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This little spider just hit me today (Have not seen it before):
Agent name: MERCATOR-1.0
Says she's from:
Im especially interested in this: (from the page above)
"One important interface allows new modules to be written to fetch documents using different network protocols, such as HTTP, FTP, and Gopher"
"Although the web contains a finite number of static documents (i.e., documents that are not generated on-the-fly), there are an infinite number of retrievable URLs. Three frequent causes of this inflation are URL aliases, session IDs embedded in URLs, and crawler traps. We have developed techniques to overcome some of those problems, but more innovation will be required, especially to recognize and avoid intentional crawler traps."
Anybody getting hit's for dynamic pages?
I have been hit by a ton of new spiders today, dunno why but here's the bunch:
Via: 1.0 ccuproxy1.ccu.edu.tw:3128 (Squid/2.2.STABLE4), 1.0 cache.ccu.edu.tw:3128 (Squid/2.2.STABLE4)
X-Forwarded-For: 127.0.0.1, 220.127.116.11
User agent: KANSMEN
resolves to: virtualpromote.com
(Now theres a funny one eh..., good ole Jim stopping by,
maybe his logs made him curious ;)
No user agent
Resolves to: nat7.aitai.ne.jp
(this one is an old frequent visitor)
Resotlves to: oracle.vcommunities.com
Where can I find an up-to-date list of known spammer email address's? There used to be a list ciruclated on usenet, but I don't see it anymore. I like to push spammer emails at email siphon.