March 1, 2013: NJABL is in the process of being shut down. The DNSBL zones have been emptied. After "the Internet" has had some time to remove NJABL from server configs, the NS's will be pointed off into unallocated space (192.0.2.0/24 TEST-NET-1) to hopefully make the shutdown obvious to those who were slower to notice.
NJABL.ORG is Not Just Another Bogus List. This effort began out of frustration with the amount of spam coming into our networks and with the lack of options for an existing dnsbl with policies and stability we could live with. NJABL.ORG maintains a list of known and potential spam sources (open relays, open proxies, open form to mail HTTP gateways, dynamic IP pools, and direct spammers) for the purpose of being able to tag or refuse email and prevent at least some spam. We do not block email. We just provide a tool for network/system/mail administrators to use to protect their mail servers from email abuse. Our goal is to provide a stable and effective dnsbl with clearly stated and strictly adhered to criteria for listing.
Information for End Users
List Criteria and removal information
Look up an IP to see if it's listed...or if you know your IP is listed, use this link to see why
Remove an IP from the list
How to use the NJABL.ORG dnsbl
What is dynablock.njabl.org?
How to contribute to the NJABL.ORG dnsbl
How to be excluded from testing
Current zone statistics and pending removals