bobs at twft.com
Tue Jun 5 11:37:55 EDT 2012
So who maintains the list? Is it updated on a regular basis? How do they fund the effort without anyone having to pay for it?
On Jun 4, 2012, at 5:12 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
> Good reminder. In my experience, 5G Blacklist 2012 is a must, trustable and usable with great satisfaction.
> Le 5 juin 2012 à 01:11, Matthias Rebbe a écrit :
>> thanks for the info. Maybe
>> is of use for you and other´s. This solution was mentioned on the list last year by Andre, if i remember right.
>> I am using that since then in the hope it prevents my account from being hacked.
>> Am 05.06.2012 um 00:57 schrieb Mark Wieder:
>>> It was pointed out to me over the weekend (thanks Mark!) that my on-rev website
>>> had been hit by a bot that did two things: replaced my .htaccess file with an
>>> right after the <body> tag in all the .html and .htm files.
>>> Simple enough to fix up, but annoying and consumed time I would rather have
>>> spent on other pressing projects.
>>> So this is just an alert to those who have sites hosted on on-rev, given the
>>> recent (or no-so-recent) security breach there, you might want to check your web
>>> pages and ensure that nothing's out of place. I hadn't noticed any discrepancy,
>>> apparently because one or more of my Firefox blockers was preventing the script
>>> from loading.
>>> Mark Wieder
>>> mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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