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Signup abuse detection and blocking

Market Signup abuse detection and blocking 1.7.0 Patch 1

Compatible XF Versions 2.x
2.0, 2.1
Additional Requirements
php 5.6+
Outbound HTTP & DNS requests
socket_create support for portscaning
From (simple) multiple accounts detection to isp/connection fingerprinting with score-based moderating/rejecting logic. These are very effective low-hanging fruit at reducing spam.

Supports migration configuration from the following XF1 add-ons;
  • TPU Spam Detect
  • Alter ego Detector
See the FAQ Known Issues for known limitations. This is not a turn-key solution, and each site may require customization!

For multiple account detection, supports reporting to reports/threads. And will send reports to the same report/thread. To send to thread you must select the "Multi-account to thread" extra.

For connection fingerprinting more additional information is collected and recorded on the account.

Note; Configuration defaults are conservative, aimed at blocking VPNs and proxies. There are a large number of configuration options for this add-on!

Multiple account handling permissions
  • Bypass multiple account checking
  • Can enable / disable alerting for user
  • Can enable / disable alerting for log
  • View reportings.
Use Multiple account to thread add-on to send multiple account reports to threads.

Per-user whitelist:

Multiple account logs per-user:
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License duration
365 Days
15.00 EUR
Renewal price
15.00 EUR
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