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Re: Google 403 error pages
On 12/14/05, Matthias Fischmann <fis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 11, 2005 at 09:33:54PM +0200, maillist wrote:
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> > From: maillist <maillist@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 21:33:54 +0200
> > Subject: Re: Google 403 error pages
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> the easiest way to fix this would be for google to establish a
> whitelist of machines that are unlikely to suffer from virusses (ie.,
> a list of all google exit nodes and perhaps others), and not to send
> warnings to those. any reason why google should be refusing to
> implement this?
Does the web API work? If so, you can always use that.
Anyway, I think the 403 page has more to do with Google not wanting
people bulk-scraping its site. Letting exit nodes make unlimited
requests would defeat its crude protection against that, and in a way
where the violators couldn't even be easily traced.
Yeah, they could establish some sort of scheme where you prove your
identity to Google and then get a cookie or login or something to get
past the IP check, but c'mon, the cost would be too high for such a