Simply reject -- it's exactly what the MOD does. If you get spammers in the memberlist, something is wrong. Try to change the default questions to custome ones.Could this MOD simply reject those spam registration and don't leave anything in the memberlist?
Yes, you are not alone. And yes, I'm working on creating an easy-to-install version....i hope you take my comments to heart.
i realize i'm like a ridiculous newbie, but i'm not rare in that respect.
Yes. Textual Confirmation MOD asks one question, randomly selecting it from the set of them.is this the expected behavior?
Most likely, the problem is described here: http://bbantispam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=181are accepted wether you answer the question or not!
It means the code was changed incorrectly. Please restore the the original file "usercp_register.php", and repeat the changes very attentive.Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF, expecting ')' in /home/username/public_html/forum/includes/usercp_register.php on line 1154
Very easy: earlier or later, any connected computer becomes a member of a botnet. Even if the owner believes he is a cool antihacker.Dog Cow wrote:My final point and question is: how likely is it for one of your legitimate users to share an IP address with a spammer?