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iScramble can scramble any HTML code. It is particularly useful for hiding email addresses from email address harvesting robots. If you place your email address in plain text on a page on your site, chances are that it will be found by one of these harvesters, and your email address will be sold to spammers. Use iScramble to prevent this.
There are 2 ways to use iScramble:
Server Side (PHP) Encryption
Using iScramble is simply a matter of including the php code, calling the iScramble() function passing in text that you want to scramble, then echo the returned string.
<?php // Include the iScramble PHP function require_once("iscramble.inc.php"); echo iScramble("email@example.com"); ?>
How Secure Is It?
iScramble is secure enough to deter casual visitors to your site from viewing your HTML source. It is also secure enough to prevent SPAM email address harvesting robots. However, it is not completely secure. It would be possible for an attacker to decrypt your original plain text. It is a deterrent, but seems to work well. I use it on several sites to protect email addresses, which would otherwise have ended up on spam lists.
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