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12:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How do I convert an ISO8601 TimeSpan to a C# TimeSpan? by Adam Barak on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
Ragequit? "please delete me" in profile. Edited several old posts to remove profanity from them before posting some of his own. Odd. stackexchange.com/users/4284487/adam-barak?tab=activity
 
@NormalHuman to save you the trouble, I'll just say that right now the API is broken for user deletion and vote invalidation. Hoping that doesn't take too long to fix, but I guess it's been broken for a while.
 
user259867
12:29 AM
@SmokeDetector fp- code dump with some bad keywords in it
 
@Shog9 - You here? We could use your help for something serious.
 
@TravisJ oh?
 
@Shog9 - One of our chat users received a death threat via email.
From an SO user.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: LINEAR PROGRAMMING by andre on mathematica.stackexchange.com
 
@TravisJ greeaat. Ask him to forward that on to team@, please
 
12:36 AM
@Shog9 - This user had just come off a 1 year suspension today. I will have him forward it to team@
 
Yeah I'm actually pretty sure I'm going to report it to the police. He's emailing my personal email account.
Hello is this Cody Herring from Slalom Consulting (codyh@slalom.com)?

I advise you if once I'm back to the chat you keep being an asshole I will get to you in your city and then your home to hurt you really bad.

This is Adam Barak.

I salute you from a city near Halab (Syria). I have some friends of yours in your neighbourhood.
I'd be happy to forward the original emails to a moderator. I'll very likely forward to the police as well, though I doubt anything will come of it.
 
@Codeman do both. Also tell the police they can contact us for additional details regarding the sender if need-be.
 
@Shog9 thanks :) how do I contact the mod team apart from the flag I already did?
 
@Codeman team@stackexchange.com
 
thanks.
sigh there are really some assholes out there.
nice, and he just set off the smoke detector, too. lol
he was downvoting all of my stuff.
@Shog9 is there precedent for this? AKA who should I contact, etc... I know it's the internet, but emailing my personal email with death threats is not okay
 
12:46 AM
@Codeman yeah. Contact your local authorities, and send as many details as you can to us.
That's about all you can do; chances are, it's an empty threat... but to be on the safe side, report it.
 
yeah, that's my thought
 
For reference, this was the account they were using: stackoverflow.com/users/3971020
 
some guy says "I'm in Syria, I have friends near you", chances are they're just being an asshole, but better to be safe than sorry
not sure what kind of ability SO has to get IP addresses and that sort of thing, but... it's really not something I think should just be let go
wow. he's going to my Github and sending me threats to cut my head off there, too
 
That's why I try to use different aliases for everything.
 
I mean... for me, it's a networking/career thing. You want your SO profile to be visible on Github and vice versa
 
12:53 AM
@TravisJ Another of your sockpuppets, @Bart? :/
 
I wish
 
TODAY IS THE DAY!!!! TODAY IS THE DAY I CAST MY FIRST STACKOVERFLOW CLOSE VOTE!!!!
 
@TravisJ which was using a yopmail account at one time, and could trivially have been hijacked...
 
I realize it was a weak reference. I think that is all of the information I have to offer unfortunately.
 
yeah, don't stress about it
unless you're using a disposable email for anything that might reflect badly on you if abused, in which case absolutely do stress about that
 
user259867
1:01 AM
Jul 9 at 3:32, by Shog9
I hear there's a huge market for accounts with fake, nonsense email addresses as their only credential
 
no stress :) I have a cheap domain that hosts my private email
day is over though, thanks for the help @Shog9, I appreciate it
 
np
 
user259867
I kind of want to try the Google Domain thing, but worry it'll get discontinued in two years...
 
1:17 AM
eh; unlikely you wouldn't be able to migrate off of it
 
user259867
Yes, but not without losing the supposedly stable email address that the service would provide.
 
1:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: UNTERMINATED STRING CONSTANT MVC ONCLICK by Ufuk Doğan on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How much of my money does my Mum spend when she buys me things? by Buttass McGee on gaming.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu- obviously
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Hotspot Shield Elite VPN v4.1.4 Mod Apk For Android by Rozen Gupta on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu- non-skincare spam for once. Almost on topic.
 
Arqade has a disproportional amount of offensive answers when compared to its traffic. It has 9.1% of Smokey's offensive answer reports, compared to SU with 11.3% (and ~2x the traffic) and SO with 25.5% (and a ton more traffic).
 
