Referrer Spamming

Spam is widespread and has been the subject of legislation in numerous jurisdictions; nevertheless it is possible that some newcomers, maybe you, have not yet been confronted against this plague. Simply, spamming is the act of sending unsolicited bulk and/or commercial messages, principally – but not exclusively – by email, to a massive list of users around the globe. Subject can be various, but the goal remains the same: make you buy a product or do something – download a file, visit a website, etc.
Spammers gather them from blogs, websites, newsgroups and other public places; they can do this manually or with the help of a but crawling the Internet. Brute force attacks, which try all kinds of combinations of letters to form an email address, is also a possibility. Several spammers prefer to buy email addresses from a congener or a webmaster looking for quick money.
Spammers are people too. They have monetary needs like everyone else from a purse snatcher to a kidnapper. They act in a way that has become an annoyance to millions of people. It is estimated that 80% of the email traffic that is received around the world is spam. That is a lot. It cripples the internet, and wastes millions of business dollars, and lots of time.
This spam program exists only on the Invisible Web; underground websites that cannot be accessed unless the url address is directly typed, and have no trace of their existence with the visible world. In fact, even if I told you the name of the software, you would not be able to find it online, no search results would appear and the company that developed it doesn’t even have a web address. A quick note, there is a difference between Google/Yahoo knowing you exist and not indexing you, and them not knowing you exist completely. That is where this invisible web lies, in the unknown, uncharted waters.