I used to get hundreds of these a day from my personal site and since
I
put a CAPTCHA in it (did that last year some time), I've gotten zero. I

have a PHP example using reCAPTCHA if anyone is interested.

Interestingly enough there are some sites that don't even bother with
true captcha, just a standard image that is always the same, but robots
don't know that. Check Jeff Atwood's blog comment entry
(www.coddinghorror.com) for an example. That image _always_ says
"orange" but it's all but eliminated his spam.

-Walden


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