B.R. reallfqq-nginx at
Sat Jun 4 17:53:47 UTC 2016

Rhetorical questions: Are you a troll? Or simply deeply troubled and

Emails you send to a public mailing list are:

   1. Sent to every subscriber (there is a link to unsubscribe at the
   bottom of every message:
   2. Archived in different ways (at the top of the previously linked page
   there are archives, is another spot to find them, sorted
   as a forum)

None of us can help you with your original problem, since you simply are at
the wrong place.

You chose to write to the user mailling list of the nginx technology, using
an email address of your choice. No-one pumped you for any of this.

​Please, get justice (and bring me some, I am short on it).​
*B. R.*

On Fri, Jun 3, 2016 at 8:18 PM, Thaís Dauto <thaisdauto at> wrote:

> Hi
> I do not want to receive these emails . I received a lot of emails and none were really to me or to help me in what I said. So now I want to stop receiving these emails . I sent an email to " nginx at " I sent my personal email , I use to serious things , I would like to know why the email is that web page !?,267331,267333 exposing my email and the material contained therein , the google search ! And I just looked for a " nginx " to get an error page of google searches, page which contained and still contains some personal documents. Look I'm trying to do the easy method , but I think I'll have to get justice.
> ------------------------------
> *De:* nginx <nginx-bounces at> em nome de CJ Ess <
> zxcvbn4038 at>
> *Enviado:* sexta-feira, 3 de junho de 2016 14:05
> *Para:* nginx at
> *Assunto:* Re: Problem
> I once knew a guy who convinced someone they had hacked their site by
> making a DNS entry to So when the guy tried to access the
> "other" site his passwords worked, all his files were there, it was even
> running the same software! He made changes on his site and they instantly
> appeared on the "other" site. He deleted files off the "other" site and
> they were removed from his site - obviously in retaliation!. So after an
> hour or so of trying to figure out how his server is being accessed the guy
> just goes completely ballistic and starts calling the police and then the
> FBI (this was in the US). The FBI did investigate and visited the prankster
> in person. He explained what loopback was and how the prank worked, and the
> FBI agents thought it was pretty funny - they do have a sense of humor
> after all.
> On Fri, Jun 3, 2016 at 3:39 AM, Maxim Konovalov <maxim at> wrote:
>> On 6/3/16 7:33 AM, lists at wrote:
>> > Perhaps in a future release of Nginx, the error pages should not
>> > contain any reference to nginx. That is the only way I can figure
>> > out this person came up with the idea of complaining to the list.
>> > (Assuming this isn't spam to encourage use to click on that website
>> > link.)
>> >
>> Actually, a number of such complains is still surprisingly low.
>> > I think another mistake is to have the error page indicate the rev
>> > of nginx. That is an easy way for someone to spot a vulnerable rev
>> > of the nginx on a server.
>> >
>> --
>> Maxim Konovalov
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