Question about Spear.Phishing.Rules script
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Sun Aug 2 18:51:39 IST 2009
On 02/08/2009 16:46, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Jules Field wrote:
>> Wipe the cache (under /var/cache somewhere, it's in the script), and run
>> it again.
> I did that and it retrieved all the files
> http://www.mailscanner.tv/emails.2009-30.1 through
> http://www.mailscanner.tv/emails.2009-30.232 and rebuilt the cache,
> but I still get
> Failed to retrieve http://www.mailscanner.tv/emails.2009-30.227 at ...
> Note that this file really doesn't exist. As I said, if I try to get it
> in a browser, I get a 404 - not found.
Interesting. If the script continues to get the files after this one,
then I wouldn't worry about it too much, the .227 will probably reset to
.1 tomorrow anyway! :-)
>> On 02/08/2009 15:27, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>>> I am running the Spear.Phishing.Rules.v2.04 script.
>>> Recently I noticed a message:
>>> Failed to retrieve http://www.mailscanner.tv/emails.2009-30.227 at ...
>>> in the script output. If I try to visit that URL with a browser, I get
>>> a "not found". I noticed this once before; I think the URL may have
>>> been<http://www.mailscanner.tv/emails.2009-28.227> (from my browser
>>> history), but I can't verify this as all the week 28 files seem to be
>>> gone now.
>>> My questions are:
>>> Is it normal for a file to be missing or does this indicate a problem?
>>> If the other time really was emails.2009-28.227, is the 227 significant
>>> or a coincidence?
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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