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phpBB3 spam hammer v1.0.0 for AUTOMOD

Posted on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 in site by Ian

A few months ago we introduced our spam filter for phpBB3 forums that prohibits links for new users. Since installing it we’ve had zero, none, nada new forum spam.

We’re happy to announce release v1.0.0 of the filter. It’s now packaged for the phpBB3 AUTOMOD install system. We also submitted it to be included in the official phpBB3 MOD database.

Thanks to everyone that helped test and develop the filter.

Download the latest AUTOMOD package from the phpBB3 development forum.

Updated configuration and install guide is available.

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3 Responses to “phpBB3 spam hammer v1.0.0 for AUTOMOD”

  1. voidptr says:

    Save the web !!! Kill a Spammer !

  2. George says:

    Can you verify whether or not this mod works with phpBB 3.0.9?

    Thanks,
    George

  3. Ian says:

    I doubt it. There were other complaints in the support forum about problems.

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