Added a link to search Google with the spammer data to see if any matches show. This may be helpful in confirming the validity and or threat of a spammer. To see this link, click on a spammer’s name/email/or ip address to go to the spammer profile page. From there, you can scroll down to the bottom to click on the Google link.
P.S. I’ve noticed a funny name in the database (weird characters). I’ve since deleted it and I’ve decided to implement a flag system in which users can flag a name that they think is a false positive or faulty. I’ll be working on this in the coming days.
Welcome to the Official FSpamlist blog!
I’ve been fiddling around with the database today and I’ve added a couple things…
-Moved to a better server (thanks: HASTYHOST.COM)
-Got domain name: http://www.fspamlist.com (Update your bookmarks)
-Cleaned up web-interface look (fonts,tables, ect)
-Spammer Profile Pages
This blog is so I can inform fspamlist’s users of stats,news,and upcoming features. I also want to hear from you in the comments… I want to hear site suggestions, how I can improve the database, and general info that I might not know about.
Hopefully this will be a great tool for all of our benefit.
If you don’t know what FSpamlist is, please read this page.
Spammers names/emails/ip addresses in database: 1540