Author: A.Degives Mas (20 Apr 10 5:22am)
Not sure why you think that's a problem, but when you register your script you can choose between a preselected name or one that you pick yourself, here:
Perhaps what you're thinking is that by picking a name that gets a lot of traffic you'll get more exposure of your script to the baddies, but I suspect that's only marginally true in your case, as proxy sniffers usually don't care much about the content of a page (script generated or not) but rather look for a specific server response.
So, putting a page there generated by your honeypot will get a bunch of hits, but unless those sniffers after finding your page there go and "tip off" some unsavory email address scraping buddies, I don't think you'll necessarily boost your chances of making a good catch.
The trick is to embed links to your script surreptitiously throughout your site, and then let "regular" page scrapers trip straight into your honeypot. Like hard-core old-school fishing, it's a game of patience. Lots of it.