1:39 AM
Speaking of...
sd tpu-
 
sd tpu-
somone's going on a bit of a spree
 
user259867
 
user259867
I'm not sure if comics with such language will still be okay under the new chat guidelines...
 
Well, I submitted a report to the FBI... Not sure what else there is to do
 
1:57 AM
@NormalHuman If you're speaking of the Lounge stuff... trust me, much more was going on in there than swearing.
 
@Codeman If it helps any, I believe this is a persistent troll that we've dealt with before. They've gone by the names Adam Barak, Barack Obama, Sufi Developer, dasdom, myth, and others. They were the ones responsible for flooding chat with swastika avatars a year or so ago, and have made threats against multiple members of the site over the last couple of years.
They troll others via email, Google+, and Twitter as well. They trolled me for a while on the site and off. The thing is, I've had conversations with the guy where he apologized and contributed well for a while, then someone would say something about Palestine or something else that set him off and he'd flip out and start attacking people again.
They also read chat transcripts of the Tavern and other places, and have attempted to troll this room by dumping things that Smoky would pick up, then immediately deleting them. Real fun person to deal with.
 
I sadly remember that.
 
@BradLarson thanks. yeah, he claimed he was from Syria and he had friends near me and he'd cut my head off, etc.
because I kick muted him for one minute for calling me an idiot quite rudely
any chance of getting the FBI or something involved? If he's a consistent problem on SO chat, they might share IP addresses or something similar.
I'm not an LEO but if someone claimed to be from Syria and threatened to kill people, I'd probably investigate it :P
I know chances are it's some loser living in his mom's basement trying to feel powerful
 
From the sounds of things, the butthurt is strong with this one
 
yeah.
 
2:28 AM
@tchrist yo queria un poni... :(
 
@Braiam E̡̢̧̛̟̖̬̣̮̤̘̮̍́̇̄̄n̯̭̦̭̐́̓̔̏̇̒̏̋̕ṱ̡̞̤̣̐́̒̀ơ̡̙̗̞̙̤̖̤̪̩̪̌̑̈̇̅̋̂ņ̝̖̗̋̄̌̌́̈ĉ̛̙̝̙̩̎̏̀‌​̆̀ẽ̥̠̤̥̫̣̥̭̒̎̉̎̐̑s̨̖̭̔̃̔̎ ţ̛̩̘̞̖̤̤̪̠̠̘̞́̋̉̄̋̍̌ḙ̙̥̔̏n̛̂̚ḍ̡̛̠̬̮̭̃̓̅̀̒̈r̬̮̟̫̫̥̯̦̟̝̊́̔̔̕̕̚á̢̧̩̥̣̦̘̥̗̘̠̊̐̀̌̓s̩̠‌​̘̞̮̀̒̄̂̌ q̧̢̢̭̪̈̓̔̎u̗̬̭̇̅̐̚ȇ̫ ȃ̖̪̞̖̃̏̑̍̉̑ġ̡̪̜̤̣̐̚ų̘̟̒̚an̗̯̝̗̋́̇̍̄̇̋̉ţ̫̖̝̏̃̌̅ǎr̡̛̛̞̞̯̥̮̎̆̑̄̎̅̒̈ţ̧̤̪̤̎̀ȩ̨̉ d̨̛̜̠̬̮̮̙̗̊̉̂̆̍̎̏̐̔̒ơ̫̤̔̃̆̊̍̎̎c̨̛̪̫̭̫̆́̄̒́ẻ̯̬̃̄́ ḑ̣̙̬̮̠̮̇̒̆̓̆̀̎̎̈́̄̆í̧̯̣̣̖̜̝̫̣̉̇̉ā̡̛̛̭̬̔̍̆̇̉ś̛̛̭̝̟̓̋̍̅ m̧̠̙̝̉̉̑̈̐̒̑̒ą̢̘̫̗̞̖̯̭́̊̑̉̉̀s̛̘̠̋̉̍̂̚̚.
 
user259867
2:52 AM
@onlybluefeet I hate to break it to you, but "dealing with ridiculous nonsense" is pretty much our job description. :-/
 
