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Extensive DNSBL Database

Extensive DNSBL Database

Search your domain IP address against every DNS blacklist

Track Domain IP Address

Track Domain IP Address

Find your domain IP address to know if it is blacklisted

Domain IP Blacklist Check

Domain IP Blacklist Check

Discover if a domain IP is listed in the spam database or not

ETTVI’s IP Blacklist Lookup Tool

Search through the DNSBL database to find out if a domain has been blacklisted. Lookup every blacklist at once with ETTVI’s Spam Blacklist Checker. Enter the website URL to examine the spam lists against which it is added.

ETTVI’s IP Blacklist Checker quickly analyzes the given website to indicate whether it is blacklisted or not. It tracks the blacklists to help you determine why a domain is listed in the spam database. Discover the reason behind the blocking of your website and then plan an effective strategy to remove it from the DNS blacklists.

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Leverage ETTVI’s IP Blacklist Checker to detect your website in DNS blacklist database as well as verify a domain IP before linking out to it or buying it - for free of cost.

How to Use ETTVI’s IP Blacklist Lookup Tool?

Follow these steps to see if your domain IP is blacklisted or not:

STEP 1 - Enter URL

Specify your Domain Name in the search bar.

STEP 2 - Run the Tool

Click on “Export” to run ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool.

STEP 3 - Check Results

After running the tool you can see if your domain IP is “Listed” or “Not listed”.

The tool checks your domain IP listing status along with E-mail server IP on a worldwide database. You can see if your overall domain IP is “Listed” or “Not Listed”. If you see “Listed” on most database results then maybe some action is needed at your end to make it “Listed”.

Why use ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool?

ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool checks whether the given URL is listed with DNSBL. ETTVI’s blacklist tool lists active databases where your domain IP is blacklisted or not.

There is a possibility that your IP address is on more than one blacklist. There is no designated authority for this. Currently, there are several blacklists that are managed independently, and every blacklist has its own criteria as to what constitutes inclusion or exclusion of IP addresses. Our blacklist tool checks every database there is available on the internet to see if your IP is included in it or not.

ETTVI blacklist tool is designed with various features to provide enhanced user experience.

Free Access

ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool is a free to use tool for webmasters and site to see if their domain is blacklisted or not. Check unlimited domains anytime without having to worry about signing up or spending any money.

Accurate Results

We guarantee you that the results provided by ETTVI's blacklist lookup tool are always accurate. Every database present worldwide is checked to see your domain black listing status.

24/7 Customer Support

Contact ETTVI's Customer Support if you encounter any problems with the tool. Our staff will take a look at the issue and provide a resolution within 24 hours.

Understanding IP Blacklist lookup tool

What is DNSBL?

It is well recognized that DNSBL's, or Domain Name System Blacklists, are blocking lists of spam and spam-like messages that allow website owners to block messages that have a history of sending spam. There are those that prefer the term blacklists and those that prefer the term block lists. These lists are generated using the Domain Name System, or DNS, which is a key building block of the Internet. Therefore, domain names are translated from complicated, numerical IP addresses, allowing for easier reading, searching, and usage of the lists.

These blacklists generally contain IP addresses of e-mail servers from which blacklist software maintainers have previously received spam of some kind. Blacklisting means all messages from that server are flagged or rejected by all websites using a specific blacklist. There are numerous such lists available on the internet, and they all have different criteria for compilation. There may be certain lists that perform better than others, making some list administrators more trustworthy and respected.

In the past, DNSBLs were known as RBLs, so sometimes people still refer to them when referencing spam blocking. The terms RBL and DNSBL are usually used interchangeably.

Importance of Using a Blacklist Lookup tool

The first use of domain blacklist checks was to block email. In the modern e-mail service, most email clients have either built-in or add-on DNSBL support. With this method, a server administrator can use a particular DNSBL to block all emails from specific domains and websites listed on it. A user might choose this option as a way of minimizing the amount of spam they receive.

