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Re: Spammers

by Martijn » Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:06 pm

Perhaps they're getting their metric and imperial measurements mixed up? Them silly Canadians can't even decide on a native language. :maple:

Re: Spammers

by Dai » Fri Jul 28, 2017 5:01 pm

You wish 8" that was far too small. XD :bum:

Re: Spammers

by Martijn » Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:56 am

Haven't found any spam in my Junkmail folder aside from the usual stuff - African sollicitors asking for my bank account details to transfer the massive amounts of gold and diamonds from yet another great-uncle who recently passed away in Timbuktu, and Canadian pharmacies informing me that eight inch is far too small and that they have pills to fix that. So.... the Russian spam seems to limit itself to the site admin's email only, which I guess is sort of a Good Thing? :shifty:

Re: Spammers

by minamoto » Tue Jul 25, 2017 6:21 am

ohh can't be more simple than that, I am a Master of the delete-key ;)

Re: Spammers

by Dai » Mon Jul 24, 2017 6:50 pm

:eeek: Yikes! :eeek:

That sounds like a load of trouble. What a bunch of naughty arseholes. Good luck getting that cleared up mate, doesn't sound like a simple affair. :(

Re: Spammers

by minamoto » Mon Jul 24, 2017 11:54 am

yay - the spambots now found the admin e-mail and are happily spamming it... :eeew:

Re: Spammers

by minamoto » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:27 pm

from my knowledge and experience this shite just happens from time to time, working in online marketing you hear each month or so of another attack here or there. That's pretty common - sadly. Usually one would try to rip off a company to get some cash out of it.

So it's like a rising and falling tide.

Changed a few things with the registration process, also banning and deleting the silly bots. Hopefully we'll have some more days of happy spamming on our own.

One have to be mindfull, not clicking Mel Gibs little thong, in the webs.

Thank YOU guys for reporting all the crap so I could easily delete it :thumbsup:

Re: Spammers

by Martijn » Wed Jul 19, 2017 8:46 pm

To be honest I WAS tempted to save those pics to my hard drive for future mischief, but I was afraid they'd have viruses. ;)

Re: Spammers

by Dai » Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:21 pm

Martijn wrote:
Wed Jul 19, 2017 1:35 pm
If I remember correctly we had a dozen or so mods and admins from all over the world at that site, so there was almost always someone online to delete spambots and their drivel ASAP. I was the moderator fortunate enough to be online one morning when a spambot had just posted about forty messages containing photoshopped images of Mel Gibson and Johnny Depp playing hanky-panky. Still wake up screaming after all these years. :sad:
Whatever Squigg - that was your thang. XD XD XD

In all serious though, thankyou Mods and Admins and Kings and Queens and Archdukes for keeping this place safe and sound from intrusive shitbags. :thumbsup:

Re: Spammers

by Martijn » Wed Jul 19, 2017 1:35 pm

If I remember correctly we had a dozen or so mods and admins from all over the world at that site, so there was almost always someone online to delete spambots and their drivel ASAP. I was the moderator fortunate enough to be online one morning when a spambot had just posted about forty messages containing photoshopped images of Mel Gibson and Johnny Depp playing hanky-panky. Still wake up screaming after all these years. :sad:

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