CoDeeN Drop-Out

When I moved the CoDeeN proxies to a standalone text file, there were about 300 total.

Today, there are 50!  FIFTY!

I thought perhaps it was something I did, so I ran a resurrection on them all.  They’re pretty easy to identify in the database even when they’re down because most of the DNS names have either “planet” or “lab” (or both) in them.  Sure enough, they’re showing up as CLOSED, meaning the address is definitely there but nothing’s listening.

It could be they’re cracking down on abusers (recall my problem with my ISP and the Polish CoDeeN operator from a few weeks back).

Whatever the reason, they’re going fast.


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