List of Visited URLs of Your Visitors

We’ve launched the option to store the visited links of your visitors before they posted something on your website. It also includes the source where they came from to your website. (For the WordPress Plugin Only)

To enable or disable the option go to settings of the CleanTalk Anti-Spam Plugin. Go to your WP Dashboard —> Settings —> Anti-Spam by CleanTalk —> Advanced settings —> “Store visited URLs”
https://cleantalk.org/help/anti-spam-log#stored_URLs

“Store visited URLs” — the plugin stores the last 10 visited URLs (HTTP REFERRERS) and URL sources before your visitor submits data with your website form. You can see the stored URLs for each visitor in your CleanTalk Anti-Spam Log.

Help with website analytics — stored URLs could be used to your website analytics or to detect click fraud.

Additional Control
Spammers can fake or actually visit any webpages to pass through anti-spam protection. Take into account other factors such as if there are links, contacts, spam activity on other websites. You can check spam activity with the CleanTalk Database or with your Anti-Spam Log, you’ll see the number of spam attacks performed from IP address or email.

Enable this option to improve anti-spam protection.


If you have any questions, we will be happy to help you.
You can leave a comment below or create a private ticket here.

3 responses to “List of Visited URLs of Your Visitors”

  1. Internal Server Error

    I get this error when adding to personal blacklist….what to do ?

  2. Dan says:

    I use cleantalk on my 3 websites.
    I tried posting a ticket yesterday on wordpress.org.
    During login, wordpress.org denies my login but doesn’t say why.
    When I click the “forgot my password” and enter my email which I know I entered correctly, it does not send me a link to reset my password.
    What do I do to create a ticket with cleantalk under those conditions?
    Because the only place cleantalk allows tickets is on wordpress.org, as far as I know.
    Thanks,
    Dan

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