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#1 resistor X

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Posted 24 December 2009 - 01:01 PM

FYI:

The site that can does this free is :

http://scr.im/

What you do is enter your email address into a field and you get a small url in place of it. When someone uses the url, they'll get a page where they have to enter a captcha in order to get the actual email address - if the correct captcha is entered, they get another page with the actual email address on it. Only one view per captcha, btw, which keeps away spammers.

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 04:13 AM

FYI:

The site that can does this free is :

http://scr.im/

What you do is enter your email address into a field and you get a small url in place of it. When someone uses the url, they'll get a page where they have to enter a captcha in order to get the actual email address - if the correct captcha is entered, they get another page with the actual email address on it. Only one view per captcha, btw, which keeps away spammers.


nice idea :rolleyes:

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 05:51 PM


FYI:

The site that can does this free is :

http://scr.im/

What you do is enter your email address into a field and you get a small url in place of it. When someone uses the url, they'll get a page where they have to enter a captcha in order to get the actual email address - if the correct captcha is entered, they get another page with the actual email address on it. Only one view per captcha, btw, which keeps away spammers.


nice idea :rolleyes:

input validation may see the lack of the '@' symbol and think the email is invalid

#4 resistor X

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Posted 30 January 2010 - 05:22 AM



FYI:

The site that can does this free is :

http://scr.im/

What you do is enter your email address into a field and you get a small url in place of it. When someone uses the url, they'll get a page where they have to enter a captcha in order to get the actual email address - if the correct captcha is entered, they get another page with the actual email address on it. Only one view per captcha, btw, which keeps away spammers.


nice idea :rolleyes:

input validation may see the lack of the '@' symbol and think the email is invalid


What?

Anyway, an FYI :

Here's an example I just made which gave me this to post in place of the actual email address :

http://scr.im/notherenowso

(email address I used for this example is fake, btw)

When you click the link, you see a captcha page and have to choose the right one. Choosing the right one gets you the next page with the email address on it.

Also, I forgot to mention that besides it giving a link to post in place of your actual email address, it also gives you html code for documents it as well as for forums.

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Posted 30 January 2010 - 06:54 PM




FYI:

The site that can does this free is :

http://scr.im/

What you do is enter your email address into a field and you get a small url in place of it. When someone uses the url, they'll get a page where they have to enter a captcha in order to get the actual email address - if the correct captcha is entered, they get another page with the actual email address on it. Only one view per captcha, btw, which keeps away spammers.


nice idea :rolleyes:

input validation may see the lack of the '@' symbol and think the email is invalid


What?

Anyway, an FYI :

Here's an example I just made which gave me this to post in place of the actual email address :

http://scr.im/notherenowso

(email address I used for this example is fake, btw)

When you click the link, you see a captcha page and have to choose the right one. Choosing the right one gets you the next page with the email address on it.

Also, I forgot to mention that besides it giving a link to post in place of your actual email address, it also gives you html code for documents it as well as for forums.


Didnt work for me (prob because i'm using noscript and a cookie blocking plugin for FF) but nice idea though. Definitely a website to remember though.




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