xor, freakynuts, staicamusc, bruteforce, d6bmg, uuqcam, tvdev, and all others who use this forum mod are spamming assholes. For best results filter out their forum in interweb search results, and blacklist URI….. unless you enjoy a healthy arms race, too 😉
I would like a firefox extension for filtering out Fake-Integrity to deter signing up at spammer’s forums. The only reason to reject use of DEA is to spam more easily and spam more often.
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repeatedly turned up in search results for particular FREE graphics. Sure, get me there and I’ll be all too please to pay $50 for a smiley face. Guess again.
With the healing brush in most paint applications, the “new” content aware eraser in photoshop CS5, or the much less unoriginal tool in GIMP simply remove the pathetisad watermarks from images.
ahhh now they are as free as they were spammed to be
Seth Wisely said: spamming will cost you
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postfix centered backup MX configuration ideas
No mention of redundant DNS? Backup MX is fine but with resolver failure even backup MX can be useless.
A more interesting idea (rough draft imagination) would be a symlink-analog from backup (third party) MX providers to access rules on primary (or local MX) such that rules need not be manually replicated.
While some find it rude I find TMDA efficacious (when properly configured)
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Zone Salting continues… spambox.us is onboard
spambox.us free Disposable Email Address service grants a forwarding alias from a ‘random’ draw of registered domains. However the assigned username works with any registered zone.
DEA last for user selected period from an hour to a year, can be extended or canceled.
Seth Wisely said: two points for me
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The largest source of spam for me is the VAST unwashed masses using email. Those people blissfully unaware that email predates the interweb. I no longer have the patience to re-educate each on BCC and email netiquette so I have finally accepted the necessity of proximate circles of trust. The more trusted the contact the better email contact information provided. My peripheral email address uses self destructing images, self destructing URLs, and disposable email aliases to send content that is likely to tempt the ignorant into mashing her FWD button.
drop : media :: (kicknotes or stealthmessage) : text :: (vapurl or urlgone or ephemurl) : url
drop.io (expire: week, month, year: exactly or since last access)
vapurl.com (expire by days or clicks or combination. can track usage)
urlgone.com (expire by days)
ephemurl.com (expire by days
stealthmessage.com (DO NOT give it email address other than DEA to collect URL to email yourself)
When their respective recipients receive the email with URLs to content that is no longer available the feedback loop discourages them from forwarding my email.
^ I have been emailing various services for more than a year pressing for self expiring options. Seemingly there are many new fruits of this effort. :-}
This is far more convenient that using a cPanel webhost for DIY expiration. (ftp + mod_rewrite + cron + pixie dust)
self destructing crypto key for text posting
vapurl alternative: urlgone.com or ephemurl.com
urlgone alternative: vapurl.com or ephemurl.com
kicknotes alternative: stealthmessage.com
sturly alternatives: vapurl.com or urlgone.com or ephemurl.com
drop.io alternative: disposablewebpage.com (weak alternative for media)
alternatively alternatives: alternativeto.net or listio.net — with original credit to akebono then DMOZ
self destructing alternatives to pastebin: tinypaste.com
Seth Wisely said: add a little Zone Salting to your mailing list
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