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Old 06-14-2007, 12:17 AM   #4
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Not having such a device is worse. I am getting a growing amount of stuff from the forms on my websites and what is more agravating is that when I occasionally do look at these entries it is always garbage - or at least in a format I cannot read.
No, you can "not have such a device" and still keep spammers away - there are other methods that are completely transparent to the users but quite successful. But one must keep in mind that no antispam measure is ever going to be 100% successful.

Two things to look at for alternatives:Both are PHP-based, and free.

(I've personally implemented Akismet on my (still to be made public) Travel Forum, while for the Wikka project a team member is busy implementing Bad Behavior. Wikis have recently become more and more targets of spammers, and we're feeling the crush on our own project website, too (where I implemented a few simple but reasonably effective anti-spam measures as well).

   
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