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suggybot née sgcrawlerbot Pfui msg:4372167 3:54 am on Oct 8, 2011 (gmt 0) A name change but still "v0.01a" version; still crawling from Germany: 18.104.22.168 Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; suggybot v0.01a, http ://blog .suggy .com/was-ist-suggy/suggy-webcrawler/) robots.txt? Yes Another UA from PHP for the IP [ ...] and here (07-2010) [ projecthoneypot.org ...] -- webmasterworld.com Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; sgbot v0.01a, sgcrawlerbot @gmail.com)
dstiles msg:4372295 7:29 pm on Oct 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
I had the range 93.159.96/19 as DSL but looking at a few IPs in the range for open ports it now looks more like servers or ill-used statics. Also got two blocked bots in the 111/24 range. Now blocked. I am always very suspicious of email addresses at gmail, hotmail, yahoo etc. They crop up far too frequently, even in DNS reports. I tend to look more closely at reasons for blocking if registrations / abuse reports include public email addresses. lucy24 msg:4372308 8:05 pm on Oct 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
You found an e-mail address? I only got as far as
Dieser Index bildet den Pool für die Webseiten-Vorschläge für die Suggy-Nutzer. Der Suggy-Crawler befindet sich aktuell noch im Entwicklungsstadium. Sollten Sie ein Fehlverhalten des Bots festellen, nehmen Sie bitte Kontakt mit uns auf: [si-contact-form form='2'] That's the literal text, followed by "Bookmark It" and then a string of icons all suggesting "suggy empfehlen!" * and finally, in English, Well, never mind then. * My fingers typed "entfehlen" which is not actually a word, but is probably closer to what Pfui had in mind. Mokita msg:4372359 6:07 am on Oct 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
Lucy, If you read the last line of the OP, you'll see a GMail address. That is what dstiles was referring to ;) lucy24 msg:4372360 6:18 am on Oct 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
Oops. Not that there's much to choose among e-mail addresses. Can't think offhand of any roboticist who has ever responded to e-mail inquiries.