switcheml – Obfuscate email addresses (now obsolete)
The package (roughly) parses an email address, and writes it out as a series of boxes in a jumbled order, but with positioning commands to make the result print correctly. This performance will confuse address-harvesters that look inside your PostScript or PDF files on the web.
This package is considered obsolete; its facilities are now provided by the randtext package.
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