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  • Human Verification

    Good evening guys,

    Im running the latest release of version 4 vbulletin 4.25 on Centos 7, mysql 5.7, PHP 7.1, on Nginx/php-fpm



    I havent had a major CONTACT US spam until it blew up today going on 1 message every 5 min.


    I checked the contact us form and it has human verification
    Random Question: How many states are there in USA? type 50


    I went to human verification and the only option there is to check what forms to use human verification on.
    There is no place to adjust the question. I attached the image below..
    I did find the question in phrases. I attached the image below.

    The only addons I have that are remotely related
    VSA advanced registeration - you can set random questions for registration only - turning product off didnt resolve.
    Glowhost anti-slam..

    So I want to set a new question/answer for CONTACT US form

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  • #2
    You can add new questions or modify them in the Human Verification Manager. In the left navigation. Settings -> Human Verification Manager.
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    • #3
      ah thx, I feel so dump. I was looking in settings - options - human verification

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      • #4
        I recommend using at least five different questions.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by insidethehall View Post
          I recommend using at least five different questions.
          This isn't necessary if you ask the right question. For example, I run one forum which is specifically for attorneys who work in Constitutional Law. So, if I ask a question like, "Which federal rule of procedure governs both mens rea and actus reus?", only a lawyer or an advanced law student is going to know the answer and it can't be researched on Google. The correct answer isn't in Wikipedia.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by In Omnibus View Post

            This isn't necessary if you ask the right question. For example, I run one forum which is specifically for attorneys who work in Constitutional Law. So, if I ask a question like, "Which federal rule of procedure governs both mens rea and actus reus?", only a lawyer or an advanced law student is going to know the answer and it can't be researched on Google. The correct answer isn't in Wikipedia.
            Fair point.

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