WordPress Zero Spam

Description

Why force users to prove that they’re humans by filling out captchas? Let bots prove they’re not bots with the WordPress Zero Spam plugin.

WordPress Zero Spam blocks spam submissions including comments, registrations and more automatically without any config or setup. Just install, activate, and enjoy a spam-free site.

WordPress Zero Spam was initially built based on the work by David Walsh.

Plugin Features

  • No captcha, spam isn’t a users’ problem
  • No moderation queues, spam isn’t a administrators’ problem
  • Blocks 99.9% of spam submissions
  • Blocks spammy IPs from ever seeing your site
  • Developer-friendly allowing you to integate with any theme or plugin
  • Detailed logging to catch & block recurring spammers
  • Advanced settings for complete control over spammers

Installation

  1. Upload the entire wordpress-zero-spam folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins screen (Plugins > Installed Plugins).
  3. Visit the plugin setting to configure as needed (Settings > WP Zero Spam).

For more information, see the plugin’s website.

This plugin does not support with Jetpack Comments. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/support/topic/incompatible-with-jetpack-comments.

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FAQ

Is JavaScript required for this plugin to work?

Yes, that’s what does the magic and keeps spam bots out.

What action hooks are available?

  • wpzerospam_comment_spam – Fires when a spam comment is detected.
  • wpzerospam_registration_spam – Fires when a spam registration is detected.

Reviews

30 جنوري 2020
I have been using this plugin for contact form 7 on a few sites for several months and it works great.
9 آڪٽوبر 2019
I installed this on a client site, and I was pleased that it actually stopped the thousands of incoming spam messages. That's great. BUT then I got word from the client that people weren't able to post comments at all. Disabling the plugin allowed comments to get posted again. It doesn't do a lot of good to block spam if you're also blocking legitimate content. We are still looking for a solution that blocks spam and allows legitimate content to go through.
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Contributors & Developers

“WordPress Zero Spam” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

v4.0.0

  • A complete rewrite of the original plugin