Yet another comment spammer trick. Leave a comment accusing the blogger of stealing search engine rank from the website, to quote: “your blog stole my google results”.
The miscreant: “webmasterbrain dot com” (Hint: edited so that he gains nothing for page rank. Hopefully, he loses rank because I’m talking about it. Webmasterbrain, webmasterbrain, webmasterbrain!! Anyways, he’s been added to the blacklist.)
Piss off Zoink!
UPDATE: Err… I was talking out the wrong end of my anatomy (thus the strike-out above.) Apologies to Zoink in the comments below. Still don’t know how I stole his google results.
I will not get into the argument of whether this is true or not. Just let me add that it’s also the gun that most people shoot themselves or others with.
“Hey, watch this!”
I’m assuming that this is a links page for Debian multimedia. In any case, it links to a lot of interesting projects.
It’s obvious that people sometimes read this blog via search engines as people are still commenting on entries that are almost a year old. This example of advertising in comments, I consider to be “OK” as it directly relates to the topic, contributes to the discussion (short as it may be), and doesn’t appear to be a comment that’s pasted to every blog on the planet.
Here’s the (PDF) manual for Snort 2.1.1-RC1.