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> > try it, pretend you are looking for sa332.
> Again, I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to be directed to a mirror
> unless it has updated. Although a plain 404 would be better.
> > with all the problems lately, fake search pages, legit (yahoo search,
> > doubleclick, etc) serving up malware laden ads, its just too fishy.
> I don't think anything is fishy and I'm still not convinced that the
> original owners of the domain have lost control of it.
To my taste, ASF mirrors should not be allowed to hijack nonexistent
URLs within a mirror directory. Such practice should cause an immediate
ban/drop of such site from a list of official mirrors.