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====== ACCESS DENIED ====== Sorry, you were regarded as a spammer. If you think this is an error, ask the admin of this website to be allowed to access. DokuWiki markup allowed
====== PERMISSION DENIED ====== Sorry, you can't edit pages because you were regarded as a spammer. If you think this is an error, ask the admin of this website to be allowed to edit pages. DokuWiki markup allowed
====== PERMISSION DENIED ====== Sorry, you can't register with this wiki because you were regarded as a spammer. If you think this is an error, ask the admin of this website to be allowed to register. DokuWiki markup allowed
Access Denied
The required argument(s) is(are) empty. Give the spammer's IP address, e-mail address, and user name.
The API key is not set. Get one from the Stop Forum Spam website and set it in Configuration Manager.
There was an error while accessing API of Stop Forum Spam. The API responded:
There was an error while running curl_init.
The data was submitted successfully.
Could not create your account because your user name and(or) e-mail address seemed spammy.
To prevent nuisance registration requests, the system temporarily added your IP address to the black list. Please wait <b>%s minutes</b> until your IP address becomes unlisted.
Your IP address is temporarily in the black list, to prevent nuisance registration requests. Please try again after <b>%s minutes</b>, your IP address will be unlisted by that time.
The borderline between an ordinary user and a spammer when checking the frequency score<br>If the score is the number set here or more, the plugin regards the visitor as a spammer. If the set number is 0 then the plugin won't check the frequency score.<br>It will be a standard borderline, but some functions using this plugin may use the more severe or laxer standards.
The borderline between an ordinary user and a spammer when checking the confidence score<br>If the score is the number set here or more, the plugin regards the visitor as a spammer. If the set number is 0 then the plugin won't check the confidence score. <br>It will be a standard borderline, but some functions using this plugin may use the more severe or laxer standards.
Check the frequency score of the visitor's IP address, and the given real name and e-mail address to protect the registration form?<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "freqBorder" above, if more than 0 then the number will be the borderline.
Check the confidence score of the visitor's IP address, and the given real name and e-mail address to protect the registration form?<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "confidenceBorder" above, if more than 0 (and 100 or less) then the number will be the borderline.
Protection duration of the registration form after a spammy request (minutes, set to 0 to disable)<br>This option prevents multiplex spammy requests from the same IP address. If there is a spammy request of user registration, the plugin makes a temporary file where holds the IP address from which the spammy request is sent. If a registration request is being sent from the same IP address, and the elapsed time is not enough, the system prevents the request.
Check the frequency score of the visitor's IP address to protect the edit form?<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "freqBorder" above, if more than 0 then the number will be the borderline.
Check the confidence score of the visitor's IP address to protect the edit form?<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "confidenceBorder" above, if more than 0 (and 100 or less) then the number will be the borderline.
Check the frequency score of the visitor's IP address and refuse him if he is a spammer? (access denial)<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "freqBorder" above, if more than 0 then the number will be the borderline.
Check the confidence score of the visitor's IP address and refuse him if he is a spammer? (access denial)<br>If the given number is "0" then the plugin won't do that, otherwise it'll do. You can define the borderline special to this function. If "-1" then the plugin will use the conf "confidenceBorder" above, if more than 0 (and 100 or less) then the number will be the borderline.
Don't check logged-in users, managers and superusers? (see config "<a href="#config___manager">manager</a>" and "<a href="#config___superuser">superuser</a>")
Whitelist of IP addresses<br>The plugin won't check the accesses/posts with these IPs.<br>Enter one IP per line.<br>Wildcards available:<br>? = one character<br>* = one or more characters<br><br>e.g.: "123.456.???.123" → 123.456.789.123, etc. (123.456.78.123 won't be excluded)<br>e.g.: "123.*.789.123" → 123.456.789.123, 123.9.789.123, etc.
Whitelist of e-mail addresses<br>The plugin won't check the accesses/posts with these e-mail addresses.<br>Enter one address per line. Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) is acceptable.<br>Wildcards available:<br>? = one character (any type of characters)<br>* = one or more characters (any type of characters)<br>! = one character (a numeral)<br>~ = one or more characters (numerals)<br><br>e.g.: "???@example.com" -> 123@example.com, etc. (4567@example.com won't be excluded)<br>e.g.: "*@example.com" -> hogehoge@example.com, blahblah1234@example.com, etc.
Whitelist of user names (not user IDs)<br>The plugin won't check the accesses/posts with these names.<br>Enter one name per line.<br>Wildcards available:<br>? = one character (any type of characters)<br>* = one or more characters (any type of characters)<br>! = one character (a numeral)<br>~ = one or more characters (numerals)<br><br>e.g.: "???Spammer" -> FunSpammer, etc. (IntelligentSpammer won't be excluded)<br>e.g.: "*Socks" -> RedSocks, BlackSocks, etc.
Whitelist of users and user groups (not users' real name)<br>The plugin won't check the accesses/posts from these users and the users in these groups.<br>Enter users and user groups separated by comma.
Where to save the log when a spammer is detected<br>Enter the file path (directory and file name) to save the log file. If empty, the plugin doesn't save the log.<br>Pick up and delete the log file if necessary.<br>e.g.: <code>/yourserver/log/sfslogfile.txt</code>
An API key used when reporting through addToDatabase function (Keep it a secret!)<br>If empty, the addToDatabase function won't work.
Check everyone
Skip superusers
Skip managers (including superusers)
Skip logged-in users (including mgr. and spusr.)

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