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Email Encoder — Protect Email Addresses

Описание

Full site protection for your email addresses from spam-bots, email harvesters and other robots. No configuration needed.
Also protext phone numbers or any other text using our integrated [eeb_protect_content] shortcode.

Особенности

  • Full page protection for all of your emails
  • Instant results (No confiruation needed)
  • Protects mailto links, plain emails, email input fields, RSS feeds and much more
  • Autmoatic protection technique detection (Our plugin chooses automatically the best protection technique for each email)
  • Exclude posts and pages from protection
  • Automatically convert plain emails to mailto-links
  • Automatically convert plain emails to png images
  • Supports rot13 encoing, escape encoding, CSS directions, entity encoding and much more
  • Deactivate CSS directions manually for browser backwards compatibility
  • Shortcode support: [eeb_protect_emails] , [eeb_protect_content] , [eeb_mailto] , [eeb_form]
  • Template tag support: eeb_protect_emails() , eeb_protect_content() , eeb_mailto() , eeb_form()
  • Protect phone numbers (or any text or html)
  • Also supports special chars, like é, â, ö, Chinese characters etcetera
  • Use the Encoder Form to manually create encoded scripts

Foggy Email Integration

This plugin is fully integrated with foggy.email to protect your emails on the next level.
Foggy Email allows you to create protected emails to hide your real email address. In combination with Email Encoder, it will create for each email on your website a protected email address to hide your real one.
Example: me@myemail.com will be converted to hgulo@foggy.email — Your website visitor will see hgulo@foggy.email on your website instead your real email. Once they send an email to this address, it gets automatically forwarded to your inbox.

Compatibilities

  • The plugin works with mostly any theme and plugin. Some special ones needed special treatment. Doen below you can learn more about that.
  • Compatible with the Maintenance plugin from WP Maintenance
  • Divi Theme is fully integrated as well
  • Jetpack Image carousel is compatible as well

Free Website Check

We offer you a free tool to test if your website contains unprotected emails. You can use our website checker by clicking here

Easy to use

After activating the plugin all email addresses on your website will be protected out-of-the-box.
We also offer custom shortcodes and template functions to protect phone numbers or other text.

Поддержка

  • Documentation — After plugin activation, check the help tab on the plugin options page
  • Documentation on ironikus.com
  • FAQ

Нравится этот плагин?

Credits

  • Adam Hunter for the encode method ‘JavaScript Escape’ which is taken from his plugin Email Spam Protection
  • Tyler Akins for the encode method ‘JavaScript ASCII Mixer’
  • Title icon on Admin Options Page was made by Jack Cai

Скриншоты

  • Admin Options Page
  • Check encoded email/content when logged in as admin
  • Email Encoder Form on the Site

Установка

  1. Go to Plugins in the Admin menu
  2. Click on the button Add new
  3. Search for Email Encoder and click ‘Install Now’ or click on the upload link to upload email-encode-bundle.zip
  4. Click on Activate plugin
  5. You will find the settings page unter «Settings -> Email Encoder» within your admin dashboard

Часто задаваемые вопросы

You can test this in three different ways.

The easiest (and most efficient) way is to use our website checker, which looks over your website and detects unprotected emails. It is completely free and you can find it here on our website.

The second possibility is to enable the plugin option (in the admin panel) called «Security Check».
When you are logged in and look on the page there will be a icon on the right side of each email address confirming it was successfully encoded. (This counts only for emails that are displayed within the body tag as HTML. Emails within data attributes or the header won’t show this icon since otherwise the site breaks.)

The third possibility is to check the source code yourself by right-clicking on the page and select View Source Code (the exact text depends on the browser).
Now your (real) source code will be shown. Your email address should not be shown in a readable way in the source.

Important: in the element inspector of the browser the email address is nearly always shown, so don’t worry about that. That is because the inspector shows a real time representation of the page. This means an encoded email address is already decoded and made usable for the visitor of the page.

How do I encode my email address(es)?

All email addresses are protected automatically by default, so it is not necessary to configure anything else.

In case you wish to customize it, we also offer some neatsettings, shortcodes and template functions. Please check the settings page within your WordPress website or our documentation

The visitors will see everything as normal, but the source behind it will now be encoded (for spambots), and looks, for example, like the code down below (Depending on your settings):
/* H563DB@:AF=D0C5HJ190 How do I encode phone numbers or other text?

