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ADDED in Artica web Open Source Interface !!
On 17/09/2010 15:11, Steve Freegard wrote:
> Hi All,
> Recently I've been getting a bit of filter-bleed from a bunch of spams
> injected via Hotmail/Yahoo that contain shortened URLs e.g. bit.ly/foo
> that upon closer inspection would have been rejected with a high score
> if the real URL had been used.
> To that end - it annoyed me enough to write a plug-in that decodes the
> shortened URL using an HTTP HEAD request to extract the location header
> sent by the shortening service and to put this into the list of
> extracted URIs for other plug-ins to find (such as URIDNSBL).
> On the messages I tested it with - it raised the scores from <5 to >10
> based on URIDNSBL hits which is just what I wanted.
> Hopefully it will be useful to others; you can grab it from:
> Kind regards,