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I used to have 291 reputation on StackOverflow, now I have 467. It seems like somebody upvoted many of my answers in one day...

I don't want people to get suspicious on me, what can I do?
Can I find out who did the upvotes?

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You don't have to do anything. There a vote-fraud scripts in place. If it was one joker, then your rep will drop soon again. Just ignore it. – Ladybug Killer Sep 4 '10 at 18:45
    
You really should have posted it as an answer. – Oleh Prypin Sep 4 '10 at 18:47
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Don't look a gift unicorn in the mouth. Seriously, you'll be hit in the face with a rainbow. – Pops Sep 4 '10 at 18:50
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As an aside, disassociate and reassociate your Super User account to get a 100 point bonus there too. – ChrisF Sep 4 '10 at 18:52
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@Popular Demand - wrong end. – detly Sep 5 '10 at 9:26
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This is all handled automatically; you don't have to do anything.

If voting anomalies persist for more than 24-36 hours email us at the address provided at the bottom of every web page, with as many details as you have.

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I'm the responsible of that BlaXpirit, I can remove my up votes if you prefer. I think we should not be able to upvote the same people too many times.

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Why did you upvote BlaX so many times? As a joke, or because you browsed their answers and found them useful? – Peter Ajtai Sep 6 '10 at 2:00
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I liked the way BlaXpirit helped one member. But now I think that was not a good idea. Voting for the same person the same day is very rare, and should be avoided. – user150926 Sep 6 '10 at 6:32

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