On 3/1/01 8:04 AM, "Tim Pierce" <email@example.com> wrote:
> The difference is that there are a lot of "passwords" (search
> terms) which are likely to yield access.
Except that's not really true. If you search on ".com", ".net" and ".edu"
you solve 95% of the problem, and that's more than good enough for most
harvesters. Those pull up lists of links that can then easily be spidered on
most search engines, and will almost always have exactly what they're
looking for: email addresses.
With some search engines, you just search on "@", although that's not
something that'll work for all of them.
Chuq Von Rospach, Internet Gnome <http://www.chuqui.com>
[<firstname.lastname@example.org> = <email@example.com> = <firstname.lastname@example.org>]
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