Just use the following shortcode within your posts:
[eeb_protect_content]35-01235-468113[/eeb_protect_content]

For other parts of your site you can use the template function eeb_protect_content() .

My website looks broken after activating the plugin. What to do?

First: Don’t panic!
Simply create a support request within the support forum and we will come back to you as soon as possible with help.

How can I encode content of BBPress, WP e-commerce or other plugins?

Every content will be automatically protected. In case you find something, that doesn’t work from your end, we are very happy to help!

Can I use special characters (like Chinese)?

Yes, since version 1.3.0 also special characters are supported.

Email Protection Resource Center

BlueMountain.com’s first priority is always you, our customer, which involves providing you with information on how to protect yourself from ecard email scams impacting our industry.

Security Update: As of 10/18/16, we are strengthening our password requirements and as a result, your existing password has been disabled.

The best way to protect your information is to use a unique password for each account or website and make sure it is something only you would be able to guess. Please remember, we will never e-mail you and ask you to disclose or verify your BlueMountain.com password or credit card. If you receive a suspicious e-mail, report the e-mail to security@bluemountain.com for investigation.

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Recommendations to Protect Your Security

Phishing emails: Fraudulent emails containing malicious links sent from individuals portraying themselves as messages from legitimate companies.

  • Simply opening an email should not result in any concern. Following links embedded in the email is where consumers have to be cautious.
  • If you have any suspicion that the email is fraudulent do not open, and do not click on any links within the email if you do. Legitimate emails will always give you the option to pick up the ecard by typing in the address of the Web site, rather than clicking on the link. All BlueMountain.com emails provide this option.
  • The individual sending the ecard should always be identifiable, such as in the subject line of the email itself. If you do not recognize the sender, be cautious. Be especially cautious of more generic subject lines.
  • To ensure your safety, simply type in the address of the Web site and go directly to it to retrieve your greeting. At BlueMountain.com you can bypass clicking on any links by going to the site and entering the code given to you in the email at the “ecard pickup” page on the site.

Legitimate ecards with suspicious messaging: If you receive a legitimate ecard that contains a personal message and do not recognize the sender or if it contains website addresses close the ecard and report it to security at security@bluemountain.com. If you do not recognize the sender do not type (or copy/paste) any website addresses into your browser.

What you can do to protect yourself from fraudulent ecard emails moving forward

If you feel that you have received a fraudulent ecard email claiming to be from BlueMountain.com, please submit your example to security@bluemountain.com to help in our investigations. Due to the magnitude of email to this inbox, you will not receive a response; however, you can be assured that your submission will help us continue to fight spam and phishing.

Some additional recommendations to further protect you:

  • Make sure to always use the latest version of your Internet browser, as they will check for potentially fraudulent websites when browsing the web.
  • Save our known address to your safe senders list so that legitimate ecard messages are ensured to be delivered. This does not ensure that ecard scams do not get into your inbox, however.
  • Please continue to be mindful of the above characteristics of our ecard emails versus the malicious emails and report any findings to security@bluemountain.com.

How to tell the difference between good emails and bad emails

At a quick glance after reviewing the table below, you should be able to tell the difference between legitimate ecard email notifications and emails not from us. However, we still recommend that you manually type in www.bluemountain.com after the http:// found in your Internet browser to view your ecard to ensure complete safety.

BlueMountain.com Ecard Emails Fake Ecard Emails
Subject Line (Sender’s name) has sent you an ecard from BlueMountain.com. Reminders to pickup your ecard will have the following subject lines:

  1. Reminder: Your ecard from (Sender’s Name) is waiting for you at BlueMountain.com
  2. Don’t forget: Your ecard from (Sender’s Name) is waiting for you at BlueMountain.com!
Subject line varies. Examples include:

  • You’ve received an ecard from a class-mate!
  • You’ve received a postcard from a family member!
  • Worshipper sent you a postcard from bluemountain.com!
“From” Ecard from BlueMountain.com [ecards@bluemountain.com] “From” varies. Examples include:

