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spam tool in vb.net
if don't wanna open the browser then use webbrowser control like so Private webbrows As New WebBrowser private sub form_load(snder...... dim _url as string = "your url that mostly wont work" webbrows.Navigate(_url) ' if you use vb2010 then you have lambada expressions AddHandler webbrows.DocumentCompleted, Sub(sd As Object, e4 As System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowserDocumentCompletedEventArgs) ' a check that the page fully loaded If e4.Url.ToString <> _url Then Exit Sub sd.dispose() End Sub end sub

Categories : Vb.Net

Can a captcha attract spam?
My first thought would be to make use of the so called invisible captcha or honeypot technique. In a nutshell, the invisible captcha relies on the principle that bots will detect hidden fields and fill in with some information. A human visitor, on the contrary, will never see them (as they are hidden by the CSS), therefore they will remain empty. I am aware of a wordpress plugin for invisible captcha, but it only works on comments and it does not seem to be useful in your case. Hope this is of some help.

Categories : Wordpress

How to prevent spam in rails?
Aggressive Spam Bots are using (most of the times) the same tld or selected names, strings or numbers. You can try Filters Spam to filter out Words etc. you don't like in your App. And if you have a Really Big Problem with Spam just go with Rakismet (Ruby Akismet), for only 4.99/Month. I dont think this is to much to ask.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Spam, even with captcha on Php Form
1) It may be that your CAPTCHA is weak and just automatically cracked by the spam robot 2) Is the CAPTCHA validation in the server side handling class? If it is not, it is pretty useless because anybody can just post to the form.

Categories : PHP

Emails contains Image and going in Spam
Try to use return-path in your headers like, $headers .= "Return-Path: email@example.com "; Read Spamassassian

Categories : PHP

My phpmailer script goes to spam
Your mail is going to spam, ergo your mail is being sent, ergo there is (probably) nothing wrong with your script. There are many reasons why mail is delivered to spam. Most obviously, it might be spam. You should be checking the configuration of your mail configuration, specifically check for correct SPF and DKIM records. If you're using a third-party mailing service check that they haven't themselves been blacklisted. Check your return addresses make sense and are valid. Trace the path from the headers and see where any warnings are added en route. And finally, check your own spam filters.

Categories : PHP

Avoiding Spam - Android App
There are so many ways to do this. Firstly you need to research about server-client architecture and security. Simply; You may use SSL certificate , send some secure header parameters in request, encrypt some of your data. But first, research about architecture. Good luck.

Categories : PHP

Spam protection onclick()
why dont you just take a timestamp when the button was first clicked then compare the time when the button was clicked again and see if the difference is greater than the allotted amount of time?

Categories : Java

How to prevent Curl spam
Why not use a Captcha on any form that you submit? Bots cannot read those and you would prevent the post with an invalid captcha. For example: http://www.phpcaptcha.org/ If not using Captcha, then you need to look into different methods to prevent CSRF (Cross Site Request Forging). Here is a cheat sheet on what it is and some different methods on how to prevent it - https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cross-Site_Request_Forgery_(CSRF)_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet and they even make a framework for PHP that generates a unique key for each form, effectively only allowing inputs to come from a form that was rendered on from your site - https://www.owasp.org/index.php/PHP_CSRF_Guard

Categories : PHP

iOS Push notification spam
This was related to our device logging into multiple accounts. Each time the device logged into a new account a new tracking ID was issued. The Spam was sending it to each account which in turn was sending it to the ID multiple times repeatedly. I doubt this will ever be an issue for anyone else, but thought I would answer the question.

Categories : Iphone

Sending Thousands of Email per day without being spam
Managing your own mail server can be a pain. There's a lot to doing it right, and getting it wrong can mean landing on a blacklist. I recommend going with a service who has put in the time to ensure their e-mails get through. You can find a rather exhaustive list of them here: Sendgrid vs Postmark vs Amazon SES and other email/SMTP API providers? Also, if you're sending e-mails in the US, be sure to follow the guidelines of the CAN-SPAM Act.

