2011/4/12 Florian Effenberger <email@example.com>:
drew wrote on 2011-04-12 15.22:
Sorry, validated and now both functions ARE available.
thanks - this means that the bots are able to bypass the login captcha.
Let's see if it is better with ReCaptcha. If now, we have to investigate
Maybe someone can let me know tomorrow if the amount of spam was at least
reduced now that (since about 2 hours or so) ReCaptcha is installed?
Depending on working times, K_J and me are usually looking in it in the morning.
In the last weeks we found five to seven new users almost every day,
which registered that night (european time) and commited one spam page
each not long after registering.
So we will see tomorrow.
For now I have to add that there are some suspicious user
registrations left, but that doesn't count if we won't get new
Sophie blocked all the spammers. Why do not delete their accounts?
++ Volker Merschmann - ODF-Software Contributor
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