By default recapcha is only shown when MediaWiki users try to create new account, add URL or attempt bad login. In this lesson you will learn how to extend this functionality and enable recaptcha on creation of new pages, page edits and logins etc.
Like all other lively websites, MediaWiki is also a common target for spam bots. As soon you get backlinks and your website is listed on search engines, it becomes easy for spammers to find your website and use it for the promotion of their products or web content.
Earlier we have discussed about adding Google reCaptcha on BuddyPress registration forms. We have also posted a lesson on securing WordPress comment forms with reCaptcha. In this lesson we will show you how you can secure your login, registration, contact and comment forms, all with one WordPress plugin. Continue reading Google reCaptcha For WordPress Login, Registration, Comment And Contact Forms
Google reCaptcha is used by various application and plugins to block automated abuse on websites like various spam activities including fake registrations and comments etc.
In this lesson we will show you how you can register for Google reCaptcha and obtain its API keys to use in your plugin, website etc. Continue reading Registering For Google reCaptcha And Obtaining API Keys
A vast majority of comment spams gets automatically blocked by Akismet, but still you must have noticed that many kinds of spambots that successfully post comments on your website, here comes the use of CAPTCHA to block spam comments. In this tutorial we will provide you some easy steps to enable reCAPTCHA for your WordPress site.
Blue Captcha is a powerful and customized captcha plugin that protects your WordPress site from unwanted spams and persons. The plugin is easy to setup and activate high protection against spammers, bots etc.