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#!perl -w
=head1 NAME
dnsbl - handle DNS BlackList lookups
=head1 DESCRIPTION
Plugin that checks the IP address of the incoming connection against
a configurable set of RBL services.
=head1 USAGE
Add the following line to the config/plugins file:
dnsbl
The following options are also availble:
=head2 reject [ 0 | 1 | naughty ]
dnsbl reject 0 <- do not reject
dnsbl reject 1 <- reject
dnsbl reject naughty <- See perldoc plugins/naughty
Also, when I<reject naughty> is set, DNS queries are processed during connect.
=head2 reject_type [ temp | perm | disconnect ]
Default: perm
To immediately drop the connection (since some blacklisted servers attempt
multiple sends per session), set I<reject_type disconnect>. In most cases,
an IP address that is listed should not be given the opportunity to begin a
new transaction, since even the most volatile blacklists will return the same
answer for a short period of time (the minimum DNS cache period).
=head2 loglevel
dnsbl [loglevel -1]
Adjust the quantity of logging for this plugin. See docs/logging.pod
=head1 CONFIG FILES
This plugin uses the following configuration files. All are optional. Not
specifying dnsbl_zones is like not using the plugin at all.
=head2 dnsbl_zones
Normal ip based dns blocking lists ("RBLs") which contain TXT records are
specified simply as:
relays.ordb.org
spamsources.fabel.dk
To configure RBL services which do not contain TXT records in the DNS,
but only A records (e.g. the RBL+ at http://www.mail-abuse.org), specify your
own error message to return in the SMTP conversation after a colon e.g.
rbl-plus.mail-abuse.org:You are listed at - http://http://www.mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?%IP%
The string %IP% will be replaced with the IP address of incoming connection.
Thus a fully specified file could be:
sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org
list.dsbl.org
rbl-plus.mail-abuse.ja.net:Listed by rbl-plus.mail-abuse.ja.net - see <URL:http://www.mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?%IP%>
relays.ordb.org
=head2 dnsbl_allow
List of allowed ip addresses that bypass RBL checking. Format is one entry per line,
with either a full IP address or a truncated IP address with a period at the end.
For example:
192.168.1.1
172.16.33.
NB the environment variable RBLSMTPD is considered before this file is
referenced. See below.
=head2 dnsbl_rejectmsg
A textual message that is sent to the sender on an RBL failure. The TXT record
from the RBL list is also sent, but this file can be used to indicate what
action the sender should take.
For example:
If you think you have been blocked in error, then please forward
this entire error message to your ISP so that they can fix their problems.
The next line often contains a URL that can be visited for more information.
=head1 Environment Variables
=head2 RBLSMTPD
The environment variable RBLSMTPD is supported and mimics the behaviour of
Dan Bernstein's rblsmtpd. The exception to this is the '-' char at the
start of RBLSMTPD which is used to force a hard error in Dan's rblsmtpd.
NB I don't really see the benefit
of using a soft error for a site in an RBL list. This just complicates
things as it takes 7 days (or whatever default period) before a user
gets an error email back. In the meantime they are complaining that their
emails are being "lost" :(
=over 4
=item RBLSMTPD is set and non-empty
The contents are used as the SMTP conversation error.
Use this for forcibly blocking sites you don't like
=item RBLSMTPD is set, but empty
In this case no RBL checks are made.
This can be used for local addresses.
=item RBLSMTPD is not set
All RBL checks will be made.
This is the setting for remote sites that you want to check against RBL.
