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tide526.microsoft.com - - [11/Feb/2007:02:10:22 -0500] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 3612 "http://search.live.com/result.aspx?q=airlines&mrt=en-us&FORM=LVSP" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.2; WOW64; SV1)"
Edit: I just checked January's log file. They used keyword "hydrocodone" last month (again, nothing to do with my site). What is up?
[edited by: EarleyGirl at 10:28 pm (utc) on Feb. 27, 2007]
Dan's page "DID" stay current on IP ranges of all the major bots.
His site however has changed.
An old link from Archive org
MS and all the major SE's are offering a variety of tools, tool bars, plug ins and such which offer a variety of IP ranges not formerly utilized.
Also, is the search being done from a desktop or different application? It doesn't work from a browser when I try it. It brings up an error, the URL isn't right. It might be from Microsoft but I don't think they were coming in from a search. It just appears that way. I wonder why?
First, that user and host is ms corporate. I would say you are being visited by a human checking qc on selected keywords.
That doesn't mean your site wasn't seen in those kw's - and hence the qc check behind the scenes...
You've lost me on that one. I don't see how that's possible. I don't have a site search (or a wiki or comments or a forum for that matter) so that wasn't used by a spammer. Up until this month, it was a Flash site, nothing but an swf - no words to pick up.
Also, for the months of November and December, "www" was used as the keyword from tide525.microsoft.com. Why would that need a qc check?
[edited by: EarleyGirl at 8:38 pm (utc) on Feb. 28, 2007]