The INPS_DE blacklist, operated out of Germany recently decided to shut down their blacklist service due to changes in regulations. As such, we have temporarily removed them from our blacklist monitoring services. If they decide to reinstate their blacklist database we will re-evaluate their inclusion in our monitoring.
Notice of blacklist database termination from the blacklist operator:
For more than 10 years I, Christian Jung, have been working with passion and enthusiasm the inps.de DNSBL and the inps.de DNSWL. I wanted to work with these projects which have been very well received, making the internet a little bit better and also to be a small part of it.
The protection of data has always played a significant role in development. The entry into force of the basic data protection regulation DSGVO on 25.05.2018 succeeded for However, a massive insecurity and with the means available to me I can get one Legal advice, which would provide the necessary clarity, at the present time simply can not afford.
For this reason, I have decided with a heavy heart, the inps.de DNSBL for the time being “put on ice” and to offer it to the public only when there is clarity in this respect. From my DNS servers will be delivered an empty zone, so that all previously entered IP addresses to the outside are no longer registered. I thank from the bottom of my heart all those who have supported my projects in the past years so energetically supported. Without this support would be the hit rate far from being so good.