  • bluemountain.com [mailto:ht@grbdll.com] (note that the email address is random)
  • Personal email address
Email Message The sender’s name and email address is always in the body of the email. You should personally recognize this individual before engaging further in the email. May or may not include random individual’s name and email address.
Links in Email Ecard pickup link will always include bluemountain.com as the start of the URL. In addition, we will never send you an EXE file. If your email contains a clickable URL that is an EXE file, do not click on it. Ecard pickup link does not start with https://www.bluemountain.com, but instead shows a series of numbers (commonly referred to as an “IP Address”). Sometimes the IP address is hidden and can only be seen by hovering your cursor over the link or right-clicking on the link to view Properties. May or may not include a clickable URL that is an EXE file.

Example of a legitimate BlueMountain.com email

(Note: we also have pickup reminder emails sent to the recipient at a future date that may have different copy, but same general attributes as outlined above).

  • From: Ecard from BlueMountain.com [mailto:ecards@bluemountain.com]
  • Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 9:47 AM
  • To: Jane Smith
  • Subject: John Smith has sent you an ecard from BlueMountain.com

John Smith (jsmith@hotmail.com) has sent you an ecard.

To view your ecard, choose from the options below.

Click on the following link:

For your security, if you’d prefer not to click on links within this email:

  1. Type https://www.bluemountain.com/?source=ag999&rr=y into your web browser.
  2. Locate the ecard pickup link in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  3. Enter the following code –> 91838498859

Please do not reply to this email. To help resolve your issue or question, go to: https://www.bluemountain.com/help/index.pd?source=ag999&rr=y We have an extensive help center that may answer your questions, or you can choose to email us from there.

To read about email security, type https://www.bluemountain.com/emailprotection in your web browser to read more.

Your friends at BlueMountain.com

Example of an email NOT from BlueMountain.com

  • From: Date: August 13, 2007 9:37:55 AM CDT
  • To:
  • Subject: Love e-card

Mother(johnsmith@gmail.com) has created Love e-card for you at https://www.bluemountain.com.

To see your custom Love e-card, simply click on the following Internet address (if your mail program doesn’t support this feature you will need to COPY and PASTE the address into your browser’s address box):

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Email Protection Resource Center

BlueMountain.com’s first priority is always you, our customer, which involves providing you with information on how to protect yourself from ecard email scams impacting our industry.

Security Update: As of 10/18/16, we are strengthening our password requirements and as a result, your existing password has been disabled.

The best way to protect your information is to use a unique password for each account or website and make sure it is something only you would be able to guess. Please remember, we will never e-mail you and ask you to disclose or verify your BlueMountain.com password or credit card. If you receive a suspicious e-mail, report the e-mail to security@bluemountain.com for investigation.

Recommendations to Protect Your Security

Phishing emails: Fraudulent emails containing malicious links sent from individuals portraying themselves as messages from legitimate companies.

  • Simply opening an email should not result in any concern. Following links embedded in the email is where consumers have to be cautious.
  • If you have any suspicion that the email is fraudulent do not open, and do not click on any links within the email if you do. Legitimate emails will always give you the option to pick up the ecard by typing in the address of the Web site, rather than clicking on the link. All BlueMountain.com emails provide this option.
  • The individual sending the ecard should always be identifiable, such as in the subject line of the email itself. If you do not recognize the sender, be cautious. Be especially cautious of more generic subject lines.
  • To ensure your safety, simply type in the address of the Web site and go directly to it to retrieve your greeting. At BlueMountain.com you can bypass clicking on any links by going to the site and entering the code given to you in the email at the “ecard pickup” page on the site.

Legitimate ecards with suspicious messaging: If you receive a legitimate ecard that contains a personal message and do not recognize the sender or if it contains website addresses close the ecard and report it to security at security@bluemountain.com. If you do not recognize the sender do not type (or copy/paste) any website addresses into your browser.

What you can do to protect yourself from fraudulent ecard emails moving forward

If you feel that you have received a fraudulent ecard email claiming to be from BlueMountain.com, please submit your example to security@bluemountain.com to help in our investigations. Due to the magnitude of email to this inbox, you will not receive a response; however, you can be assured that your submission will help us continue to fight spam and phishing.

