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  1. #1
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    Do you know csccorporatedomains.com?

    csccorporatedomains.com Keeps on visiting my sites alot of times.

    Do I need to put them in my spam block?
    Does anyone know them?

  2. #2
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    what do you mean they keep visiting your sites alot? Is it a denial of service attack?

  3. #3
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    I mean they when I look at my webstats. There are 3 big visitors.

    1 is my own IP
    1 is googlebot
    1 is csccorporatedomains.com

    The 3 of us are responsible for around 30% of the visits. 9% beeing csccorporatedomains.com.

    Considering I have around 450 uniqe visits a month. csccorporatedomains.com visits me around 40x a month.

  4. #4
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    ah this is interesting.

    mail them and ask why they are visiting,

    and u will get an reply that viewing websites is not an harm or spam

  5. #5
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    It could be that the name would ring a bell.

    Maybe it was a company scanning pages for emails.

  6. #6
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    Maybe it's an employee of the company, and their network gateway has the RDNS value of "csccorporatedomains.com".

    I'd recommend emailing them, and asking why this might be happening.

  7. #7
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    Yeah easier to email them.

    It can be nothing bad, as for scanning for emails, they would not need to visit over and over again.
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