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12:19 AM
iBug/Lily: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (3): How to denoise animations using Blender's Temporal Denoiser? by SaucySage on blender.SE
12:46 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer, bad keyword with email in answer, bad phone number in answer, email in answer (349): What benefits does Bitcoin have that other cryptocurrencies do not? by stevens on bitcoin.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Linked punctuation in body (26): Eigen-vectors and eigen-equations by Ash Carey on math.SE
fp- feedback received on [MS] Eigen-vectors and eigen-equations
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): nuxhash mining on linux for nicehash miner by Asset Refund on askubuntu.com (@Ollie)
1:11 AM
@Makyen that makes sense. thanks for the explanation
!!/watch- assetrefundteam(?:[\W_]*+(?:at[\W_]*+)?gmail(?:[\W_]*+(?:dot[\W_]*+)?com)?)?
!!/watch-number- +1 917 336 3071
!!/watch-number- 917 336 3071
@Makyen Could you pin the Links message again?
@cigien It still appears pinned from here. However, I can reload the page and see.
looks pinned to me, both before and after refresh
1:16 AM
Hmm, sorry about that. It is pinned now, but I could have sworn it wasn't pinned when I asked.
Possible explanations: Makyen is a master troll? :-p
Or, I'm just quick at reloading the page and re-pinning (after saying I'd do so). :)
@cigien you're not going insane... it had disappeared for me too...
@SmokeDetector On a completely unrelated topic, Blender's Temporal Denoiser sounds like a D&D spell.
1:28 AM
On a possibly related note to refreshing the page, I'm seeing this and this in different tabs. (There's different dates on both). On refreshing I'm only seeing the apr 29th one. What's up with that?
Time zone issue?
@Nick Phew. Though I wasn't questioning my sanity yet, just my sobriety ;)
@cigien ah, it's morning here so I assumed it had to be sanity :)
@SmokeDetector mildly suspicious, seems promotional, suggests another tool instead of directly answering the question...however, it also addresses the other answer's use of scripts, it's free, and no evidence of affiliation or other sketchy posts in MS, so...FP pending any other evidence that it's not
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in answer (93): MongoDB - how to insert record using autoincrement functionality ✏️ by Savita C on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector Old spam. Was edited in, edited out by a >2k user, then edited back in by the OP. Throwing up a mod flag purely due to age, but a spam flag would probably also be fine.
aaaand this is why we don't edit spam :-|
Oddly enough, I was browsing the transcript and ended up back here, during which I saw that there was one last hit on that site. At the time, there were upwards of 20 network-wide.
1:38 AM
Always...fun...when you find those. Bunch of work, but satisfying to burn it all down :-)
Machavity went on quite the destruction spree.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword with email in answer, pattern-matching email in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer, blacklisted user (255): ¿Cómo evitar que mi programa sea plagiado? by william peter on es.stackoverflow.com
!!/report stackoverflow.com/a/67364456/11171084 "Previously spammed something similar in this report (which I mod flagged and was deleted), yet this one still remains."
sdc watch makemytables\.com
@10Rep That pattern looks like it's already caught by Potentially bad keyword in body and Potentially bad keyword in answer; append -force if you really want to do that.
Note to self: check with bisect to see if it's already blacklisted. But the post would not have been caught otherwise?
That's weird.
1:49 AM
> This post would not have been caught otherwise.
That should've caught that as a reason when I went to report.
sdc bisect makemytables.com
!!/bisect makemytables.com
@RyanM Matched by makemytables\.com on line 28528 of watched_keywords.txt
@Spevacus Matched by makemytables\.com on line 28528 of watched_keywords.txt
Well... That's awkward.
