What’s going on?
The “Tor Exit Node scanner” has been down for a while due to the long unconvenient upgrade made. It is however re-instated with a small bonus: From now on, the ExitNode-scanner will be self-sanitized and hosts discovered as exit nodes will automatically get removed as soon as the official ExitNode-list (https://check.torproject.org/exit-addresses) is updated.
Our removal tools that works agains DNSBL v5.0 is finally released. It’s up and it has been tested both with ipv4 and ipv6-connections, so now we’re ready to release it in public too.
And if you still need manual support, you may want to take a look at http://docs.tornevall.net/x/OIBu as usual.
There is an ongoing project with TorneLIB which has a standalone project for handling our API. It’s not ready for release, but you can review the upcoming script at the dev-site here!
If you recently contacted us about removal and you seem to be relisted, the release of version 5 may be the cause, and the fact that some hosts has not been properly updated in both our databases.
FraudBL is, since june 22, an active resolver. Tornevall Networks has in active for tests and currently we’ve seen a positive result of the activation. More information about bitmasking will in short get updated at http://docs.tornevall.net/x/AoA_/. In short, we will also activate the new default database for dnsbl.tornevall.org.
You can still contact email@example.com for blacklisting support.