I was struck overnight as well. My hope is that it is an isolated incident. If not, then I will resort to more Dragonian measures on my blog. Fortunately, the SPAM comments were harmless and not offending.
Harmless, but having the link is risky so I started to delete them. Then I realised the comment was just repeating an earlier comment... Well, that just struck me as rude so I decided time to put on moderation. Now, if they appear again, I can flag them as spam and maybe Google can do something about them. I hope I don't have to remove anonymous comments as I share posts from this blog to related Yahoo and Facebook wargaming groups.
I flagged mine as SPAM. We will see if Google can adjust.
Just out of curiosity, what constitutes "gold casino spam"--something truly offensive? I never encountered the term before.Chris
The comment wasn't offensive, just repeating an earlier comment, but then was followed by two links that relate to goldenslot and gclub-online which (without following the link, but looking at them as potentially resolved by Chrome) appear to be a casino. A fellow blogger pointed this out to me using the term "gold casino spam" and the term has stuck.It would appear to be just spam.