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  • popsgarland

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    easy rider

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    Just needed to blow off some steam.

    There are always scammers trying to get through in sufficient numbers to be really irritating. And that's just the ones I see. Since every mod screens new accounts, that means that there are probably five times as many account creation attempts as what I see.

    Persistent buggers, enough so that I got a little irritated this morning, especially at the one who put "Captain America" in his disposable email address.

    That was just insulting.
    That and stealing my true identity. Pffft!
     

    karlac

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    A note to spammers -

    I don't get you guys.

    Just because your email is CaptainAmerica@somedomain.nooneknows and you say your location is "america", do you think that's enough to get an account? Especially when you don't even bother to hide your IP originating in Valsad, India?

    Spammers, y'all are just plain dumb. Persistent, yes, but still dumb.

    A curse upon all your houses.
    Yep.

    Was forced to close a profitable, pioneering tech business (DNS Wizard, the very first web based DNS management system) because the technology at the time (and the cost of a bigger pipe) was not advanced enough to stop nightly attacks on our 15 servers (to the point their daily logs were huge), and eventual theft of our source code.

    It was also the beginning of DDoS attacks. coming mainly from the Pacific Rim, Russia and India, very difficult to defend against at the time.

    AAMOF, there was a stolen website in India that I wrote every single word of that was still online a few years back.

    If that won't frost your nuts ..
     
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