Spam Vaccine Anti-Spam Software - Got a Web site? Protect it from Spam!

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How to Vaccinate a Page

How to Vaccinate
an Entire Site at Once

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How to tell whether
your page was vaccinated

Simply open your page in your favorite HTML editing program. If you look at the HTML code for your page, you will see a chunk of JavaScript code where the email address used to be. It looks something like this:

<script type="text/javascript"><!—spam_vaccine( new Array("&#105;&#110;&#102;&#111;", "", "&#109;&#97;&#116;&#116;&#101;&#114;&#102;&#111;&#114;&#109;", "", "&#99;&#111;&#109;"), new Array(), "../nav/spam_vaccine/" );//—></script>

You might like to do a quick search for the @ character to confirm that all email addresses were vaccinated.

If you look at your page in a visual editor, it will naturally look different. Here’s how it will look in Dreamweaver:

Dreamweaver screen shot of spam-vaccinated email address

A visual editor may make it appear that your email address is still vulnerable. Don’t worry, your addresses have still been vaccinated. You can check the HTML source code to confirm that, despite appearances, all the letters have been encoded and there is no @ symbol visible in the HTML.