One of the methods currently used for combating spam is through blacklisting of IP addresses. In the new IPv6 world, Symantec will be whitelisting the IPs of mail servers. It’s understandable why but I suspect it will generate a lot of debate when people realise the implications.
- Stephan Freeman is the Information Security Manager at LSE and enjoys discussing information security-related topics. The aim of this blog is to raise awareness and prompt discussions about information security. Comments are always welcome.
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