[ipv6hackers] Progress on IPv6 Anti-SPAM Solutions?
matija at serverflow.com
Thu Feb 13 16:04:50 CET 2014
I can't help you with an "industry approved filtering list", but this
just dropped into my mailbox:
(The latest version of SpamAssassin now has native IPv6 support)
On 02/13/2014 03:29 PM, James Small wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> That's a great question. Let me frame this differently: I'm working with
> organizations to make all of their Internet services IPv6 accessible. When
> the topic of E-mail comes up I don't feel like I have great answers. What I
> would like is to have parity or a close approximation with the capabilities
> we have for SMTP over IPv4. However, IMHO we aren't there yet. It seems
> like many (at least in the US) just don't enable SMTP over IPv6. In fact, I
> heard from a recent IPv6 conference that many organizations and vendors have
> no plans to support SMTP over IPv6 because of "the lack of an industry
> approved filtering list and methodology..."
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ipv6hackers-bounces at lists.si6networks.com [mailto:ipv6hackers-
>> bounces at lists.si6networks.com] On Behalf Of Adam Števko
>> Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 11:33 PM
>> To: IPv6 Hackers Mailing List
>> Subject: Re: [ipv6hackers] Progress on IPv6 Anti-SPAM Solutions?
>> just out of curiosity, how much spam do you receive over IPv6?
>> On Feb 13, 2014, at 4:41 AM, James Small <jim.small at mail.com> wrote:
>>> Has there been progress in the commercial space on IPv6 anti-spam
>>> There are certainly some commercial gateways that support IPv6 and IPv6
>>> but every vendor I've spoken with states that their address/reputation-
>>> filtering is a "work-in-progress." My understanding is that > 80% of
>>> blocked messages rely on this type of technology in IPv4, so it's
> absence in
>>> IPv6 is a problem. Furthermore, it seems like most "cloud" based SMTP
>>> scrubbing services do not yet support IPv6 (I know there are a few).
>>> discussing IPv6 and IPv6 security with organizations, this still seems
>>> a major weakness.
>>> I know of the following:
>>> (ideas to push authentication for v6)
>>> spam_apricot_2012_1329718069.pdf (generic coverage of many of the
>> issues for
>>> I'm interested in any progress you know of in this area - especially
>>> whitepapers, commercially viable solutions, success stories.
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>>> Ipv6hackers at lists.si6networks.com
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