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So "it" is legitimate, even if the unwanted traffic your receiving is not.
On Dec 9, 2012, at 11:39 AM, Barry Shein wrote:
> What is nifty.com? Is it legitimate? The web page is in Chinese.
> I noticed they were trying to do a lot of connects to our mail servers
> but were in the block list and seem to have been for years.
> So I opened it up because fool that I am I like to believe people mend
> their ways.
> It instantly began flooding us with spam, lottery-office at whatever,
> dictionary attacks, that kind of thing.
> So I blocked them again. I've never had a customer complaint about
> this block.
> It's making me lose faith in humanity, a little.
> Totally gratuitous internet governance snark:
> And they're meeting in Dubai because some countries believe they can
> be the new sheriff in town? HAH! We've got a hundred million
> teenagers with whiskey and loaded shotguns roaming the landscape and
> they think it's just a matter of showing a little authority from
> people with snappy new uniforms...good luck with that buckaroos!
> -Barry Shein
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