Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:and tomorrow, those same spammers will change the IP address and be right back at it.
stop them from registering in the first place and then you will never know they even attempted to do so.
What is the best way?
I am using the "question" method now and that usually works until the bots figure out the answer (probably a person setting it up for them). Then the "attack" is on. dozens of registrations at a time.
They even respond to the email sent to them to "activate" their accounts. Not sure how they did that, but they did. Most of the email address' are on gmail, outlook, or Yahoo, but a few on .ru email accounts.