Friday, August 2, 2019


The Internet and Its Sand Traps

Its funny actually that people around the globe are all touting about Internet privacy.  You would think that they are very proactive in their approach to finding and using great services that will protect their online presence and identity, and allow for a more relaxed and pleasing Internet browsing and usage session.  The truth of the matter is quite the opposite.  In the rush to get that great deal on baseball caps, the user simply does not read the address bar as they follow the link to Ebay.  For all they know, they are actually shopping on Ebay and are making their purchase quite safely.  All they while, they could actually be surfing the dark web and being hacked. Oh yes, its a fact.  If you do not do something as simple as to watch your URLS as you surf, guess what?  You are the perfect target for Mr. and Mrs. Web Hacker Jr.

I ask nothing that is not accomplished quite easily and for free as well.  Internet security is not at all about spending a lot of money to achieve.  You do not have to go to school to learn how to do it.  As a matter of fact, all ou need to be is highly attuned, aware and watch everything that is going on upon that screen of yours.  This applies to desktops, laptops and cell phones as well.  They are all targets that the hacking squads love to use to gain money and data.  If you bury your proverbial head in the sand then you too, will more than likely someday fall victim to the Internet ram and scam squad.  It will only hurt for a little while, but believe me when I say this.  It can and will happen!

Learn to Use Anonymous Email Addresses!

Anonymous Email Addresses are a great way to choose what you wish to see, and what you wish to block.  YOu can signup for anything at all online using the anonymity of email addresses and be safe in the fact that NONE of your personal and private information will ever be gained, shared or datamined.  This is good news for those that are shy about doing anything online as they have been the unwilling victim of hackers and thieves.

Spammers may engage in deliberate fraud to send out their messages. Spammers often use false names, addresses, phone numbers, and other contact information to set up "disposable" accounts at various Internet service providers. They also often use falsified or stolen credit card numbers to pay for these accounts. This allows them to move quickly from one account to the next as the host ISPs discover and shut down each one.
Senders may go to great lengths to conceal the origin of their messages. Large companies may hire another firm to send their messages so that complaints or blocking of email falls on a third party. Others engage in spoofing of email addresses (much easier than IP address spoofing). The email protocol (SMTP) has no authentication by default, so the spammer can pretend to originate a message apparently from any email address. To prevent this, some ISPs and domains require the use of SMTP-AUTH, allowing positive identification of the specific account from which an email originates.
Senders cannot completely spoof email delivery chains (the 'Received' header), since the receiving mailserver records the actual connection from the last mailserver's IP address. To counter this, some spammers forge additional delivery headers to make it appear as if the email had previously traversed many legitimate servers.
Spoofing can have serious consequences for legitimate email users. Not only can their email inboxes get clogged up with "undeliverable" emails in addition to volumes of spam, they can mistakenly be identified as a spammer. Not only may they receive irate email from spam victims, but (if spam victims report the email address owner to the ISP, for example) a naive ISP may terminate their service for spamming"

The total volume of email spam has been consistently growing, but in 2011 the trend seemed to reverse.[45][46] The amount of spam that users see in their mailboxes is only a portion of total spam sent, since spammers' lists often contain a large percentage of invalid addresses and many spam filters simply delete or reject "obvious spam".
The first known spam email, advertising a DEC product presentation, was sent in 1978 by Gary Thuerk to 600 addresses, the total number of users on ARPANET was 2600 at the time though software limitations meant only slightly more than half of the intended recipients actually received it.[47] As of August 2010, the number of spam messages sent per day was estimated to be around 200 billion.[48] More than 97% of all emails sent over the Internet in 2008 were unwanted, according to a Microsoftsecurity report.[49] MAAWG estimates that 85% of incoming mail is "abusive email", as of the second half of 2007. The sample size for the MAAWG's study was over 100 million mailboxes.[50][51][52] In 2018 with growing affiliation networks & email frauds worldwide about 90% of global email traffic is spam as per study, which also effects legitimate email senders to achieve inbox delivery.[53]
A 2010 survey of US and European email users showed that 46% of the respondents had opened spam messages, although only 11% had clicked on a link.[54].

Anonymous Email Address is All About Eliminating Spam!

Do You Need Spam Email?

I do not know about you, but here at Anonymous Email Address, we literally detest spam email. After all, my inbox was not created for some jerkoff whose primary purpose in this life is to take information and post it around the globe to people who do not wish to see it, and as a matter of fact, will go to any lengths to stop it. Spam email is invasive, an invasion of our privacy, and something that we all should take seriously if we are entering the hallowed halls of the world wide web on any level. Spam email is invasive to us and our phones and computers, and trillions are spent in the pursuit of putting out needless garbage to us that we do not want.
When you buy a new cell phone, this comes with spam included! When you purchase domain names, and do not private register them, guess what? You will literally be inundated with more spam than you can handle by so called, webmasters, seeking to sell you something that you do not need or want. Register on a site, any site found on the web, and once again, you will receive spam email by the ton, without you lifting a single finger. This is totally ridiculous!

Spam Email is Inevitable!

Its a fact that spam email is going to happen, BUT, there is a work around to this problem. Simply click the banner above, and be taken to one of the best ways to remedy your spam email issues. Its FREE and works extremely well to begin sorthing and cleaning out your inbox. Anonymous Email Address suggests this highly to anyone on the web today!

True Story About Spam Email

Some time ago, I decided to purchase, and host a few domains at a domain and hosting company of which I was made aware of by being in another program at the time. Supposedly, this was a reputable and reliable hosting service and I purchased domains and hosting like I have been doing for years and years. This particular time was different. Immediately after purchasing the domain name, I began receiving spam emails by the hundreds at first, then turning into the thousands! My private email had been added to a list of people and organizations who apparently provided SEO services. These idiots were all over that email address like you cannot believe! In short, I recieved tens of thousands of emails wanting me to buy stuff that I did not want, had not signed up foir and certainly did not need! At this point in time, my thinking turned towards this issue of Internet privacy and email spam. I decided to become an anti-spam advocate which I am very much so today.

Spam is Not Needed and Should Not Be Tolerated!

Anonymous Email Address is on a mission. That mission is to write about, talk about, create more information, data and images concerning how to eliminate spam than all other information written about the topic today. Oh yes, it will be a long arduous journey, but its quite ok. I have been on long journies on the world wide web for years and years. This is nothing new!

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