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Subject: Re: UKNM: ho ho ... oh.
From: Richard Houston
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1998 15:04:44 +0100

We know that this type of spoofing is not new and that it can be avoided. However, the point is that even a comparatively respectable property such as Yell *wasn't* guarding against it and was properly duped.

>For those who have not read the article the gist is that you can write a >program to simulate ad impressions or click throughs. If this is new to >anyone I would be surprised although personally I would never have tried to >demonstrate it. > >Actually this is not new. I have had discussions about this problem for the >past three years (if not longer). One thing worth noting is that this is not >a problem with Porn sites where each IP address is counted only once a day. > >True its a problem if you are not aware of it but there are simple methods >of avoiding it. > >yours, > >Ben
>-----Original Message----- >From: Richard Houston <richardatwebmedia [dot] com> >To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com> >Date: 08 April 1998 17:23 >Subject: UKNM: ho ho ... oh. > > >>Good stuff: >> >> >>http://www.internet-magazine.com/news/apr98/08a.htm
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