This second list in two months comes after many of the original list's offenders cleaned themselves up and were removed from China's first list of errant Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.

On September 9, 2003, CNNIC and the Internet Society of China published a list of dozens of IP addresses around the world that were responsible for sending spam, or unsolicted commercial email to China-based servers. Since that date, CNNIC has removed 119 IP addresses from that first list because those IPs have ceased to be sources of spam. And one month later on Nov 9, CNNIC published a second list of "Spam Servers", with 172 IP addresses in all.

As of today, though, few of those listed o the subsequent list have been removed.

Among the 172 IPs on this second list, four are from China's mainland, 31 from Taiwan, one from Hong Kong and 136 from abroad. The list is meant to aid China-based Internet Service Providers and foreign-based providers.

Below is an abbreviated list of banned IP addresses from outside of China and the country-level domain designations for each one. For more information you can visit www.isc.org.cn.

200.41.227.132

AR

200.43.157.110

AR

200.81.20.39

AR

202.163.130.7

AU

203.102.166.36

AU

200.101.6.114

BR

200.161.16.159

BR

200.171.96.114

BR

200.181.65.4

BR

200.189.75.236

BR

200.192.140.14

BR

200.199.215.7

BR

200.204.68.188

BR

200.206.188.82

BR

68.146.176.190

CA

200.112.24.152

CL

194.154.128.10

CY

194.154.128.30

CY

80.188.110.213

CZ

212.24.157.166

CZ

212.65.193.4

CZ

213.235.135.70

CZ

213.235.135.71

CZ

213.235.168.106

CZ

81.92.0.4

DE

192.76.144.34

DE

195.143.108.5

DE

213.174.32.96

DE

213.174.32.97

DE

80.32.9.3

ES

80.36.47.143

ES

212.78.131.154

ES

213.97.103.215

ES

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