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The CkEmail library has a method called, unSpamify. Realizing it has something to do with SPAM and looking up the definition of "obfuscate" as listed in the description... what exactly does this method do? I can't find any examples or documentation about it.



asked Nov 09 '15 at 22:04

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edited Nov 09 '15 at 22:07

Thanks jpbro. :-)

That's not what it does. The UnSpamify method does not change the URL or the HTML displayed content. It removes HTML comments, and it un-obfuscates URLs what were obscured with encoding.

HTML comments can be used to break up words. For example: VIA<!-- Write your comments here -->GRA

Also see: http://www.pc-help.org/obscure.htm


answered Nov 10 '15 at 11:12

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Thanks for the clarifications!

(Nov 10 '15 at 11:15) jpbro ♦

The documentation says:

void UnSpamify(void);

Unobfuscates emails by undoing what spammers do to obfuscate email. It removes comments from HTML bodies and unobfuscates hyperlinked URLs.

My assumption would be re: onfuscated URLs, the function would turn this:

<a href='http://evilwebsite.com'>Friendly Website</a>

Into something like:

<a href='http://evilwebsite.com'&gt;http://evilwebsite.com</a>

So you can more easily tell where a link is pointing.


answered Nov 10 '15 at 10:17

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