Categories : Asp Net

Outgoing mails to spam directory
I don't know much about the setup side, but several other factors could cause it to hit spam folders. Try removing one possible cause at a time until the email works. replace all the content with pure text (no $, !'s or large numbers) send from a different email address send to a different email address on a different domain If any of those fix your problem, you should have it narrowed down to the cause, which will help the rest of us to give more targeted answers. If those things don't make a difference, then it is most likely in your setup.

Categories : Email

Email sent from VPS going into spam folder or being blocked
One reason why your messages may be going to the SPAM folder is the lack of a positive reputation. Look at it from Gmail's perspective... about 80% of new sources of email are spewing malicious messages. Often times Gmail and other mailbox providers look upon new sources of email as guilty until proven innocent. ReturnPath, a email reputation company shows your IP as not having sent very much mail. https://senderscore.org/lookup.php?lookup=174.136.14.186 By sending good mail to people who want to receive your messages your mail will begin to more often land in the inbox. Your only other options are to play around with your content. Try using different local address portions, domains, subjects, and content. If you include URLs like bit.ly which is a domain commonly abused you could

Categories : Email

Preventing Spam; Using Nodemailer; Using Sendmail
Here's a few reasons: http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2010/04/so-youd-like-to-send-some-email-through-code.html There are also blacklists of ip addresses. Anything coming from these would just be ignored or regarded as spam. If your email is sent from a server which doesn't seem to be linked to the from address you'll have potential issues as well. Detecting spam and trying not to be seen as spam are both non trivial things. That's why a lot of mailing lists are done through a specialist provider.

Categories : Node Js

How to prevent spam inputs on a web page?
Perhaps you can use jQuery to disable the button. $('#myButton').click(function(){ $('#myButton').attr("disabled", "disabled"); setTimeout(unlockButton, 1000); }); function unlockButton(){ $('#myButton').removeAttr('disabled'); } Like so: http://jsfiddle.net/D3zLf/

Categories : Javascript

Email with attachments going to Spam folder - VPS Server
EDIT #2: (PDF attachment) You will need to enter your $_POST variables, but if you try this as is, including the PDF file you wish to send, will run on its own. Change all instances of file.pdf in the code to the file name you wish to attach, as well as your Email address. (TESTED) <?php $sendto = "email@example.com"; $message = "Message here Hello, this is a test!!"; $filename = "file.pdf"; $handle = fopen($filename, 'rb'); $contents = fread($handle,filesize($filename)); fclose($handle); $encoded = chunk_split(base64_encode($contents)); $seperator = md5(uniqid(time())); $from = '"First Last" <username@domain.com>'; $header = ''; $header .= "From: $from "; $header .= "MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type:"." multipart/mixed; boundary="$seperator"; "; $body.= "--$seperator ";

Categories : PHP

HTML Email sent via PHP treated as spam in Gmail
Theres a million reasons why gmail would suspect the email is spam. The first thing I would do is use a library that deals with headers correctly -> http://swiftmailer.org/ Secondly, ensure your sender host is coming from the same IP as the server and have correct MX records.

Categories : PHP

My VPS has been shut down now again for the second time for TOS violations email spam
We dealt with the same problem earlier this year. First, you need to look through your log files to determine which site(s) are getting attacked. My guess would be that the sites being hit at 1.5 sites, without exception that was the case on our servers. If that is the case, then those sites need to be let go. If they don't want to upgrade, they need to take their sites elsewhere. Simple as that. You cannot risk your other sites and email blacklists due to customers that don't want to upgrade. We don't allow J1.5 on our servers any more.

