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Re: Strange server behavior.
From: krymson () gmail com
Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 12:17:44 -0700

Well, gosh, Paul, based on your last update with the URL/domain examples, I'd definitely see what is new in the code 
recently. This really looks like some sort of SEO/rank-influencing sort of behavior of some sort, or hit-generating 
scheme?

You might be able to submit some of those URLs to malware/site-scanning engines to see if they cry foul or cry about 
malware attempting to be submitted. Maybe (Maybe!!!) visit them using Firefox+NoScript and a non-Windows box (or 
throw-away box/VM) and see what is attempting to run. That may give clues as to what maybe wiggled its way into your 
site?

I don't recommend visiting such links in Windows or IE or a naked Firefox...be careful.

Also, don't visit them from your web server.

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