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Open-source implementation of server-side spam filtering of blog comments and forum posts.

Sblam! Alternatives

The best Sblam! alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    StopForumSpam - a database of known forum and blog spam, its sources and the email addresses reported

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    reCAPTCHA is a free security service that protects your websites from spam and abuse.

  3. Ensure healthy website performance, uptime, and free from vulnerabilities. Automatic checks for SSL Certificates, domains and monitor issues with your websites all from one console and get instant notifications on any issues.

    Try for free freemium $9.0 / Monthly (Lite plan)

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    Do you use a captcha to keep out bots? hCaptcha is a drop-in replacement for reCAPTCHA that earns website owners money and helps companies get their data labeled.

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    Mollom is a freemium web service to get rid of spam, unwanted content and fake users on your...

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    Say Goodbye to comment spam on your WordPress blog or website.

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    Akismet is a spam fighting service that protects millions of WordPress sites from comment and contact form spam.

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    Spam protection for WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and any other websites

    Open Source Free Trial $12.0 / Annually

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    The better, new standard to stop spam content.

    freemium $49.0 / Monthly (Unlimited Websites, 100K API Calls)

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    A plugin to make the process of creating a negative captcha in Rails much less painful

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    Simple and powerful WordPress plugin to fight spam.

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    UniqPin is a free for non-commercial use service which destiny improve ability of interfaces detect...

  13. Allows you easily scan for and delete scam comments using several methods. - GitHub - ThioJoe/YT-Spammer-Purge: Allows you easily scan for and delete scam comments using several methods.

  14. the modern spam protection

    Open Source

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