TestBlacklists is a program that tests a host or network against a blacklist or set of blacklists. This allows an administrator to find problems existing on their network. I wrote this because I wanted my employer to know about IP addresses with problems before they changed essential services to potentially blacklisted IPs.
Downloading and Compiling
- Download TestBlacklists from here
- Uncompress: 'tar xjf TestBlacklists.tar.bz2'
- Type 'make'
Usage: ./TestBlacklists [-osirusoft | -o] [-rss | -r] [-spamcop | -s] [-v] [host | net/mask | hostA-hostB] -o | -osirusoft - use relays.osirusoft.com -r | -rss - use relays.mail-abuse.org (maps-rss) -s | -spamcop - use bl.spamcop.net -v - increase verbosity (once displays hosts as they're being tested, twice is overkill) host - check blacklists for this host net/mask - check blacklists for this network/netmask combination hostA-hostB - check blacklists for hostA-hostB range (inclusive) examples: 22.214.171.124/16 www.byu.edu 126.96.36.199/255.255.0.0 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 host or net/mask or hostA-hostB is required, and there should be only one
./TestBlacklists -s -r 220.127.116.11/24 Adding check of bl.spamcop.net Adding check of relays.mail-abuse.org 18.104.22.168 - relays.mail-abuse.org -> 127.0.0.2 (relays.mail-abuse.org) Finished scanning blacklists
Note: This project is no longer actively maintained, but the code is available if you want it.