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Bluto last won the day on November 13 2019

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  1. That's a good thread. I figured I was going to have to do it on the server level. I'm moving to another server so I'll deal with this then. @Aiwa had some great insight.
  2. Sure. The one below is 208 errors. I have others that go into the thousands. Having 1 IP throwing so many errors, maybe it could be banned for admin review? Let the admin set the amount of errors. Today I turned off the Post Before Registering. Maybe nothing can be done since the search engine bots would also be banned, I assume. But at least I could check those IPs out and flag them as valid. Maybe a ban list with the DNS info so I can tell if it's a Google Bot? Have one check box to remove (x)and one check box to put on a "do not ban" list (green check)? Just a thought
  3. If the Error Log has 5000+ errors from the same IP address, that address probably should automatically be banned in the software. What do you think? The software does see that the errors are happening from the same IP. I'm reading the log. It would be great if there was a feature which flagged or banned IPs which are throwing THOUSANDS of errors. Thanks!
  4. I'd have to check that out. You are a lot more knowledgeable about IPS stuff than me. I never even heard of it. Thanks!
  5. Honestly, I think @Kevin Carwile is an excellent programmer and could make this project over the top, but if he's not doing it I'd love to see @Makoto How much to make this an open source project @Kevin Carwile ? How about releasing it under a os license which heavily favors you? Own the repo but allow others to merge changes building more rep up on github, which I'm probably sure you already have I'm assuming. In charge of popular project is always looks good. I'm sure there would be a lot more people interested in using it. People will help each other out on github. Jus
  6. Thanks @Adriano Faria! You're the best. 🙂
  7. If you read the marketplace description which includes what I quoted, you wouldn't be asking, "could you please add this domain in the blacklist." Actually you can do it yourself in the ban settings (where you ban ips, email address, etc) by adding domain *@mydomainname.com
  8. "Trying to keep up and block these manually is not practical. That’s where Indisposable comes in. Indisposable uses Kickbox’s industry leading e-mail validation services to instantly identify and reject disposable e-mail addresses, requiring no additional work on your end."
  9. Maybe these are a stupid ideas IDK/ MOD APPROVAL 3RD BUTTON When approving content via site moderation, have a third button: Approve but don't notify. Maybe the content is spammy but not spammy enough to delete. So the content is approved but none of the followers get a notification. As the admin, you've determined that the content is on the borderline of being acceptable and you'll approve it, but not send a notification. Reply in the thread still get notified of replies if they follow the topic. Just people who follow the forum wouldn't get notif
    Works so well you forget it's installed. A must have in my book. Temp email addresses are a real pain for admins.
  10. Didn't you add a button to turn off duplicate checking? If that was there @fix3r could just turn off duplicate checking and moderate each link added. Depending on the subject of the directory, moderation is a good idea IMO.
  11. Probably. Someone would just need to create it.
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