Spam check plugin for LMCommentModerator that analyzes the comment author client behavior.
|General plugin info|
|Support:||Plugin comments or forum thread|
|Compability:||Nucleus CMS 3.60, NP_LMCommentModerator 1.0.0|
The NP_LMSpamBotBehavior plugin is a spam fighting plugin implementing the
NP_LMCommentModerator SpamCheck API.
It analyzes how the client of the comment author behave when a comment is posted.
If the client fits a bot behavior profile, will the spam check return
The NP_LMSpamBotBehavior plugin just implements the SpamCheck API events. For this plugin to do any work is it required that the NP_LMCommentModerator plugin is installed and used for comment moderation. The NP_LMCommentModerator plugin can be downloaded from the NP_LMCommentModerator plugin page.
NP_LMSpamBotBehavior.phpfile and the
lmspambotbehaviordirectory from the zip file to the Nucleus CMS plugins directory (
nucleus/plugins) on your web server.
The NP_LMSpamBotBehavior plugin has the following options:
Noby default. Do not enable this option until after your item skin is set up to use the BotBehaviorImage skin variable. If this option is enabled without the BotBehaviorImage skin variable being set up properly, will all comments that are not white listed be categorized as
After the plugin is installed will it automatically be used by the NP_LMCommentModerator plugin to check for spam comments. You may want to set up the image behavior check, as it improves the bot behavior checking.
Skin variable used to insert a image element with a tiny invisible image on the web page. The image element is used by the NP_LMSpamBotBehavior plugin to analyze the behavior of the client. This skin variable must be inserted on the web page somewhere after the comment form. It is recommended to insert the skin variable in the footer of the web page.
Since the URL for the image element is cloaked you will have to add a rewrite rule for your webserver:
.htaccessfile to the root directory of your Nucleus CMS installation with the following contents:
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^image.php$ action.php?action=plugin&name=lmspambotbehavior&type=image [L,QSA] </IfModule>
.htaccessfile with rewrite rules for NP_LMFancierURL, you can take the
RewriteRuleline and add it just bellow the
RewriteEngineline in your existing
This version of the NP_LMSpamBotBehavior plugin is tested against version 3.66 of LMNucleus CMS. The minimum version of Nucleus CMS needed for using this plugin is 3.60. The minimum version of the NP_LMCommentModerator plugin needed by this plugin is 1.0.0. The mod_rewrite module must be enabled on the web server to use the bot behavior image functionality.
The latest version of the LMCommentModerator plugin can be downloaded from the NP_LMCommentModerator plugin page.
Spam and off topic comments will be deleted.