The abusive character/s known as ‘eet’ (and dozens of variations of this name) is/are trying hard to get its/their personal attacks through and into this Web site. What’s curious is the wide variety of IP addresses that ‘eet’ is/are able to pull, even just minutes apart.
Recent examples (from the past hour alone):
- 220.127.116.11 (smtp.jales.sp.gov.br)
Yes, that’s ‘eet’ posting from the government of Brasil.
- 18.104.22.168 (tmhaos04.imsbiz.com)
Care to join ‘eet’ from Honk Kong?
- 22.214.171.124 (f054161141.adsl.alicedsl.de)
That’s a German ISP.
- 126.96.36.199 (64-205-116-85.dsl.manitu.net)
‘eet’ seems to be getting around a little too much. Either it’s not one person, or that person has an extraordinary reach to many computer resources around the world, including the Brasilian government (maybe it’s a zombie PC). The more you find out about this ‘eet’ phenomenon, the more amazed you become. Someone who can post 40 comments in just one day (especially in a site that which asked it to go away) truly raises suspicion.
We’ll continue our attempts to intercept abusive trolling, but it seems to be getting harder. Perhaps the high levels of site traffic have given someone reason for concern. █