bezeqint.net content spammed me, so naturally I researched them. They are very smart, these Israelis, and employ a variety of anti-bot software techniques, in order to evade identification. Hats off to them for deploying these tactics. I hope they keep up the good work.
This ISP employs 3 patterns, inter-dispersed within their Ip ranges. You need to differentiate between these three or you will ban the incorrect IP range.
- red: reverse first 3 octets, add 4th
- red, static.dcenter: straight 4 octets
- cablep, red: host name has 3 octets, special number for first octet
As is the German carnival tradition, individual Schwellkoppe (“swollen heads”) or larger-than-life-heads made from papier-mache march with bands in between the floats.
nteresting. Here’s an organic additive that creates deep and rich reds for your food or cosmetics. Ground up female cochineal beetles. I’ll be looking for these 5mm critters the next time I go shopping and begin reading packaging ingredients.
___Yes, the ingredient is called cochineal, carmine (carminic acid), or E120. Because beetles are insects it is not considered kosher, halal, or vegetarian. Some people can have allergic reactions to it, as was televised by “60 Minutes”. Yes, this kid almost died of anaphylactic shock. I’m always amazed at what is put into our food that we don’t know about. As usual, Canadian labeling laws do not give you any indication of its origins. While I do not have an aversion to eating bugs (they make a great supplemental protein source), I know most other people do. Cochineal can also be used as organic ant repellent.
___It is interesting that “60 Minutes” omitted to tell us of the long history of this dye and its stellar safety record. There was much sensationalism in the story, as if this was a new additive used by evil food manufacturers to poison us all. So much for unbiased reporting.