Why am I receiving this notification? An abuse ticket will automatically be opened on your account when Limestone Networks has received an abuse report for an IP address currently assigned to your server. What is Malicious Network Traffic? Limestone Networks considers Malicious Network Traffic as any of the following: Port […]
This entry briefly explains Spamvertising and what to do if you receive a complaint. What is Spamvertising? Spamvertising is the practice of sending E-mail spam, advertising a website. In this case, it is a portmanteau of the words “spam” and “advertising”. Source:Wikipedia Why am I receiving this notice? When Limestone […]
Phishing is the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. In this case we are speaking of Website forgery. What do I need to do? If you receive an abuse […]
What will these instructions do? What this addition does is it adds valuable logging information to your exim_mainlog file so that you can determine where messages are coming from, whos sending the message and from what directory on your server the user NOBODY is originating from, if your seeing mail […]
Internally, Limestone Networks has been using the help of PhishTank to report phishing websites to our clients. Recently we made this feature available directly to our clients within our control panel. You can access it by clicking on the Servers tab and then clicking phishing sites.