There has to be a way you are able to remove me from that service? Here's a list of the senders - I don't know if they're purely advertisers or phishing / malware sites, and I'll never find out.
I mean, I know it was my choice to read through, but I actually thought you would probably have something interesting to talk about.
We look back through the one-way mirror of statistical analysis and see who's watching us.
Then we get stung for our troubles...page is a copy - I accidentally pasted the whole of a bad URL into its predecessor, the Russian spambots saw it and started bombarding the page with 50 hits a day.
Overnight, 8 hits arrive from somewhere: traffic sources tell you it's Russia (maybe using a suffix registered in the Pacific island state of Tokelau).
The referring website is pingywebedition.or or or or or or or or Upon arrival, there's something tempting like unlimited torrent downloads, promises to scan your computer for viruses, or pictures of stripping girlies or cats falling down, and you think "Oh, that looks fun" and you click on it and invite worms, trojans and viruses into your computer and suddenly your credit card has been used in Nigeria, you're on the Interpol watch list and you're part of a botnet attacking the US State Department.
I have maintained a list of all my little interlopers on a dedicated page "Comment and referral spam on my blog" - the link is in green on the right hand side of your screen.