On Friday 19 August 2005 19:43, www.1-script.com wrote:
> wb-webmaster wrote:
>> i don't get it!?
>> till yesterday it was fine, and today it won't let me open google
>> they send (open) this message instead:
>> Your client does not have permission to get URL / from this server.
> Somewhere on your network or behind the same proxy you are using there is
> a software installed that sends automated queries to Google. And it must
> be sending *A LOT* if they denied access to this IP! If you are the admin
> of that network, it's time to get your anti-spyware tools out and figure
> out what machine is generating those automated requests. You may very well
> be harboring one of those AdSense autoclickers that got so many people in
> trouble already. Or someone is running a Google probe while plotting
> attack on someone's site. You don't want to allow that either.
Yes, you may have hammered Google quite hard or maybe abuse was identified
at your side. I used to make many automated requests daily before changing
that to twice a week due to some woe (now it's disabled altogether). Either
way, it takes a lot to justify getting denied. Are you aware of any user or
process that might invoke this kind of load or, like Dmitri suggested,
possible AdSense frauds?
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