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They always have a link that will likely lead an unsuspecting reader to a virus or a suspicious site. Blogger has a pretty good spam catcher that keeps the comments from making it to the home page, but every once in a while, one slips through the cracks and makes it to the blog. I'm pretty good about catching them and taking them down.
Be very careful to NEVER click a link if the comment is suspicious. If there's any doubt, don't click. You can download a virus that can wreck your computer. Some even risk identity theft.
There is one way to make sure spam stays off your blog, and that's to disable Anonymous comments. The only thing is, I want people to be able to post if they want. Even if they have something mean to say. Even if they say something personal and want to remain unnamed. What do you do about spam comments and anonymous comments? Do you allow anonymous comments? Why or why not? Am I an enabler for mean comments?