1:50 AM
Maybe it's the way that they typed the url into the post that got past the regex test?
sdc test-a Now it's super easy with <a href="https://makemytables.com/" rel="nofollow noreferrer">MakeMyTables.com</a> !</p>
@RyanM Matched by makemytables\.com on line 28528 of watched_keywords.txt
> Link at end of answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer
Link at end of answer - Position 25-113: <a href="https://makemytables.com/" rel="nofollow noreferrer">MakeMyTables.com</a> !</p>
Potentially bad keyword in answer - Position 42-58: makemytables.com, Position 87-103: MakeMyTables.com
Potentially bad ns for domain in answer - makemytables.com NS suspicious ns70.domaincontrol.com.,ns69.domaincontrol.com.
I have no idea.
1:52 AM
sdc bisect makemytables.com
@10Rep Matched by makemytables\.com on line 28528 of watched_keywords.txt
Is it something like the manual report option only counts non-experimental reasons?
They had too much rep. Well, they still do, actually, but now they have 100 less.
Well that'll do it.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in username (1): Show title bar on hover in VB6 by dsfsfkjdkldsjfklkjkl on stackoverflow.com
@RyanM So if you have lots of rep you can spam freely without worrying about SD picking up on it?
that seems... silly
1:59 AM
I believe it only protects you from experimental reasons catching your post. Anything non-experimental (being a blacklisted user, posting a bad keyword/blacklisted website) will still report it here.
@Spevacus No, that's not correct.
There is a rep limit? I agree that high rep should make it less likely to be spam, but it shouldn't completely eliminate your post from being picked up.
After all, even high rep users get hacked sometimes...
@SmokeDetector fp- "Looks like an honest question."
Oct 14 '20 at 19:06, by Makyen
@Machavity The posts are excluded from the bad/potentially bad detections due to the user having too much rep.
2:00 AM
@SmokeDetector fpu-
@Nick Yes, with like...5 asterisks. You can still be blacklisted as a user, and the rep required for different rules varies. But for instance, my SO rep excludes me from every rule except actually blacklisting my user ID.
But also, getting enough rep to evade the rules is hard.
and then it only takes someone noticing one post to burn it all down.
What's the threshold? I don't actually know off hand.
The threshold to evade all findspam rules is 10001 (10000 is the highest max of any rule in the file). The thresholds for individual rules can be found by searching here for max_rep (the default is 1).
is there any way to see what percentage of posts that would've been detected get ignored due to the rep limit?
What's the point of having a limit? I mean, other than not having to filter all of Gordon's posts?
2:03 AM
actually i'm guessing the rule just doesn't get checked if they have enough rep so i guess the stats wouldn't be known
Reduce FP. High-rep users probably aren't abusers.
But that user had 45 rep.... which isn't that hard to get. 45 rep shouldn't filter out a watched_keywords.txt check.
He had 143 at the time I reported that post.
Once the post got nuked he lost 100 from the spam flag penalty.
@hyper-neutrino probably not (they're just discarded) although maybe an SD dev knows something I don't
@RyanM that would imply it's good to scan posts by high-rep users so that you can see the fps and change the system to avoid them...
2:07 AM
Think about it this way. If a user over 100 rep says "Keto" in a health-related answer, we probably don't want to report on that, as the likelihood that they got 100 rep and decided to spam keto products is very low. Similarly, we wouldn't want to stop watching the keyword "keto" considering it's a very high TP rate keyword (last I checked, anyway)
@Nick We already have way too many FP. There are a number of easy ways we could reduce FP dramatically, including discarding anything that looks anything like code. Here's a link to a simple regex that is over 99% FP.
and that's over 99% FP on posts that were reported
@RyanM Link's a tad borked for me.
Ryan's a sheep confirmed ;)
I forgot that something about bit.ly and metasmoke combined = sadness
correct link ^
2:10 AM
@RyanM I'm thinking more in terms of seeing the fps that come from posts by high rep users and then assuming they are fps for all users
@Nick But high rep users and 1-rep users are very different groups of people. Compare this vs this.
High-rep users discuss keto legitimately pretty often. But if it's from someone under our thresholds, it's almost always spam.
even 2-rep and 1-rep users are drastically different groups, I'd say (not every user in each, I mean the groups in general) (however you get 2 rep exactly)
@hyper-neutrino I appreciate that you anticipated the snarky remark I was going to make and pre-empted it.
