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gape

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i noticed that events are full of spam
someone wo username is spamming them in (they get stuck in row - waiting for aproval)
is the latest install of geeklog, with 3 users

how can i get rid of this?

is there at least a way to 'select all'?
and then delete them

spamx does not know about calendar - as far as i can tell


help
pls

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Dirk

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Spam-X will also filter Calendar submissions, of course. Try to find some commonly used keywords or URLs in that spam and add it to your filter rules.

The submission queue has an easy way to select all entries and trash them - you should see a little trashcan icon below the list (if you don't then either your theme is not up to date or you are on an old version of Geeklog).

bye, Dirk
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Quote by: Dirk

Spam-X will also filter Calendar submissions, of course. Try to find some commonly used keywords or URLs in that spam and add it to your filter rules.

The submission queue has an easy way to select all entries and trash them - you should see a little trashcan icon below the list (if you don't then either your theme is not up to date or you are on an old version of Geeklog).

bye, Dirk


it could (from now on - if i could teach it to) if submissions were not all diferent urls ... like those few - and strange titles
Text Formatted Code
Uredi   UMJrrlpGfWrpYGi         2009-09-30      http://pzbhufpwyvip.com/               
        Uredi   akhfXppM        2009-09-30      http://onltilmvcqee.com/               
        Uredi   hGsctawnizXrosQXpRi     2009-09-30      http://efataiqxjtpr.com/               
        Uredi   rgCtNDReSdBIt   2009-09-30      http://rlzjnmdekowa.com/               
        Uredi   QXMSCfxVejpndKDFtms     2009-09-30      http://ogpayufaovfc.com/

the contents is again url coded with all sorts of tags
u can delete the code couse it is spam


o0
found the easy way Razz
tyvm
deleted them all
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Dirk

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Okay, that's test spam which is a bit harder to filter since it's mostly gibberish. What you can do is block by IP address (range). Or check the post for other filter criteria. For example, I got this spam post (which looks very similar to what you got there):
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<h1>paywvTHEveyzwKzP</h1><p>2mENa3  <a href=\"http://vtamhatilbqc.com/\">vtamhatilbqc</a>, [url=http://kqrtsnqkurcz.com/]kqrtsnqkurcz[/url], [link=http://ieycllsksfui.com/]ieycllsksfui[/link], http://hecngqbvomcm.com/</p>

Now, neither Geeklog nor any of the plugins use a "link" tag. So adding that to the filters can help here.

bye, Dirk
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gape

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will try that
ty
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1000ideen

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You should also consider using BadBehavior plugin.
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