3:11 AM
in Unix and Linux on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, yesterday, by Jenny D
"Hello, sysadmin Jenny speaking"
"I want to talk to the sysadmin, not to support!"
"Yes, I'm the sysadmin for the mail servers."
"No, I mean, the person who actually works with them!"
"Yes, that's me."
"No, I mean the technical person, not support or customer service!"
"Yes, that's me."
"NO! I need to talk to the TECH PEOPLE!"
After a while I gave up, muted my phone and called around the office "There's a guy here who doesn't believe I'm actually working with the mail system. Can one of you guys (all of whom were men) please talk to him?"
 
user259867
:/
 
it gets better
in Unix and Linux on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, yesterday, by Jenny D
My colleague took over the call, and after that I only heard his side, which went:
"I don't know that."
"Sorry, I have no idea."
"Sorry, that's not something I work with."
"No, sorry, no idea."
*incoherent yelling*
"Well, you were on the phone with the right person a while back, but you didn't want to talk to her, and now I don't think she wants to talk with you!"
The customer hung up.
 
@Braiam Well, that didn't go over completely well. Culture clash I guess.
 
Delightful
 
(Me refiero al otro room.)
Not to the delightful U&L chat.
 
3:18 AM
@tchrist yeah, maybe I shouldn't try to bring them up to SE speed :/
 
It will take time. You seem to have become a bête noire for them now. :)
 
nobody has bothered even to check the score breakdown of the post I pointed to... and they are telling that I downvoted it...
the thing is on 4/0
 
You’re throwing them every which way, doncha know?
I wouldn't worry too much. Juan won't be persuaded by silliness, I'm sure. They'll get over it.
There’s a lot of enthusiasm there though, which can be a positive thing even if currently misdirected.
 
yeah, a gentle but strong guidance may be necessary earlier than later
@tchrist mm... you are throwing me off with that sentence, doncha know?
 
3:24 AM
sd tpu-
 
in Stack Overflow en español on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 7 mins ago, by Fabián Heredia Montiel
El esta mandado votos negativos pordoquier.
 
on meta only: 12 upvotes and 9 downvotes
 
/me tries to understand things being said with pitiful Spanish 2 skills :P
 
@Doorknob you want to learn spanish?
 
@Doorknob You have to be able to read past the typos and the lack of diacritics.
 
3:26 AM
@Braiam I'm taking a class in my school.
@tchrist Haha, yeah, I've noticed that
 
@Doorknob that's one thing, but you want to actually be able to speak/read/write spanish?
 
It's like any other chat outside ELU: very quickly typed and without much attention to details. Plenty of errors any native speaker in that situation makes.
Fumblefingery, basically.
 
I have an excuse... my keyboard is in english, and switching between both is just a pain
 
@Braiam Oh zing! :)
 
@Braiam Uhh. Not sure yet. I do find it interesting (languages in general are interesting to me), but it's only been 1.5 years.
 
3:27 AM
@Braiam It’s not too bad with the Mac bindings.
Slows me down a little, but I’d rather put them in. The weird thing is that I almost never misread what's being said without them.
Your brain just leaps to what it has to have been.
 
the pain is not due that but this bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=865
right now is on alt+caps, but each time, I forget :/
 
On my laptop, I use compose+'+<letter>. It's slightly painful, but compose+' becomes muscle memory-ish after a while.
(compose+~+n also works)
 
Alt-e + vowel for acute, alt-n + vowel or n for tilde, etc.
 
it isn't natural once you are used to the spanish keyboard
 
Alt-i plus vowels for cîrcumflex.
@Braiam Understood.
Evil starboard bug.
I wish they would learn to count properly.
 
3:31 AM
can anyone see the votes breakdown on my profile in es.SO? meta.es.stackoverflow.com/users/152/braiam
 
I can.
 
ok
 
Now I'm curious... how did you learn different languages, @tchrist?
 
@hichris123 You get to learn one extra language per Intelligence point over 12 on 3d6.
3
 
he got several dictionaries on different languages, put them in a blender with milk and egg and drank it
 
3:35 AM
@tchrist Are we playing an RPG here?
 
@tchrist Is there a ring that gives +n to Int? :P
 
I meant how did you become proficient in the language. >.>
 
@hichris123 I certainly hope so. I'd be very disappointed if this were real life.
2
 
@hichris123 immerse yourself in it
 
Move someplace where nobody speaks your language, and then date such people.
It sticks to you then.
 