Categories : Apache

Can spam bots trigger mouseenter or hover events?
A "generic" spambot that triggered events in order to harvest email addresses would have to feed the page into basically a headless browser, somehow determine what might be JS-obfuscated email content and then blindly try to emulate the user interaction that deobfuscates the interesting data. This is an enormous amount of work for possibly no benefit and no spammer would ever consider doing it. What they would do instead if they were really interested in harvesting your site is figure out how your protection works (hey, it's just written in reverse) and just special-case the spambot to unscramble the data manually. This type of protection scheme should be more than enough as long as you are too small to be worth targeting, but the downside is that website visitors that do not use JavaSc

Categories : Jquery

AJAX chat - Prevent spam server sided?
In the part of your scripts, where the server is about to save the chat message, you hook up a database query like SELECT COUNT(*) FROM chat_messages WHERE uid='1234' AND timestamp > DATE_SUB(NOW(), INTERVAL 10 SECOND) LIMIT 10 then check if the result is greater than your limit and return false, or a message "too many messages sent in too short time" Another, maybe better approach would be to identify not only a user/session, but also save the IP and limit messages to an IP. Many modern bots can easily circumvent sessions or switch IP very fast, so you should go for a combination of more than one technics. Also consider client side prevention, like hashing the message, or adding a checksum to the messages. Many bots don't talk JavaScript too good.

Categories : PHP

How can I prevent email spam (too many instant emails on actions)?
I would recommend having a cron job that runs a rake task that does this. Have an attribute on each comment that indicates whether it is a 'new' comment or not, and each day when the cron goes through the comments mark them as 'not new' (or something that makes sense to you). write your query so that it only returns the 'new' comments, and doesn't loop through every comment in the db and then check to see if it is 'new' or not. check out the whenever gem. I haven't used it, but there are plenty of resources to help you decide if it's right for you.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Preventing spam and bots using JavaScript generated checkbox
The article seems fishy to me. The checkbox captcha seems like a decent defense against spam bots that blindly fill out forms, knowing nothing about the website they happen to be on, however if someone is writing a bot that has any sort of insight into your page, the benefits end there. In the end, all that matters is the HTTP post. If the POST can be verified by the server, it doesn't really matter how the POST was created or what script may have run on the client. If the server is looking for a POST value called NotABot which has a value equal to 1, a spam bot can simply include this value in its own POST, as the server doesn't know if a checkbox was created through client-side script.. If the value must be equal to a random value provided in the initial HTML, the spambot can scrape

Categories : Javascript

How to avoid marked as spam by Gmail on sending mass email?
Yes, don't send mass email :-) If you really want to avoid being considered a spammer, send out emails with less recipients, and don't swamp the mail server with them. Let's say, for example, you have thirty recipients for a given update. You can send out emails with one recipient every minute for a half hour. Now the numbers may be different (and will of course depend on the success of your site) but the basic theory will stand up for quite a while. As to how to get yourself whitelisted in GMail, that's really up to the recipient. They can usually do it by simply adding your email address to their contact list. Keep in mind whitelisting there refers to individual GMail accounts, GMail itself does not whitelist IP addresses. It does blacklist them if you misbehave but that generally me

Categories : Email

A fast encryption/decryption algorithm that will NOT be used for security, but to combat spam
Look at this article on block ciphers. Here is how you can make your own cipher: Encryption: Store your own private data, preferably randomly generated for each cipher. Using your private data as a seed in a pseudorandom number generator. Produce a string of bits as long as the data you want to encode, a.k.a. the plaintext. This string of "random" bits is the key. For each bit of the key, take the corresponding bit from the plaintext, which we will call a and b respectively. The XOR of the two yields the corresponding bit in the ciphertext. Use the ciphertext as you wish. Decryption: Take the ciphertext and retrieve the private data for it. Use the private data as a seed in the same pseudorandom number generator to produce the key from before. Follow the steps above to get the plain

Categories : Performance

Why are my automated confirmation / subscription emails getting flagged as spam in gmail?
I have had problems with this in the past, and found solutions to be largely hit and miss. If the server which is sending your mail happens to be on a black list because of previous spammers linked to your server/IP address, you are probably out of luck. Otherwise, I have had limited success by playing with different header variables; also plain text emails tend to have higher delivery success rates than HTML - in my experience (although, I realise you are already doing this). Also try rephrasing your subject line or body text, you may just be getting caught by a spam rule looking out for a pattern you have accidently stumbled upon.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