@RyanM great minds think alike, as they say :P
get an accepted answer that then gets 7 downvotes? :-p
...probably unlikely.
2:15 AM
I don't consider 135 rep to be high rep. It would be possible to form a voting ring, and then before the reversing script runs, spam with that account and not get caught by SD. Maybe the limit should be something above 200 (because that's the daily limit)? Just a thought.
unlikely though i have seen quite negatively scored accepted answers
it's quite rare though
@10Rep Remember the human element in this. One person seeing that blatantly spammy post would be enough to send it to the abyss.
@RyanM fair comment. I guess its hard to filter those fps from fps which genuinely are for all users
@10Rep i think it'd be considerably more effort to build that large of a voting ring and bypass this threshold
because you'd need the user to post an answer
which then 13 socks upvote
before anyone notices anything wrong
Also those rings are suuuuper obvious
2:16 AM
(and the answer has to be legit otherwise the user gets blacklisted and ended instantly)
and then they can spam
and all this work, and if someone just runs !!/report they're done for xD
I haven't had the pleasure of catching such a voting ring yet... but that blatant post passed SD which is a little worrying...
Spammers aren't that smart. If you're going to build a voting ring to evade Smoke Detector of all things, you're probably forgetting site moderators and power users. Even then, why use that ring to spam of all things?
Whenever I add something to the lists I search the network for it first. And sometimes I find things. And then I report the lot of them.
Haven't found any voting rings in a while though
Are there any examples of voting rings? I'm not exactly sure how one would catch a voting ring.
i haven't found any voting rings in my time; i only detected one sock user with two socks but it was from two months before i even found out, and i only noticed cuz the user made me suspicious in chat :P
granted voting rings are probably more common on sites like SO
2:19 AM
@lyxal Suspiciously high scores on terrible posts, and then moving outward from there.
Eh. As an SO example, if you see a particularly bad answer with a surprising amount of upvotes (and a bunch of downvotes) then it's worth getting slightly concerned. When I say "bad" I truly do mean little effort, barely answers the question if at all. Something nobody should think about upvoting.
@RyanM but how do you tell who is part of a certain ring?
@Spevacus sadly, that happens on SO all the time! and I'm pretty sure most of them aren't voting rings...
Easier to move outward if you're a moderator and can see votes, but...usually people aren't very good at hiding and the socks interact with each other. Often quite a lot.
@lyxal One time I saw a question with more upvotes than views. I believe another user handled it (not sure, it was a long time ago).
2:22 AM
anyway yeah i guess all i'll say is... we have our ways of knowing. lol :)
I thought mods used the power they got from the 6 week training they have in an undisclosed location to detect voting rings!
@10Rep shhh where did you find out about our secrets from
6-8 week training? :)
i've only seen users with like a few socks for upvoting that i've either encountered / heard of (on my site) but i think there are sometimes very large voting rings on sites like SO. can't remember / not sure if i should say exactly how many but... it's a lot, lol
There were users who lost thousands of rep after the CMs got through their ticket backlog
2:25 AM
I wonder if it's possible to use SEDE to find out how many questions have more votes than views. That'd be a useful starting point for sure.
I remember seeing some screenshots in SOCVR from that. Quite the sight.
That... Sounds like it would be impossible, no?
I've never found a ring that big, but I've certainly caused people to lose hundreds of rep.
@Spevacus I mean you can vote with the API but I doubt voting rings are doing that.
More likely it happens because of caching (views are cached and only updated every 15 minutes or something)
long story short i got my account deleted once due to miscommunication, but when that happened i caused around 100-200 rep loss to multiple users, totalling at least a thousand or two rep across my site :P
and i was voting legitimately; i can imagine how much rep someone could lose from a ring getting destroyed
ha. Yeah, I've wondered how much rep people would lose if my account was deleted. Probably a decent chunk on Law, there aren't that many active posters and I have 654 live upvotes.
iirc only votes from the last 60 days are reverted otherwise the effect would've been.. rather catastrophic :p
2:29 AM
@hyper-neutrino that's lucky. Otherwise 78.5k would suddenly disappear from code golf if my account got deleted ;p
now that i think about it, several users voluntarily requested account deletion following the events of late 2019; i don't remember that having much effect, at least on my account; are those handled differently in terms of votes?
