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SPAM in the comments and superadmin!!

Last updated on 9 years ago
KvidoKvido
Posted 10 years ago
Superadmin spammer exploits and gives the SPAM comments. I reCAPTCHA and Stop Forum Spam, but it does not help. I can otherwise block.

www.pc-politika.cz/security/spamcomment2.JPG
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CraigCraig
Posted 10 years ago
Go to his profile Select Ban at the bottom in the admin options.
Take a not of his IP just select it and copy it.
Now go to Admin >>> Users Blacklist and add paste in the IP to the blacklist.

Banned :)

Also try using Securimage 2. ;)
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
The cause was, in my opinion, the infusion from the author: Mohammad Hasan Mazrooee (guy_18_iran).
Once I deleted, SPAM has been absent.

So be careful with the infusion: comments_management
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CraigCraig
Posted 9 years ago
Hi,

Are you referring to this infusion?

http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusions/addondb/view.php?addon_id=91
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
No, I used:

PHPFusion Content Management System
| Copyright © 2002 - 2008 Nick Jones
| http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Filename: infusion.php
| Author: Mohammad Hasan Mazrooee (guy_18_iran)

This infusion is without DB and therefore bad for me!

So I installed, which ones do you recommend:

| PHPFusion Content Management System
| Copyright © 2002 - 2010 Nick Jones
| http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Filename: infusion.php
| Author: Khalid545
| URL: http://khalidb.co.cc/
| E-Mail: khalidd545@gmail.com
| Original file: comments.php (Digitanium)

After two days of operation, it seems that the problem of spam will probably end.

Thanks a lot and greet!
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KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
To: Fusioneer

Sorry, but spam continues! Over the last 12 hours appeared in the comments of other News 25 new SPAM! :@
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G
Geri
Posted 9 years ago
throw the spammer's ip to your router's firewall
CraigCraig
Posted 9 years ago

Quote

Kvido wrote:

No, I used:

PHPFusion Content Management System
| Copyright © 2002 - 2008 Nick Jones
| http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Filename: infusion.php
| Author: Mohammad Hasan Mazrooee (guy_18_iran)

This infusion is without DB and therefore bad for me!

So I installed, which ones do you recommend:

| PHPFusion Content Management System
| Copyright © 2002 - 2010 Nick Jones
| http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Filename: infusion.php
| Author: Khalid545
| URL: http://khalidb.co.cc/
| E-Mail: khalidd545@gmail.com
| Original file: comments.php (Digitanium)

After two days of operation, it seems that the problem of spam will probably end.

Thanks a lot and greet!


OK thanks for letting us know.

Anyone using the above infusion is advised to defuse it and delete the files from your site until the author fixes it.

Thanks
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
T: Geri
This is not a solution! IP addresses change dynamically for each comment. Every comment has a different IP address.
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CraigCraig
Posted 9 years ago
Can you post some of the IP's so I can see if they are on same pool or whatever and so I can PING them? We might be able to block the user agent using .htaccess if its a bot agent. Chances are it could be humans though if the ip is changing regulary it could also be a bot using a zombie server or something.
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
These are eg the following IP addresses:
222.247.117.219
137.204.140.22
31.160.230.58
210.48.147.213
187.141.166.229
164.67.83.5
134.106.155.141
205.202.120.216
95.31.2.114
65.49.14.15
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CraigCraig
Posted 9 years ago
It's all different ISP's so no idea looks like just loads of spammers probably humans, all you can do is blacklist the IP's. Also have a look in the Addons DB and download and install User control on your site that will also help.
PolarFoxPolarFox
Posted 9 years ago
Use securimage2. It will stop most of the bots.
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
add:
1 / I'm on the platform PHPFusion 0.09.03 latest Pimped
2 / Yesterday I disabled raCaptcha, turned securimage and grew enormously in the number of SPAM 259th It is obvious that re Captcha greatly reduces SPAM.
3 / Securimage2 PHPFusion Pimped not. Can I use the PHPFusion?
4 / You'll have the htaccess file: order allow, deny

I'll see how to proceed.
Thanks for your interest and help!
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Rolf MayerRolf Mayer
Posted 9 years ago
They have their own support site:
http://basti2web.de/news.html
Did you post your problem there?
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
Yes, I knew. But I thought that the security system is in PHPFusion uniform. Thus, even for Pimped.
Thank you for the notice is going to basti2web.de
There are, however, I already wrote about the problem and no one respond!
http://www.pimped-fusion.net/forum-th...#post_4119

It states that the reaction was: http://www.pimped-fusion.net/news.html
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Edited by Kvido on 02-08-2011 09:01, 9 years ago
J
jetmac
Posted 9 years ago
how not to be tagged as a spammer?
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
jetmac:
Write clearly, you can not English?:D
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AnkurAnkur
Posted 9 years ago
You can try some tricky but working solutions posted on my website :

Two Way Captcha Verification to prevent & decrease Spam
Prevent Websites from Spammers while Registration

Hope they help you :)
Hi! Its me, Ankur Thakur! smile
KvidoKvido
Posted 9 years ago
Akur:
I'm pleasantly surprised.
Does it look well? Well, I see!
Thanks!Regards!
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