As I spotted a few glitches in my code, I started to iron them out. While doing so I had one of my brighter moments which did lead to implementing new features to make the blog even more unattractive to spambots. Hope you like this release. Update:WP-BlackCheck 1.10 contains some blank lines after the closing ?> tag for […]
This time, Version 1.9 of the WP-BlackCheck Plugin got released. This versions highlight is the implementation of an admin panel which enables you to toggle the display of statistics and the stack size of reported IPs to solve a problem with lazy reporters and script runtimes. This version will now submit its version while reporting IPs which is […]
Reviewing my last version I spotted a few lines of code which could be considered as dead and a little bug which hammers the SQL server with a stupid query. As booth things – dead code and bugs – shouldn’t be in a good plugin. I did throw them out and rolled this release for you. To be […]
After a few month now it’s time to release the next version of my WP-BlackCheck Plugin. The changes made are not big as most of the work is done at the server side of mine. The first thing you might notice is an additional line at the dashboard below Akismet telling you how many spam posts it has […]
Since I am running my blacklist to prevent spam on WordPress Blogs, many days have passed and I was curious again of what happened behind the scenes and I did some statistics.
As WordPress changed a few details in their API, I updated the WP-BlackCheck Plugin to reflect those. The current Version is now 1.5 which is available on wordpress.org