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You could try something like Google analytics (http://www.google.com/analytics/) that will let you see what they are doing. You also might want to consider why they have no business on your site, and consider expanding to cover what could be an interested community. also, not everyone it countries like china are malicious and wan't to steal stuff.
Are these bots that index my site(s) or are they malicious by nature and should be banned using an IP deny filter? You tell us. If they're interacting with your site as any normal user would there is no need to block them. If they're using the site more than visitors from other regions then your site may appeal to them then users from other regions. ...
The short answer is, if they are just giving you a list of IP numbers, there is no way to verify that they are all owned by the company. However for large corporations, you can do a whois lookup on an IP range and determine the owner: http://whois.arin.net/ui For example, if I enter 184.108.40.206, it returns that 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168 are assigned to Google, with ...
Spam checkers do check domain names. They check many things, here is a list of some of the most common things: From (domain and IP) Subject Originating server (IP and name) Route/forwards/jumps of the message (IP and name) Content (URLs and words) Return-Path Unsuscribe options Non standard headers Malformed headers
Sorta. But you did not say what kind of spam you are referring to; e-mail, webdexing, forum, or otherwise. I am assuming all of them. Yes the odds go up, but depending upon the host. It may not be much of a risk at all. For example, some hosts actively block e-mail spam even when sent directly. It all depends upon the neighborhood. For example, you can have ...
You could physically send someone to the company and check with a simple "ifconfig" what the IP is...this is a silly solution and it's pretty bad if you're based in US and the company is in AUS. You could think about something else but the point is you should avoid IP Based Authentication at all. Suppose someone knows your company and one of your customers, ...
There is no specific range for Microsoft. They are a company, a big one, with a lot of power, but still a company. What they have, are small blocks of IPs here and there on the countries where they have servers. There are many IPs related to Microsoft in the world.
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