DNS Blacklist Packet Filter is a Linux netfilter client that decides whether to accept or drop packets based on the results of a DNS blacklist query (such as MAPS, SORBS, or SPEWS, to name a few). One use is to filter all incoming SMTP SYN packets for spam filtering.
|Tags||Internet Networking Firewalls Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release rips out dotconf and replaces it with libconfig (a sample config is included). There are other miscellaneous fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: A serious signing bug was fixed. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: The last release had a bug in which it would allow all packets through, regardless of the verdict. This release should fix that.
Release Notes: A few minor cleanups were made to make the client work with newer machines and OSes. It now compiles and runs successfully on FC9 under 2.6.25 on a 64-bit machine.
Release Notes: The new netfilter-queue architecture is now used.