[RC5] Dupes

Peter A. DeNitto denitto at llamas.net
Thu Apr 9 13:22:57 EDT 1998


Well, people have been doing alot of duping this past week...
And 95% of 'em are done w/o the knowledge of the people doing them, it's
because they're running old clients or old proxies...etc. 


I'll just detail Yesterday (0407)

792706 Total duplicates yesterday.

Version #	Dupes	%
7018		4	0%
7017		24489	3%
7016		57755	7%
7015		116	0%
7014		17794	2%
7013		57016	7%
7012		5283	0%
7011		61729	7%
7010		22800	2%
7009		27618	3%
7008		6737	0%
7007		2016	0%
7006		24444	3%
7005		1193	0%
7004		71	0%
7003		909	0%
7002		295007	37%
7001		19991	2%
6404		22238	2%
6403		58248	7%
6402		21384	2%
6401		65772	8%


58% of all dupes are done by old clients.

I hope this tells everyone that there are reasons and benefits to
upgrading ^_-

ALSO:  Make sure your PERSONAL PROXY is running the latest version, which
is 277 (275 on irix).  

Following are the top 10 dupers.

#1: 267501 blocks spammed by andreas at FreeBSD.ORG.
	Andreas is running a 7002 client.
#2: 48159 blocks spammed by yshige at pluto.dti.ne.jp.
	yshige is running a 6401 client.
#3: 37767 blocks spammed by genie at cc.nccu.edu.tw.
	genie is running 7013
#4: 29319 blocks spammed by toshi at ottot.to.
	Toshi is running a variety of client versions.  Looks like it's a
	perproxy.
#5: 26784 blocks spammed by guido at informatik.rwth-aachen.de.
#6: 24528 blocks spammed by tomo at onbiz.net.
	Running 6403
#7: 21864 blocks spammed by delznic at acm.org.
	Delznic is running 7002
#8: 12563 blocks spammed by rc5 at celab21.pc.elec.uq.edu.au.
	Running 6401, thru a proxy perhaps.
#9: 11968 blocks spammed by chris at squirrel.com.au.
	6401
#10: 7271 blocks spammed by wdavid at osni.com.
	Running a variety thru a proxy it sems.


--Pete


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