Кевин (mmn) wrote,

On Vox: AOL gets more spam than you can imagine.

I own the domain aol.cx and now I know why it was free on that fateful day, er, when ever I registered the thing.  I was searching for a domain to do aliens/ufo stuff with and I thought Aliens OnLine, unfortunately it turns out that I failed to factor in the internet giant of a similar name.  I manically put distance between the two names pretty damn fast so I'm sure there won't be any kind of solicitor showing up at my door any time soon.

Anyways, I've installed a mx backup service on my US based server to handle mail should Grimnir go tits up, I've been moving one name at a time and the first one being aol.cx.

I've been looking at the live stats and aol.cx is getting aol.com spam like you can't imagine, I'm sure this is spammer logic though.  I didn't realise how much shit Grimnir had to fob off from these cunts.  I might have to change the DNS back around as there are a handful that seem not to be on Spamhaus's massive zen list (although I might just pile on more blacklists to finish the rest off).

How very iritating.  Also, that is a screen shot of aol.cx if you don't believe me.

Originally posted on monkeybox.vox.com


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