> Path: ...giganews.com!nntp.newsgroupbanter.com!news.news groupbanter.com.POSTED!not-for-mail
> Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Organization: HardwareBanter.com
Evidence of a web-based forum leeching to/from Usenet to pretend it has
a larger community. Their HTTP-to-NNTP gateway doesn't even know how to
identify itself in these headers.
> X-Usenet-Provider: http://www.giganews.com
Yep, the leech site is injecting and leeching through Giganews.
> X-Complaints-To: email@example.com
This web site is "under construction"; i.e., it's a placeholder, not a
functional web site.
hardwarebanter.com used in the MID header is a web-based forum leeching
to/from Usenet. Other than the headers, this leech site doesn't bother
to add a signature showing which thread they propagated to Usenet from
their forum (i.e., no way to identify the leech post from their site).
They also don't use a "gateway" header to show they are a leech site.
Another Usenet leech site to filter out (by hardwarebanter.com in MID
and newsgroupbanter.com as injection node in Path).
> Frequently condensed as TFT-LCD, ...
> ... Samsung monitor is one such high-class brand that is obtainable for you
> to obtain online. ...
Oh goodie, a non-native English poster pretending to be a user in a
leeching web-based forum that wants to spam Samsung LCD monitors. Out
of this poster's total of 4 posts in the web-based forum, 2 were spam.
The boob mentioned his spam site in his other post but forgot to include
it this time.