On Tue, 16 May 2006 13:31:19 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [ Paul B ] on Tuesday 16 May 2006 13:04 \__
>> On Tue, 16 May 2006 12:45:37 +0100, Jez <j.ez@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>Honestly, to what lows will people stoop?
>>>I got an email telling me that I have a link from a fairly decent site,
>>>relevant and non spammy BUT asks me to link back to another site. I
>>>check my links as this looks suspicious and the link from the first site
>>>has been up and recipped for about three years!
>>>Some scammer is checking people's back links and trying to trick them
>>>into linking to other sites by tempting them with links they already have!
>Consider yourself fortunate.
>Some of them are even more intrusive, In persistent use of referrer spam,
>they force your site to link back to them. In some cases, they invade your
>Wikis, guestbooks, blogs, and even forums. You sometimes feel like you have
>a special relationship with the spammer.
I had a form on my site so people could fill it in and it would be
added to the guest book. I often got spammers *try* and get added.
I even had a message on there that they would be vetted before being
added. Still didn't stop them though.
>For example: for the past 4 months there has been this Chinese guy who kept
>spamming one of my Wikis every couple of days. I would say "no" and revert
>it back to the old DB state. Overall, I had spent many hours on that bugger
>before I locked the Wiki 2 weeks ago. Another such loveaffair involves some
>bastard with laptop pages. He keeps messing up my guestbook and I must erase
>everything quickly or else I ask for more. That aside, someone broke my
>blog's CAPCHA last week and has been hammering hard and flooding since. It
>is the first time in a year. I am yet to find a solution... there are still
>some Russian banging on phpBB with success and PHP-Nuke likewise. It has
>taken over my days... *sigh* E-mail is worse.
Ouch. Rather you than me.
>> Thanks for the HU Jez.
>> I had one the other week stating that they found me in google with the
>> word "jewellery" ........... i'd like to know how.
>This must have been all that bling-bling on your hand, Paul. *smile*
I don't even wear my wedding ring because of my broken fingers.
I only have about 5 pages of "jewelry" on my site (out over 5000) and
no inbound (or on site) with "jewellery"
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