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Adds Secure Image CAPTCHA on the forms for comments, login, registration, lost password, BuddyPress, bbPress, wpForo, and WooCommerce checkout. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Adds Secure Image CAPTCHA on the forms for comments, login, registration, lost password, BuddyPress, bbPress, wpForo, and WooCommerce checkout.
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Short description.

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SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam
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This failure could have been caused by another plugin conflict with this one. If you use CAPTCHA on the login form and ever get locked out due to CAPTCHA is broken, here is how to get back in: FTP to your WordPress directory <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> Delete this folder: si-captcha-for-wordpress This manually removes the plugin so you should be able to login again. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This failure could have been caused by another plugin conflict with this one. If you use CAPTCHA on the login form and ever get locked out due to CAPTCHA is broken, here is how to get back in: FTP to your WordPress directory <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> Delete this folder: si-captcha-for-wordpress This manually removes the plugin so you should be able to login again.
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Make sure that the theme comments.php file contains at least one or more of the standard hooks: do_action ( 'comment_form_logged_in_after' ); do_action ( 'comment_form_after_fields' ); do_action ( 'comment_form' ); If you didn't find one of these hooks, then put this string in the comment form: ID ); ?&gt; You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Make sure that the theme comments.php file contains at least one or more of the standard hooks: do_action ( 'comment_form_logged_in_after' ); do_action ( 'comment_form_after_fields' ); do_action ( 'comment_form' ); If you didn't find one of these hooks, then put this string in the comment form: ID ); ?&gt;
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Installation Instructions You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Installation Instructions
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If you have JetPack comments module enabled then captcha/recaptca/anti-spam plugins will not work on your comments form because the comments are then loaded in an iFrame from WordPress.com The solution is to disable the comments module in JetPack, then the CAPTCHA plugin will work correctly on your comments form. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you have JetPack comments module enabled then captcha/recaptca/anti-spam plugins will not work on your comments form because the comments are then loaded in an iFrame from WordPress.com The solution is to disable the comments module in JetPack, then the CAPTCHA plugin will work correctly on your comments form.
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The CAPTCHA and input field does not display on JetPack comments form You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The CAPTCHA and input field does not display on JetPack comments form
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bbPress New Topic, Reply to Topic Forms. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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bbPress New Topic, Reply to Topic Forms.
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Russian (ru_RU) - Urvanov You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Russian (ru_RU) - Urvanov
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French (fr_FR) - BONALDI You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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French (fr_FR) - BONALDI
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Jetpack Contact Form. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Jetpack Contact Form.
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Login form - WordPress, BuddyPress, bbPress, wpForo Forum, WooCommerce, WP Multisite You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Login form - WordPress, BuddyPress, bbPress, wpForo Forum, WooCommerce, WP Multisite
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Filter Spam with Akismet - The <a href="https://docs.akismet.com/getting-started/activate/">Akismet plugin</a> filters spam comments. Akismet should able to block most of or all spam that comes in. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Filter Spam with Akismet - The <a href="https://docs.akismet.com/getting-started/activate/">Akismet plugin</a> filters spam comments. Akismet should able to block most of or all spam that comes in.
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It is easy and cheap for someone to hire a person to enter this spam. Usually it can be done for about $0.75 for 1,000 or so form submissions. The spammer gives their employee a list of sites and what to paste in and they go at it. Not all of your spam (and other trash) will be computer generated - using CAPTCHA proxy or farm the bad guys can have real people spamming you. A CAPTCHA farm has many cheap laborers (India, far east, etc) solving them. CAPTCHA proxy is when they use a bot to fetch and serve your image to users of other sites, e.g. porn, games, etc. After the CAPTCHA is solved, they post spam to your form. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is easy and cheap for someone to hire a person to enter this spam. Usually it can be done for about $0.75 for 1,000 or so form submissions. The spammer gives their employee a list of sites and what to paste in and they go at it. Not all of your spam (and other trash) will be computer generated - using CAPTCHA proxy or farm the bad guys can have real people spamming you. A CAPTCHA farm has many cheap laborers (India, far east, etc) solving them. CAPTCHA proxy is when they use a bot to fetch and serve your image to users of other sites, e.g. porn, games, etc. After the CAPTCHA is solved, they post spam to your form.
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Spamming blog comment forms, contact forms, Wikis, etc. By using randomly generated unique "words", they can then do a Google search to find websites where their content has been posted un-moderated. Then they can go back to these websites, identify if the links have been posted without the rel="nofollow" attribute (which would prevent them contributing to Google's algorithm), and if not they can post whatever spam links they like on those websites, in an effort to boost Google rankings for certain sites. Or worse, use it to post whatever content they want onto those websites, even embedded malware. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Spamming blog comment forms, contact forms, Wikis, etc. By using randomly generated unique "words", they can then do a Google search to find websites where their content has been posted un-moderated. Then they can go back to these websites, identify if the links have been posted without the rel="nofollow" attribute (which would prevent them contributing to Google's algorithm), and if not they can post whatever spam links they like on those websites, in an effort to boost Google rankings for certain sites. Or worse, use it to post whatever content they want onto those websites, even embedded malware.
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