Every IT professional worth his/her salt has their own webpage/blog these days. While you may have people from all over the globe dropping a line at your site, Email harvesters are the most unwanted visitors on any website. These email spambots crawl the web via search engines to find and extract email addresses from webpages. E-mail addresses in your blog or webpage are no secret to spam robots. Here’s a guide that should help you protect your email addresses from these spam spiders. Techniques mentioned use text manipulation, Masking, HTML, Flash, CSS, and JS to hide email addresses.
How email spammers operate? Email addresses always contain an @ symbol. Most spambots do a pattern-search for likely combinations of letters ([email protected]) like [email protected] or [email protected] in the HTML source of webpages. Often they just search for the @ character and grab all the letters on each side on the assumption that it’s a valid email address.
How to keep your email address available to humans but invisible to email spiders? There are tons of Email Address Protector software that claim to protect your email address in web pages and get rid of junk mail – Don’t waste your money, they only encode your email or generate a javascript snippet. We will discuss manual email encoding techniques here. If a visitor clicks an encryped email link on your website, it will work as normal, but spam robots will not be able to extract the address from the link.

How many of you have grown tired and frustrated of those “pre screened” or “pre approved” credit card or insurance offers coming in your mail every day? Here is where an official site called OptOutPreScreen comes in.     

OptOutPrescreen is the official Consumer Credit Reporting Industry website to accept and process requests from customers to Opt-In or Opt-Out of firm offers of credit or insurance.Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Consumer Credit Reporting Companies, are permitted to include your name on lists used by creditors or insurers to make firm offers of credit or insurance. The FCRA also provides you the right to “Opt-Out”, which prevents Consumer Credit Reporting Companies from providing your credit file information for firm offers of credit or insurance that are not initiated by you.

 

I am sure for many of your assignments or questions in general, you have used Google or any of the search engines to get a headstart into your research in your quest to get an answer to your problem. However, what you get in return from your search result is a whole bunch of irrelevant information thrown at you. Using advanced operators usually helps solve this problem, however sometimes you get lucky and the answer is usually staring at your face. Most likely the answer you are seeking is usually provided by a pay/subscription site. One of the more prominent ones in this category is Experts Exchange. Here, I am going to tell you probably one of the more wide known secrets in accessing hidden information from pay/subscription sites and in general for this article, targetted towards getting answers for FREE from experts exchange.

 

Method # 1: Using Google Cache

For demonstration, I am trying to look on how to covert C code into Assembly. Now, if I enter this query in Google, I get some pretty decent results. Now, we are trying to look for a solution at Experts Exchange. So, I go to google.com and type in covert c code to assembly site:experts-exchange.com. The ‘site:’ is an advanced operator in google which limits our search results to that particular website and in this case, it is experts-exchange.

This article contains information about how to modify the registry. Make sure to back up the registry before you modify it. Make sure that you know how to restore the registry if a problem occurs.If you use a “leaked” product key (a product key that is known to be available to the general public) for the deployment of Microsoft Windows XP across multiple computers (a Volume Licensing installation), you may not be able to install Windows XP or later versions of Windows XP or automatically obtain updates from the Windows Update Web site. Some common error messages you might have to deal with include” The product key used to install Windows in invalid”.

Following is a list of airports with free internet access in the USA. From the top US airports like JFK to smaller airports like Cedar Rapids in Eastern Iowa, AskStudent provides the most complete listing of free Wireless Internet access along with the relevant airport coverage areas. The list contains the hourly, daily , monthly charges which is 99% of the cases in the list below is FREE. Also included in the list are some restricted areas with Free Wifi in some airports like Colorado Springs (COS). Also included are the airport codes for your easy reference. The list of airports is by alphabetical order and not by any sort of ranking of airports.Enjoy!!