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Posted on Nov 10, 2008 in Technology | 1 comment



A while ago, I remember getting a vague sense of misplaced pride when my popular but largely uninteresting website LazyWebTools was blocked by WebSense in work. It felt like it had arrived, been recognised by the world.

But now some bandits are trying to grab traffic by spamming it on their dodgy sites. Now, I know how much traffic the site gets and there isn’t really that much to steal, but still they try. Do this search and you’ll see the crappy sites that are spamming with my site. Don’t visit them. Swines.

But if you do the search, you will see the lovely people at McAfee report that: “We tested this site and didn’t find any significant problems“. So, that’s nice.

1 Comment

  1. No-one has ever tried to steal traffic from thiswaydown – possibly because they can always phone you (my customer base) directly should they want to try and sell you a penis enlarger.

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