|Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Fwd: phishtank
|Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben.safir-at-my.liu.edu):
> there is no means of removing anything.
As I pointed out before, you actually have literally no way of knowing
that. And I'm long past just taking your word when you make sweeping
claims, as you've burned your credibility a hundred times over in that
> But by all means, you try it.
Not my circus, not my monkey. But aside from that, you have yet to
acknowledge my point that _if_ you made any form of remove request, you
did so having utterly failed to take action to remove the cited cause of
their listing your Web sites as apparent phishing sites. Under those
circumstances, in their shoes I'd have ignored you _too_.
Now, I really have no idea whether you've finally taken my good advice
and (1) removed the utterly pointlessly mirrored NY Times login-form page
that was the main reason you got into trouble, and (2) follow _their_
excellent advice and insert a header declaring this to be a static
mirror of some newspaper/magazine page that you are (illegally)
mirroring. I lack the interest to check -- but would bet 'no'. If, as
seems apparent, you lack sufficient self-preservation instinct and
courtesy towards others to take those two blindingly obvious steps, and
instead give an interminable line of backtalk to someone trying to help
you act in your self-interest, I really don't care. Papa Darwin will
sort things out.
That aside, if against all odds you are correct that this DNSBL (or
searchable DB or whatever to exact implementation is) is broken in the
sense of having no facility to get _warranted_ corrections -- as opposed
to your 'Waaaah' mere request for removal -- then experience suggests
it's likely to fail soon or get pervasively ignored on account of too
much noise content.
Either way, not worth much attention from the rest of us. And, frankly,
you walked right into this one. You should have taken the above-cited
steps years and years ago.
Spare us the conspiracy rhetoric about a sinister Cisco sales plot and
all the word salad about 'AI software'. And it didn't escape my notice
that you ducked my question, multiple times, about where I could observe
that sales come-on on the phishtalk.com Web site, and instead sent
something like half a dozen utterly irrelevant URL references -- one of
them to utter irrelevancy in Danish!
It might have been that you actually did have in mind something real,
but just were totally incompetent at getting it across. If so, learn
the English language. I really have no time to delve through yet more
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