The last version had a small bug which I did overlook. However – it’s corrected now.
It’s been quite a while since I started to work with some statistics about what my plugin does, observing the kind of spam being blocked and it’s been quite cool to see:
After having to suffer a nice spam attack against this blog serving about 3000 comments per hour, my Blacklist started to grow and I did wreck my braincells about some ideas on how to make my plugin a little more effective. But what’s effective at all? To be able to answer this question, I started to implement statistics […]
The new version of my Plugin just got committed and that’s the changelog: Update notification optional – you can switch nagging off Known Problems got renamed to FAQ E-Mail Notification for new Spam – a rather hackish solution for now, but works Style adaption
At the moment, the current version of the Plugin kills quite some spam here – in fact, I am Spam-Free since months now. But there are things like IPv6 floating around, which need to be taken care of. In terms of programming, IPv6 will be a second blacklist – technically duplicating the current work. But as we evolved […]
After talking to Chris I did wreck my braincells again, to find some ideas to improve WP-BlackCheck to make spammers life harder. The Result is the new version 2.3.0 which contains the following changes: Type rate calculation for speed limits Honor whitelist settings for comments (WordPress Core) Encrypted timestamps Honoring the whitelist of the WordPress Core is about […]