Level 1: 105043 IP's, Level 2: 19641 Allocations, Level 3: 621 ASN's. Last Updated: 30.09.2022 01:11 CEST
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Removal of Level 2 Records
Something you need to be aware of about Level 2:Your provider didn't act fast enough to disconnect abusers, or has no clue how to install preventive measures against spammers.
UCEPROTECT-Level 2 deescalates dynamic and removes the listed allocation if the number of Level 1 listed Impacts went below a predefined trashcount within the last 7 days. Level 2 listings are removed automatically and free of charge as soon as they no longer meet the listing criteria in the policy for level 2
To get a netblock out of Level 2, the single IP addresses and their Impacts within that netblock at Level 1 have to be removed.
Normally, only your service provider can request for this.
If you never sent spam, never maintained an open proxy or open relay, but the
netblock with your email serverís IP address inside is listed at LEVEL 2,
we suggest you send a strong compliant to your service provider, and demand
to have your IP address changed to a different netblock that is not known
to be a SPAMMERHAVEN.
Only your service provider can change your situation.For quality reasons, however, individual clean IPs that are registered at ips.whitelisted.org are generally excluded from level 2.
You are the service provider and one of your netblocks is listed as Level 2?DO NOT EXPECT TO GET A FREE RIDE HERE! REMOVAL POLICY IS ALSO VALID FOR YOU!
Listings are done by us, Bavarian municipals and district authorities, and others who use our professional UCEPROTECT products.
Find out, which UCEPROTECT-Servers listed your IP addresses and for what reason:
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN OPTIONAL OFFER ONLY.
IF YOU MANAGED TO EXCEED LISTING BORDER BY A FACTOR 10 OR ABOVE EXPRESSDELISTING IS NO LONGER OFFERED TO YOU.
Due to recent events we want to warn you to make a fool of yourself:
Threatening us with legal action is just ridiculous and will have the consequence that your message will be published by us as Cart00ney.