[tor-relays] German company Webtropia: Terminated contract without notice because of abuse
krishna e bera
keb at cyblings.on.ca
Wed Jul 30 12:08:38 UTC 2014
On 14-07-30 05:11 AM, tor at t-3.net wrote:
> You somewhat made a mistake here - you've got to have an exit policy
> that (minimally) rejects ports 25 and 465, or else your relay becomes a
> giant abuse tool for spammers, scammers, and phishers instead of what
> you intended it to be (which was a standard-functioning Tor relay).
> You might try telling your ISP that you made a mistake in your
> configuration which allowed spam email to go out, and you're willing to
> correct that error and move forward.
> ExitPolicy reject *:25
> ExitPolicy reject *:465
Most SMTP servers i have seen listening on port 465 and 587 require
authentication, so it shouldnt be necessary to block those ports. Can
anyone name some that dont need authentication to send email?
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