Paniagua 1.0

Paniagua is a filter designed to replace certain marked critical parts in HTML code with encrypted JavaScript code.
Paniagua is a filter designed to replace certain marked critical parts in HTML code with encrypted JavaScript code.

Have you ever put your email address onto some web page?
If you did, you probably didn't need to wait longer than a week until you got the first UCE (spam) mails to that address.

One popular solution to spoil the harvesting of web pages is to write something like nincompoop _AT_ whitehouse _DOT_ gov. But this looks ugly and doesn't make many people happy. And, you cannot make such a thing a working link.

Paniagua now tries to make your life easier. Simply embed critical parts of your web page into . Paniagua takes these pieces and translates them into JavaScript, after having encrypted them. You can use tags inside those pieces, but you should avoid three consecutive >>> (simply write > >> instead). At the moment, such a piece may only reside in one single code line, while the line itself may be very long. There is also an alternative text for the possible case that the user has turned JavaScript off or her browser isn't even capable of executing JavaScript (like lynx).

Umlauts and other "local" characters work if they are named entities, e.g. ü they might work if the coding is that of the whole document. (Actually, you might run into problems if the code of that character is >=239. This means, forget about Unicode.)

Pages encrypted with Paniagua remain accessible; nearly all browsers used by the handicapped can translate those pages into something comprehensible. If in doubt, add an alternative version of critical parts like shown above.

last updated on:
February 11th, 2008, 6:12 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
paniagua.berlios.de
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Klaus-Juergen Wolf
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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