Saturday, September 11, 2010

Question to the Internet-Savvy Regarding Spamposts

Has someone invented a spam-posting program that enables spammers to post on your blog in a way that the blogger can’t delete it because it doesn’t appear on his/her browser or what? Someone using the names of actresses has been posting the following message on my old posts according to Blogspot notices but the spamposts don’t appear on my browser. If anyone knows anything about this phenomenon and ways to get rid of the garbage, I’ll be very much obliged.
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8 comments:

Janne Morén said...

Do you have a link to one of the posts where it shows up?

Jun Okumura said...

Here’s a couple, Janne, with notices of posts from salma hayek and puskas here and here respectively, who encourage me to click here and here (same url). They link to meaningless blog profiles, i.e. salma hayek and puskas. I’m not sure that there’s an actress named Puskas, but the others were familiar names like Drew Barrymore.

井上エイド said...

I don't see any spam comments on the posts you referenced.

Martin J Frid said...

In my case, the new Blogspot comment system takes care of it so that such spam posts do not show up on the blog entries anymore. I still get the email notification, but they are all nicely rounded up and shot by the new system.

Jun Okumura said...

Thanks, guys. Now I can sleep tight.

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