surblhost is a command line program that check if hostnames are blacklisted in the surbl.org lists. A blacklisted hostname means that the site is referenced in spam email. Although surbl is mostly used by spam filters such as spamassassin to identify spam email, you can use surblhost for many other purposes.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters Security|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: An option -f (force) was addes as an alias for --skip-whitelist. Lookups in the whitelist and two-level TLDs are faster.
Release Notes: The configuration script was made to work for DNS TXT queries on FreeBSD systems.
Release Notes: This release is compatible with older C compilers like GCC 2.95.4. Some minor code improvements have been made.
Release Notes: This is a stable release. An option to --check-whitelist was added.
Release Notes: The program can now add user-defined whitelists and two-level TLDs to the hardcoded ones.