email protector

In my logs I saw that I’m getting spidered by EmailSiphon and found a site mentioning it. Looking around that site I happened upon this imaginative little script which will feed 10,000 fake email addresses to a spider, and the correct email address to a browser.

Stick it to the spider.


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  1. Hehe,now that sounds like fun ;)

    Comment by Tammie on March 6, 2003 @ 8:36 pm
  2. But I really liked that email I got last week from the guy who’s father was killed in Angola who has 8 million dollars in an account in the Netherlands and can’t access it but he could if I would launder it through my bank account and he awaits my email with my account number.

    Comment by Renee on March 7, 2003 @ 4:35 pm
  3. There are a lot more emails where that came from if you’re interested. I’d be glad to forward any that come my way to you. :)

    Comment by dan on March 7, 2003 @ 5:38 pm
  4. Ew! Thanks, but no thanks. LOL

    Comment by Renee on March 8, 2003 @ 8:57 am
  5. Dang, that’s wicked-awesome! There’s nothing like given’ da’ finga to da’ man.

    Comment by jason on March 8, 2003 @ 11:21 am
  6. If it were not for commerce, we would still be swinging from the trees. We all sell one thing or another. SPAM also lets sad people feel that they have friends.

    Be sound chaps.

    Comment by nephilim on September 17, 2003 @ 4:00 am
  7. And it it were not for telemarketers and spammers, quality of life would be raised three notches.

    We do not all sell one thing to another, and if you’re implying normal commerce is the same as annoying 100,000 people to get 3 sales, I strongly disagree. Free commerce is great. Taking over other people’s servers and time for your own benefit is wrong, so if you don’t have friends, join a mailing list.

    Comment by dan on September 17, 2003 @ 9:49 am

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