Getting listed in a spam blacklist is a dreadful experience for server owners. Users end up facing email delivery failures and bounces, which can take your business reputation for a toss.
As a security measure, mail from blacklisted IPs are rejected by most mail servers. So, if you want uninterrupted mail services, you’ll need to stay clear of blacklists.
Are your cPanel, Plesk or DirectAdmin servers email blacklisted? Here’s how you can prevent spam block listing of web hosting servers
Spam block listing or IP address blacklisting happens when spam traps detect outbound spam mails from a web hosting server. Spam mails are primarily sent using:
1. Spam scripts uploaded to a hacked web site which has outdated and vulnerable web applications(WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc).
2. Stolen/leaked passwords to email accounts that allow spam mails through email authentication.
3. Un-secured email server that acts as an open email relay. (more…)
At one time or another, every shared web hosting company has had to deal with email blacklisting issues. Hacked web sites, stolen/leaked account login details, or improperly configured mail servers allow hackers to send out thousands of spam, raising red flags in IP reputation monitors across the internet.
Bobcares help desk support services has helped web hosts prevent getting listed in spam blacklists through adopting industry best practices. In this post, a brief rundown is given on the top effective solutions to prevent IP blacklisting. (more…)