RE: "Make love, not spam"....

From: []
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 12:45 PM
Subject: RE: "Make love, not spam"....

>> From: []
>> Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 11:54 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: RE: "Make love, not spam"....
>[ SNIP ]
>> The big difference between Lycos Europe, and a script kiddie with
>> zombies is that Lycos is mature enough to use restraint
and not knock
>> down websites with brute force. They're attempting to use the
>> politically correct "grown up" way to attack someone: economics.
>I didn't know there was a politically correct way to create a
>BotMonster and rule the Internet by emminent domain.

Yeah, that's exactly what they're doing! It's a plot to TAKE OVER
THE WORLD. You figured it out!

It's about giving the spammers what they want: More traffic to their
websites. How can it be wrong when they send out 1 million emails
that all say "click on this link" and 1 million computers actually
click the link? Who's in the wrong there?

Besides: "rule the Internet by emminent domain." Isn't' that
Verisign's job?

For all who are interested, the controller appears to live at

Interesting. I started it up and it immediately attacked


Then it went and attacked a slew of other sites and had nothing
but errors coming back.

It also appears to attack sequentially from the top each time the dll
loads. They've miscalculated the speed at which spammers relocate.
RBL's aren't realtime. Spammers are near real time.



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