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All NT-based versions of Windows since 2000 have a feature called Encrypting File System (EFS), although "Home" and similarly low-end editions can't use it. You can look up more information about this feature from Microsoft as well, but here are some relevant ones: Encryption and decryption is transparent; keys are managed by the OS and used automatically ...


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This cannot be done for a mailto link, however there are services like MailThis, Formspree, that allows you to build a form that posts to their server, and they'll convert that to send an email. MailThis also allows you to create an alias name so that you don't expose your real email address on the HTML page itself.


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Alternative answer. Yes there is, try and view the source of https://samy.pl/ its almost impossible to find, you have to be pretty dedicated to find it yet the website works fine. But more seriously the code is still visible, Its just out of reach of most users, even those who have some idea of where to look. HTML/JS is all executed client side, so it's ...


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TL;DR: No, you can't hide the HTML source code. You can only obfuscate the email address to defer spammers as long as you don't use server side code. Besides using HTML entities (m) or Javascript, you can also use XSLT for obfuscation, if you use XHTML instead of HTML. XSLT is a XML-based programming language supported by all major browsers that ...


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As others have said, you can't hide HTML. However it sounds like you don't particularly want to hide HTML, you just want the recipient of the form to not be visible in your code which is simple enough depending on your framework. For example, if you're using PHP, PHP Mailer is a pretty simple way to send an email, and since PHP is handled server side, when ...


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