One of my favorite comment spam catching tools, Spam Karma, has just released its latest version, 2.2.
New in 2.2:
* Miscellaneous bug-fixes (UI, WP2 compatibility etc.)
* Fine-tuning of older modules to accomodate new spambot breed.
* Minor additions to SK2’s filtering modules to raise SK2 protections.
I’ve written before about how much I adore the ease and concentrated effort the Spam Karma WordPress Plugin provides by putting a stop to comment spam on WordPress blogs. I recently wrote about how Spam Karma is fighting back against the comment spam bots form hell and ongoing efforts to compete against time-wastering comment spam promoters. Spam Karma’s developer continues to be at the forefront for protecting WordPress users from these evil doers.
Comment spam isn’t fun, and it does waste a lot of time, but don’t let your fear of comment spam keep you from blogging. With great tools like Akismet and Spam Karma, comment spam is mostly put down and your blogging administrative tasks are merely housekeeping.
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