I'll say this, man. I really don't like Vultr. I just have a 150.00
credit to burn with them. Once that's done, I'll be making other
arrangements. My guess is you really did nothing wrong and Vultr's sys
admins are just lame.

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 8:34 PM Chris Bennett
<ch...@bennettconstruction.us> wrote:
>
> On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 01:55:32AM +0200, Flipchan wrote:
> > Poke vultr about it , if its not good, just switch provider ( openbsd 
> > amsterdam?))
> >
>
> They say it's my fault and that they have spent a tremendous amount of
> time trying to get me off of the blacklist. (exaggeration included on
> purpose).
>
> As you can see below, I guess it is all my fault.
> I'm just going to put the DNS records back to where they were before.
> What's the website for OpenBSD Amsterdam?
>
> Looks like I may just have to move my server from the USA to the not
> USA. Why is such a simple thing as a server so hard to get???
>
> Fun Fun Fun entered below:
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Information about 108.61.242.230
>
> Below is the information we have on record about 108.61.242.230
> Standards Compliance
>
> Does IP Address resolve to a reverse hostname... Passed!
>
> Does IP Address comply with reverse hostname naming convention... Passed!
> List Status
>
> RATS-Dyna - On the list. Worst Offender Alert.
>
> RATS-NoPtr - Not on the list.
>
> RATS-Spam - Not on the list.
>
> RATS-Auth - Not on the list.
> Alert: Your IP is part of a network listed as a Worst Offender
>
> This is a Worst Offender Alert and this means that not only this IP address,
> but the whole class 'C' is also on the indicated SpamRats List.
> Usually this means the whole range has the same issue of naming conventions or
> no reverse DNS AND that many IP's from this Class C have been used in Spam 
> Attacks,
> Dictionary attacks or other forms of attacks, as detected by Mail Servers in 
> the
> Data Collection Grid. You will NOT be able to use the removal form to remove 
> your
> IP Addresses. If you have recently been assigned the IP Addresses, or have 
> changed
> what these IP Addresses are used for, you can use the contact form and ask 
> for a
> reclassification, but you will have to provide full disclosure, including 
> whois for
> the ip addresses, your affiliation with the company that owns them, and a 
> description
> of what the IP's were previously used for, and what they will be used for, in 
> order
> for a Spam Auditor to consider reclassification. Remember, the majority of 
> the IP's
> in this space WERE detected as being involved in some form of attack or 
> abusive
> behaviour, so you had better have a good reason to ask for removal, and you 
> need to
> own or control the IP addresses, as evidenced by ARIN whois.
>
> -------------------------------------
> 2nd IP is blacklisted on 7 lists.
>
> I'm sure they can quickly fix this too!
>
> Chris
>
>
>
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