At first this appeared to be the answer to everything, although I gotta say this is appears to be a pretty complex, pretty heavy duty spam blocker.
However, it came to my attention that this plugin was preventing people from registering for my website (caught a legit email address and marked it as spam, forcing an approval request). But then, even after that, it prevented this user from being able to make a purchase on the checkout page of my website, causing JSON errors. I can’t have a plugin breaking the checkout process for an ecommerce website. So this one goes on the shelf for now.
Now, granted yes, it could be that this might be caused by a 3rd party plugin conflict that I’ve not ID’d…but I don’t have the time to hunt that down. Gonna have to keep looking.
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