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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

Here you will find my small graffiti board where I write about things I come to think about.

In my blog, I write about the general unfairness of life, about spam mail, vintage computers, board games, Norwegians, current and not-so-current affairs, technology and whatever else occurs to me — in other words, a glorious mess. All opinion expressed here are of course my own, and all similarities with any living people is of course intentional.

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Stupid blog comment spammer who just doesn’t quit

Published: Saturday 2006-02-11.

I am under attack from a very insistent blog comment spammer who tries to add links to a number of on-line poker and casino pages as comments to two of my blog postings. It all started with a computer in Bulgaria requesting the two pages in question, with the page referrer set to a broken Google address, after which someone, every few minutes, has been trying to post poker and casino links from different IP addresses more than two hundred times since Friday night.

What he doesn’t seem to realize is that I have a very simple filter that ensures that his comment doesn’t “stick”. The only thing that happens is that I get a message saying that someone has been trying to spam me. Unfortunately I am unable to block him since he never uses the same open IP relay more than once, and (after the initial probe) uses a system that looks just like a regular web browser.

Oh well, it is just annoying for me, you readers don’t have to see any of it. Except for this posting, of course.

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