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  1. #1
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    Blocked IP's (Hosting Companies use for 403 errors)

    Ok, the subject might be weird, but I didn't know how to word it. I wanted to know if any of your hosting companies had any groups of ip's to block. For instance, Malaysia and Indonesia, and a lot of Asian counties where Fraud is high. I dont want to take the chance. If you have blocks of ip's that are in your .htaccess files so they will get 403 error's, please post them here. Thanks so much.!

    -Kyle R. Reilly

    P.S.-Have a happy 4th Everyone!
    -Kyle Reilly
    http://www.kylecool.com - My Website
    http://kylereilly.com -KyleReilly.COM :: MY WEBSITE

  2. #2
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    There was a list a while back. Have a look at this search result to get you going.


    Lats...

  3. #3
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    Thanks so much, but does anyone have anym ore ip's? I also want ip's of like anonymizer and megaproxy, and stuff, so they can't access my site using those. If they are from those countries, and other ones with high fraud sites, they aren't welcome near me. Thanks again.
    -Kyle Reilly
    http://www.kylecool.com - My Website
    http://kylereilly.com -KyleReilly.COM :: MY WEBSITE

  4. #4
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    Re: Blocked IP's (Hosting Companies use for 403 errors)

    Originally posted by Kylecool
    Ok, the subject might be weird, but I didn't know how to word it. I wanted to know if any of your hosting companies had any groups of ip's to block. For instance, Malaysia and Indonesia, and a lot of Asian counties where Fraud is high. I dont want to take the chance. If you have blocks of ip's that are in your .htaccess files so they will get 403 error's, please post them here. Thanks so much.!

    -Kyle R. Reilly

    P.S.-Have a happy 4th Everyone!
    I'm working on a dns based blacklist (well it's done), just doing some testing.

    Would anyone use such a service?

  5. #5
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    Of course, not meaning to point fingers at anyone, but some hosts that I try to visit actually blocked me... And I'm from Singapore

  6. #6
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    I would like a dns blacklist, if it's free.
    -Kyle Reilly
    http://www.kylecool.com - My Website
    http://kylereilly.com -KyleReilly.COM :: MY WEBSITE

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