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September 2, 2003 - 2:00am

Keeping Under the Spambots Radar: How to Hide Your E-Mail Address on Your Web Pages

If you're a professional web designer and/or have your own site, you already know the dangers of including e-mail addresses in web pages. If you're not, you may already know anyway: e-mail addresses on web pages are like sitting ducks for e-mail spammers.

(Want to see if you're a sitting duck? Go to http://www.google.com and type your e-mail address in the Search field. I had 3 pages worth of hits on my address, some dating from 1996! But I knew that… thus the motivation for this article…)

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