Not true, a good non-searchable Q&A has, as yet, not been compromised, there's no reason to use anything more complicated.stoneforums wrote:any other means will be prone to spammers attack
Are you sure you don't mean StopForumSpam.com?stoneforums wrote:@Mixstar, might be that what you say is true and he Q&A was too simple to crack, but i am satisfied with http://www.stopspammers.com
You cannot post if you are not registered. And you cannot register if you don't have the link to the registration page. Am I wrong?Oyabun1 wrote:You're assuming that spambots only find the registration page because it has a particular name, are you sure that is the case for every spambot or even any of them?cubicdesign wrote:What if I rename the registration PHP page to a random name so random visitors (spammers) will not find it anymore?
Spambots don't use links, then use code, egAnd you cannot register if you don't have the link to the registration page.
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I don't really get it. You say "Spambots don't use links, they use code" and then as example you give a link.RMcGirr83 wrote:Spambots don't use links, then use code, egAnd you cannot register if you don't have the link to the registration page.
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What I want to achieve is 'easy registration' for legit visitors (of course, while keeping the bots away). So, I want to get rig of complicated things such as email confirmation and CAPTCHA.Mixstar wrote:You see I really don't get all this, ask yourself the question: "do I have a spambot problem"? yes/no
If it's yes then try a properly set up Q&A and that will be the end of it. If any of you have evidence that Q&A has been breached please report it here I'm sure a lot of people would be interested.