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From Mahmoud Khonji...@khonji.org>
Subject Re: Question for experts....
Date Sun, 27 Nov 2011 23:05:12 GMT
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On 11/28/2011 01:26 AM, jdow wrote:
> Which browser(s) treat addresses of the form
> 178.000235.0000150.000372 as actual addresses? That seems like a
> serious fault in the browsers.
> 
> {^_^}

adding to that: dotted hex IPv4 0x12.0xab.0xcd.0xef. single hex number
0x12abcdef, or a single decimal number. these used to work on Firefox
3.x (at least - may be they changed it in more recent releases).

but i don't think that it is a serious fault. a simple pattern match
will detect it.

i personally like rare IPv4 URLs as considering an email with rare
IPv4 URLs as spam results in 0% false positives :). while considering
a dotted decimal IPv4 as spam results in  3-4% false positives. (stats
from my data set).

- -- 
Regards,
Mahmoud Khonji
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