Now that’s a strong title here guys, but let’s have a look for its reasons and start out with some simple math and the way things used to be before most people run into the golden cage of Facebook. We all agree, Facebook itself is mostly a website from the end users point of view. A huge website, […]
WP-BlackCheck 2.7.1 is out – it’s mostly a bump to satisfy the next WordPress version. The Changes so far: Stop messing around with Akismet stats – Who used that anyways? Opening all of the options at the settings panels – It was plain annoying to set things up the old way
My Blacklist is doing fine since about quite some time and I was expiring ancient spam adresses. So after having a clean list again, it’s time to have a look at the stats – in other words, where does the spam come from. The Top 10 comment spam countries: Country Adresses listed United States 12717 China 8857 Brazil […]
The new WP-BlackCheck Version is ready. That’s the changes so far: Implement redirection of spammers (i.e. send them to the fbi website) Implement comment hash checking for repeated spam Increase HTTP Timeout for Web-Requests to avoid some server problems Comment hashes might take a while to start living as the database needs to be populated.
It’s a fact that I don’t have much spam here since WP-BlackCheck pretty much kills it all, but as I am just one user among many out there, I’d like to know if I miss some kind of spam on your end or which bugs you found to be able to fix them. Any wishes for the next […]
This version fixes a bug with known comment authors which I overlooked last release.