Some additional recommendations to further protect you:

  • Make sure to always use the latest version of your Internet browser, as they will check for potentially fraudulent websites when browsing the web.
  • Save our known address to your safe senders list so that legitimate ecard messages are ensured to be delivered. This does not ensure that ecard scams do not get into your inbox, however.
  • Please continue to be mindful of the above characteristics of our ecard emails versus the malicious emails and report any findings to security@bluemountain.com.

How to tell the difference between good emails and bad emails

At a quick glance after reviewing the table below, you should be able to tell the difference between legitimate ecard email notifications and emails not from us. However, we still recommend that you manually type in www.bluemountain.com after the http:// found in your Internet browser to view your ecard to ensure complete safety.

BlueMountain.com Ecard Emails Fake Ecard Emails
Subject Line (Sender’s name) has sent you an ecard from BlueMountain.com. Reminders to pickup your ecard will have the following subject lines:

  1. Reminder: Your ecard from (Sender’s Name) is waiting for you at BlueMountain.com
  2. Don’t forget: Your ecard from (Sender’s Name) is waiting for you at BlueMountain.com!
Subject line varies. Examples include:

  • You’ve received an ecard from a class-mate!
  • You’ve received a postcard from a family member!
  • Worshipper sent you a postcard from bluemountain.com!
“From” Ecard from BlueMountain.com [ecards@bluemountain.com] “From” varies. Examples include:

  • bluemountain.com [mailto:ht@grbdll.com] (note that the email address is random)
  • Personal email address
Email Message The sender’s name and email address is always in the body of the email. You should personally recognize this individual before engaging further in the email. May or may not include random individual’s name and email address.
Links in Email Ecard pickup link will always include bluemountain.com as the start of the URL. In addition, we will never send you an EXE file. If your email contains a clickable URL that is an EXE file, do not click on it. Ecard pickup link does not start with https://www.bluemountain.com, but instead shows a series of numbers (commonly referred to as an “IP Address”). Sometimes the IP address is hidden and can only be seen by hovering your cursor over the link or right-clicking on the link to view Properties. May or may not include a clickable URL that is an EXE file.

Example of a legitimate BlueMountain.com email

(Note: we also have pickup reminder emails sent to the recipient at a future date that may have different copy, but same general attributes as outlined above).

  • From: Ecard from BlueMountain.com [mailto:ecards@bluemountain.com]
  • Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 9:47 AM
  • To: Jane Smith
  • Subject: John Smith has sent you an ecard from BlueMountain.com

John Smith (jsmith@hotmail.com) has sent you an ecard.

To view your ecard, choose from the options below.

Click on the following link:

For your security, if you’d prefer not to click on links within this email:

  1. Type https://www.bluemountain.com/?source=ag999&rr=y into your web browser.
  2. Locate the ecard pickup link in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  3. Enter the following code –> 91838498859

Please do not reply to this email. To help resolve your issue or question, go to: https://www.bluemountain.com/help/index.pd?source=ag999&rr=y We have an extensive help center that may answer your questions, or you can choose to email us from there.

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To read about email security, type https://www.bluemountain.com/emailprotection in your web browser to read more.

Your friends at BlueMountain.com

Example of an email NOT from BlueMountain.com

  • From: Date: August 13, 2007 9:37:55 AM CDT
  • To:
  • Subject: Love e-card

Mother(johnsmith@gmail.com) has created Love e-card for you at https://www.bluemountain.com.

To see your custom Love e-card, simply click on the following Internet address (if your mail program doesn’t support this feature you will need to COPY and PASTE the address into your browser’s address box):

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Русский

Email Encoder — Protect Email Addresses

Описание

Full site protection for your email addresses from spam-bots, email harvesters and other robots. No configuration needed.
Also protext phone numbers or any other text using our integrated [eeb_protect_content] shortcode.

