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|SimplAdd Capcha System [Updated}
This is a captcha system requiring users to solve a simple maths question to gain access to captcha protected areas of your site. The system uses premade images with a choice of colours. Limits can be set by the site administrator on the number of failed attempts at solving the captcha. If a user (or a bot) exceeds the number their IP is locked out for a set amount of time depending on settings. The "Bad Reports" are logged in the SimplAdd Admin section for investigation and can be blacklisted or deleted directly from the admin section. The system will only keep records of users who fail to solve the query after the set number of times. Records of users who fail less than the set number and who then successfully solve the query are automatically deleted. V2.1 now available in downloads View Demo
|SimpleAdd Captcha (Updated)
I'm currently field testing a captcha I've built called SimplAdd. It's not yet ready for release and is basically in Alpha testing at the moment. It's will be primarily for smaller sites that are unlikely to get serious bot attention. The current captchas on offer are quite difficult to read for a lot of people. This (when released) will hopefully fill the need for quick and easy verification without possibly losing new members who may be put off by the others. View Demo
|How to keep your site safe
Any website no matter what type of software it's running on is vulnerable if certain elemental steps are not taken and carried through. A couple of high profiles websites have been attacked recently and in some cases a serious amount of data stolen. While some attacks are by sql injections and other back-end black magic into insecure code, it has also been revealed that something as simple as a weak password can allow blackhat hackers gain full access to your site and it's content. Read On...
|SimplAdd Captcha System
This is a captcha system requiring users to solve a simple maths problem to gain access to captcha protected areas of your site.
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