Dedicated Queue

[This feature is deprecated, and no longer in use] In addition to having the highest Shared Queue Priority, each Ultra account will get its own Dedicated Queue, which is a separate container with its own resources running checkups only for your account. Your monitored IPs will be distributed among your Dedicated Queue and the Shared […]

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Show Only Blacklisted

This small feature will show only the Blacklisted monitors from your Blacklist Monitors list. To enable it, simply go to the cogwheel, and click “Show Only Blacklisted”: When clicked, it will filter out all of the clean blacklist monitors, and just show you the blacklisted ones. It’s fully compatible with all of the other features […]

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Enable Blacklist Monitor Plain Text Email Notifications

You can receive plain text email notifications for your blacklist monitors, if you wish to. Simply go to your Account Settings, under the blacklist monitor tab, like so: By default this setting is disabled, which means you are receiving HTML emails from your blacklist monitor notifications. However, if you enable this setting, you will receive […]

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Export as Text

Using this quick exporting tool, you’ll be able to instantly grab lists of IPs or Domains that you are monitoring, and easily paste them wherever you need to, in your workspace, or in an email or instant message to your colleagues, etc. We’ll explain below a much requested case scenario where this tool plays a […]

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Blacklist Monitor Change History

You can easily view the recent changes in any of your blacklist monitors, from the “View Change History” button on your report pages. This will open up all recent blacklistings and delistings related to this particular blacklist monitor which you’re viewing. The history is neatly organized by date, in a descending order, and color coated for […]

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Search Cloud

Our ‘Search Cloud’ feature will automatically generate tags for your most commonly used terms, and display these tags on top of your Blacklist Monitors and Uptime Monitors pages. When clicking a tag, a search is initiated for its keyword(s). This way you will have your most commonly searched terms one click away. Tags are automatically sorted from left […]

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Monitored Blacklists

Here’s a complete list of blacklists (RBL) which we monitor on our platform. IPv4 RBLs: 0spam.fusionzero.com access.redhawk.org all.rbl.jp all.s5h.net all.spamrats.com aspews.ext.sorbs.net b.barracudacentral.org babl.rbl.webiron.net backscatter.spameatingmonkey.net bb.barracudacentral.org bl.blocklist.de bl.drmx.org bl.konstant.no bl.mailspike.net bl.nosolicitado.org bl.nszones.com bl.rbl.scrolloutf1.com bl.scientificspam.net bl.score.senderscore.com bl.spamcannibal.org bl.spamcop.net bl.spameatingmonkey.net bl.suomispam.net black.junkemailfilter.com block.dnsbl.sorbs.net bsb.empty.us cart00ney.surriel.com cbl.abuseat.org cbl.anti-spam.org.cn cblless.anti-spam.org.cn cblplus.anti-spam.org.cn cdl.anti-spam.org.cn combined.rbl.msrbl.net db.wpbl.info dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net dnsbl-2.uceprotect.net dnsbl-3.uceprotect.net dnsbl.cobion.com dnsbl.dronebl.org dnsbl.inps.de […]

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Blacklist Monitoring Webhook Notifications

With Blacklist Monitoring webhook notifications you can receive JSON data posted to your webhook url when changes are detected in your Blacklist Monitors. Simply assign your webhook url to any of your Contact Lists, as shown below: (Please note that as of right now the “Send test notification” button will only send out an Uptime […]

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Bookmarks

Using the “Bookmarks” feature, you can easily save and access on demand any searches and filters in your Blacklist Monitors dashboard, without having to re-do all of the work in order to view the specific monitors that you wish to look at. It basically means that any view of your monitors which involves filtering/searching/etc. can […]

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Set rDNS or IP address as Label

It’s extremely easy to set a Blacklist Monitor’s label to the rDNS of its IP address (for IPv4 monitors), or to the IP address of its hostname (for Domain/Hostname monitors), with just a few clicks. In the example below we’re setting the label of an IPv4 monitor to its rDNS:

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