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 The lists consist usually of a list of IP addresses whose owners refuse to stop the proliferation of spam and proxies, hosts that have been seen sending spam or attacking IRC networks, etc. Often, with dynamic IP addresses, a person who had an IP before you may have had a virus, or been hacked and  The lists consist usually of a list of IP addresses whose owners refuse to stop the proliferation of spam and proxies, hosts that have been seen sending spam or attacking IRC networks, etc. Often, with dynamic IP addresses, a person who had an IP before you may have had a virus, or been hacked and 
  
-Usually being listed in SORBS just means someone who had your dynamic IP before you had a virus or trojan. Most users have dynamic IP's that change whenever they connect to the internet. Read our [[help:rbl|RBL]] and [[help:loc|Login On Connect]] pages to learn how to turn off SORBS RBL checking when you use AfterNET.+Usually being listed in SORBS just means someone who had your dynamic IP before you had a virus or trojan. Most users have dynamic IP's that change whenever they connect to the internet. Read our [[help:connecting:​dnsbl|DNSBL]] and [[help:connecting:​login-on-connect|Login On Connect]] pages to learn how to turn off SORBS RBL checking when you use AfterNET.