NGrid: Prevention Key To Avoid Outages

Lots of folks have been talking about Spam Prevention lately. Heres the latest scoop.

looks at changes to

10 July 2013 | 5:13 pm What is five plus one? E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-. To prevent automated Bots from commentspamming, please enter the string you see in the image below in the appropriate . Your comment will only be submitted if the strings match. http://www.banksnewstoday.com/archives/3053-Lula-looks-at-changes-to-sewer-ordinance.html

8th Graders fare worse on CRCT

10 July 2013 | 2:00 pm E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-. To leave a comment you must approve it via e-mail, which will be sent to your address after submission. http://www.barrowjournal.com/archives/8131-Barrow-8th-Graders-fare-worse-on-CRCT.html

NGrid: Prevention key to avoid outages

9 July 2013 | 6:40 pm With an worth a pound of cure, the power company says it’s getting vigilant on prevention to avoid neighborhoods losing power. http://www.wpri.com/dpp/news/local_news/west_bay/national-grid-replacing-transformers-preventing-power-outages

Multiple Domains Crowding Search Engine Spam

5 July 2013 | 12:51 pm But that being said, there has not been strong spam prevention algorithms to block this from happening. Outside of the duplicate content algorithms, it is believed that even if a different site is owned by the same owner, both  http://www.seroundtable.com/domain-crowding-spam-17033.html

Completely disgusted with DigitalOcean's handling of spam …

2 July 2013 | 3:03 pm I am completely disgusted by DigitalOcean's handling of an issue regarding spam prevention. I woke up This is the most utterly illogical and unfounded handling of spam prevention laws that I have ever seen. First of all, I am  http://www.vpslogs.com/2013/07/completely-disgusted-with-digitalocean.html

1 July 2013 | 10:07 pm It actually says it's good to turn it on for your own domains, but only on small servers (this might not be suitable on an ISP scale server farm). This, indeed, could be more useful on ServerFault. Tags: postfix spam prevention  http://www.eonlinegratis.com/2013/postfixspam-prevention/

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    Who Do I Forward A Suspicious Email To? I received the following email and would like to know who I can forward it to. 1) I am NOT a Chase Bank customer and 2) I feel this needs to be reported as fraudulent email trying to prey on innocent people.

    Dear Valued Customer

    Chase Bank has been receiving complaints from our customers for unauthorised use of the Online accounts. As a result we are making an extra security check on all of our Customers account in order to protect their information from theft and fraud.

    Therefore, you are requested to follow the provided steps and confirm your Online Banking details for the safety of your Accounts. Please Click Here To Start .

    However, Failure to do so may result in temporary account suspension. Please understand that this is a security measure intended to help protect you and your account. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    Thanks for your co-operation.

    Fraud Prevention Unit
    Chase Bank, Member FDIC
    © 2013 Chase Bank. All rights reserved.

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      Your right that looks to be a fraudulent phishing email message,replying to it will
      cause your account to receive a lot of spam.Never reply to these suspicious email
      messages & give out any details to them.Just delete them when received.

      Try this site if you want to forward that message :www.us-cert.gov/report-phishing‎

      -Tidus

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    Why Is It That When You Ask A Question On Yahoo! Answers You Get 5 Points Deducted? Im new to yahoo.com period and since I’ve recently established an account for myself, and asked a couple questions on ‘ANSWERS’ I noticed the it automatically made me lose points, so as a result, I didnt bother with asking anymore questions until I got at least 5 points above the ‘level 2 boundary’. Why would this be the case? Im I the only user on this site who finds this to be bogus and assinine!? I mean it just seem to make any sense to me whatsoever! Is there really a reasonable explanation for this?
    any information from any Yahoo! staff would be even be appreciated. Thanks in advance to everyone who can give me any info
    Also may I add, just so everyone is clear and there is no misunderstanding, I am not asking this to insult or provoke the Yahoo! community in anyway way shape or form, so I sure hope it doesn’t come across like that because that’s certainly not my intentions. 🙂

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      Actually, there is.

      Yahoo! Answers, like any other community has a currency. The currency here is points.

      When you /contribute/ to the site, by giving “Answers”, you gain currency (points). When you ask for something /from/ the site – by asking questions, you give currency.

      It ensures that there is contribution from regular users of the site.

      It also cuts down on spam – new users have only got so many points, so they can only ask a certain number of questions.

      The people who answers questions on here are just regular Yahoo! users like you and me, and they give up their time and effort willingly to help one another (usually – there are exceptions).

      I don’t believe that it’s too much to ask for others to do the same.

      I also prefer a site with enough spam prevention in place that I can actually /see/ the questions and answers I need.

      If you keep sharing what you know with the community, you’ll soon have enough points that you won’t need to worry about asking too many questions. 🙂

      edit: You also get 3 points BACK when you choose a “Best Answer” for your question, so all you’re really “paying” is 2 points – exactly what you get for answering a question.

      1 answer for 1 question isn’t so bad. 🙂

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