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List of Temporary Emails that You can Ban

fattony69

Well-known member
#1
I recently had a small issue where I had to deal with a human troll. Now, he decided to take the route of temporary emails to harass my forum. I thought I'd help everyone out to just ban them all.

Update: I've added the list that Shawn (username: DigitalPoint) provided in this post.

*7tags.com
*@*.mailexpire.com
*@0clickemail.com
*@99experts.com
*@ak.mintemail.com
*@anonymbox.com
*@beefmilk.com
*@bloatbox.com
*@bofthew.com
*@broadbandninja.com
*@bspamfree.org
*@cellurl.com
*@consumerriot.com
*@cool.fr.nf
*@courriel.fr.nf
*@dayrep.com
*@dealja.com
*@discardmail.com
*@dispostable.com
*@dontsendmespam.de
*@eyepaste.com
*@fakeinbox.com
*@filzmail.com
*@getairmail.com
*@getonemail.com
*@guerillamail.org
*@guerrillamail.biz
*@guerrillamail.com
*@guerrillamail.de
*@guerrillamail.net
*@guerrillamail.org
*@guerrillamailblock.com
*@jetable.fr.nf
*@jetable.org
*@klzlk.com
*@kurzepost.de
*@lookugly.com
*@mailcatch.com
*@maileater.com
*@mailexpire.com
*@mailinator.com
*@mailinator.net
*@mailinator2.com
*@mailmetrash.com
*@makemetheking.com
*@mega.zik.dj
*@meltmail.com
*@moburl.com
*@moncourrier.fr.nf
*@monemail.fr.nf
*@monmail.fr.nf
*@mytempemail.com
*@nepwk.com
*@noclickemail.com
*@nomail.xl.cx
*@nospam.ze.tc
*@nospam4.us
*@nospamfor.us
*@nowmymail.com
*@objectmail.com
*@proxymail.eu
*@quickinbox.com
*@rcpt.at
*@rtrtr.com
*@scatmail.com
*@sharklasers.com
*@smellfear.com
*@sogetthis.com
*@spam.la
*@spambog.com
*@spambog.ru
*@spamherelots.com
*@spaml.de
*@spamspot.com
*@speed.1s.fr
*@tagyourself.com
*@teleworm.us
*@tempemail.co.za
*@TempEMail.net
*@tempinbox.com
*@temporaryemail.net
*@thisisnotmyrealemail.com
*@tormail.net
*@tormail.org
*@tradermail.info
*@trash-mail.at
*@trash-mail.com
*@trash2009.com
*@trashmail.at
*@trashmail.me
*@trashmail.net
*@trayna.com
*@tyldd.com
*@uggsrock.com
*@vidchart.com
*@wegwerfmail.de
*@wegwerfmail.net
*@wegwerfmail.org
*@yopmail.com
*@yopmail.fr
*@ypmail.webarnak.fr.eu.org

I use this on my forum, The Best Forum Ever and you should too!
 

digitalpoint

Well-known member
#2
These are the ones I block (sorry for not filtering out ones you already posted):

Code:
@tyldd.com
@guerrillamailblock.com
@temporaryemail.net
@mailinator.com
@mailinator2.com
@sogetthis.com
@mailinator.net
@spamherelots.com
@thisisnotmyrealemail.com
@maileater.com
@trash2009.com
@jetable.org
@mailexpire.com
@guerillamail.org
@quickinbox.com
@spam.la
@yopmail.com
@bloatbox.com
@uggsrock.com
@lookugly.com
@beefmilk.com
@smellfear.com
@tempinbox.com
@mailcatch.com
@tempemail.co.za
@tradermail.info
@anonymbox.com
@getonemail.com
@dispostable.com
@nospamfor.us
@nospam4.us
@noclickemail.com
@0clickemail.com
@spamspot.com
@eyepaste.com
@bofthew.com
@nowmymail.com
@fakeinbox.com
@bspamfree.org
@makemetheking.com
@klzlk.com
@trashmail.net
@sharklasers.com
@nepwk.com
@rtrtr.com
@tormail.org
@trash-mail.com
@dontsendmespam.de
@spaml.de
.mailexpire.com
 

fattony69

Well-known member
#3
These are the ones I block (sorry for not filtering out ones you already posted):

