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Sarah Gara
23/09/2009
5:53:28 PM
flu1973@hotmail.com anyone know this email? - I just got one from it saying "Hello fellow VCC member" - but my email put it in junk.. i don't know how they found that email though as I don't really use it for Chocky - only facebook - old address. I want to see what it says but don't want to mark it as safe It's from a Jay R?

Also, chocky has been dull today - I was expecting great things when i got back to my desk and all i get is abuse, rejection and Mattj stealing my lovely new Cams... sniff!! x
egosan
23/09/2009
6:00:07 PM
That's ok, Sarah. You can still use them if you climb with one of us:)

Sarah Gara
23/09/2009
6:02:24 PM
not the same Sol... sniff... meanies. What do you need more Cams for anyway? x
egosan
23/09/2009
6:11:41 PM
On 23/09/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>not the same Sol... sniff... meanies. What do you need more Cams for anyway?
>x

What kind of question is that?

Sarah Gara
23/09/2009
6:17:24 PM
I so should have stolen that baby one on Sunday... x
egosan
23/09/2009
6:18:57 PM
Thou shalt not covet your neighbor's rack.

rodw
23/09/2009
7:18:06 PM
Its most probably a bot, there are a lot around at the momnet trawling the net....put a captcha on sign ups and it will stop.

BoulderBaby
24/09/2009
4:29:31 AM
Miss Mary wants me baaaad.


I'm desperate to hear the response to your lingo'd email, Rod!

ajfclark
24/09/2009
9:31:38 AM
On 23/09/2009 rodw wrote:
>Its most probably a bot, there are a lot around at the momnet trawling the net....put a captcha on sign ups and it will stop.

I doubt that. Most likely, who/whatever this is already has every address of every member as once you're logged in the membership directory lists every member and every member's email address. So this instance is not stoppable.

Regarding using Captcha to stop future instances, I suspect this particular harvest signup was done manually as it'd be a lot of work to write a script that could recognise every signup page under the sun and respond to the emails. If Chockstone were using a known bulletin board package it would make sense that a script signed up, but I don't think Chockstone is.

So how do we make it harder for the next spammer is the question?
- something like what facebook does and have a script that generates an image with the email address in it - I think this is a fair amount of work for Mike
- use javascript to decode a obfuscated string into a mailto: link - More doable
- just use HTML character encoding to make it harder for a script to parse out mailto links - Simple but doesn't defeat as many scripts as the two options above
- make the links unclickable and turn @ into [ at ] or something - Very simple but also fairly simple to work around

IdratherbeclimbingM9
24/09/2009
9:40:18 AM
... or a combination of some of the above?


risa is discombobulated; as I got another yahoo addy from her in another 'original contact email'; being
>risa_idonatus@yahoo.com

... ajfclark spur to yahoo may have worked for risa to change addy yet again?

Sabu
24/09/2009
10:19:33 AM
I remember receving one a little while back which was different to these ones described. It used a variant of the email and the name you got M9. Took me a little while to work out that it wasn't quite right. Unfortunately its long gone so i can't post any more details but i was rather weird.

oh and don't forget to post up the replies to your baitings M9!

ajfclark
24/09/2009
10:23:05 AM
On 24/09/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>... or a combination of some of the above?

If I get a chance today I might write some more ASP.

ambyeok
24/09/2009
11:10:07 AM
On 24/09/2009 ajfclark wrote:
>On 24/09/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>... or a combination of some of the above?
>
>If I get a chance today I might write some more ASP.

That post might be a bit technical for this forum. For those lucky folk not ensconced in the IT world a translation would be "If I get a chance today I might do some internet (forum) software writing thingy"
egosan
24/09/2009
11:18:23 AM
On 24/09/2009 ambyeok wrote:
>On 24/09/2009 ajfclark wrote:
>>On 24/09/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>>... or a combination of some of the above?
>>
>>If I get a chance today I might write some more ASP.
>
>That post might be a bit technical for this forum. For those lucky folk
>not ensconced in the IT world a translation would be "If I get a chance
>today I might do some internet (forum) software writing thingy"

You obviously are not bilingual, Ambyeok. The direct translation of afjclarks statement
is:

"If I get bored browsing p0rn, I will copy and paste some code from some website and
hope it works on ours."


ambyeok
24/09/2009
11:29:13 AM
Touche egosan, touche. I bow to your superior translation.
Tris
24/09/2009
11:37:11 AM

ajfclark
24/09/2009
11:51:23 AM
On 24/09/2009 egosan wrote:
>"If I get bored browsing p0rn, I will copy and paste some code from some website and hope it works on ours."

Not quite. More translating something I've got in PHP to ASP.

ambyeok
24/09/2009
11:58:07 AM
On 24/09/2009 ajfclark wrote:
>Not quite. More translating something I've got in PHP to ASP.

AJF appears to be attempting to translate something in Porn Handjob Protocol to Actual Sex Protocol. Good luck buddy, not IT geek has ever pulled this off (pun unintended but welcome).

ajfclark
24/09/2009
12:25:18 PM
You'd welcome whatever you could get, wouldn't you?

ambyeok
24/09/2009
12:31:33 PM
On 24/09/2009 ajfclark wrote:
>You'd welcome whatever you could get, wouldn't you?

Yep, thats why I replied to Risa

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