@lyxal i wonder how much the actual number would be. only one way to find out....... :)
And staff can choose whether to actually deduct rep from others. They'd probably choose not to if it's a user with a lot of votes who voted legitimately.
It depends on how high of a reputation they were. I believe high-rep user's votes are preserved when they request account deletion.
As I understand it, users with "an impactful number of votes" (defined vaguely) are given to CMs for transferring of votes to Community after confirming there was no abuse.
oh. that makes sense
2:30 AM
With...one small asterisk to that...if they have no posts or other non-voting activity, because no one thought to check for that.
lol, what
@SmokeDetector tp- quickly self-deleted in under 2 minutes though
@hyper-neutrino was that to me or that post? :-p
They thought that would work as an excuse? lol
2:32 AM
@RyanM that was to the reported post :P
Why would they test characters on StackOverflow of all places? That's clearly an excuse to post garbage :D
there is one user i know of who has i think no posts or activity who would definitely cause a huge rep diff if they suddenly vanished, lol
at least based on their profile's (public) 'votes cast' count
gnat has absolutely no activity but has cast 22 thousand votes, lmao
Imagine if this user got deleted, how much rep gain there would be
Yep, same person I was thinking of. 2K votes on Law
@10Rep Very little, I suspect. Those are almost certainly mostly on deleted posts.
@hyper-neutrino gnat has voted on almost every single post on MSO, amazingly. 30,000 of the 40,00 there.
2:35 AM
gnat takes "Voting is important!" to the next level.
oh wait, that user with 13k downvotes actually not the user I thought you were going to link
I was thinking of this user with 31k
holy crap o.O lol
Note that the vote cap per day is 40.
how do they even find so much stuff to downvote lol
On the php tag?
2:40 AM
python tag: am I a joke to you? the fgitw game on python is very high sadly.
@hyper-neutrino No, all votes are reversed. There is no statute of limitations. We've deleted sockpuppets which have been active for years, and/or which have had thousands of votes, and/or sock rings with >100 sockpuppet accounts (I haven't personally found anything with that many socks). If there are more than X votes, then the choice to keep or remove the votes is kicked up to a CM.
@Makyen what about deletion for underage users?
for sockpuppets that makes sense.
@hyper-neutrino You know, I'm genuinely unsure. They managed to find quite a lot of really terrible posts before they even had access to review queues.
i wasn't a sock though so i think it was only 60 days? in any case users would've lost more than a couple hundred rep if all of my votes have been invalidated
2:41 AM
Look upon php gold badgers as though they are war veterans. They have trudged through some serious stuff, I imagine...
@hyper-neutrino Above C votes, the disposition of the votes is in the hands of the CMs.
I haven't been as generous with my downvotes but I have vtc'd almost 12000 posts in 3 years, an awful lot of which have been in php
huh. i wonder why any of my votes were invalidated then
I see more bad answers than bad questions, but for obvious reasons I can't downvote them all... I've lost a 100 rep to that already.
3845/4344 of my SO downvotes are on deleted posts. The percentage would be higher if I stopped downvoting additional posts and waited for the Roomba to clean up more of them as well.
2:51 AM
just curious (i'll move this to a private room if it shouldn't be public) if someone were to hack into and gain control of the entirety of charcoal (ignoring how practical that would be) (so this means full control and the admins can't shut it down or anything) and started using it for abuse (like nuking things with autoflaggers, etc), how quickly would it be able to be stopped?
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Considering the local machine is near Thomas Ward... However long it'd take for him to wake up and turn it off. If they decided to host their own, they'd need a bunch of creds that are closely guarded, and even then, the API key could be revoked.
