[clug] looking for webmail with catcha
jeffm at ghostgun.com
Wed May 27 06:55:34 GMT 2009
David Schoen wrote:
> No, but often enough one IP does equal one user and if you find out you're
> blocking an organisation you can always put a specific allow in.
> Also given the lack of information in the original request it's possible
> Jeff could actually be in a situation where one IP will equal one user.
This is for the ISP I work for (clue: not netspeed). The key thing I'm
trying for is easy of maintaince. Hence, why I'd like it in the stardard
package. I could edit the code, but I don't usually get enough time in
one sitting to actually do this . Worse, when there is an updated
version I'd have to repatch it. Something that is likely to be
forgotten. I'd also like to see it be maintainable if I even leave here.
The three strikes for IP address with white/black listing isn't a bad
idea. We've tried captchas and some customers end up ringing support for
help. It probably doesn't help that captcha insists on being under the
 Hand editing doesn't scale when you have to become familar with each
packages code base each written in different languages/styles and you
run quite a few.
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