Cross reference with the LJXP project: http://code.google.com/p/ljxp/issues/detail?id=45
X-Ref with LJ Support Staff:
Last night, I posted a blog entry to my WordPress-powered site. This site uses a program called "Livejournal Cross Poster" (http://code.google.com/p/ljxp/) to automatically repost the entry to one of my LJ accounts (amuls_photos). I then used Semagic 126.96.36.199U to open that post, copy-all the contents, switch to a different LJ account (amul), and paste-all the entry to that LJ account.
While I do not have time stamps for all of these actions, the entry to lj account "amul" is posted at Thu, Apr. 24th, 2008, 12:06 am (Central).
At Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 15:00:51 UT, a user replied to the version on
account "amuls_photos." This was the message:
"I hesitate to bring this up, since I may be the only one seeing this, but... for some reason, there are, at a quick guesstimate, approximately 30-odd porn links appended to this post before the "Share This" and "Originally published at" taglines. Was this deliberate, or did something (a program? a virus?) somehow sneak them in?"
At 1:46pm (Central), I verified that the amuls_photos entry did have a
large number of porn links, though neither of the other versions did. I
deleted the entry there and reposted it, but still have the automatic email notification from LJ.
Is this a known issue? Can you provide more information about this
intrusion? Because I copy/pasted the contents from "amuls_photos" to
"amul," the information must have been added after the original posting
through the WordPress Plugin.