Akismet Spam Protection

Descripción

Akismet checks your comments and contact form submissions against our global database of spam to prevent your site from publishing malicious content. You can review the comment spam it catches on your blog’s “Comments” admin screen.

Las principales características que incluye Akismet:

  • Comprueba automáticamente todos los comentarios y filtra los que parecen spam.
  • Cada comentario tiene un historial, por lo tanto puedes facilmente ver qué comentarios fueron cazados o eliminados por Akismet y cuáles fueron gestionado por un moderador.
  • Las URLs se muestran en el cuerpo del comentario para desvelar enlaces ocultos o engañosos.
  • Los moderadores pueden ver el número de comentarios aprobados por cada usuario.
  • Una función de descarte que bloquea totalmente el peor spam, ahorrandote espacio en el disco y acelerando las actualizaciones de tu sitio

PS: You’ll be prompted to get an Akismet.com API key to use it, once activated. Keys are free for personal blogs; paid subscriptions are available for businesses and commercial sites.

Instalación

Upload the Akismet plugin to your blog, activate it, and then enter your Akismet.com API key.

1, 2, 3: ¡Ya está!

Opiniones

12 de Noviembre de 2021
It USED to be free. Now if you have ANY ads on your pages, they want you to pay for the plugin. You have to check a box agreeing that you don't have ads. I thought about paying $1 but on second thought, phooey on them. That's just cheating and it's LOW. They can't make enough on actual COMMERCIAL sites?
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Historial de cambios

4.2.1

Release Date – 1 October 2021

  • Fixed a bug causing AMP validation to fail on certain pages with forms.

4.2

Release Date – 30 September 2021

  • Added links to additional information on API usage notifications.
  • Reduced the number of network requests required for a comment page when running Akismet.
  • Improved compatibility with the most popular contact form plugins.
  • Improved API usage buttons for clarity on what upgrade is needed.

4.1.12

Release Date – 3 September 2021

  • Fixed “Use of undefined constant” notice.
  • Improved styling of alert notices.

4.1.11

Release Date – 23 August 2021

  • Added support for Akismet API usage notifications on Akismet settings and edit-comments admin pages.
  • Added support for the deleted_comment action when bulk-deleting comments from Spam.

4.1.10

Release Date – 6 July 2021

  • Simplified the code around checking comments in REST API and XML-RPC requests.
  • Updated Plus plan terminology in notices to match current subscription names.
  • Added rel="noopener" to the widget link to avoid warnings in Google Lighthouse.
  • Set the Akismet JavaScript as deferred instead of async to improve responsiveness.
  • Improved the preloading of screenshot popups on the edit comments admin page.

4.1.9

Release Date – 2 March 2021

  • Improved handling of pingbacks in XML-RPC multicalls

4.1.8

Release Date – 6 January 2021

  • Fixed missing fields in submit-spam and submit-ham calls that could lead to reduced accuracy.
  • Fixed usage of deprecated jQuery function.

4.1.7

Release Date – 22 October 2020

  • Show the “Set up your Akismet account” banner on the comments admin screen, where it’s relevant to mention if Akismet hasn’t been configured.
  • Don’t use wp_blacklist_check when the new wp_check_comment_disallowed_list function is available.

4.1.6

Release Date – 4 June 2020

  • Disable “Check for Spam” button until the page is loaded to avoid errors with clicking through to queue recheck endpoint directly.
  • Add filter “akismet_enable_mshots” to allow disabling screenshot popups on the edit comments admin page.

For older changelog entries, please see the additional changelog.txt file delivered with the plugin.