We are pleased to inform you that we have released a new version of the Universal Anti-Spam Plugin Version 2.1.

Significant changes have been made to this version.

One of these changes was the addition of new functionality. We have added the ability to use Spam FireWall in the Universal anti-spam plugin. Learn more about Spam FireWall here.

Another important addition is the ability to automatically uninstall the plugin. In previous versions of the plugin, there was no such possibility and it was only possible to remove the plugin manually. Now the plugin itself does this, which will simplify the use and subsequent updates of the plugin. This feature will only work from the current version.

We also added the definition of the CMS on which the plugin is installed, if there is an individual anti-spam plugin for this CMS, a notification about this will be displayed.
Some changes and additions were also made to the definition of spam parameters, which will improve the spam protection of various forms on the website.

The Universal anti-spam plugin allows you to protect any website on any CMS or custom website from spam and spam bots.

Instructions, how to install the Universal anti-spam plugin.

Big update of the Universal Anti-Spam plugin

2 thoughts on “Big update of the Universal Anti-Spam plugin

  • March 14, 2020 at 7:14 am

    I think we are going about this spam thing wrong. I see that email and ip addresses are listed as know spam sites, now look at the big picture , you block an address and they just move to the next available address they purchased from their host. we need to be blocking subnets or ranges i:e thru that is a range to get all of the host addresses ! Also you can block a subnet to be more discreet such as which will get only 254 addresses .in the 215.0 network. Sorry if this is obvious information but a lot of people don’t get this. This only applies to the email server not the end user, so if you own an email server you can do this in the firewall and they cant connect to your server! We need to punish the host to get them to stop hosting their spamming clients collecting money and then tell us they are working on it.

    • March 14, 2020 at 10:07 am


      If the network has many spam-active IP addresses, the spam-rate of this network will increase

      Thank you.


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