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Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« on: 14. July 2007., 23:34:06 »
WWW Robots (also called wanderers, spiders, crawlers, or bots) are programs that crawl the Web continually retrieving linked pages. When a spammer's bot visits your website, blog, forum, etc, all pages and sites linked to it will be searched looking for email addresses.

Now you can fight back against their robots!

All you have to do is link to this page so that whenever a spammer's robot scans your page, it will be sucked into this one. To link to this page, just use one of this two simple codes:

- Text : Fight Spam! Click Here!

- Blog Sticker

These links will redirect email harvesting bots to trap sites that will feed it with an almost infinite loop of dynamically generated fake email addresses, mostly on known spammer owned domains! This will render their harvested lists practically useless and of no commercial value.

http://www.spampoison.com/


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Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« on: 14. July 2007., 23:34:06 »




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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #1 on: 19. January 2013., 23:09:08 »
Hihi - this is a fun one! Put a "fake" email-address-link on your site to support http://www.spampoison.com/ and fight back to those spammers.

Did you know?
http://www.securelist.com/en/analysis/204792258/Spam_in_November_2012

November in figures
The share of spam in mail traffic continues to fall; in November it dropped by 5.1 percentage points and averaged 62.9%*.
The percentage of phishing emails in mail traffic halved from October and amounted to 0.015%.
Malicious programs were detected in 3.27% of emails, up 0.02 percentage points from the previous month.


Thanks for this fun-bit ; )

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* I remember a time when spam made out over 90% (95%?) of all email traffic... Things are looking up on the spam front - just don't ask about botnets... ;p
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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #2 on: 20. January 2013., 19:34:25 »
D., you "dig really deep" :bih: :

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Posted by: Samker
« on: 14. July 2007., 23:34:06 »



I really like this project, especially this Montenegrin page :angel: : http://montenegrin.spampoison.com

It have, a least for me :), some logic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spambot

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"E-mail spambots harvest e-mail addresses from material found on the Internet in order to build mailing lists for sending unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam. Such spambots are web crawlers that can gather e-mail addresses from Web sites, newsgroups, special-interest group (SIG) postings, and chat-room conversations."

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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #3 on: 20. January 2013., 21:06:49 »
But would a bot not skip a URL ending on spampoison.com? As I understand, it first should go there before it receives all fake addresses?


S: thought to look through the archives, see what's 'new' in there. You forgot all about it by now? ; )




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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #4 on: 21. January 2013., 19:52:58 »
But would a bot not skip a URL ending on spampoison.com? As I understand, it first should go there before it receives all fake addresses?

...

I'll try to explain this concept (with my "bad" English :) )... When a spammer's bot visit for example SCforum (looking for e-mail addresses), it'll scan all pages and it'll follow all external links, on that way it'll go to Spam Poison... where it'll be "feed" with dynamically generated fake email addresses... finally, when Spam Master try to use/sell "Spam mail lists" they will not have any values, because of huge number of irregular mail addresses...



...

S: thought to look through the archives, see what's 'new' in there. You forgot all about it by now? ; )

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That will be fun... >:D


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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #5 on: 21. January 2013., 21:48:30 »
Yeah, but wouldn't a spam-bot be smart enough to know after all those years NOT to follow ANY links to spampoison.com - so preventing any dynamically generated addresses to be reached or harvested? One would want the fake email address immediately ready-to-go on YOUR site, instead of linking forward...?


What bad English?


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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #6 on: 22. January 2013., 19:44:27 »
Yeah, but wouldn't a spam-bot be smart enough to know after all those years NOT to follow ANY links to spampoison.com - so preventing any dynamically generated addresses to be reached or harvested? One would want the fake email address immediately ready-to-go on YOUR site, instead of linking forward...?

...

We'll need to ask some Spam-Masters, is this method still successful...  ;D


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What bad English?

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Thank You!  ::)

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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #7 on: 23. January 2013., 00:25:59 »
Maybe using short URLs instead of the full, you can still fool the bots into going to spampoison

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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #8 on: 23. January 2013., 06:58:12 »
Spam is evil  >:D >:D >:D
Spam and anti-spam are progressing at the same time.
I still think that we will in the future reduce spam to a minimum. :police: :police:

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Re: Fight Back Against Spammers - Spam Poison
« Reply #9 on: 23. January 2013., 09:02:44 »
Maybe using short URLs instead of the full, you can still fool the bots into going to spampoison

:> smart! I guess.... I'll try to contact the makers...?

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