CleanTalk Released an Application for the protection of MediaWiki Against Spam and Spam Bots
CleanTalk completed the development application for the MediaWiki, to protect the site against spam and spam bots.
This application allows users to quickly and easily connect to anti spam server CleanTalk. Its service provides 100% protection from spam bots for website administrators and a simple and convenient commentary/sign-up form for visitors.
This application allows protection from automatically distributed spam, as well as from spam bots registrations. The protection method offered by CleanTalk allows users to switch from the methods that trouble the communication (CAPTCHA, question-answer etc.) to a more convenient one.
CleanTalk saves time and resources spent on moderation and verification of questionable users or comments. Unnoticeable Protection from spam and registration forms, which does not require the visitor to prove who they are, increases the conversion in registration and is not annoying.
CleanTalk is a cloud service, security module, installed on a website, which sends the behaviour parameters of the visitor or spam bot. These parameters are estimated, and the service makes a decision – to post a message or to define it as spam and reject.
On the basis of such checks, the service forms its own list of email addresses used by spam bots. Likewise the registrations of visitors are checked. The service adds not only email addresses to the blacklist, but also IP addresses and domains of the websites that are promoted through spam mailout. The CleanTalk company developed unique algorithms to assess the behavior of the visitor, and with 100% accuracy we keep spam messages at bay. All of this happens automatically and requires no action from the administration of the website.
The Company provides automatic spam protection services for popular CMS: WordPress, Joomla, phpBB, Drupal, DataLife Engine, IP Board, vBulletin, MediaWiki, SimpleMachinesForum and open API for PHP, Perl, Python, NET, Yii.