RABL is a machine-automated real-time blacklisting server for statistical filters.
Version: 1.0.0RABL (Reactive Autonomous Blackhole List ) server is a statistical, machine-automated and up-to-the-second blackhole list server designed to monitor global network activity and make decisions based on network spread and infection rate.
Operating System: Linux
This is in contrast to how most other blacklists function, where humans (many with political agendas) must process thousands of reports and make decisions.
The RABL is fully reactive to new threats and can block addresses within seconds of widespread infection.
Addresses are blacklisted until they have cleared a minimum duration without any additional reports, making the appeals process as simple as "fix your junk".
It is designed to function via automated machine-learning spam filters such as Bayesian filters.
A client tool is also provided.