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Synonyms for blacklist

Synonyms for blacklist

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Synonyms for blacklist

a list of people who are out of favor

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put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted

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While these blocklists do provide some 'security' they are not foolproof," it said.
Habeas Advisory Services help organizations implement e-mail best practices to address ever-changing industry standards and market requirements, enabling these businesses to avoid being placed on public blocklists, alienating customers or otherwise negatively impacting online business reputation, performance and revenue.
Major New Version of Corporate Guardian Features Enterprise Reporting, IWF Child-Pornography Blocklists and More to Protect Networks from Today's Perils
The recognition pattern for this attack has been added to Guardian's Malicious Code Detection Blocklist -- so that any web page containing this malicious code, regardless of where it comes from, will be blocked.
Our relationship with Spamhaus, builder of the world's most respected spam blocklist, will allow us to continue leading the industry fight against spam.
Until now only 'individual' E-mail addresses could be blocked, but today there are services that permit users to blocklist or whitelist an entire domain.
Emails are ccould be e currently screened against blocklists, which stop messages from known spammers getting through.
Most service providers use these blocklists to enforce message blocking rules and as a consequence, legitimate email sent from these ranges gets blocked.
To ensure that blocklists are kept current and legally compliant, it offers automatic daily updates from the Internet Watch Foundation and screens the actual content and construction of Web pages in detail, detecting and blocking objectionable material, dangerous hidden content and proxy sites.
0 features improved algorithms used for the parsing of HTML objects in mail messages; improved analysis of graphic attachments; an extended and improved mechanism for analysing message headers; and new filtering technologies, including the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and Spam URL Realtime Blocklists (SURBL), the company said.
Blocklists maybe of limited use, since spammers constantly set up new addresses from which to send mail, and the registries sometimes include legitimate e-mail addresses.