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Most anti-spam solutions (whether hosted or in-house, might be installed software or hardware appliance for example) have an element of learning to them - for example if they have received what looks like spam then the anti-spam systems will have a reputation against your SMTP server's IP address and/or domain name and unfortunately it is very difficult to ...


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Did you set a SPF record, and set your DKIM settings? The spf record isn't much magic, but the DKIM helps keeping your spam score down. How to deploy DKIM SPF examples ("v=spf1 a -all" as TXT value in your dns should suffice) See how SpamAssassing calculates score send an email to info@AllAboutSpam.com for a report in the bounce mail concerning ...


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The bot is looking for a site that automatically publishes their comments, using a "Black-List" method. Most Webmasters use the "White-List" method and only approve comments they have personally read. If the bot was able to post for example 100 links and Google's bot were to see those links it would give their URL a PR boost, even if you remove the comment ...


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Okay. Without knowing the sites in question, I will try and explain a bit of what is going on and I will provide just a few links. From: http://www.cradlecloud.com/ban-block-blackhatworth-com-spam-referrals/ I get the following domain names associated with the new method of referrer spam that people are seeing of late. BlackHatWorth.com Iskalko.ru ...


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You can exclude them by creating a filter. You need to find something specific enough so you don't accidentally block good visitors and it is tedious as you have to manually add each spammer but this will do the trick.


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I just got the reply from the Microsoft Technical Support. They say: We would like to update and thank you for reporting your cache page concern to us. Currently our Bing Team is working on a fix but we do not have an ETA yet on when the fix will going to be implemented. Rest assured that this issue does not in any way impact your site's indexation in ...


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These are just bots abusing your email contact form, bots do that all the time and most of them have javascript (by java I think you meant javascript) disabled, it's one of the methods to identify bots, to check if they have javascript enabled or not. But of course it's not bulletproof either. Instead you should analyze your server logs, if you want to ...



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