An anonymous reader writes: Project Honey Pot has been tracking email harvesters and spammers for more than two years. This week they're announcing a major new set of features. Yesterday, they announced the QuickLinks program: which allows virtually anyone to help trap malicious web robots. Today they just announced they've begun using their vast network of traps to catch comment spammers. While the system has only been online for about a week, they've already racked up some impressive stats never published before including the top countries where comment spammers are located, as well as the top URLs, domains, and keywords being promoted by comment spammers.