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Monday November 05, 2007
04:24 PM

What a strange kind of... spam?!?

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I'm not even sure how to call it... I have a Google Alert for err... well... something, and one day it popped up a strange page which I just couldn't reach as it basically only did a redirect to something else, which in turn "failed" - bringing to my home. But downloading it with wget I saw the source and appearently the string I was after was actually in: more precisely the page's content seemed to be built with fragments from other pages, one of which containing my target. It also seems to be regenerated dynamically. For the interested, the url is http://bolberryhall.com/html/746b/yahoo-japan-mail.html. I'm just curious what all this thing is about...

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