3:37 AM
damn @tchrist, stop stealing my spotlight!
*shakesfist*
 
@Braiam I know that's probably the best way, but it's kinda hard... I mean, I'm taking a Spanish class currently but we're not fully immersed nor can I easily move to somewhere where I'd speak only Spanish.
@tchrist Is this from experience or guesswork?
 
@Braiam ♬ ¿Noche oscura? ¿Nada ves?
 
well, I didn't exactly move to a place where they can speak english either... at least not physically
 
fair enough.
 
@hichris123 I don't guess when speaking ex cathedra.
Damn song.
 
3:39 AM
@hichris123 change the language to your phone/pc, I bet you that in a week you got the nag of it
 
Mine actually is in Spanish mode.
 
I'm thinking of switching it to french, to remember it
 
@Braiam So I should just speak in Spanish in here? Okay then. ;P
 
@hichris123 My own and that of many others I've seen.
@hichris123 Por donde fueres, haz lo que vieres.
 
@tchrist yeah, I figured. So is that what you'd primarily attribute your success in said languages to, or...?
 
3:41 AM
@hichris123 To enjoyment.
But do it when you are young.
 
in more than a way, I suppose :P
 
Pues.
 
@tchrist I wish I started when I was younger. It'd be much easier.
 
it's never late to learn a new language, just not that easy
child brains are wired to cheat while learning
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: Transfer ownership of in app purchases to new email address? by rogerioUp on android.stackexchange.com (@AndrewT.)
 
3:43 AM
If you learn a couple Romance languages reasonably well, you can pick up most of the others at need without all that much work, honestly.
 
There is nothing like that with English. Knowing English allows you to jump to nothing else the way knowing Spanish and wanting to jump to Portuguese or Italian, or even French, does.
 
I was under the presumption that english helps with german
or was russian?
 
No, it has some help for German.
But not like even Spanish to French in my estimation.
 
@tchrist See, while I understood the literal meaning of that, I had to use Google Translate to get the actual idiom.
 
3:46 AM
@hichris123 Oh, it's a frozen phrase.
Proverb. With old language.
Like if we said "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife."
 
I just didn't understand that because I had no idea what "fueres" and "vieres" are. Some form of subjunctive, or something? (We haven't learned such "advanced" topics yet :P)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Reduce your wrinkles and fine lines by MauriceMarshall on askubuntu.com
 
@tchrist What's the difference? I mean, there's traditional proverbs I know (teach a man to fish)... but what makes an idiom an idiom and not a proverb (and vice versa)?
 
@Doorknob the verbose version would be: a donde quiera que tu fueres, haz lo que tu vieres alli
 
@hichris123 What would you call "When in Rome, do as the Romans"?
Which of course is exactly what it means.
 
3:54 AM
apparently, an OP appreciated my common sense call
 
About backticks, or something else?
 
else
 
@Doorknob Oh, those are future subjunctives. Not really used any longer in the normal course of things in modern Spanish, but you'll read them in older literature and sometimes in legal language. They are still productive in Portuguese though.
 
@tchrist we still use them
 
@Braiam If you say so. :)
> Aunque me quitare la vida, todavía confiaré en Él.
If you call that active use, ok then. :)
It just sounds old-timey to me.
But there are a huge number of places where they've been speaking Spanish a very long time, and many have their own habits and traditions.
 
4:00 AM
@tchrist Yeah, I see that clearly it would be a proverb now, but I was thinking alomg the lines of 'idioms can't be understood piecemeal', and that phrase couldn't.
 
Probably all of them do.
 
@tchrist I wouldn't say it like that
 
Good thing you're not Job, then. :)
 
actually is just a nitpick, quitare -> quitase
unless I have suicidal tendencies, in which case it just confuses me
 
No, future subjunctive is quitare, past subjunctive is quitase or quitara. Te lo juro.
Even though he should take my life, still shall I trust in Him.
It’s a quote from Borges, himself quoting the Bible.
> Job testifica de su confianza en Jehová y dice: Aunque me matare, en Él confiaré; Él también será mi salvación.
> He aquí, aunque él me matare, en él confiaré; pero defenderé delante de él mis caminos.
It's all very old-style talk.
Today we would say aunque me quite la vida.
 
