[SpamCop-List] Re: Links found, but not parsed
bar_n0ne at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 15 08:48:42 EST 2005
"eddie" <eddie at eddie.web> wrote in message
news:pan.2005.03.15.04.29.21.298000 at eddie.web...
> On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 02:01:11 +0000, Ant scratched out the following:
> > "Ant" wrote:
> >> Here's the tracker - it's still not doing anything.
> > I've just reported three more spams. Two went through first time, and
> > required a single page refresh to track the link.
> > And would you adam and eve it - the above tracker now parses the link!
> It's clearly some kind of SC bug. Only those of us who use the web
> interface notice it. Bulk and email submissions will simply go through
> without anyone knowing that the URLs were not reported.
> I refresh once and if it doesn't work I simply chalk it up to whatever and
> move on. I pay my money and I take my choice. It's not worth complaining
> about. Only if it happens to enough users will the squeaky gear get oiled.
> Once movie theaters gave out steak knives
> Today they confiscate them
since a few weeks, I've noticed "no links found" when there were links,
reparsing usually found links by and by.
more recently, since a few days, maybe a week, I still see that, but also
now see links found, but no attempt to actusally try to parse them, again,
persistent attempts to reparse eventually will result in a parse.
Of course there are still the ones that are parsed, but the IP is not found,
also, for some of these, reparsing will eventually yield a reporting
address. those are usually the ones in either flakey or deliberately slow
subnets (222.221.*.*) or was it (221.222.*.*) i forget exactly.
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