Protect email address against harvesting on a Wordpress site
The wp-spamspan plugin implements strong automatic anti-spam protection for email addresses in content on a Wordpress site.
There are two parts to the wp-spamspan process. First, this plugin locates email addresses in the body of messages, and rewrites them into an obfuscated form for display.
So, if you have a post that contains the text:
This plugin will rewrite it so that it displays as:
chip [at] example [dot] com
Thus, a crawler or bot would only see the obfuscated email address, and only a user at a web browser would see an actual, clickable email link.
The web-nsupdate package provides a simple, web-based facility for clients to send dynamic DNS updates. Clients are typically DHCP hosts, such as a Linux system acting as a gateway for residential broadband service. The client sends a simple web request (such as with the wget(1) or lynx(1) commands) to the web-nsupdate service to register their host request.
The web-chpass utility allows users to change their account password through the web. This package was written with security as the foremost concern, flexibility next. It runs on systems that use PAM to manage user authorizations.
The web pages produced are completely customizable. The chpass.cgi utility contains no HTML. Instead, web pages are produced from an external template.
"Bad password" checking can be optionally enabled. The distributed web page template offers the user a choice, with these checks enabled by default.