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BF-Spammer Stopper for vB38X- reCaptha+Question & Answer Verification
by zbahadir
09 Jan 2011 13:47

6 Attachment(s)
3.8.x Compatible
3.8.6 tested :up:
  • The expansion of membership registration
  • Built-in question / answer vBulletin module is used
  • reCaptha answer the question is being used at the same time
  • To keep out bots and malicious users

I'm sorry for the bad english.

Settings;
Admincp->Human Verification = reCAPTCHA™ !!!
BF-Spammer Stoper->Settings->Plugin Enable=On

stickskills 09 Jan 2011 17:25

Installed it, but it didn't actually put the fields into the registration area. It just tells users that they didn't answer the question correctly.

zbahadir 09 Jan 2011 17:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by stickskills (Post 2146477)
Installed it, but it didn't actually put the fields into the registration area. It just tells users that they didn't answer the question correctly.


Added theDid he answer and question?
Your site adres?

stickskills 09 Jan 2011 19:41

There was actually no area for them to answer the questions, that's the problem. It's like it wouldn't put in the fields in the registration area.

zbahadir 09 Jan 2011 19:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by stickskills (Post 2146536)
There was actually no area for them to answer the questions, that's the problem. It's like it wouldn't put in the fields in the registration area.

changed admin folder?

Hornstar 09 Jan 2011 22:33

It works perfect. Thanks.

One downside I found was that when a user gets the Q&A wrong, it will tell them to go back and it will restart the whole registration process from scratch. If you could fix that so it would AJAX on the page or something I think that would be great.

zbahadir 09 Jan 2011 22:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hornstar (Post 2146630)
It works perfect. Thanks.

One downside I found was that when a user gets the Q&A wrong, it will tell them to go back and it will restart the whole registration process from scratch. If you could fix that so it would AJAX on the page or something I think that would be great.

More secure in this case.
But may be :up:

ru55ian 09 Jan 2011 23:41

Installed, however I find that message will post if RECAPTCHA is correct, even if your question is not. Anyone seeing same issue?

zbahadir 10 Jan 2011 00:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by ru55ian (Post 2146672)
Installed, however I find that message will post if RECAPTCHA is correct, even if your question is not. Anyone seeing same issue?

My English is very bad :(
I understand a bit.

ru55ian 10 Jan 2011 00:37

both recaptcha and question/answer shows up, but if I answer recaptcha correctly it will post message even if question/answer is not correct.

creative-friend 19 Jan 2011 18:51

Dont Know Why Isnt It Working....

I on registration page but i cant see question here.

FIM 26 Jan 2011 03:56

nice

Boss1 01 Feb 2011 18:02

awesome;) thanks

titodj 13 Feb 2011 07:51

Cool.... thank you.!!!

Max Taxable 13 Feb 2011 15:36

I won't use this mod... Because I found a far simpler way to guarantee bots cannot register on my forum. It's a vB 3.8.6 and here is what I did:

I use the question and answer option. The question and answer are the same, and the question instructs the human to copy and paste the question into the answer box.

Bots cannot read and follow directions, and cannot copy and paste. End of problem.


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