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    EMailcover.COM: Stop Spam: Hide Your E-Mail Address

    The term CAPTCHA stands for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart."

    A CAPTCHA simply hides letters and numbers in an image that computers have difficulty reading, but that humans can (usually) recognize. This site will transform your email address into a CAPTCHA-like image in order to hide it from computer bots.
    Hide your email address in an image.

    Emailcover.com provides this free service which hides your email address in a CAPTCHA image to help prevent spam email being sent to your email address. This dynamically created image never looks exactly the same, making it just a little harder for spam bots!
    I can't see any use for this for me but I thought that some of you out there might like it if you are hosting your own sites and would like another layer of defence against spammers.

    Example Captcha:



    Link: Stop spam: Hide your email address.

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