Spambots welcome!

Take all the email addresses you want.

This page is an experiment in using JavaScript to combat spam. Spammers use spambot programs to search sites for email addresses to harvest, then flood those addresses with inane messages that nobody wants. What follows is a list of randomly generated email addresses that do not exist. The idea is to flood the mailbox of the spammer, since messages to nonexistent addresses bounce back to the sender:

Three hundred addresses total. I encourage webmasters to give this JavaScript code a try. The code was authored by Tim Shaw, and is available free from the JavaScript Source.