@trafficRobot is a Telegram bot. It's an API to your Telegram, disposable emails, browser extension.

Here's how browser extension works:

1) Extension automatically puts random emails in signup forms on all websites

2) Emails will go straight to your messenger

3) Revoke access from those who start to spam you. Don't expose you real email address to spammers again.

Get it:


Questions & Answers

Why do I need @trafficRobot?

Create unique email addresses for everything you use online, so that you can cut off spammers when they start abuse it. All emails received go directly to your Telegram messenger.

Can I reply?

Not at the moment. But you can see sender's email address, click it and create email with your regular mail app.
Also, you cannot reply to texts which come from webforms or via API due to their nature.

What about API?

You can use API to text yourself. Handy tool to build some kind of monitoring straight to your messenger app. Its only a single simple POST request.

What's up with the name?

"Traffic robot" means traffic lights in South Africa. And as all bot names have to end with "-bot", it's just a cool name that wasn't yet taken.

And why do I need links..?

A link is a comfy way to let people on the interwebz send you text keeping you anonymous and spam-free. As soon as someone starts to abuse it - delete it.

How much does it cost?

Zero, with no limitations or ads.

Are there any limits?

So far none. Number of connectors created or messages transmitted is unlimited.

What about security and stuff..?

@trafficRobot does not even write logs, and nothing that passes through is saved. As for Telegram, it's well known for security and end-to-end encryption.


Send texts programmatically via

curl -X POST -d "Wheres the money Lebowski?" https://trafficrobot.tk/wc3c33

You can use it for monitoring, for example. Works in groups as well.

Tell me what you think

Post your feedback via form https://trafficrobot.tk/wc3c33 or follow twitter

Open source

Licensed WTFPL. https://github.com/Overtorment/trafficrobot/


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