There is a possibility that your spam score might be increased by some time if you've been added to a spam blacklist that also appears in a spam scoring system. As a result of that as well as other scoring tests, the email might be discarded or redirected to the spam folder if the score exceeds a certain threshold.

How does a blacklisting of an IP address happen?

A blacklist consists of a list of IP addresses suspected of sending unsolicited email messages. In order to prevent email from being delivered to these IP addresses, the sender is either blocked or their email is routed to a spam folder or otherwise disposed of. A single blacklist or a number of backlists may contain your IP address. This information does not appear to be centralized by any authority. It should be noted that each blacklist is independently managed, and each lists or delists IP addresses according to its own criteria.

Your IP address may be on the blacklist for several reasons.

  • A virus, malware, or sending a lot of spam emails are the primary reasons for IP blacklisting.

  • In the event that your mail server is not configured properly, potentially resulting in spam being sent, or if you send spam intentionally, then your IP address will be blacklisted.

  • Perhaps you attempted to purchase an email list from a third party that contained many erroneous or invalid email addresses.

  • Your email is marked as spam by the majority of email recipients.

  • The account of your email has been hacked and used for spamming purposes.

  • Furthermore, it is possible that your IP address is listed on the blacklist even if you have done nothing wrong. DHCP IP addresses tend to be listed on blacklists frequently. It is very common for blacklist maintainers to automatically add IP addresses assigned to them by ISPs under DHCP to their blacklists. Though you are not a spammer, your IP address may have previously been used by someone who was a spammer. In truth, only your Internet service provider is aware who had been assigned that IP address before you got in.

  • Search engines can even list your website in their blacklist, which is something that no legitimate site wants to experience. This can happen for a variety of reasons such:

  • Getting backlinks from spammy websites might be a sign that your website is spammy. Hacking is suspected to be going on at your website.

  • The website will instantly disappear from the Internet after being added to the blacklist of the search engine.

What is the procedure for removing a domain from the blacklist?

Getting removed from a blacklisted IP address or domain is possible if you follow a few steps. In order to find out why you are being blacklisted by your host or ISP, you will need to contact them. At times, there is just one website that has been hacked by a hacker to some extent in some way. If the website that was blacklisted is no longer operational, then all that needs to be done is to request that they also remove your server from the blacklist. When you comply with the following criteria, most people will assist in removing you from a blacklist:

  • Give an explanation of what happened.

  • Please provide a date on which your websites were unavailable.

  • If you made any changes or took any measures, let them know what you did to prevent the site from being compromised again.

In order to remove your IP from a blacklist you should send a request to the anti-spam database. However, please ensure that all the errors have been corrected before sending the request

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Frequently Ask Questions

Blacklisting IP addresses is a technique for blocking access from unauthorized or malicious IP addresses. Generally speaking, blacklists consist of individual IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses that should be blocked. These lists can be used together with firewalls, and other tools that filter traffic on your network.

Whenever you encounter any problems with ETTVI's IP Blacklist lookup tool, please contact the support staff. The support staff will resolve any issue within 24 hours.

IP blacklisting occurs mainly because of malicious software, viruses, and sending a large number of spam emails. Your IP address will be blacklisted if you operate a mail server that is configured incorrectly and causes spam to be sent, or if you send spam on purpose.

Use ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool to see if you think that your domain IP is blacklisted or not. Open the tool, enter your domain URL and run the tool. The results will show which database has blacklisted your domain.

You should contact each DNSBL service listing you and ask them to remove your entry if you find you have a blacklisted IP or domain. Please make sure you have fixed the domain so that it does not send spam anymore. Depending on the spam campaign, some may automatically retract your entry after some time has passed, while others may not.

ETTVI’s IP Blacklist lookup tool is a completely free to use tool. Open the tool and check as many IP addresses you want without having to purchase any Elite or Basic plan.

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