4:08 AM
you forgot the subject! >:(
 
Yes well, I had it in mind. :)
I see why it reads funny without the earlier él.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: Where to purchase factor for daily Use? by camri jams on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: in order to observe just like used to do that Proactol ACTUALLY WORKS by user529054 on superuser.com
 
user259867
sd 2tpu- No, from now on all spam must be in Spanish
 
user259867
Then it would be at least a little useful. Actually we get French on a regular basis recently.
 
@NormalHuman I'm weird, I'm kind of exited to see that
 
4:10 AM
That reminds me of Undo's "Spam Recommendations." :P
 
user259867
Oh, how's the election on Spam ...err, Software Recommendations going?
 
Still in nominations phase, still 3 candidates last I checked.
s/3/5/
Yep, there's still only 5.
 
user259867
But good candidates. As of now, I'd go with Undo/Izzy/one who should not be named.
 
btw, @tchrist, you should try to read translated Chinese literature, is funny how some translators try to adjust Chinese grammar to english
 
That sounds weird.
 
4:16 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Top Skin Care Products by adolflee on askubuntu.com
 
@Doorknob I AM CRYING!
 
:D
 
"All your base are belong to us" is a broken English phrase found in the opening cutscene of the 1991 video game Zero Wing which became a popular Internet meme. The quote is included in the European version of the game, which features poorly translated English from the original Japanese version. The meme developed from this as the result of a GIF animation depicting the opening text which was initially popularized on the Something Awful message forums. == Selected transcript == == Mentions in media == The phrase or some variation of lines from the game has appeared in numerous articles, books...
 
That's where the "do not want" meme comes from, by the way (although it's a less common one).
 
4:21 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Beauty Care Products For Guys by Wanransyari on superuser.com
 
@Doorknob mm... Obi wan and that pilot conversation is just too weird to be accidental
 
@Braiam it is, though... probably. The guy provided the subtitles of the entire movie here.
If he were to fake all of that, well, that's still impressive dedication :P
 
I don't mean the guy, but the video makers
 
Superuser spam is my cue for bed.
 
@Braiam I think the translations were automated. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
4:26 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: pure renewal cleanse by princebrown on workplace.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Find The Best Weight Loss Product For You? by zawafuye on askubuntu.com
 
4:49 AM
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[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: POWERSHELL AND LYNC by Asweall on stackoverflow.com
 
@bjb568 that doesn't look like a pounce
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Act will probably they would have been occupying by Sophia Keith on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@Braiam We can fly!
 
5:07 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, bad keyword in username, black magic in body, black magic in title, phone number detected in title: powerful duA +918890992007,,black magic specialist baba ji/? by molvi ali on webapps.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of answer: Ubuntu replacement for IrfanView by sharef on askubuntu.com
 
user259867
sd 3tpu- the last one is particularly clever...
 
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[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: Peptides slower in place the quantity of by koperlulie on superuser.com
 
user259867
5:59 AM
sd 2tpu-
 
6:10 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating words in answer: SQL Select Statement Limit & Desc Order by test on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: mee Age Correction Cream draws by jolieblahaunnr on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector That's enough, non-latin link check is restricted to answers (where it actually works).
 
6:28 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: it opened up once again 1976 began by Kiluyj Pk on superuser.com
 
sd tpu-
 
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sd 3tpu-
 
6:52 AM
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@Ghost I guess there are some bugs belonging to the chat
I know some more active chat profiles of banned users
 
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7:10 AM
> 15410
 
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7:34 AM
Any SO mod around? This network wide troll put Robert's LinkedIn account as his own.
Better reset this, no?
hmm... that troll was good in the past... how sad.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: If I quit my PhD, would it make my advisor look bad? by asdqtewqotpidsg on academia.stackexchange.com
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7:59 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, pattern-matching website in answer: apache solr combine terms from different content type by shaniansari on drupal.stackexchange.com
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in username: android custom text style by Babaji Pokharkar on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: The Power of the Adolescent Brain by robertrancis on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: internet site after finding out its tutorial by dorn juriya on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: which without difficulty fights age marks by dornjuriya on stackoverflow.com
 
8:25 AM
sd 11tpu-
 
huh? Doesn't it support only 5?
sd - - - - - - -
 
Apparently not
Ooooooo
This question has 4 CV's but I disagree that it should be closed. They are all saying that there is no code, but the question has nothing to do with code.
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Q: Is failed attempts to allocate memory somehow logged by windows?