Code:
@tyldd.com
@guerrillamailblock.com
@temporaryemail.net
@mailinator.com
@mailinator2.com
@sogetthis.com
@mailinator.net
@spamherelots.com
@thisisnotmyrealemail.com
@maileater.com
@trash2009.com
@jetable.org
@mailexpire.com
@guerillamail.org
@quickinbox.com
@spam.la
@yopmail.com
@bloatbox.com
@uggsrock.com
@lookugly.com
@beefmilk.com
@smellfear.com
@tempinbox.com
@mailcatch.com
@tempemail.co.za
@tradermail.info
@anonymbox.com
@getonemail.com
@dispostable.com
@nospamfor.us
@nospam4.us
@noclickemail.com
@0clickemail.com
@spamspot.com
@eyepaste.com
@bofthew.com
@nowmymail.com
@fakeinbox.com
@bspamfree.org
@makemetheking.com
@klzlk.com
@trashmail.net
@sharklasers.com
@nepwk.com
@rtrtr.com
@tormail.org
@trash-mail.com
@dontsendmespam.de
@spaml.de
.mailexpire.com
Thanks for the list. I'll add them on my forum and merge them on the OP.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#4
*@rocketmail.*
*@rocketmail.*.*
*@yahoo.*
*@yahoo.*.*
*@ymail.*
*@ymail.*.*

Seriously... Block these out and even with no spam filters, no recaptcha, and even no e-mail verification turned on and you will have blocked 1/2 or more of the spammers.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#7
Don't a lot of valid users have yahoo email?

Seems that a bunch of my users do....
Everyone and I do mean everyone .... Who joined my site using a Yahoo e-mail address was either a spammer or someone I quickly had to ban.

I've never had a "valid" yahoo member in 2 years.
 

craigiri

Well-known member
#11
Everyone and I do mean everyone .... Who joined my site using a Yahoo e-mail address was either a spammer or someone I quickly had to ban.

I've never had a "valid" yahoo member in 2 years.
I have thousands of them, many with valid (related) avatars and long lists of known posts......

We manually approve each member, so I may have less problems because of my "fuzzy" logic.

Of course, vast numbers of gmail addresses are also spam....so I don't see the point in blocking the biggies.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#12
I have thousands of them, many with valid (related) avatars and long lists of known posts......

We manually approve each member, so I may have less problems because of my "fuzzy" logic.

Of course, vast numbers of gmail addresses are also spam....so I don't see the point in blocking the biggies.
I don't have the time to manually approve everyone and I find that sites that require manual approval discourages people from coming back. I've joined such sites and by the time I even receive the notice that someone on staff finally approved my account... Odds are high that I've lost interest or have forgotten why I wanted to join (or what I wanted to comment on).

E-mail verification is good enough for me. :)

I've hardly ever had any issues with gmail users. Mostly I assume it has to do with it not being so quick and easy to set up a gmail account (unless that's changed).

Yahoo accounts are so easy to make... There is actually a web script that hackers and spammers use to automatically generate Yahoo accounts by the hundreds in minutes.
 

steven s

Well-known member
#13
I needed to do a little math for my vB site.

Out of 13,149 members, 2,657 have a yahoo address.
Of that 14 have been banned that made it through spam addons.

Which leaves 20% of my members using yahoo addresses.
That's a number I would not discount.
 

craigiri

Well-known member
#14
Every forum has different priorities. I spend less than 10 minutes total per day approving from 10 to 25 members by hand.

10 minutes is less time than adding to one thread on Xenforo.com...

I may be able to go to automatic once I get enough filters in place - but prevention is usually better than cure. Heck, look at this site. I can't afford to have something like the recent spam bombs happen on my site...that is, if I have any way to avoid it.
 

Alien

Well-known member
#16
I've hardly ever had any issues with gmail users. Mostly I assume it has to do with it not being so quick and easy to set up a gmail account (unless that's changed).

Yahoo accounts are so easy to make... There is actually a web script that hackers and spammers use to automatically generate Yahoo accounts by the hundreds in minutes.
You must be kidding me. :)

I'd say I get 30 to 1 on spam, with gmail in the lead for the last 4+ months at least.

The scripts can use gmail just fine, it's been done countless times by the spam crews and I've seen it in action.

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digitalpoint

Well-known member
#17
We see a ton of spammers using Gmail addresses as well. They seem to like it because you can generate an infinite number of unique addresses with a single Gmail address since it allows you to do some trickery with "." and "+" characters. For example, you can send email to "some.thing@gmail.com" or "s.o.m.e.t.h.i.n.g@gmail.com" and they would go to the same address (which underneath it all is "something@gmail.com".
 

digitalpoint

Well-known member
#19
Be nice to have a way to deny gmail addys that have more than 2 .
Ideally, probably would just want to strip out the "." and "+" internally and use that for a comparison for uniqueness. Just blocking addresses with more than 2 "."'s probably would be less than ideal because you may get people who have their legit email as something like digitalpoint.shawn.hogan@gmail.com or something.
 

melbo

Well-known member
#20
Good point but how many legit email addresses would have more than 3 "."? I see some of the xrumer spammers trying to register with 10 and 20 "."s in an email.