Spam hostility Tools
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Here is a List of Free Spam Fighting Tools that you can access for free to keep your System away from spams
"The world's most wide-ranging record of email sender reputation". Use it to check out your own business and make sure you're staying out of the anti-spam blacklist.
This is a cgi script that generate bogus web pages on demand. Each page is filled with giberish, fake email addresses, and links to more wpoison pages. The consideration is that email address harvesters will yield the fake email addresses and toxic the spammer's database. This is a very old script and may no longer be effective. It also has the possible to fatal the databases of search engines, which is an unwanted side effect. The search engines are likely to fall your whole site from their crawl in reply, which is almost certainly something you don't want. Protect the search engines (and yourself) against this by installing a proper robots.txt file along with wpoison.
It seems to be a marketable re-embodiment of wpoison. They give you with a tagged url to place in your web site which redirects harvesters to their web site. Not clear how they make money (if any) from this. Also, the links have "spampoison.com" in the clear, so I would think that the harvesters will have erudite to pay no attention to those links by now.
They offer email addresses with short lifespan to use wherever you're necessary to give an email address to stranger. Their essential repair is free and quite easy to use. You sign up with them and get an email address in their domain. Then, whenever you need to enter an email address on a web page, you enter one in the form userid.N.firstname.lastname@example.org. The cookie is whatever thing you want to use for that web site, and N is the maximum number of emails you're willing to take delivery of. The first N messages are forwarded to you. After that, it becomes a black hole, never to contact you again. You don't even need to visit the spamgourmet.com web site after the initial signup. The only difficult part is coming up with cookies you haven't used before.
Throwaway email accounts
Provide two services: First, they kernel web forms all over the internet with tagged email addresses to see which ones get spammed. Second, they visit sites with potentially hateful software to see which ones download malware onto their computers. They then make this database available under the imaginative commons, and provide warning while you surf..
A hardware resolution to spam. Similar to a firewall box, Spam Cube sits between your computer and your network, filtering out spam as it arrives. Most probably, its filters are regularly updated tenuously by the vendor. Like a firewall box, Spam Cube is configurable via a webbish interface.
Collaborative anti-spam tool for Win doze. Click on a piece of spam that the filter missed, and the spam is removed from everybody's inboxes simultaneously
Bayesian filter software for Mac OS X. $25. 30-day trial available.
Filter program for Windows. Runs between your mailbox and your mail program, tagging incoming mail as spam if the sender is found in a DNSBL database.
Similar to Spam Pal, but for Unix/Linux. A Perl program launched from proclaim which tags spam based on multiple criteria, including DNSBL listings.
Subscription service which maintained a do-not-spam list and complains to spammers on your behalf. Driven out of business by a denial-of-service attack in 2006
Subscription service which automatically analyzes your spam for you and sends complaints to the proper authorities. $1/month..
A program written to fill web-based forms with gibberish. Nominally intended to load-test servers, it can also be used to poison a spammer's leads database. Here's how it works: A spammer (say a mortgage spammer) floods you with spam asking you to fill out a form to apply for a mortgage. (In reality, this information is simply sold to mortgage brokers, who will contact you later.) Form Flood lets you fill out the spammer's form thousands of times with reasonable-looking gibberish. This wastes the time of the mortgage broker who hired the spammer and makes the spammer's leads worthless. Soon, that spammer is out of business. Poison the databases of enough spammers, and the mortgage broker who hired those starts looking for more legitimate ways to run their business.
Similar to Form Flood; this site allows you to report the URL of a phishing site, which is then flooded with bogus information. The phisher is then unable to find the useful information in the flood of useless data.
Another program intended to poison the leads database of a mortgage spammer
Coordinates DOS attacks against spammer web sites, similar to Spam Vampire.
Community-based anti-spam service..