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More Spammers?

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Holger, the most recent two members look like spammers, could you look into this? They must've registered manually, because of the picture confirmation. :?:
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Thanks for paying attention here! Yes, these two were (apparently manual registered) spam users -- they have been deleted now!
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That sexo one is back again. Must be a persistent idiot :twisted: . Is it possible to block certain email addresses from registering?
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Yes, it is possible, but they may not use the same e-mail address each time. That wouldn't be smart of them.
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Deleted again. Let's see when he's back! Then I will delete him again. And so on. (Not that I would have anything better to do...) ;-)
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He's back again! :lol:
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(Deleted.) It would be interesting to know it this spammer uses a technique to circumvent the visual confirmation system, or if this is just a poor, manual spammer...
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Maybe there's someway to hack into the code of the visual confirmation to determine the correct answer...just a wild guess. :?
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Holger wrote:(Deleted.) It would be interesting to know it this spammer uses a technique to circumvent the visual confirmation system, or if this is just a poor, manual spammer...
RTADash wrote:Maybe there's someway to hack into the code of the visual confirmation to determine the correct answer...just a wild guess. :?
Well, that's the idea about a visual confirmation: To determine if the client is a bot or a real person
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Post by Alan »

And back again! Changed his name from S.P.C. to 1e2o-X381498 but has S.P.C. as an occupation.......priceless! ;-)
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