Sugarplum is an automated spam-poisoner. Its purpose is to feed large quantities of realistic and enticing but otherwise utterly useless data to wandering spam-bots such as EmailSiphon, Cherry Picker, etc. The intention is to so contaminate spammers' databases as to require culling out large portions, including any real data, and/or to require that spambots be instructed to avoid your site. It includes Apache mod_rewrite rules for known spambots.
Release Notes: Revisions were made to deterministic mode to accommodate virtualhosting, and to reduce output predictability when mapped in a predictable location.
Release Notes: This release corrects a bug wherein comments were not being excluded from the known-spammer address list.
Release Notes: This is a major revision of Sugarplum, reflecting changes in spammer address harvesting tactics and other changes made over the last two years. Configuration is now external. GDBM-compiled dictionaries are no longer required. The default configuration has been made more conservative. This release features modestly-improved performance and half the code size of the last revision.
Release Notes: This release adds teergrube-bait address generation and a repeatable-output "deterministic" mode, plus some other suggested bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds user-contributed features, a further-randomized HTML structure, more realistic usernames in poison addresses, and generation of repeatable Last-Modified headers for better simulation of actual static content.