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24 octubre
2007

HoneyPotBL Zope product

or how to secure your comment forms...

One of the reasons I've switched recently to CoreBLOG + Zwiki (instead of the old handmade code) is Betabug. Well, not himself, but all the ideas, comments and suggestions from him.

Today, he released a new Zope product of his own, HoneyPotBL. This product allow you to check the blacklist databases from Project Honeypot within any other Zope product you have installed, Which means that you can check comments or trackbacks in your blog, posts in your wiki site or phorum, etc in real time and discard those from any well-known spammer in those blacklists.

Now time for a little howto on how to integrate that with some products?

UPDATE: you can read more about the HTTP:BL spec here: http://www.projecthoneypot.org/httpbl_api.php

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