=back
=head1 Revisions
See: https://github.com/smtpd/qpsmtpd/commits/master/plugins/dnsbl
=cut
sub register {
my ($self, $qp) = (shift, shift);
if (@_ % 2) {
$self->{_args}{reject_type} = shift; # backwards compatibility
}
else {
$self->{_args} = {@_};
}
# explicitly state legacy reject behavior
if (!defined $self->{_args}{reject_type}) {
$self->{_args}{reject_type} = 'perm';
}
if (!defined $self->{_args}{reject}) {
$self->{_args}{reject} = 1;
}
}
sub hook_connect {
my ($self, $transaction) = @_;
# perform RBLSMTPD checks to mimic DJB's rblsmtpd
# RBLSMTPD being non-empty means it contains the failure message to return
if (defined $ENV{'RBLSMTPD'} && $ENV{'RBLSMTPD'} ne '') {
my $reject = $self->{_args}{reject};
return $self->return_env_message() if $reject && $reject eq 'connect';
}
return DECLINED if $self->is_immune();
return DECLINED if $self->is_set_rblsmtpd();
return DECLINED if $self->ip_whitelisted();
my $dnsbl_zones = $self->get_dnsbl_zones() or return DECLINED;
my $timeout = $self->{_args}{timeout} || 30;
my $resolv = $self->{_resolver} = $self->get_resolver(timeout=>$timeout)
or return DECLINED;
for my $dnsbl (keys %$dnsbl_zones) {
my $query = $self->get_query($dnsbl) or do {
if ($resolv->errorstring ne 'NXDOMAIN') {
$self->log(LOGERROR, "$dnsbl query failed: ",
$resolv->errorstring);
}
next;
};
my $a_record = 0;
my $result;
foreach my $rr ($query->answer) {
if ($rr->type eq 'A') {
$result = $rr->name;
$self->log(LOGDEBUG,
"found A for $result with IP " . $rr->address);
}
elsif ($rr->type eq 'TXT') {
$self->log(LOGDEBUG, "found TXT, " . $rr->txtdata);
$result = $rr->txtdata;
}
next if !$result;
$self->adjust_karma(-1);
if (!$dnsbl) { ($dnsbl) = ($result =~ m/(?:\d+\.){4}(.*)/); }
if (!$dnsbl) { $dnsbl = $result; }
if ($a_record) {
if (defined $dnsbl_zones->{$dnsbl}) {
my $smtp_msg = $dnsbl_zones->{$dnsbl};
my $remote_ip = $self->qp->connection->remote_ip;
$smtp_msg =~ s/%IP%/$remote_ip/g;
return $self->get_reject($smtp_msg, $dnsbl);
}
return $self->get_reject("Blocked by $dnsbl");
}
return $self->get_reject($result, $dnsbl);
}
}
$self->log(LOGINFO, 'pass');
return DECLINED;
}
sub get_dnsbl_zones {
my $self = shift;
my %dnsbl_zones =
map { (split /:/, $_, 2)[0, 1] } $self->qp->config('dnsbl_zones');
if (!%dnsbl_zones) {
$self->log(LOGDEBUG, "skip, no zones");
return;
}
$self->{_dnsbl}{zones} = \%dnsbl_zones;
return \%dnsbl_zones;
}
sub get_query {
my ($self, $dnsbl) = @_;
my $remote_ip = $self->qp->connection->remote_ip;
my $reversed_ip = join('.', reverse(split(/\./, $remote_ip)));
# fix to find A records, if the dnsbl_zones line has a second field 20/1/04 ++msp
if (defined $self->{_dnsbl}{zones}{$dnsbl}) {
$self->log(LOGDEBUG, "Checking $reversed_ip.$dnsbl for A record");
return $self->{_resolver}->query("$reversed_ip.$dnsbl");
}
$self->log(LOGDEBUG, "Checking $reversed_ip.$dnsbl for TXT record");
return $self->{_resolver}->query("$reversed_ip.$dnsbl", 'TXT');
}
sub is_set_rblsmtpd {
my $self = shift;
my $remote_ip = $self->qp->connection->remote_ip;
if (!defined $ENV{'RBLSMTPD'}) {
$self->log(LOGDEBUG, "RBLSMTPD not set for $remote_ip");
return;
}
if ($ENV{'RBLSMTPD'} ne '') {
$self->log(LOGINFO, "RBLSMTPD=\"$ENV{'RBLSMTPD'}\" for $remote_ip");
return $ENV{'RBLSMTPD'};
}
$self->log(LOGINFO, "RBLSMTPD set, but empty for $remote_ip");
return 1; # don't return empty string, it evaluates to false
}
sub ip_whitelisted {
my ($self) = @_;
my $remote_ip = $self->qp->connection->remote_ip;
return grep {
s/\.?$/./;
$_ eq substr($remote_ip . '.', 0, length $_)
} $self->qp->config('dnsbl_allow');
}
sub return_env_message {
my $self = shift;
my $result = $ENV{'RBLSMTPD'};
my $remote_ip = $self->qp->connection->remote_ip;
$result =~ s/%IP%/$remote_ip/g;
my $msg = $self->qp->config('dnsbl_rejectmsg');
$self->log(LOGINFO, "fail, $msg");
return $self->get_reject_type(), join(' ', $msg, $result);
}
sub hook_rcpt {
my ($self, $transaction, $rcpt, %param) = @_;
if ($rcpt->user =~ /^(?:postmaster|abuse|mailer-daemon|root)$/i) {
$self->log(LOGWARN,
"skip, don't blacklist special account: " . $rcpt->user);
# clear the naughty connection note here, if desired.
$self->is_naughty(0);
}
return DECLINED;
}
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