MySQL Query to Bulk Delete Spam Wordpress Users
You can use a INNER JOIN when using DELETE in MySQL. DELETE FROM wp_users INNER JOIN wp_usermeta ON wp_users.ID = wp_usermeta.user_id WHERE wp_users.user_email LIKE "%@hotmail%" AND [etc, etc.] This solution gives you two (or maybe more ;-)) problems: 1) you can't reassign posts and links (if you want) and 2) you have to deal with JSON values in MySQL. A better way is to use WordPress functions for the job. You can use get_users to search for users and wp_delete_user to delete the user. <?php $args = array( 'blog_id' => $GLOBALS['blog_id'], 'role' => 'subscriber', 'search' => '*@hotmail.com' ); $blogusers = get_users($args); foreach ($blogusers as $user) { wp_delete_user( $user->ID, $reassign ); } ?> Please read

Categories : Mysql

Changing header "From: noreply@domain.com" to other value, sends mail into spam folder
You must to add a needle headers: Sample code : $headers = "From: myplace@example.com "; $headers .= "Reply-To: myplace2@example.com "; $headers .= "Return-Path: myplace@example.com "; $headers .= "CC: sombodyelse@example.com "; $headers .= "BCC: hidden@example.com "; if ( mail($to,$subject,$message,$headers) ) { echo "The email has been sent!"; } else { echo "The email has failed!"; } ?> And I would suggest to read oswalds's

Categories : PHP

Outgoing Listing-Mail stucks in Spam-Filter since I moved to a new Server
First, check that your outgoing mail server is identifying itself correctly in the HELO command (or EHLO command) when it connects to a receiving mail server. There should also be an A record for this name that should point to the IP address of the mail server. Also, this IP address should reverse to some name (possibly, but not necessarily, the same name as above), and this name should point to the mail server's IP. If any of this is not right, then most spam filters will not consider your server to be a 'real' mail server, and will most likely flag any message sent from your server as spam. This is how many spam filters block spam that originates from computers that have been taken over as 'zombies'. Another thing to do is to check that you mail server IP is not on any blacklists. Yo

Categories : Email

Suggest scikit learn algorithms for spam detection-like image classification task
You should first think about what are good features for your task. Also, you should think about whether your images are always the same shape and aligned. If you think it is a good idea to describe patches, you may want to look into standard image features like SIFT or SURF or BRIEF - maybe look into scikit-image, opencv or mahotas - though having just the raw patches is a possible first step. If you want to use patch descriptors and want to throw away the spacial arrangement (which would be the bag of word approach) you need to cluster the descriptors and then build histograms over the "words". Then you can train on the histogram and get a single prediction for the whole image. There is a vast amount of literature on this, not sure what would be a good point to start, though. Maybe look i

Categories : Image

how to disable "bytes_recv = ##; bytes_send = ##" message spam in Visual Studio Output window from C# and NetworkComms.Net app over USB to iPad
I've looked through the source for NetworkComms.Net and the output you are reporting is not generated from within NetworkComms.Net. I would recommend investigating the other tools you are using such as the USB->TCP connection.

Categories : C#

Codeigniter Email Class - email in spam
No, if your problem is that emails are going into spam box, you should check some tutorial or read some book on how to send emails correctly to avoid being blacklisted, but the problem is not really related to Codeigniter or PHP ;) I mean it depends on many factors out of the programming languages, like content you send, if images are inside your content, how much is rated your website/IP, which is the title you put in your emails, which email address you use to send the emails ... etc etc , and *+obvously** how many people receives your emails and put you in spam flagging the email as SPAM :P

Categories : PHP

spam email by using email library in codeignator
There are really many reason that might explain why an email ends up in the spam folder of your favorite mail client (web based or not) : your server is in an ip blacklist your emails contain keywords that are triggering a spam filter you're sending spam your mail server is misconfigured and sending out emails that look like spam you are sending emails containing only images your server doesn't use DKIM and SPF to authenticate email (see this webmaster SE question) Many other reasons I don't remember ;-) Jeff Atwood also wrote a nice article on his blog about good practices for send email through code. As for some places to check if your email looks like a spam here are two I've found : http://www.contactology.com/check_mqs.php http://www.emailspamtest.com/

Categories : PHP



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