Peter Keung, author of Peter’s Custom Anti-Spam left a comment here, letting me know that there is a new version out that will recite the captcha as an audio file, so that vision-impaired users can still use the plugin. Nice.
And this is a good time to point out how great the plugin is. Once in a while a new reader will leave a comment along the lines of “Hey! Your anti-spam thing is broken and always shows the same letters!”
But it isn’t broken. It’s working as intended. My original post on the plugin explains why the phrase is always the same. My traffic has grown quite a bit since June (although it did take a hit when DMotR ended, it’s still up from June) and I still don’t have to deal with spam. How many attempted spams do I get a day, I wonder? Hang on a second…
…Okay done. I turned off PCAS for a few minutes just to see what would happen. I expected a crushing deluge of crap, but it wasn’t nearly as extreme as I expected. They came in at about one a minute. Now, this was very unscientific – spams often come in waves – but it’s probably a safe guess that I’m getting somewhere in the low thousands each day.
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