoid false positives but allow override for clear cases (-10.0)
3 = high – avoid override (-100.0).

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