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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Spam Comments That Are Not Tracking... Interesting? Maybe Someone Can Explain...



 So, I have been getting continuously hit with the same type of spam comment. Since I have moderation on I just delete them as they accumulate.

Exhibit 1 4:08am:


As you can see that just came in this morning and I decided to "publish" it to see if it would show up in Statcounter.

For another test I logged in on a separate browser to test the comment tracking.

Exhibit 2 4:13am:


As you can see, whenever a comment is made it will list the visit page with the ending of #comment-form.

Below is the log from this morning around 4:08am


I have been awaiting a spam comment ( since they are plentiful) so I posted my comment then looked at the time stamps around 4:08 when I published the spam from moderation. Nothing noted for #comment-form.

Also the two visitors only show a few "total visits" nothing compare to volume of comments that want me to "click here and check me out I'm getting naked". Don't they realize I publish FFF once a week and have plenty of "naked" without getting a virus ;)

Exhibit 3:






My question is, how do they get around the "blogger" system of comments OR maybe it's coming from inside the house????









11 comments:

  1. the web can be a very creepy place. hard to tell the good guys from the bad. Keep plugging FI. The good guys will follow you.

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  2. I was one of the visitors earlier this morning, just perusing the page.

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  3. Same idiot visits me too, Irish, nothing better to do...

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  4. Grommet tried to warn us. "When Penguins Turn"

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  5. Looks like the exact same crap I erase every time i check my comments on https://politicallyincorrectcanadian.blogspot.com/

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  6. Track the IP(s) if it helps, but blocking them doesn't work. A once well-known blogger noticed something crawling his file archives, reacted by inadvrtantly blocking all North American universities and the entire country of Bolivia. Don't ask me how I know. :D

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    1. When I worked for a Level 1 internet provider, my T1 was getting saturated and they put a 'bot in one of my computers in my house (I was doing router changes late at night and had to work during times when the traffic levels were lowest).
      I traced the problem to a Class C range that belonged to the University of Edinburgh, at which time I commanded the router to take all FOUR of their IP ranges to route the traffic to NULL - the Bit Bucket. It basically shut them off of external traffic for an entire weekend. It got me in trouble with the Higher Ups until I explained that they were going to STAY that way during the weekend, at which time on Monday I would restore their routing. I did so on Monday, never had any more problems with them. Don't ask me how I know, either... ;P
      There are ways...

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  7. I rarely get much junk like that, but then I only have a few dozen readers.

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  8. I get the exact same comments but they seem to come and go in streaks. I can go a week without a singe one, then for a day or two it seems like it's a few every time I moderate.

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  9. Irish, I get them too (usually on older posts). I delete them when I find them, but they do not show up on Stat Counter. I can understand a guys blog - but one about chickens??? :o(

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  10. I get 'em almost daily on mine. They link to some lame-ass pseudo-porn bullshit.

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