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http://wiki.debian.org/Simple-CDD

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Our First Visitor

June 2005 server logs show shortly after launching LiveDistro.org and/or submitting to a major search engine, our first vistor appeared from this ip address: 63.148.99.237.

Qwest Communications NET-QWEST-BLKS-2 (NET-63-144-0-0-1)
63.144.0.0 - 63.151.255.255
Cyveillance QWEST-63-148-99-224 (NET-63-148-99-224-1)
63.148.99.224 - 63.148.99.255

The bot 'appeared' as an XP machine running IE 6.0.

When searching for 'cyveillance' this page was uncovered:

Cyveillance Exposed
http://cyveillance.linuxgod.net/

...

Additional References:

http://securemylinuxbox.com/viewarticle.php?id=47

http://www.unicom.com/chrome/a/000279.html

http://www.gulker.com/stories/2003/05/06/whatToThinkAboutCyv...

http://www.daves-collective.co.uk/tech/site/cyveillance.shtml

http://www.wellsofjustice.com/cyveillance.htm

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