Project Honey Pot uses software embedded in web sites to collect information about IP addresses. It is a distributed system for identifying spammers and the spambots who use e-mail addresses for spam or other similar purposes such as bulk mailing and e-mail fraud. To participate in Project Honey Pot, webmasters need to install the Project Honey Pot software on their website.
Project Honey Pot was created by Unspam Technologies, an anti-spam company that helps its users design and enforce effective anti-spam laws.
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