Re: SPAM in DDTSS
That's a dumb spammer, given that the DDTSS is not in any search
engine I'm not sure what they're trying to achieve. I'm not sure how
you can prevent it either, other than requiring a login to edit which
only one language has asked for.
Note that the simple method of this spammer won't affect most
translations because they're more than one paragraph, so the inserted
text would be rejected out of hand for most cases. I suppose we could
blackhole the IP. Any other ideas?
Have a nice day,
On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 12:41 PM, Francisco Javier Cuadrado
> Recently, a Spanish package's description has SPAM.
> It looks like blog or forum SPAM, with a lot of links to some
> products. Can anyone fix this?
>  http://ddtp.debian.net/ddtss/index.cgi/es/forreview/junior-art?1235375969
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- SPAM in DDTSS
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