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Help me defeat the spammers!

Is this a spammer trying to circumvent my website "contact" button? [more inside]
posted by zek on Dec 4, 2006 - 9 answers

Spam filtering

Lately I've been getting more and more spams where the content is delivered as an image. There's no keywords to filter; even the image filename and subject are random words. Are such messages unfilterable? [more inside]
posted by zek on Apr 18, 2006 - 14 answers

A different type of keyword spamming

I have been noticing more and more websites using Google to index their restricted content. For example, this search (top item) brings up what is supposedly a full 30 KB paper, but visiting the link we get a different page that goes to a login. Even the cache carries the false page. Are these websites abusing Google, or is Google permitting it and why? Why doesn't this stuff belong under the ads?
posted by zek on Oct 19, 2005 - 10 answers

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