Those Russian spammers are hard working folk. I’m starting to see lately that my visitor logs receive pretty predictable traffic patterns from what I’m going to come out and guess are Russian spammers. You’ll see a pretty standard traffic pattern, something like:
184.108.40.206 17/Sep/2007 “http://diethylpropion-51581sf4.pechenka.info”
220.127.116.11 17/Sep/2007 “http://www.kliky.net/quickies/wordpress-editor-keyboard-shortcut/”
18.104.22.168 17/Sep/2007 “http://www.kliky.net/quickies/wordpress-editor-keyboard-shortcut/#comment-523”
22.214.171.124 17/Sep/2007 “http://www.kliky.net/wordpress-editor-keyboard-shortcut/#comment-523”
126.96.36.199 17/Sep/2007 “http://www.kliky.net/#comment-523”
And of course what you’ll eventually and always get is the eventual comment. Thankfully, the simple plugin WordPress provides block these comments, but this will keep happening because it works. Simple do a google search:
You’ll see thousands of comments on blogs, review sites, etc. which curiously both praise the blog poster and the Web site itself and always seems to get a plug in for some page on pechenka.info. It’s time to say nyet to this type of this thing.