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#!/usr/bin/perl use POSIX; print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; print "<html><head><title>A list of all my best friends email addresse +s!</title></head>\n"; #Include whatever other page fluff you want here. open (DICT, "/usr/dict/words") or die "Canna open zee dictionary file! +\n"; open (DOM, "/home/httpd/cgi-lib/dominia") or die "Canna open zee domai +n file!\n"; #dominia is just a list of (evil)domains, one per line. while (<DOM>) { chomp; push @domlist, $_; $domcount++; } for(0..255) { do { $randloc=floor(rand(409070)); #This is the size of my dictionary. Adjust as needed. seek DICT, $randloc,0; $discard = <DICT>; $in = <DICT>; chomp $in; } while ((length $in)>5); push @first, $in; do { $randloc=floor(rand(409070)); seek DICT, $randloc,0; $discard = <DICT>; $in = <DICT>; chomp $in; } while ((length $in)>7); push @last, $in; } print "<table><tr>"; for (0..255) { $domseek = floor(rand($domcount)); print "<td>"; print "<a href=mailto:$first[$_]$last[$_]\@$domlist[$domseek]>$first +[$_]$last[$_]\@$domlist[$domseek]</a>"; print "</td>"; if ($_ % 3 == 2) {print "</tr>\n<tr>";} } print"</table>"; print"</body></html>"; close DICT; close DOM;

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