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Apr. 1st, 2008 (UTC)

I'm sure they absolutely will get sick of it, and the only cure for it is to burn out the spammers at the source, but at least it's a means of reducing the amount of damage they do on LJ.

From what scarybaldguy said, it wasn't even necessary to click on the video; just visiting the profile in which the video was embedded was enough to redirect. And that's very bad from a LJ perspective, if you can't trust an LJ profile enough to visit it...

I went to the profile of one of the spammers, saw that there was a video in there a dodgy-looking domain, and closed the window in general irritation, before anything was visited or downloaded.

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