Spam-me-not – Free Email Link Obfuscator!!

23 10 2006

Spam-me-not – A simple anti-spam email link obfuscator for your webpages

Its a simple form and then bam you’ve got an obfuscated email link that spammers can’t use!!

Check the deets:

Spam me not!

But how can you do this? You need to publish your email address for potential customers, business partners, employers or friends? This is where Spam-me-not comes in. This little JavaScript encodes and thus “obfuscates” your email address so that spammers cannot easily harvest it from your web pages with their search robots.

How do I use it?

JavaScript is only needed for encoding your email with this program. It is NOT needed for the pages where you want to publish the encoded addresses.

  • Load the page in your browser with JavaScript switched on. Simply enter your email address in the first field. The encoded version and the compled obfuscated email link will appear automatically in their respective fields below.
    You can choose between different encoding modes:

    1. decimal notation will encode every character as decimal ascii code.
    2. hexadecimal notation does the same, but in hexadecimal notation.
    3. random-mixed notation mixes the previously mentioned codings randomly.
    4. don’t encode, of course, doesn’t just that 😉
  • Optionally you may enter a link text (like your name) in the third field. If you do so, the “Link text” selector automatically changes to “text as given above”.
  • Copy the resulting code (either the full link or just the email address + mailto, just as you require) into the source code of your page in place of your email address. Save your html page and view it in your browser: you will still see a readable, valid email address + email link on your page, while the spammers email harvesting search engines will see nothing of it.

It’s that easy. Mad credit to the makers of for the creation of the page and all the java codeing.  Good on ya!

Frig off spamcocks!!



2 responses

8 12 2006

WordPress Trackback Spam!!!
I have installed plugins that prevent comment spams, but this won't prevent trackback to be blocked. I've been spam by many
MFA websites that most probably is from the same network with trackback, but they are not linking me on their website. May I
know how do they do it and how do I stop it? Without disabling trackback?
Thanks, and I'm using WordPress.

15 06 2012

Fantastic website. Plenty of useful info here. I’m sending it to some pals ans additionally sharing in delicious. And naturally, thanks to your effort!

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