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Comments have been disabled from my weblog

December 12th, 2004 by Pete

I have just found that someone was posting advertisements and links to some completely off topic subjects in my weblog comments. Each post was full of nonesense and then a link to some gambling website, according to the name. Each post was also made from different IP Addresses so its hard to block these posts in the software I am using. It looks like the poster was working through all of my entries one by one adding comments, completing one every fifteen minutes.

Because of this I have disabled comments for now on my weblog and removed the comments that have been posted by this person. I am sorry I have had to do this, but I do not want spam in my blog or links to dubious web sites.

December 2004

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