|Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Fwd: phishtank
|Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben.safir-at-my.liu.edu):
> do you think I didn't read that and try it?
Much as I like you, you actually have a really bad history of not
bothering to read relevant materials before arriving at an opinion, so
it was at best an open question.
> It is a false FAQ No one answers the "phone" and there is no mechanism
> for review, just the claim.
I can only imagine what you submitted on that form, but for certain you
had done nothing at all to alleviate the concerns they noted about the
mirrored page in question, before requesting removal. Like, obviously,
removing that pointlessly LWP-mirrored page from your collection, which
you had not as of a few hours ago.
> You can do that all month and nobody answers. I only got an
> answer using another form and that "moderater" says that the folks
> running the site, "opendns" no longer respond to him either any more.
Of course, you don't actually need an _answer_; what you want is
removal. Why don't you try taking obvious steps to cease resembling a
phishing site, and _then_ ask removal and see what happens? You've
seemingly spent almost all your time yelling and complaining, and not
taken the obvious corrective step.
> The object here is to sell AI software services, and disguise the
> system as being an open platform like SORBS, but it isn't.
Explain, please. What software is touted via use of phishtank.com, and
where can I observe this happening on the phishtank.com site?
If you're referring to the outsourced corporate network security
services being touted by Cisco OpenDNS LLC, that seems like more than a
> Go to Arlenes and see the Kroller Va Goghs that I missed because they
> are in Arlenes
Arles? Problem, that's 255 km west of here, and not on our route to
anywhere we're aiming to go, on this trip. Some other trip, I'd love
to, though. Perhaps a voyage up the Rhone River. (In my dreams, all
the way up to Geneva, with a stop at Voltaire's house at Ferney.)
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