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authorAaron Ball <nullspoon@oper.io>2019-03-14 08:32:22 -0600
committerAaron Ball <nullspoon@oper.io>2019-03-14 08:32:22 -0600
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Checking DNSBL: Updated some verbage
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What is a DNSBL
---------------
-A DNSBL, or **DNS** **B**lack**L**ist or **DNS** **B**lackhole **L**ist, is an
-extension of DNS A and TXT records that allows these records to be used to mark
-IP addresses as known sources of spam. Since this is done with DNS, querying is
-relatively easy, as the tooling and protocol are relatively standardized.
+A DNSBL, or **DNS** **B**ased**L**ist, is an extension of DNS A and TXT records
+that allows these records to be used to mark IP addresses as known sources of
+spam (or other things). Since this is done with DNS, querying is relatively
+easy, as the tooling and protocol are relatively standardized.
For further reading, see the link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNSBL[Wikipedia
article].

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