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For small scale things, simple plain DoS attacks, mod-evasive, or limitipconn are both apache modules that would work. I prefer mod-evasive personally, you might want to tighten it's settings after installation. There's good documentation for it here: https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Mod_evasive For over-eager site crawlers (Bingbot's the worst ...


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Either: Your attempt at adding captcha can be bypassed. The email address is known and the spam is not coming through the contact form. Its very hard to tell exactly what is wrong without a link to the site to investigate. I am the author of free open source contact form software that is designed to solve this very problem. My contact form: Never ...


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I do... By that I mean that my mobile browser chrome had a new feature lately: Passing by a proxy for compressing the website before sending me the download... For that, google have multiple i.p. change for every different visits because well it's some sort of derivated proxy each time... I disabled it because it reset my loggedin credential of my coding ...


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The key really to ensuring your mail server does not get blacklisted for spamming is to make sure that you only send emails to people who want them and have asked for them, and if you include a working unsubscribe link people can leave your mailing list without any issues, since the main reasons servers get blacklisted are for high numbers of unwanted email ...



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