We needn't worry about any of that though. Mr. Ward's quite the security expert, iirc. Fueled only by caffeine and spite, he guards the realms of smoke.
ah. that's nice :p
i feel like if someone had the technical ability to actually accomplish this they have much better things to be doing
It's the same philosophy as the earlier "Voting ring to avoid Smokey" example. If you're truly sophisticated enough to do that... Why are you on SE? :P
also true :D
@SmokeDetector fpu-
@Spevacus I don't believe that's quite right; I think the service with all the credentials is hosted in AWS by Undo.
Is it? It might be. Hmmm.
So it is.
3:23 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Convert string to JSON array by Tienanhvn on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Luncheon meat detected (42): Sort an arraylist of an arraylist of doubles by Helper189 on stackoverflow.com
fp- feedback received on [MS] Convert string to JSON array
@SmokeDetector fpu-
3:27 AM
sdc watch shiva[\W_]*+heater(?!\.com(?<=shivaheater\.com))
@SmokeDetector still up
sdc watch technobush\.com
sdc watch filezipo(?!\.io)
3:37 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Trouble with audio in remote desktop session with xrdp by Hirens Kodnani on askubuntu.com (@Ollie)
@SmokeDetector tpu- "undisclosed affiliation"
3:53 AM
@Nick BTW, for a single case of undisclosed affiliation, tp is the preferred feedback, i.e. blacklisting the user with tpu is not necessary. The reason is that for the first offense, they just might not know the policy, and informing them in a comment (as I just did) often works to make sure they don't repeat it.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Repeating characters in body (67): ///[deleted]/// ✏️ by plshalp on math.SE
@cigien they've been a user for almost 18 months so they ought to be aware of policies, but, yeah, maybe tpu was a bit unkind
tp- feedback received on [MS] ///[deleted]///
@SmokeDetector v
4:01 AM
@Nick I wouldn't set much store by the 18 months. They don't appear to have any visible contributions, and even if they did, they could post lots of answers that don't link to their content, and so not had a chance to learn of the policy until now. I've definitely encountered fairly high rep users who're unaware of the policy until it's pointed out.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer (87): Error: A problem occurred configuring project ':app' by arrmani88 on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector fpu-
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Mostly punctuation marks in body, mostly punctuation marks in title, repeating characters in body (124): ///[deleted]/// ✏️ by plshalp on philosophy.SE
4:11 AM
tp- feedback received on [MS] ///[deleted]///
@lyxal Watching this endless list of new questions never gets boring
@lyxal brews a cup of Macchiato for @lyxal
Makyen/EC2-linux: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
4:16 AM
sdc watch coingambling\.info
Question: what does smokey do with the feedback we give? Does it learn to autoflag/report better?
@metasmoke because the link is relevant, but it doesn't provide the specific answer.
4:24 AM
@lyxal No, not really. If you're on Teams, you can take a look at this.
huh, i don't remember this song (or who hiro even is. it's been too long)
@cigien how can one qualify for / sign up for charcoal teams
@hyper-neutrino I don't remember the exact details, but try clicking the Team link in the pinned Links message. That probably has sufficient instructions on what to do; there's only a couple of steps. If that doesn't work, I can look through the transcript; I remember having a more detailed conversation about the process because it wasn't working for me (which was because of a bug that has since been fixed).
It's telling me "You need a valid email address from an approved email domain to join this Team."
gmail and outlook appear invalid
4:30 AM
Ok, give me a sec.
@hyper-neutrino Go to this page and follow the directions.
Ok, try this metasmoke.erwaysoftware.com/channels/email for the email.
Or listen to Makyen, since they actually know what they're talking about :p
@hyper-neutrino The other portion of your question is covered on the Privileges page.
nice, it worked :P thanks both of you
@cigien I only ninja'd you by a few seconds. I should have just waited, as you had it handled.
4:43 AM
No worries :)
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Mostly punctuation marks in answer (37): Command Prompt Opens and Closes When Running Python Script by user15931590 on stackoverflow.com
Interesting that two feedback messages for the one post were displayed...
