|Version 14 (modified by particle, 4 years ago)|
Our trac installation requires an email confirmation in order to create an account and comment on tickets.
So, when we get ticket spam, there's a good chance the email actually belongs to a spammer.
Here are some easily harvestable entries from folks that have spammed us; Other spammers, enjoy!
alivenk Aliven Kipling email@example.com 2009-07-29 08:46:20 alisawenyan alisawenyan zhao firstname.lastname@example.org 08/08/09 01:33:25 egg622 wedding planning view email@example.com 12/03/09 03:54:23 kristy kristy firstname.lastname@example.org 01/06/10 13:50:06 kristy123 kristy email@example.com 01/11/10 20:36:05 susieb firstname.lastname@example.org 01/10/10 21:55:22 DurfWerzel Durf email@example.com 01/10/10 21:10:57 Jack9 Jack9 firstname.lastname@example.org 04/13/10 14:18:21 mike3050 Mike Smith email@example.com 04/23/10 11:44:38 bascorp badok firstname.lastname@example.org 04/27/10 14:07:48 LIZCarroll LIZCarroll email@example.com MitchellLuisa33 MitchellLuisa33 firstname.lastname@example.org 07/16/10 22:22:50}}} tradelord email@example.com == Resolving Spam == * log the account information of the spammer on this page. * delete the account used to generate the spam * get a list of the ticket numbers the spammer has added comments to. * use the admin plugin "delete changes" - one at a time, enter the ticket number... * Note that the changes are NOT presented in chronological order by default. * For each spam comment(and any followups that say "this is spam", from helpful users trying to point things out to the admins), hit the "delete change" button.