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Excerpt: I had a comment spammer’s site shut down. Apparently the spammer didn’t appreciate it. Read the whole article…

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November 9, 2003 1:19 AM

Comment spam writings and beatings.

Excerpt: Beating: Joseph Duemer billed his comment spammer. Well done! :D Writings: Adam Kalsey has written a brief comment spam manifesto. I agree 100%! Just because anyone can fill in a form on a site and get their views out into he open with mine does not g...

Chris
November 9, 2003 1:27 AM

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November 9, 2003 8:41 PM

Spam Talk

Excerpt: Adam Kalsey shut down a comment spammer, who then proceeded to threaten Adam & try and defend himself by saying it was his competition plugging his site. Yeah sure it was.

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November 10, 2003 7:38 AM

The war against comment spam

Excerpt: There is a surge in posts about comment spam, and this vitality is a good sign as long as solutions...

JJ
November 10, 2003 7:47 AM

Brilliant, as well as useless. Nothing short of an intelligent virus that will wipe out all spammers from the face of earth will do them. But thanks for the effort, anyways.

David
November 10, 2003 8:56 AM

Very good job, this is an example of spam fighting that must be followed by all blog owners. They want our blogs to be the third generation spam victims after mail boxes and guestbooks. Regards from blogspam.org David

Chris Vance
November 10, 2003 9:16 AM

What I think JJ mean to write, is that we need an intelligentsia virus, insofar as it does not affect the intelligent. :-)

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November 10, 2003 9:34 AM

Open Letter to Spammers

Excerpt: Good morning, You may not know me. I'm the little guy. You could see me on the street and not even see me. I might even be the guy who asked you what time it was when you were in...

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November 10, 2003 10:04 AM

http://www.jacobsen.no/anders/blog/sideblog/archives/2003_11.html#000805

Excerpt: Adam chases a spammer and lives to tell the tale in: "Spam Talk". Fun reading. Keep up the good work, Adam!...

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November 10, 2003 4:18 PM

Bloggers fight back against comment spam

Excerpt: Two interesting tales of bloggers taking it upon themselves to track down the spammers who posted ads on their comments page. Burning bird and Kelsey. And for those bloggers who use MovableType, here is an essential tool in the fight...

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November 12, 2003 8:38 AM

The war against comment spam

Excerpt: You know that the world is becoming a crazy place when the spammers are threatening legal action! That's exactly what happened to Adam Kalsey -- he had a spammer's account shut down and is now receiving harassing notes from said...

Lyle Kantrovich
November 12, 2003 2:58 PM

Go Adam! Thanks for taking the time to put one of those *(&$@@$^$#;s in their place.

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November 12, 2003 4:39 PM

How much spam do you get daily?

Excerpt: Just today, we've received 6 spam comments. That's it, I'm disabling posting comments. Just kiddin'. I took some steps to...

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November 12, 2003 4:54 PM

Adam Kalsey Shuts Down a Spammer.

Excerpt: Ah, a nice attack on Comment Spamming taken out by Adam Kalsey. One does wonder, how did he find out the host of the mysterious "Viagra" spammer? Also, how did the "Viagra" spammer find out that Mr. Kalsey was indeed...

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November 13, 2003 1:35 PM

The gauntlet has been thrown

Excerpt: As those of you who have blogs (and those of you who read them) are aware, spammers have graduated from learning how to send email to figuring out how to post comments as well. Poor Luke was lamenting recently on...

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November 13, 2003 1:37 PM

The gauntlet has been thrown

Excerpt: As those of you who have blogs (and those of you who read them) are aware, spammers have graduated from learning how to send email to figuring out how to post comments as well. Poor Luke was lamenting recently on...

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November 13, 2003 3:35 PM

The ongoing war against comment spam

Excerpt: During my wanderings, one particular thing caught my attention. One entry on Adam Kalsey's weblog where a person replied to an accusation of being a comment spammer: they said that someone (one of their competitors) had posted the spam whilst masquerad...

Jez
November 14, 2003 10:59 AM

I got about 20 "Viagra" comment spams a few days ago, and traced the IP to Spain. I'm not tech-savvy enough to go any further, though. So thanks for pissing off this spammer! If they're annoyed, as this guy clearly was, then you're doing the right thing.

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