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    I was doing a search in Google for sites containing a reference to one of my sites (exchangereview.com) and in the list of results for 'exchangereview' was the following URL: http://www.jjyx.com/serve/wd/canda.txt

    ...the contents of the text file appears to be a large list of email addresses!!!

    WHAT IS THIS AND SHOULD I BE CONCERNED???

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    <UL TYPE=SQUARE><LI>http://www.celebrityphotoclassifieds.com<LI>http://www.collectorplateclassifieds.com<LI>http://www.toyswapper.com[/list]

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    webmaster@exchangereview.com should...

    Looks like someones spam list or something.

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    Very interesting. It has a PR3. Maybe, I should ask for a link to my PR0 site. LOL

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    Gone.. but it's in the Google Cache.

    jjyx.com appear to be a Hong Kong based spamming outfit.

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    Looks like its still there to me.... (unfortunately .. more chances for spammers to harvest those addys)

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    Yes, it probably just scraped it off your website.

    I read somewhere an experiment that someone did.. it took just two days from publishing an email address on a web page until they started to get spam. These address scrapers are very efficient.

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    Yah. I'll get spam within a few days from a post to usenet with a virgin address...

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    Try typing in usa.txt, japan.txt etc... plenty of addresses for all

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