In article <qxsCj.3055$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, Rob Kendrick
'twas not a rant, but it soon will be if some of you fellows don't
lighten up a little. ;-)
Yes, I do, thanks. (Whoa! I think you meant.)
Ah! _MOST_ Not all then. Just the ones you know about.
Contrariwise. Some certainly do work to IP level. That's the whole point
of them working well.
Um. Yes it can. Apparently. It _can_ apply to individual IPs which is why
they have a 'remove IP address' on some services for those times you have
found your IP address on such a list thanks to inadvertantly aquiring a
bot. Then you have to stay off by not allowing your system to become a
Thanks for the vague critique.
To help understanding one has to be simple. I believe in KISS. I'm sorry
if some of it was too complex for you to understand, that was not my
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