Spam Posts

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  • #111363

    Jim-LA
    Participant

    We have a new registered user from outside the USA (probably from China based on the very poor English) who is spamming the forums:
    https://forum.gbs-cidp.org/topic/icq670466660-i-was-the-leader-of-the-hacker-group-mmo

    Please delete the post and deactivate the user.

    #112880

    Jim-LA
    Participant

    Spam is on the rise again. Is there anyone from IT services monitoring the forums? The spam posts need to be deleted and their IP addresses blocked.

    #112885

    GH
    Participant

    I agree, but there isn’t as much as there used to be.

    #113047

    Tech Support
    Keymaster

    Hello.
    Thank you for your vigilance in flagging Spam in the forums. My apologies for the delay in blocking these two users. We have been working on an large infrastructure and redesign for the websites.

    Please do not hesitate to use the contact form in the future as well: https://forum.gbs-cidp.org/contact-us/

    We really appreciate your assistance and will work to improve monitoring.

    Best,
    Mia

    #113069

    Jim-LA
    Participant

    Hi Mia, it’s been awhile since I’ve seen you here. Thanks for dealing with the spammers for us!

    Please see the following thread for some insight about the new website look and feel:
    https://forum.gbs-cidp.org/forums/topic/new-design-hard-to-read

    #113092

    Tech Support
    Keymaster

    Thank you, Jim. We appreciate the report of spam and the feedback on the design. I responded to that post directly. We were able to replicate the SSL certificate issue which was caused by an incorrect link in the menu system.
    Best,
    Mia

    #113297

    cer100
    Participant

    FYI, new spam posts today reported via tech support contact form.

    #113300

    Jim-LA
    Participant

    Spam is on the rise. I think it’s too easy to register. I would at least suggest new members accept TOS that include rules about not spamming the forums with product/service advertisements and weblinks. The weblinks could put our members at risk of identity theft or other fraudulent schemes. Better yet, consider employing the free service from StopForumSpam.com to disallow known spammers from creating a new account or posting phishing links.

    #113312

    Electra
    Participant

    Hi Jim, Thanks for being so on-top of the spam thing. Any spam is too much, especially for a support forum. I appreciate your knowledge.

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