SpamButcher Launches SpamFreeze – A Free Anti-Spam Service for Bloggers and Webmasters
(PRWEB) October 26, 2005 — SpamFreeze is a free service provided by SpamButcher for webmasters, Bloggers and anyone else who needs to publish their email address online without fear of being spammed.
SpamFreeze can be accessed via http://www.spambutcher.com/spamfreeze/
Getting setup with SpamFreeze is a one-step process that takes under 10 seconds to complete.
Increasingly, spammers obtain email addresses by using “spiders”- computer programs that crawl the web extracting information from websites. As a result, publishing your email address online is a sure way to end up getting spammed. SpamFreeze makes your email address invisible to spiders, helping to minimize how much spam you receive.
SpamFreeze works by encoding the publisher’s email address within a URL. This URL can be placed on any webpage, blog or online forum where they would like to make their email address available.
When a user clicks the link, they will need to identify a word jumbled within an image to confirm they are not actually a spider collecting addressees for spamming. They are then provided with the publisher’s email address.
SpamFreeze is a completely free service provided by SpamButcher. SpamButcher does not send SpamFreeze users unwanted email, or sell their addresses to third-parties.
Users who already have a significant spam problem may want to consider installing the SpamButcher spam filter program. SpamButcher’s free 21-day trial may be downloaded from www.spambutcher.com.