I like that idea,so in other words they have to get to the form from another
page on the site, and you set a time limit for a minimum amount of time they
spend on the page(5-10 seconds)?
"Kim Madsen" <php....@emax.dk> wrote in message
> Hey Gary
> Gary wrote on 2009-10-20 20:31:
>> I have several sites that are getting hit with form spam. I have the
>> script set up to capture the IP address so I know from where they come.
> I see that a lot suggested CAPTCHA, I don't like those either.
> The IP solution will give you a constant maintaince problem unless you
> save the submissions in database and look for similar postings, then
> blocks the IPs. Or just block them right away if they suggests the usual
> sheiitee like 400 euro casino rewards etc...
> What I've done to fix those issues when I had them was to set a session
> var on the frontpage of the site and check on that. If it doesn't exists
> when the user enters the page with the form, then I tell them and just
> don't show the form. Of course the clever programmer can create a script
> that first goes to the frontpage, then the form page, but so far I'm
> pretty happy with the solution, no spam for 3 years :-)
> Kind regards
> Kim Emax - masterminds.dk
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