Some SPAMs were posted into this site.
"how can I get a newer version?" or "this is useful!"
It looks not a SPAM just a grance.
Judging by access.log, such posts must be made by not machine but human.
Then, I'm trying a filter disabling posts from someone registering this site within 60 minutes.
If you are annoyed such a SPAM, try the latest Protector (3.36a).
She/he can post without such URLs within 60 minutes.
And their purpose can be achived without URLs.
* human SPAMMERS
She/he cannot wait 60 minutes.
And their purpose can not be achived without URLs.
i applaud your continued developments into this, & good luck in trying to reduce this further. though I feel you're fighting a losing battle in relation to human spammers as opposed to bots.
i don't think there's much anybody can do to prevent a human spammer except plenty of vigilance. i don't think disabling posts for 60 minutes will solve it unfortunately, though it's a sure inconvenience to them, it is also an inconvenience to those legitimate users who registered.
i guess thats 1 of the hardest things to weigh up in our fight against spam, spam protection vs user inconvenience, where do you draw the line? tough decisions.