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Application for monitoring Domains and IPs on RBLs. With blacklistmonitor you can monitor and document IP ranges and domain names for showing up on RBL servers.
- Supports All Major Blacklists. You can customize this list
- Monitor blocks of IPs in CIDR Format and your domains
- Web based reporting
- API for integration or access the mysql database directly
- Email, SMS, and Twitter Alerts
- MySQL or MariaDB are needed for the database.
- Most likely you'll need your own DNS server as well. You can use Bind or even unbound. Bind is easier, unbound may be faster. You can attempt to use your ISPs name servers (see your /etc/resolve.conf). Some large ISPs name servers won't work and you'll need to run your own. Blacklistmonitor will not by default use your OS name servers.
- Apache or Nginx
- SMTP Mail server like postfix
#install apt-get -y install apache2 apt-get -y install mariadb-server mariadb-client mariadb-common apt-get -y install php5 php5-mysqlnd php5-cli php5-curl apt-get -y install bind9 #set to start on boot update-rc.d bind9 defaults update-rc.d apache2 defaults update-rc.d mysql defaults
Go into the directory you want to install BlacklistMonitor into and clone the git repo. Usually this would be a web server directory like /var/www/html/. The rest of the commands below assume you're using this dir and the default config files do as well.
cd /var/www/html/ git clone git://github.com/mikelynn2/blacklistmonitor.git
mysql -p < /var/www/html/blacklistmonitor/setup/blacklistmonitor.sql
cp /var/www/html/blacklistmonitor/setup/blacklistmonitor-apache.conf /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
Copy Default Config
cp /var/www/html/blacklistmonitor/setup/blacklistmonitor.cfg /etc/
After you've copied the config file you need to edit it to customize it for your setup here: /etc/blacklistmonitor.cfg
Don't even try to use google or opendns public DNS servers. Many RBLs block these from queries.
Add the contents of this file into cron
cp /var/www/html/blacklistmonitor/setup/blacklistmonitor.conf /etc/init/
start blacklistmonitor stop blacklistmonitor restart blacklistmonitor
The default username and password to the portal is admin/pa55w0rd It's recommended to change both. Especially if you're installing this on a public network.
Then edit your the value for date.timezone in /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
Watch your log for issues/performance
tail -f /var/log/blacklistmonitor.log