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2012-06-08 First comment-spam via IPv6 that I notic ... 6 years ago
First comment-spam via IPv6 that I notice. Similar pattern probing like noticed before. Oh well, the first mail that came in when Comcast enabled an IPv6 MX was spam too. One can try very hard to keep IPv6 only for 'clean' usage but it won't work in the long run and you hinder growth.

The spamming software is a bit broken here and there:

2001:660:5003:410:d69a:20ff:fef4:6bc - - [08/Jun/2012:07:17:30 +0200] "POST /serendipity/index.php?url=archives/31-Bijeenkomst-9-Januari-2010.html#feedback HTTP/1.1" 302 - "http://netwerk.pcgg.nl/serendipity/feeds/%22http://www.dosgg.nl/%22http://www.hccmuziek.nl/content/view/314/1/%22http://www.dosgg.nl/%22http://netwerk.pcgg.nl/serendipity/archives/31-Bijeenkomst-9-Januari-2010.html" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008120122 Firefox/3.0.5"

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