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Em Segunda, 23 de Fevereiro de 2009, Nicolas François escreveu:
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 12:56:00PM +0100, Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> > 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?
>  * I would expect SPAMS to contain links.
>  * I also expect links in the translation to be the same as in the original
>    description.
> Could these 2 assumptions be used to audit the database from time to time
> (or providing a list of potential SPAM on the front page of DDTSS)
> Should we add this check to the script which checks the translations
> before hey are prepared for the FTP-Masters?
> Best Regards,
> --
> Nekral

carefull... lots of 'real' descriptions have URLs within too.

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