Anti-SPAM measures

update Last updated: December 16, 2023 at 11:09 PM

Due to the inadequacy of security measures on this site, a huge amount of SAPM posts were sent daily from spam robots to blogs and contact forms, so we were attacked, so we took measures today.

The majority of SPAM posts are caught by the WordPress plugin "Akismet", but there are some SPAM posts that slip through that guard.
It can be difficult to determine whether you are posting spam robots or human posts, and you can't rely solely on Akismet's guard.

Therefore, in this renovation, in the content such as comment form, login form, contact form, gallery, news, guest book, etc., the latest API developed by Google to determine whether it is a human or a robot `` No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA '' and `` reCAPTCHA ".

The corresponding WordPress plugins are as follows.
(* marks are used by Contact Form 7)

Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) by BestWebSoft
Google No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA by WisdmLabs *
Really Simple CAPTCHA *
Contact Form 7

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  1. By the way, today, DMSGuestbook 'reCAPTCHA' confirmed that there was one breakthrough from the SPAM robot and was captured from Akismet.
    We have not yet confirmed that we have reached out to the latest API "No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA".

    In the future, we plan to incorporate the process of eliminating malicious SPAM robots at the server level.

    As a pre-stage for this, you may have one honeypot trap in this site.

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