[Catalyst] displaying email addresses
orasnita at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 17:37:56 GMT 2007
Oh, I understand what you mean, but no, my site won't be so popular to worth
creating a special parser for finding the email addresses from it.
I am thinking to something like a perl code that splits the email address
into its parts, then a JS code that joins together those parts.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Wade.Stuart at fallon.com>
To: "The elegant MVC web framework" <catalyst at lists.rawmode.org>
Cc: "The elegant MVC web framework" <catalyst at lists.rawmode.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 7:16 PM
Subject: Re: [Catalyst] displaying email addresses
> Chisel Wright <chisel at herlpacker.co.uk> wrote on 06/28/2007 10:54:00 AM:
>> On Thu, Jun 28, 2007 at 06:31:28PM +0300, Octavian Rasnita wrote:
>> > the js code and extract the results, and I think most of them don't
>> > such a thing.
>> > I have never used a JS interpreter in perl, but I want to try a few
>> > that could run JS code, and I hope I will find a way of making the code
>> > hard to read as possible.
>> Maybe this will be of some interest:
> This is kind of exactly what I am saying. If this is widely used you do
> address from:
> mail2("nobody","fake.address9z",0,"","Mr Nobody") which is an easy task.
> The ones that would make you interpret js are the ones that build out
> script sections on the fly with obfued structures and even then could many
> times be parsed without interpreting js.
> Process for email harvester coders:
> find a way email addresses are encoded on a target site.
> create a test to lock down the encoding type.
> create parser/extractor for it.
> rinse and repeat.
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