Adobe’s John Nack discusses the ways that Adobe uses Omniture, but completely misses the point of my criticism. What I’m calling a disgrace is that the server that’s getting pinged is named in such a way that it is clearly an attempt to masquerade as a local area network IP address. Regardless the nature of the data that is being sent to Omniture, it is wrong that the server is named “192.168.112.2O7.net”.
Update: Nack acknowledges that the issue is the deceptive server name, has no answer now, but vows to investigate.
★ Friday, 28 December 2007