What are the conventions for sending messages to bot addresses?
not sure what you mean, but if you mean xdcc bots the most standard is either of the follow: /msg botname xdcc send #pack or /ctcp botname xdcc send #pack where the word "xdcc" is the trigger word that the script is programmed for.
The names of the monsters that appeared in Power Rangers RPM would include Roto-Bot, Heat Bot, Hammer Bot, Chemical Bot, Textile Bot, two Saw Bots one was Generation 15 and one was Generation 16, Gat-Bot, Vacuum Bot, Dyna-Bot, Magnetron, Nozz-Bot, Sat-Bot, Lightning Bot, Camera Bot, Boom Bot, Reflects Bot I and Reflects Box II, Water Hose, Gopher Bot, Hyper Bot and Energy Bot.
Why are some answers flagged for web addresses when those web addresses are used to support answers?
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Is a virus or a malfunctioned Yahoo bot causing your Yahoo email to send Advertisements 'about a woman making thousands of dollars at home' to many of your contacts without you even knowing about it?
Typically spoofed e-mail messages come when someone captured the contents of someone's Outlook contacts list. It doesn't even need to have hijacked your account. Sometimes they capture the addresses from an e-mail that is sent with EVERYBODY listed in the "to" field. That is one of the biggest reasons for using the BCC feature. When you do that, nobody sees the other addressee's AND, the spammers don't have a list of your addressee's. Once they…