__/ [ www.1-script.com ] on Wednesday 17 May 2006 18:53 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Consider yourself fortunate.
>> Some of them are even more intrusive, In persistent use of referrer
>> they force your site to link back to them. In some cases, they invade
>> Wikis, guestbooks, blogs, and even forums. You sometimes feel like you
>> a special relationship with the spammer.
> I guess it's safe to assume that this is on top of the usual multiple
> break-in attempts into your web server?
I have never checked, actually. These will not become evident from glances at
the 404 error logs. My passwords are not weak, but it's possible to hijack
or wreak havoc in some server given a bad script that permits too much or
exposes something that's deep inside and should not be visible.
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