Want to Annoy the Spammers?

Just to make up for what I did. Found this in my inbox. Thought I’d share
it!

There is a free spammer annoyance tool called Toxic Waste Dump available for
web page/site designers. If anyone has had email addresses harvested from
their site(s) then you are aware of what I am talking about.

Read more here http://www.cexx.org/toxic.htm and <BTW> it is freeware.

Re: Want to Annoy the Spammers?

I think it’s more likely that what would actually happen is that the
domains that the spamtrap uses (xbyzlkj@microsoft.com) would just get
lots of bogus spam traffic to their servers. I doubt the spammers would
get much annoyance out of it. In order to annoy them you’d have to have
a complex algorithm for creating domains that are not currently
registered and attaching addresses to them.

Unless you hate m$ I guess…

St John wrote:
> Just to make up for what I did. Found this in my inbox. Thought I’d share
> it!
>
> There is a free spammer annoyance tool called Toxic Waste Dump available for
> web page/site designers. If anyone has had email addresses harvested from
> their site(s) then you are aware of what I am talking about.
>
> Read more here http://www.cexx.org/toxic.htm and <BTW> it is freeware.
>

Re: Want to Annoy the Spammers?

Good god this program is moronic!

All this does is increase your: Disk usage, bandwith consumption. Why would
an automated program care if you give them any bogus emails? Moreover,
think of the people who own the domains YOU are spamming with your lame
“tool.”

-Lisa

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> Just to make up for what I did.