What kind of IP is this?

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  • Jose Amaral Rego
    Senior Member
    • Feb 2005
    • 11058
    • 1.1.x

    What kind of IP is this?

    I was looking in my WOL and seeing if my links are properly working & see this from a guest. I thought it was a spider that I did not named or it was new spider. Do not know? anyone have knowledge on this?

    Microsoft URL Control - 6.01.9782
  • Floris
    Senior Member
    • Dec 2001
    • 37767

    That's a version number, not an ip.


    • Jose Amaral Rego
      Senior Member
      • Feb 2005
      • 11058
      • 1.1.x

      Version of OS you say, then how they block the ip completly? I guess an ip blocker.


      • welo
        Senior Member
        • Sep 2003
        • 516
        • 3.5.0 Pre-Release

        These folks say its an email harvester. Ban it.

        btw, you block an IP by using:
        ACP > vBulletin Options > User Banning Options > Banned IP Addresses
        Just block the IP corresponding to this thing.
        "I can't seem to bring myself to say, 'Well, I guess I'll be toddling along.'
        It isn't that I can't toddle. It's that I can't guess I'll toddle."

        --Robert Benchley (1889-1945)


        • Jose Amaral Rego
          Senior Member
          • Feb 2005
          • 11058
          • 1.1.x

          That is vB i was thinking about the hardware/software @ CP in the house
          Thxs for info but I like the ip cause I can not get that from lurking @ site.
          Last edited by Jose Amaral Rego; Fri 2 Sep '05, 4:13pm.


          • Jose Amaral Rego
            Senior Member
            • Feb 2005
            • 11058
            • 1.1.x

            Found something else? ip version libwww-perl/5.69

            Do not know what it does so I did a search & came up with this?

            L I B W W W - P E R L - 5

            The libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a
            simple and consistent application programming interface to the
            World-Wide Web. The main focus of the library is to provide classes
            and functions that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also
            contain modules that are of more general use and even classes that
            help you implement simple HTTP servers.
            There are actually two versions of libwww-perl: one for Perl4, and one
            for Perl5. Both have a similar architecture, loosely based on the CERN
            Library of Common Code (nowadays known as 'w3c-libwww').
            The Perl4 version was maintained by Roy Fielding, and was the
            basis for tools such as MOMSpider. The perl4 version of libwww-perl
            and much more information about its libraries can still be found at:

            The Perl5 version (this package) is a complete rewrite for Perl5: the
            code is organized in Modules, provides an Object Oriented API, and
            offers lots of extended functionality.

            In order to install and use this package you will need Perl version
            5.005 or better. Some modules within this package depend on other
            packages that are distributed separately from Perl. We recommend that
            you have the following packages installed before you install
            These packages should be available on CPAN (see below).
            If you want to access sites using the https protocol, then you need to
            install the Crypt::SSLeay or the IO::Socket::SSL module. The
            README.SSL file will tell you more about how libwww-perl supports SSL.

            You install libwww-perl using the normal perl module distribution drill:
            perl Makefile.PL
            make test
            make install
            You can edit the configuration section of Makefile.PL to select which
            programs to install in addition to the library itself. If you don't
            want to install any programs (only the library files) and don't want
            to mess with the Makefile.PL then pass the '-n' option to Makefile.PL:
            perl Makefile.PL -n
            If you want to install a private copy of libwww-perl in your home
            directory, then you should try to produce the initial Makefile with
            something like this command:
            perl Makefile.PL LIB=~/perl
            The Makefile.PL program will start out by checking your perl
            installation for a few packages that are recommended to be installed
            together with libwww-perl.

            See ./lib/LWP.pm for an overview of the library. See ./ChangeLog for
            recent changes.
            POD style documentation is included in all modules and scripts. These
            are normally converted to manual pages and installed as part of the
            "make install" process. You should also be able to use the 'perldoc'
            utility to extract and read documentation from the module files

            Questions about how to use this library should be directed to the
            comp.lang.perl.modules USENET Newsgroup. Bug reports and suggestions
            for improvements can be sent to the <[email protected]> mailing
            list. This mailing list is also the place for general discussions and
            development of the libwww-perl package.
            You can join the mailing list by sending a message to
            <[email protected]>.

            The latest version of libwww-perl should always be available from:
            We help our customers to build the IT-foundation for their digital transformation

            The library is also available from the Comprehensive Perl Archive
            Network (CPAN). Visit <URL:http://www.perl.com/CPAN/> to find a CPAN
            site near you.

            &#169; 1995-2001 Gisle Aas. All rights reserved.
            &#169; 1995 Martijn Koster. All rights reserved.
            This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
            it under the same terms as Perl itself.


            • Incendium
              Senior Member
              • Apr 2004
              • 321
              • 3.8.x

              Originally posted by LEAD_WEIGHT
              Found something else? ip version libwww-perl/5.69

              Do not know what it does so I did a search & came up with this?

              That may be related to a cgi proxy.


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