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Posted on 2009-05-14
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I guess my website was infected with a bad scripting code and now since I have wiped my site clean and started over I am still getting blocked from security software. Trend is the one that is known from what people are telling me. Is there a way to check your site for blacklistings like when you check your static IP if it is blacklisted?
I want to remove my site from any blacklists.
My site is on Godaddy!
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yep, I found that yesterday and delisted my site. I was hoping to find a neat website to see if I am blacklisted on any other major companies and search engines. Like MXtoolbox that can tell you if your email server is blacklisted.
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anyother solution??
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Here are some sites that might help...

- http://mxtoolbox.com/index.aspx
- http://www.ahbl.org/lktool
- http://www.blacklistmonitoring.com/lookup/email_blacklist_IP_address_lookup.php

The following has a free trial and more information that may be the most useful...
- http://www.dnsstuff.com/


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Sorry those are just for email blocking.
I have tried the Trend site many times and they still block it. I need someone that has an inside to Trend that can unblock it for me.
I think it is only Trend that I am worried about right now.
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I had to find a different area in Trend but they were able to remove it.
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