They've found you so I don't think giving us your address is going to make much difference. You need to stop them and if we could see the issue we may be able to help.
I am now trying your suggestion in 2 and see how that goes thanks...warmweer wrote: ↑Sat Jan 21, 2017 2:47 pmI used to have spammers and managed to stop those temporaily using .htaccess but that implies regular updating of the country specific IP-ranges (which is a hassle).
Two other solutions work for me, the first of which will not be very popular.
1. admin activation after receiving a mail from the registrant stating the reasons for wanting te become a member.
2. Q@A where the A is part of an image to be found in a visible part of the forum, plus a couple of letters have to be left out or capitalised/uncapitalised.
Never had spammers since (sockpuppets yes but that's another story).
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