- The email grabber ignores pages with the comment <! - notme - > (lower case,
no spaces between the - and and the text).
- Other software can often be tricked into displaying characters as ASCII code, & #064;
for @. Even more confusing for email spider: & #000064; Browsers recognize it anyway.
Example: < a href = " name & #000064; domain.de " > name & #000064; domain.de </a >
- In links you can also replace characters with hash codes, for example% 40 for the @.
Example: < a href = " name% 40domain.de " > E-Mail </a >
- Better you just write the email address in the link (href = " ") and write something else in
the displayed text, for example the name or " E-Mail "
- With Java, however, the possibilities are endless, a simple variant is the merging of
Parts of it.
Example: <script> document.write (" nam " + " e @ dom " + " ain.de ") </script>
- Form mailers hide the e-mail address 100% securely, as it does not contain any form in the displayed source text
occurs. Here, however, you have to be careful that no scripts are set on the form mailer
to be sent automatically. Countermeasures should only be allowed to be sent once per IP and per minute
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