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May 31, 2011

Spammed Blog


[Blog To Express] has been spammed this morning with the following topic header:

"Contend by yacht size? Nowadays it is ineffective - add to ..."

This is not the first time that this blog has been spammed and not likely that this will be the last time.

The spammed blog was deleted accordingly when discovered immediately.

For the protection and safety of blog users, please ignore any blog topics which appear suspicious as anything unusual and DO NOT click the blog with link to websites indicated by the spammers. The authorized and legitimate blogger will delete the spammed blogs.

If noticed, please report spammed blogs to email to help us to prevent spamming activities on "blogosphere". Thank you.

Who are these spammers?

Why did these spammers do such sadistic things to cause a nuisance on people they do not know or offended them in anyway.

Why don't they leave us bloggers alone to enjoy our blogging hobby and useful purposes to share their blogs to express?

I suffered a frustrating experience as a blog spam victim.

How to explain to readers and friends that those spammed blogs were not posted by me?

Although Blogger.com provides security features to detect users to report and track the spammers, the changes of passwords was still abused apparently by spamming programs by them.

The necessary actions were taken when new spammers, like new breeds of virus and disease, they were detected.

As a part of blogging experience, blog owners are required to regularly maintain and remove the rubbish and "killer litter" nuisance.

Hopefully these boring people could go elsewhere using spams to sell Viagra, all kinds of products for online business to disturb us.

Please support our "Keep Blogosphere Clean and Safe" campaign for the enjoyment of everyone.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Lam Chun See said...

Recently I have received many spam comments in my blog. Very irritating. Blogger's spam filter is quite useless. Repeated comments from names like Generic Viagra are obviously spam, and yet Blogger's spam filter cannot detect and I have to manually delete them.

June 2, 2011 at 10:14 PM  
Blogger Thimbuktu said...

Thanks Chun See. We are not alone on "blogosphere" to encounter the blog spammers as their nuisance. Blog users are cautioned not to respond the spams and ignore them. Carry on blogging safely for the benefit of everyone. Spammer sucks!

June 3, 2011 at 10:17 AM  
Blogger Andy Young* said...

I have one, even till today, an i-shop in Malaysia selling stuff that relates to "bogel" (naked or nakedness).

It's a real shame on these people who publicise their wares on legitimate blogs like ours.

I could not find the connection, have written to Blogger but to no avail.

June 4, 2011 at 9:57 AM  

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