Monday, September 10, 2012

Blogger Traffic Sources Status Spam Url List


I’m having Blogger traffic sources from this suspicious url referrer on my Blogger status, the most common url are pregolom.com/find/in/index.php (Pregolom Traffic Sources On Blogger Stats), super-online-search.com/find/in/index.php, http://myhealthscore.com/frame.cfm?page, http://www.filmhill.com/redirect.php?url and http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2gA2gc/t.co/ and many more. This traffic sources on our Blogger blog are actually url spam referrer. Here I ‘am listing suspicious url that I had encountered since I start blogging for the refence of others who are having the same experience like mine.

Blogger Traffic Chart

http://www.omgmachines.com/?hop=gerbill3
http://gsniper2.com/?hop=gerbill3
http://0rz.tw/orp80
http://t.co/6kSaxKTT
http://www3.t-8jy1o8pij.trickip.net/
http://6dd260ed.urlbeat.net
http://adsenserrors.info
http://software.refererx.com/ 
http://www.elebda3.net/redirect.php?url=t.co/TpCBMDg9
http://zombiestat.com/
http://uglystat.com/
http://adsensewatchdog.com (see more about what is adsensewatchdog.com here)
http://adsresultpages.com/?aff=5801&saff=1&source=1&q=buy+viagra
http://bit.ly/FreeDownloadMoneyMakingPackage
http://tinyurl.com/EarnMoneyFromADFLY
http://myhealthscore.com/frame.cfm?page=http%3a%2f%2ft.co%2fz1v6ZazZ
http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2gA2gc/t.co/TIlBBraD
http://tr.netlog.com/go/out/url=http%3a%2f%2ft.co%2fcM5qnlnl?kjKJHl8HKd23
http://www.filmhill.com/redirect.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2F5UQiESCF
http://yandex.ru/yandsearch?
http://www.meendo.com/?partner=2631
http://pregolom.com/find/in/index.php
http://super-online-search.com/find/in/index.php 
http://www.elebda3.net/redirect.php?url=t.co/TpCBMDg9
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4p9PjdqHN4 
http://bytovaya-tehnika.blogspot.ru/ - Dec. 2012
http://electronika-tech.blogspot.ru/  - Dec. 2012
http://obo-vsem-blog.blogspot.ru/  - Dec. 2012

http://lshirlene.github.com/166.html 
http://thesecrettool.blogspot.com

Received hits from this sites - March 2013


http://kechinf.phpnet.us
http://members.multimania.co.uk
http://olshopu.netai.net
http://r-e-f-e-r-e-r.com/

https://twitter.com/lena_ab_3602396
https://twitter.com/maks_no_1319992
https://twitter.com/oleg_pr_3686283
https://twitter.com/vasja_ko_194746

http://itunesprog.ru/ - URL referrer as of November 2013

Never click on the suspicious url on your blog stats!

The list of url above is pretty annoying, hope Blogger will do something about it. You may add other Url spam referrer not mentioned in here for us to be aware.


Note: Above list was based on what reflected on my traffic sources status of my blog that I found suspicious, you may search more information about url listed as my list is not accurate at all times. If you are the rightful owner of the domain, do send as an email along with the details that you own that domain for us to opt out from the list.

27 comments:

  1. how do I remove this spam from my blog?

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  2. Anonymous9/11/2012

    I want to know how to remove this too.

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  3. just continue publishing good quality articles.

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  4. Do you know what happens exactly if somebody access it? Unfortunately, before reading some articles on the web (yours, for example), I clicked on one of these suspicious link. Yeah, I know I'm very idiot because I did it, but it's too late to regret, that's the why I wanted to know which problems I'll have.
    Tks!

    Regards from Brazil.

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    1. Tatyana, never click those suspicious link as you click them you are helping them to their purpose of gaining traffic, beware of other suspicious link as we don’t know if it contains malicious script.

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  5. Is there any way to officially report referral spam? I read somewhere that Google removes the links, when they find out about them; can we help them find out? :-)

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  6. I thought it was just me. All bloggers were having it. I never trust traffic stat that referred on blogger stat, or even clicked on it. I will copy the link and Google for it to get an information. I trust the stat on statcounter for referral link. Thanks for this.

    Regards,

    Verdi

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  7. I'm getting some from adsresultpages, adsensewatchdog, and in-ter-net.info

    Thanks for the article I am less worried now having read that.

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  8. I've been seeing some of this lately as well, thanks for clearing up what it was for me.

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  9. I also just got traffic sources from adsensewatchdog and ZombieStat.

    Anyone know if there is a way to block those unwanted URLs?

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  10. Create a "robots.txt" file and host on your Blogger site, listing the offending sites.

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  11. so is this actual traffic? Or it's just a bot?

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  12. Stumble Upon should be fine - people can add web pages here that they like, so if you didn't add your blog page to Stumble Upon it may have been that one of your readers of followers did :)

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  13. I ALSO STILL GETTING TRAFFIC FROM http://vampirestat.com THIS SITE! I WENT TO THAT SITE 2 MONTH BEFORE TO CHECK MY SITE'S STATUS. AND STILL GET TRAFIC. AND GET TRAFIC FROM ALL OF YOU WRITE. I THOUGHT THAT ADSENSEWATCHDOG IS GOOGLE'S OWN AND SECURE SITE THAT ONLY ACCESS THEY. MY SITE IS bdalbum.com

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  14. Is anyone at Blogger listening, reading and acting. Or should I just ignore, but find that my stats are not accurate..rather inflated by url's which can be a problem for future..may be virus connections or disruptions or even diversion..BLOGGER...do something!!!

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  15. I created a robot.txt file (you actually have to paste the info in under Google's 'Settings') and it made no difference whatsoever to these URLs - they still show up in my traffic.

    Bots only pay attention to those settings if they're decent web crawlers. Clearly spambots are not. No one seems able to offer advice on how to block them and Google's so-called 'help' is no help at all. Blogspot offers no way to send an email to Google to complain about this. Way to go, Google!

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  16. i wanna report a blogger blog as spam.

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  17. Great, so what happens if I did click to see what it was? I read that it can instantly spread a virus to your computer. (Vampire Stat, at least) I just did a scan and didn't find anything, though. Does anyone know if this is true?!

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  18. i posted only 3 blogger blogs. im newbie. n i got some traffic from filmhill n vampirestat. my question is-
    1.what harm do they make on my blogs?
    2.what's there benefit...

    anybody help.

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    1. It (vampirestat) is some kind of online service providing data and statistics about domain names. They show up in my reports too.

      I`m pretty sure they do no harm to your blog.

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  19. I'm getting traffic from http://blogsrating.pw/ and also from adsensewatchdog,filmhill,vampirestat,iwebtool,t.co,

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    1. I have got traffic from those sites recently. It's really not good for our blog. Just ignore it :D

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  20. OK, now I know that the Blogger programmers are at a complete loss on stopping this. But meanwhile the stats are meaningless. Good thing we are not paying for it. The stats are just useless. Perhaps next year? Blogger is nice people so we can accept that. Thanks.

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  21. Did they get it?

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  22. I was getting about 200- 300 hits on my blog every couple hours. I looked at what pages and post of mine were showing higher than average hits. I had 1 page that usually gets about 90 per day and it jumped to 105, not alot, so I looked at the post and comments and deleted suspicious comment and pingbacks, vampirestat stopped hitting my blog. Don't know if this will work for anyone else? Worth atry I guess

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  23. I want to know how to remove this too

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  24. Extremely annoying. Vampirestat is probably a spam bot. Blogger officials apparently are powerless to stop this menace.

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