RTFM, and what do you find? MTBlacklist Updater 1.0 and MT-Blacklist Updater, both add-ins to an add-in! The Internet is wonderful. The first one looks like a moderately complex install; the second sounds easier. (Although there's a security issue noted, unless you either put it above the webroot or create a dummy user with no privileges; I'll but it up out of reach, thank you..)
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Well, FWIW I did install MT-Blacklist Updater and it works great. (I had to create a new user, and remove its posting privileges for security.) As a result my blacklist file is now somewhat large, but it seems effective.