THEY may not be stopping whitelisted IPs -- it could be coming from upstream.
On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 13:25, Genevate <chris.corriv...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Obviously the issue is far larger than a normal DDoS attack. > > Think about it. Why would they stop white listed Apps and rate limit > these as well as take down oAuth. > There is something else going on and my guess is that besides the > DDoS, it has something to do with spam and or a third party app which > has either been compromised or blatantly cause major issues. > > I just wish that Twitter would be honest. > > On Aug 7, 2:53 pm, Mario Menti <mme...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Thanks for the update Ryan. > > One thing I don't quite understand is why it's not an option to allow > > whitelisted applications to post. I will try and throttle our ( > > twitterfeed.com) service back, but with nearly half a million of active > > feeds in the system, I can't quite see how this will help, as even a > > fraction of requests will be way over any non-whitelist limits you have > in > > place. > > > > Mario. > -- Internets. Serious business.