Email Address Encoder

Descripción

A lightweight plugin that protects plain email addresses and mailto links from email-harvesting robots, by encoding them into decimal and hexadecimal entities. Has an effect on the posts, pages, comments, excerpts, text widgets and other filtered content. Works without JavaScript — just simple spam protection.

To see whether all your email addresses are properly protected, use the free page scanner tool.

Other content (like phone numbers) can be protected using [encode] shortcode:

[encode]+1 (555) 123-4567[/encode]
[encode link="tel:+15551234567"]+1 (555) 123-4567[/encode]

Premium Features

  • Full-page protection that catches all email addresses
  • Hardened protection using JavaScript and CSS techniques
  • Improved phone number protection
  • Built-in plugin support for ACF, Jetpack, WooCommerce and many others

Check out the Premium version of Email Address Encoder.

Capturas

  • Settings: Configure the plugin to your needs.
  • Protection: This is how email addresses will look like under the hood.
  • [Premium] Hardened protection: A preview of JavaScript and CSS based techniques
  • [Premium] Phone number protection using polymorphous ROT47/CSS

Instalación

For detailed installation instructions, please read the standard installation procedure for WordPress plugins.

  1. Upload the /email-address-encoder/ directory and its contents to /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Login to your WordPress installation and activate the plugin through the Plugins menu.
  3. Use the «Page Scanner» under Settings -> Email Encoder to test if your email addresses are protected.

Preguntas frecuentes

What does this plugin do?

This plugin searches for email addresses using WordPress filters like the_content, widget_text and others. Found email addresses are encoded using decimal and hexadecimal HTML entities, which obfuscates the email addresses to protect it from being read by most email-harvesting robots.

Alternatively, you can use the [encode] shortcode: [encode]+1 (555) 123-4567[/encode]

How can I make sure the plugin works?

You can use the «Page Scanner» found under Settings -> Email Encoder to see whether all your email addresses are protected. Alternatively, you can manually look at the «page source» of your site.

Please note: Chrome’s Developer Tools, Safari’s Web Inspector and others automatically decode decimal and hexadecimal entities. You need to look at the «plain HTML source code».

How can I filter other parts of my site?

This guide will help you encode all email addresses that aren’t caught.

Reseñas

6 de enero de 2021
Have been using Email Address Encoder for years now and it have protected our site from e-mail spam. Completely satisfied!
5 de diciembre de 2020
There is nothing more to say about it. Installed, Took a quick look in FAQ, Activated and worked 🙂
2 de julio de 2020
Works (as described) only on filtered content and uses only html-entities in the free version. But that's fine with me.
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Registro de cambios

  • add «encoding» gutenberg block
  • Show premium upgrade page inside wordpress?
  • Dashboard widget with scanner results?

1.0.22

  • Added link attribute to [encode] shortcode

1.0.21

  • Changed page slug to avoid issues with the encode keyword
  • Only search for unprotected emails on public pages
  • Show warning when page couldn’t be fetched

1.0.20

  • Encode emails in navigation menus

1.0.19

  • Defer loading of email detector script
  • Use plugin version as cache buster
  • Add «Polymorphous ROT47/CSS» to techniques

1.0.18

  • Show warning when incompatible plugins are installed
  • Fixed saving of dismissed notices

1.0.17

  • Offload email detection to web worker
  • Flush WP Super Cache and Cachify when saving settings
  • Ignore emails in admin bar, debug bar and query monitor

1.0.16

  • Avoid fatal error when using PHP 5.5 or lesser

1.0.15

  • Added EAE_REGEXP constant
  • Added eae_email_callback filter
  • Added unprotected email detector to admin bar
  • Respect eae_method filter in shortcode
  • Fixed issue with notices not hiding in some cases
  • Flush page cache when saving settings (W3 Total Cache; WP Rocket; LiteSpeed Cache; JCH Optimize)

1.0.14

  • Fixed Dashboard JavaScript issue
  • Blocked signup for more non-production domains

1.0.13

  • Resolved issue with WordPress 4.7 and older
  • Blocked signup for local domains and IP addresses

1.0.12

  • Avoid fatal error when using PHP 5.3 or lesser

1.0.11

  • Added the ability to get notified when your site contains unprotected email addresses
  • Made EAE_DISABLE_NOTICES check stricter
  • Removed cross-promotion

1.0.10

  • Added option to disable notices and promotions
  • Added activation and uninstall callbacks
  • Added $hex parameter to eae_encode_str() method
  • Added ability to turn off email encoding
  • Various code and UI improvements

1.0.9

  • Made page scanner notice dismissable
  • Only show page scanner notice on Dashboard
  • Added setting for filter priority
  • Added EAE_DISABLE_NOTICES constant to disable all notices and promotions
  • Pass site URL along to page scanner
  • Moved cross-promotion to plugin screen

1.0.8

  • Added user interface
  • Added links to page scanner

1.0.7

  • Prevent potential compatibility issue with other plugins or themes

1.0.6

  • Added [encode] shortcode
  • Require PHP 5.3 to fix deprecation warning

1.0.5

  • Prevented error when eae_encode_emails() doesn’t receive a string

1.0.4

  • Added EAE_FILTER_PRIORITY constant to adjust default filter priority

1.0.3

  • Added filter to override the encoding function
  • Improved randomness of encode-function
  • Improved speed by doing fast @-sign existence check

1.0.2

  • Added filter to override the regular expression.

1.0.1

  • Effects now also page, post and comment excerpts

1.0

  • Initial release