Особенности

  • Full page protection for all of your emails
  • Instant results (No confiruation needed)
  • Protects mailto links, plain emails, email input fields, RSS feeds and much more
  • Autmoatic protection technique detection (Our plugin chooses automatically the best protection technique for each email)
  • Exclude posts and pages from protection
  • Automatically convert plain emails to mailto-links
  • Automatically convert plain emails to png images
  • Supports rot13 encoing, escape encoding, CSS directions, entity encoding and much more
  • Deactivate CSS directions manually for browser backwards compatibility
  • Shortcode support: [eeb_protect_emails] , [eeb_protect_content] , [eeb_mailto] , [eeb_form]
  • Template tag support: eeb_protect_emails() , eeb_protect_content() , eeb_mailto() , eeb_form()
  • Protect phone numbers (or any text or html)
  • Also supports special chars, like é, â, ö, Chinese characters etcetera
  • Use the Encoder Form to manually create encoded scripts

Foggy Email Integration

This plugin is fully integrated with foggy.email to protect your emails on the next level.
Foggy Email allows you to create protected emails to hide your real email address. In combination with Email Encoder, it will create for each email on your website a protected email address to hide your real one.
Example: me@myemail.com will be converted to hgulo@foggy.email — Your website visitor will see hgulo@foggy.email on your website instead your real email. Once they send an email to this address, it gets automatically forwarded to your inbox.

Compatibilities

  • The plugin works with mostly any theme and plugin. Some special ones needed special treatment. Doen below you can learn more about that.
  • Compatible with the Maintenance plugin from WP Maintenance
  • Divi Theme is fully integrated as well
  • Jetpack Image carousel is compatible as well

Free Website Check

We offer you a free tool to test if your website contains unprotected emails. You can use our website checker by clicking here

Easy to use

After activating the plugin all email addresses on your website will be protected out-of-the-box.
We also offer custom shortcodes and template functions to protect phone numbers or other text.

Поддержка

  • Documentation — After plugin activation, check the help tab on the plugin options page
  • Documentation on ironikus.com
  • FAQ

Нравится этот плагин?

Credits

  • Adam Hunter for the encode method ‘JavaScript Escape’ which is taken from his plugin Email Spam Protection
  • Tyler Akins for the encode method ‘JavaScript ASCII Mixer’
  • Title icon on Admin Options Page was made by Jack Cai

Скриншоты

  • Admin Options Page
  • Check encoded email/content when logged in as admin
  • Email Encoder Form on the Site

Установка

  1. Go to Plugins in the Admin menu
  2. Click on the button Add new
  3. Search for Email Encoder and click ‘Install Now’ or click on the upload link to upload email-encode-bundle.zip
  4. Click on Activate plugin
  5. You will find the settings page unter «Settings -> Email Encoder» within your admin dashboard

Часто задаваемые вопросы

You can test this in three different ways.

The easiest (and most efficient) way is to use our website checker, which looks over your website and detects unprotected emails. It is completely free and you can find it here on our website.

The second possibility is to enable the plugin option (in the admin panel) called «Security Check».
When you are logged in and look on the page there will be a icon on the right side of each email address confirming it was successfully encoded. (This counts only for emails that are displayed within the body tag as HTML. Emails within data attributes or the header won’t show this icon since otherwise the site breaks.)

The third possibility is to check the source code yourself by right-clicking on the page and select View Source Code (the exact text depends on the browser).
Now your (real) source code will be shown. Your email address should not be shown in a readable way in the source.

Important: in the element inspector of the browser the email address is nearly always shown, so don’t worry about that. That is because the inspector shows a real time representation of the page. This means an encoded email address is already decoded and made usable for the visitor of the page.

How do I encode my email address(es)?

All email addresses are protected automatically by default, so it is not necessary to configure anything else.

In case you wish to customize it, we also offer some neatsettings, shortcodes and template functions. Please check the settings page within your WordPress website or our documentation

The visitors will see everything as normal, but the source behind it will now be encoded (for spambots), and looks, for example, like the code down below (Depending on your settings):
/* H563DB@:AF=D0C5HJ190 How do I encode phone numbers or other text?

Just use the following shortcode within your posts:
[eeb_protect_content]35-01235-468113[/eeb_protect_content]

For other parts of your site you can use the template function eeb_protect_content() .

My website looks broken after activating the plugin. What to do?

First: Don’t panic!
Simply create a support request within the support forum and we will come back to you as soon as possible with help.

How can I encode content of BBPress, WP e-commerce or other plugins?

Every content will be automatically protected. In case you find something, that doesn’t work from your end, we are very happy to help!

Can I use special characters (like Chinese)?

Yes, since version 1.3.0 also special characters are supported.

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