Recently I’ve been working with xnite (owner of IRC-Source.com), on DNSBL.im.
DNSBL.im is meant to be a DNSBL (Domain Name Service Blacklist) for use on IRC and XMPP. And has multiple types that a host can fall under, five to be exact.
|Tor||1||Holds Tor exit nodes|
|HTTP(S)||2||Houses HTTP(S) proxies|
|SOCKS(4/5)||3||Holds SOCKS(4/5) proxies|
|Open Router||4||Holds hosts that have been found to be Open Routers (Routers accessible from the public internet with default credentials)|
|Abusive Hosts||5||Holds hosts that have been found to be abusive, this can include spammers on IRC, to SSH Bruteforce-ing hosts we find via FAIL2BAN.|
We’ve also made DNSBL module blocks for a few different IRCds, just select yours and it will show up.