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There are some behavior differences you should be aware of that may help you. After a relaunch of my site and after a period of 301 redirects to new pages, I decided to issue 404 errors but recapture the traffic that might have gotten lost with custom HTML. The 404 page worked as expected, however, when I dropped the custom 404 HTML, I found 2 of my pages ...


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See the comments, but if you're set on this solution you can use deleteBatch.php. Assuming the timing of the attack is what you said, it would be something like: mysql -e "select page_title from page where page_touched between 20150319000000 and 20150322000000 into outfile '/tmp/pagelist.csv'" php maintenance/deleteBatch.php --conf LocalSettings.php -r ...


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Spam is not new. But the only thing you can really do is install a captcha system. This means that for every post someone makes on your website, they have to enter a special code that is displayed on screen inside an image. Robots can't see this and since most spam comes from robots, you'll probably do a good job filtering out most robots. If some try to ...


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Mystery possibly solved? Google pushed out Panda 4.2 on July 18 2015, however, prior to that there was a Quality Update (also called Phantom 2) that some say is related to the Panda roll-out. Clues to hits are fluctuations as some call them tremors and spikes. Here is a quote from: ...



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