Free email encoder!

Blackman’s E-mail encoder

Nowadays there is almost no Internet users who never received spam (advertising postings, which they didn’t subscribe). All over the Internet around the clock thousand of spammer’s e-mail harvesting robots stroll. They collect addresses of potential victims. A unique way to avoid receiving spam is to publish the e-mail address nowhere and never.What can people do if this way doesn’t work for them? Just encode it using Blackman’s E-mail encoder! This way you will not make a gift to spamers of readily available electronic address.E-mail encoder allows to choose one of four e-mail encoding metods: from simple (not encoded) to link up to JavaScript (address extracting is possible only by manual processing). This way security of the link is completely ensured!

All coding mechanisms are based on stealth-technology. Each new created link differs from any previous. There is no code, that identifies link created using this program.
Advantages of E-mail encoder in comparison with other similar programs are:

  • Free distribution (Freeware)
  • Offers an opportunity to choose from one of four Encoding method
  • An opportunity to use an image as a link
  • Small size (40 Kb against 300-400 Kb)
  • Multilingual interface
  • Multiplatform (the program works both in Windows, and in DOS)
  • All links work correctly even in IE 3.0
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    Version 1.1 (Zip-archive, 76 Kb)

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    Thunderbird released!


    Release Date: March 1, 2007

    What’s New

    • Improvements to product stability.
    • Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) SSLv2 buffer overflow
    • Crashes with evidence of memory corruption

    Windows installer download link

    Direct download link

    Windows installer size 6.2 MB.

    I would recommend that if you already have Thunderbird intalled on your system update it form within Thunderbird by clicking Help menu and then choosing Check for updates… ,its only 931 KB that way.

    For complete in depth discussion visit Thunderbird web page.

    What is Thunderbird?

    Just in case you are not familiar with the product.Thunderbird is a free, open-source and cross-platform mail client for most operating systems including, but not limited to, Windows, Linux and Macintosh. It is based on the Mozilla codebase. It is a robust and easy to use client, similar to competing products like Outlook Express, but with some major advantages such as junk mail classification.