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5 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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  • Not all spammers are obvious, some are hiding behind URL-Shorteners and redirects. Also keep an eye out for Ad-Spammers. I've written a GreaseMonkey Script which will display some of the better known Ad-Providers in a small info field when visiting the site. Ad-Spammers do also need to be flagged.
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4 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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  • Not all spammers are obvious, some are hiding behind URL-Shorteners and redirects. Also keep an eye out for Ad-Spammers. I've written a GreaseMonkey Script which will display some of the better known Ad-Providerswhich will display some of the better known Ad-Providers in a small info field when visiting the site. Ad-Spammers do also need to be flagged.
  • Another possible help for the hunt is the Web Of TrustWeb Of Trust, which will display user-ratings of the visited page.

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  • Not all spammers are obvious, some are hiding behind URL-Shorteners and redirects. Also keep an eye out for Ad-Spammers. I've written a GreaseMonkey Script which will display some of the better known Ad-Providers in a small info field when visiting the site. Ad-Spammers do also need to be flagged.
  • Another possible help for the hunt is the Web Of Trust, which will display user-ratings of the visited page.

Awesome query!

Please keep the following things in mind:

  • The Spam-Flags are only suitable for single spam posts. Please always check the whole account, and if there are more then one spam answers/questions, flag one for Moderator Attention, either requesting deletion of the account or manual cleanup (via the mods) of all answers (good practice is to offer coffee or donuts as bribe).
  • Not all spammers are obvious, some are hiding behind URL-Shorteners and redirects. Also keep an eye out for Ad-Spammers. I've written a GreaseMonkey Script which will display some of the better known Ad-Providers in a small info field when visiting the site. Ad-Spammers do also need to be flagged.
  • Another possible help for the hunt is the Web Of Trust, which will display user-ratings of the visited page.
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