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Help needed adamcmoran msg:405909 1:59 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0) Could some kind person decipher this for me as I have not a clue
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98; fs_ie5_04_2000i; MSIECrawler) Slurp.so FAST-WebCrawler Scooter Gulliver Lycos-Proxy DIIbot Aranha Lycos_Spider_(T-Rex) Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows 98; MSIECrawler) Kenjin Spider Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows NT; Site Server 3.0 Robot) certbytes SearchExpress Spider 0.99c obj InfoSeek Sidewinder
eljefe3 msg:405910 2:44 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)
Looks like your browser log. This identifies who has requested pages from your site. littleman msg:405911 4:04 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)
And a nice one at that! adamcmoran msg:405912 4:22 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)
I realise that it is my browser log Can someone identify the spiders if possible?
oilman msg:405913 4:40 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)
Here's a quick pass at what I can pull out of my brain on the spot:
Slurp - Inktomi
Slurp.so - Inktomi (International) FAST-WebCrawler - Fast - Alltheweb.com Scooter - AV Gulliver - Northern Light Lycos-Proxy - pretty obvious Lycos_Spider_(T-Rex)- pretty obvious InfoSeek Sidewinder - pretty obvious
Hope that helps. Anybody able to fill in the gaps?
adamcmoran msg:405914 4:45 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)
DIIbot Aranha Kenjin Spider
I am especially interested in what these three are as I don't even recognise them.
tedster msg:405915 1:46 am on Sep 7, 2000 (gmt 0)
I used IXQuick to search on these three for you. Here's what I came up with.
DIIbot belongs to a company called
Digital Integrity [ digital-integrity.com] (The link goes to their spider info)
Aranha is the name of a Spanish language get-paid-to-surf site. I am guessing that this is their spider, but I don't know for sure.
Kenjin is an information technology product from a compnay called Autonomy. Their purpose is to help an individual bypass dependency on the commercial search engines. That sounds intriguing, but I didn't have the time to explore any further.