4:59 AM
@Nick I think it's a data race thing, when 2 members give feedback simultaneously. It happens every now and then.
teward/Osiris: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev 3b19ee161 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of coingambling\.info by cigien) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.6.9)
Restart: API quota is 18246.
5:17 AM
sdc watch swarzie\.com
sdc watch blue[\W_]*+kaktus(?!\.com(?<=bluekaktus\.com))
5:52 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer, no whitespace in answer (184): PS2 Eye Toy and Cheese webcam app by potato2 on askubuntu.com (@Ollie)
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in answer (1): Kali Linux 2016 Rolling Inverted Mouse Scrolling ✏️ by oa79 on unix.SE
6:17 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer (95): How to convert an email to PDF by rachit0909 on stackoverflow.com
iBug/Lily: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
tpu- feedback received on [MS] How to convert an email to PDF
6:35 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Url in title, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, pattern-matching product name in body, pattern-matching product name in title, +1 more (487): www.rfdtv.com/story/43889674/one-shot-keto-pills-reviews-oneshot-keto-directions-for-use by DavidBoothi on apple.SE
@SmokeDetector tpu-
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Repeating characters in body (67): Layout of the tablet version by htmllayout on stackoverflow.com
fp feedback received on [MS] Layout of the tablet version
6:51 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): CFDB plugin : Preventing Duplicate Submissions from CF7 by umbrella on stackoverflow.com
7:24 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (41): how to find out frame in selenium when iframe is not found in page source by santosh on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): Finding 1939 birth place in Pomerania, Poland by Tom on genealogy.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Does Canon LiDE 300 work out-of-box in Ubuntu? by Luna on askubuntu.com (@Ollie)
8:00 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): Convert ls -l output format to chmod format by phil32 on unix.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer (61): What are those weird wires in the audio cables? by VT Suzuki on electronics.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body (95): does anyone know why this is happening? by Pandu Zamora on stackoverflow.com
sdc watch suzukivinhtung\.vn
@Nick You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#6371 for you.
PR#6371 ("Nick: Watch suzukivinhtung\.vn") opened by SmokeDetector
!!/approve 6371
8:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer (61): How to create a color picker in html? by Tamim on stackoverflow.com
Wow the metasmoke site works well on smartwatches
Very cool
8:36 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in link text in body, bad keyword in title, blacklisted username, blacklisted website in body, +2 more (453): Where To Buy The Latest Hygiene Best Quality Sex Toys In India - GetSetWild by sunnyaroraww on academia.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in body (1): Now I am secure from cyber attack by Sure2020 on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Storing data back into Airtable JSON API - With REACT by Gert-Jan Feijens on stackoverflow.com
9:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword with a link in answer (80): System can't find paths when building .sln with Bamboo by srinivas22 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of answer (34): Google Fonts: Language selection not working by CoreWebVitals on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially problematic ns configuration in answer, username similar to website in answer (66): neo4j find paths between nodes with with the fewest stages by Adorable Silkroute on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Orbbec camera openni2 android demo can't run by 爸爸放大的 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Offensive body detected, potentially bad keyword in body, toxic body detected (101): do you hear this in your head when you read psalm 119. may your faith be pulverized. oh she's written in 119 iterations by ariel forman on judaism.SE
9:28 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in answer, blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially problematic ns configuration in answer (193): What distributions have an undefined mean but are not symmetric? by pooran on stats.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in answer, blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially problematic ns configuration in answer, +1 more (264): Textbook for Computational (Bio)Statistics from scratch? by pooransingh on stats.SE
!!/watch- adorablesilkroute\.com
!!/watch- aakash\.green
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Linked punctuation in body, potentially bad keyword in body (27): Do you need subscribers and viewers in your channl by Knight jelly on stackoverflow.com
!!/watch- 5df6106749(?# fiverr.com)
@metasmoke The chaotic neutral part of me really wants to fix the formatting in this mess of an attempt at spam...would make it's more obvious it's spam, too :-p
(lest anyone be concerned: I'm not actually going to do that)
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