Camiel CoppelmansI have a situation where I have an application which sometimes crashes in a particular windows desktop. The core files are showing an illegal memory access, and I suspect the reason for that is some kind of failure with the malloc function. It is probably returning a NULL pointer, but the machine...

The question is essentially Does Windows log attempts to allocate memory?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: PROBLEM WITH SH2 A/D CONVERSION by Nguyen van sy on electronics.stackexchange.com (@PeterJ)
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: An Honest Review Of Neutrogena Items For Acne Cure - Do They Function? by bessiejware on superuser.com
 
8:46 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: BUILDING OPEN STREET ROUTING MACHINE(OSRM) by Vishnupriya R on stackoverflow.com
 
8:57 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, black magic in body, black magic in title: black magic specialist baba ji +919828568902 by aguruji24 on webapps.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: running can protect you from Alzheimer's, is that right? by sabrina run on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: it religiously, and you know what by kimax ballo on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body: BEST ONLINE MSBI TRAINING by silla89 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: ORA-06553: PLS-103 by Vishal Nadikudi on stackoverflow.com
 
9:25 AM
@JamesENL That answer is No. It really is a debug question and to properly answer you would need to explain how to use WinDbg and a .dmp file to do crash analysis. That is really too broad. However Defrag tools has some extensive video's on how to do that.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, phone number detected in title: Love Affairs Husband-Wife Problems+91-8239810997 Solution in uk usa uae australia newzealand by AnandJi Pandit on webapps.stackexchange.com
 
9:40 AM
sd why
 
@rekire [:4275339] Body - Position 538-547: diet plan
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Broken image in Penalty Box blog post by user310619 on meta.stackexchange.com
 
sd tpu-
blech
 
@hichris123 not anymore
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Tongkat ali has an amazing combination by Blingkhan Khan on arduino.stackexchange.com
 
9:56 AM
b..b..bart
 
o/
 
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: How Does Raging Lion Male Enhancement Benefit You? by Thoms Jon on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Windows 7: How do I find missing drivers? by Feelsgood on superuser.com
 
10:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating words in answer: Unable to import the methods, even though external jar files are added to the project by user5634512 on stackoverflow.com
 
I've found a spammer who tries to spamvertize his site, using edit suggestions:
http://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/10426318
I have reported this spammer, but the Smokey engineers here may want to look at it.
I'm aware Smokey doesn't watch pending edits, so for Smokey there's not a problem yet.
But the site that the editor is trying to spamvertize - we may want to add it to the blacklist.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: The Fast Size Extender, however not broadly tried by abigailbreslin on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Is it unethical for a person to become a doctor because it is a high income profession? by David Pace on philosophy.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
@rene User blacklisted (5615165 on stackoverflow.com).
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Batch file variable path doesnt work by test on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Finding The Right Skin Care Products by Dhoom on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of answer: How do you create a Spring MVC project in Eclipse? by Sourin Mukherjee on stackoverflow.com
 
11:05 AM
Yo
Mac is updated
 
Yo
And cyclez?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: while restoring the normal dampness to the skin by Robertjurim on stackoverflow.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of answer: Is fu-vision good place to learn vfx/animation in madurai? by John on academia.stackexchange.com
 
sd tpu-
question is a spam seed from same user too
 
11:21 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: Your Pay Is Not Enough? Try To Earn Money Online! by Valerieflynn on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
sd tpu-
 
11:43 AM
@Bart You disowned a sockpuppet? That's cruel.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: BATCH DECIMAL VARIABLE CALCULATOR by ratouney on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Sixties over Alaska citizens worked by Sophia Keith on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Sleeping Sprays Tools by tomchota on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
12:15 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: What will my Apps URL be in google play when i publish it? by Khushboo on stackoverflow.com
 
Beware! That isn't a facebook link!
It seems to be trying to steal passwrods
 
12:28 PM
wow
 
I just entered some random nonsense inside
 
using document.write to generate all the contents
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body: SAP MM Online Training by ujwala78 on stackoverflow.com
 
Problem is, people really fall on those and they get tons of real facebook accounts this way
 
12:47 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Django Queryset Filter Missing Quotes by dmfnsdgsmgn on stackoverflow.com
 
Lol, would be caught by gibberish filter
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: your sexual issues promptly.? by frankclanton on stackoverflow.com
 
It seems like every time I find a good posting on es.so, it turns out to be merely a translation of an existing en.so post. \N{SAD PANDA}
 

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