Notices tagged with spam

  1. @clacke @vinzv @bob @hattiecat https://archived.website #

    about 6 months ago from indy.im
  2. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    about 8 months ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  3. Oh, eine Mail von Amazon! Wird doch kein # sein? http://qttr.at/21l5

    about 9 months ago from quitter.se
  4. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    about a year ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  5. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    about a year ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  6. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    about a year ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  7. @metapunk yeah, # is indeed a problem, though bigbrotherdata and googlization reduce it together with your freedom.

    Friday, 28-Apr-17 20:45:00 UTC from quitter.se
  8. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Tuesday, 21-Mar-17 22:10:10 UTC from gs.kawa-kun.com
  9. En plan de continuar molestando a la comunidad !fediverse de !gnusocial voy a contarles los nuevos cambios en el #:

    1- Migré desde # a # por lo que la nueva url es https://gnulinuxfiliaincurable.gitlab.io

    2- Añadí una página sobre el blog y configuré el rss

    3- Terminé la edición principal del tema (falta reparar algunos problemas con el # en !firefox para móviles. Quedan otros detalles pendientes, pero son menores.

    4- Licencié el contenido bajo cc-by-nc-nd. Al tema lo publiqué con licencia Apache 2.0 para compatibilizar con Hugo. Pueden verlo aquí: https://gitlab.com/gnulinuxfiliaincurable/gnulinuxfiliaincuarble-hugo-theme

    Debo decir que el blog ahora está decentemente visitable, pero es mi responsabilidad pedirles que no lo hagan, pues esta publicación no es otra cosa que #, # #

    /cc !fellowship !bobinas

    Saturday, 11-Mar-17 00:29:17 UTC from bobinas.p4g.club
  10. En plan de continuar molestando a la comunidad !fediverse de !gnusocial voy a contarles los nuevos cambios en el #:

    1- Migré desde # a # por lo que la nueva url es https://gnulinuxfiliaincurable.gitlab.io

    2- Añadí una página sobre el blog y configuré el rss

    3- Terminé la edición principal del tema (falta reparar algunos problemas con el # en !firefox para móviles. Quedan otros detalles pendientes, pero son menores.

    4- Licencié el contenido bajo cc-by-nc-nd. Al tema lo publiqué con licencia Apache 2.0 para compatibilizar con Hugo. Pueden verlo aquí: https://gitlab.com/gnulinuxfiliaincurable/gnulinuxfiliaincuarble-hugo-theme

    Debo decir que el blog ahora está decentemente visitable, pero es mi responsabilidad pedirles que no lo hagan, pues esta publicación no es otra cosa que #, # #

    /cc !fellowship !bobinas

    Saturday, 11-Mar-17 00:27:16 UTC from bobinas.p4g.club
  11. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Wednesday, 08-Mar-17 02:10:06 UTC from gs.kawa-kun.com
  12. @hauke ja, gibts! Eine tolle GNUsocial-Instanz für Werbung und Kommerzielle: qttr.at/1oig "Microblogging for Web Professionals" aka #

    Tuesday, 07-Feb-17 12:56:49 UTC from quitter.se
  13. El registro sólo con invitaciones, por el alto # que entra. De ahora en mas en !legadolibre !gnusocial !gsocial

    Sunday, 29-Jan-17 18:43:27 UTC from legadolibre.com.ar at 34°51'59"S 61°31'48"W in context
  14. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Sunday, 15-Jan-17 16:40:11 UTC from gs.kawa-kun.com
  15. Debido # realizado. No los molesto por un rato xD # !gnusocial !fediverse #

    Saturday, 07-Jan-17 19:56:15 UTC from bobinas.p4g.club
  16. I suspect that that free-as-in-gratis webmail platforms provide both the scale to do good spam filtering for their users, and a poorly-secured source of # targets from their users' address books. Better to be "inside the cloud, Potato Knishesing out", I suppose.

    Saturday, 24-Dec-16 11:13:17 UTC from microblog.ourcoffs.org.au in context
  17. I have to keep reminding myself that I live in a civilised country, so Thad and Maude's enthusiastic endorsement of discount meds is not relevant. # #

    Saturday, 24-Dec-16 10:56:22 UTC from microblog.ourcoffs.org.au in context
  18. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Wednesday, 21-Dec-16 17:25:06 UTC from gs.kawa-kun.com
  19. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as # And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Monday, 12-Dec-16 11:10:07 UTC from gs.kawa-kun.com
  20. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as #

    And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Saturday, 10-Dec-16 19:58:32 UTC from gnusocial.club in context Repeated by deavmi
  21. No, It's worse than that! I'm talking degradation by diminishing the reputation of newcomer domains so that mail sent from them becomes more likely to be flagged as #

    And it's not the type of spam that ends up in the user's spam folder; it's the one that doesn't even make it through the filter, might as well not even have been sent!

    Saturday, 10-Dec-16 19:58:32 UTC from gnusocial.club in context
  22. wtf is this # volley on # tonight? In both OFTC and Freenode. Botnet maybe?

    Saturday, 10-Dec-16 03:14:49 UTC from quitter.se
  23. Don't be fooled: ad # in quitter.se is a serious problem. I hope it gets extinguished before it gets out of control.

    Thursday, 01-Dec-16 14:29:30 UTC from quitter.se in context
  24. Ah so emails I've sent were refuesd as # in a corporate email address from a torified client. Why people are so afraid of #? !privacy

    Saturday, 08-Oct-16 23:54:30 UTC from quitter.se
  25. Just a few # after extracting my # # # # Nothing new, business as usual. # # # # etc.
    http://www.sami-lehtinen.net/blog/2fa-sms-email-spf-spam-fix-bug-request-contract-termination-data-retention-ovh-rants

    Sunday, 11-Sep-16 09:52:38 UTC from loadaverage.org
  26. Well, I now understand why I was getting most of that "India spam" in triplicate: they were sending it to three different (domain-registration-related) email addresses. So now I have 3 filters set up in Thunderbird to keep this c**p out of my inbox. *ugh* #

    Friday, 12-Aug-16 06:09:17 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com in context
  27. Very weird - I'm suddenly getting a load of 'political spam', most of it in triplicate, clearly targeted at India. It's sent to an email address I'm using for a registrar where I have registered some .in domains... should be systematic enough to filter out, but t's weird to suddenly see this popping up. #

    Thursday, 11-Aug-16 18:29:26 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com in context
  28. Twitter claimed that totally legitimate automatically posting bot was spam. Sure, it linked to new articles, up to 100 links / day. But they didn't ever specify what's spam and what's not. I've been annoyed by that fact often (on other services too).
    # # # #

    Saturday, 23-Jul-16 08:59:21 UTC from loadaverage.org in context Repeated by sim
  29. Twitter claimed that totally legitimate automatically posting bot was spam. Sure, it linked to new articles, up to 100 links / day. But they didn't ever specify what's spam and what's not. I've been annoyed by that fact often (on other services too).
    # # # #

    Saturday, 23-Jul-16 08:59:21 UTC from loadaverage.org in context Repeated by moonman
  30. Twitter claimed that totally legitimate automatically posting bot was spam. Sure, it linked to new articles, up to 100 links / day. But they didn't ever specify what's spam and what's not. I've been annoyed by that fact often (on other services too).
    # # # #

    Saturday, 23-Jul-16 08:59:21 UTC from loadaverage.org in context

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