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Hi,
I had the human check and Captcha: Solve Media set on my website:
http://www.t20fan.com/
but still the spammer(s) broke into the site and have posted more than 90 New posts before I changed the Captcha to another one "Whitehat" then it stopped for a while and unfortunately the spammer(s) were able to break all of the Captcha options. Is there anything anyone would suggest to better counter such things happening again?
Thanks!
Best Regards,

Possible Answers

    sfs antispam helps. And IP blocking with htaccess helps. Story Moderation is also a good idea. And setting links to 'No Follow' will keep some spammers from abusing your site once they realize they aren't getting any benefit from your site in the Search Engines.

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    Thanks jhawkin,

    It worked!

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