The Human Comment SPAM Protection Filter uses a 3rd party SPAM dictionary to detect human-based comment SPAM.
This tool, unlike other SPAM tools such as Aksimet, will not send your comment data to 3rd party services for analysis.
Human SPAM options explanations
Option: Human SPAM Filter
This option scans the content of WordPress comments for keywords that are indicative of SPAM and marks the comment according to your preferred setting below.
To enable this option, simply click the slider (see the screenshot below).
Option: Comment Filter Items option
When a user submits a comment, only the selected parts of the comment data will be scanned for SPAM content.
Recommended: Select the all items to scan for SPAM (as shown in the screenshot below).
Option: Default SPAM Action
When a comment is detected as being SPAM from a human commenter, the comment will be categorised based on the setting.
This option allows you to decide how to categorise comments when identified to be SPAM.
Select one of the 4 options from the drop-down list:
Mark as pending moderation
This doesn't mark the comment as spam, but instead marks it as "pending" and you will need to approve it. This is not recommended.
Mark as SPAM
The comment will be immediately moved to the SPAM folder.
Move to trash
The comment will be immediately moved to the Trash folder.
Reject and redirect
The comment processing will stop immediately and will not be inserted into the WordPress comments database - the comment submission will be redirected to the website's home page.
For more information on this, read the blog article here.
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