Support » Plugin: Quiz Maker » IP problem for those who are not members of the site

  • omid

    (@oomid)


    hello. browser cache problem for those who have taken the test But they are not users of the site. When the Limitation of Users are placed on the IP, testers who are not members of the site can re-test by changing the IP, and this is usually done easily through a mobile phone.
    If both browser and IP cache restrictions are placed on test takers who are not members of the site, they will no longer be able to cross the limit, and the ability to perform the test again will be greatly reduced. Please help in this case.

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  • Plugin Author ays-pro

    (@ays-pro)

    Hello @oomid ,

    Thank you for the topic.

    Actually, there is no 100 percent solution for restricting not logged in users (in general).
    The ideal solution is to make a quiz for only logged-in users and restrict them by ID.

    Not logged in users always can cheat if they want.
    They can: (overcome IP and Cookie issues)
    1. Change IP
    2. Use another browser
    3. Use VPN
    4. Clear Cookie.
    5. Use another device
    And so on.

    omid

    (@oomid)

    Thanks for your reply
    If the browser cache limit is added to the IP limit, the test capability will be increased for non-members.
    Because there is finally the ability to test from non-members in this plugin, but when the probability of fraud is very high due to the lack of browser cache, we can never use this feature of the plugin and it seems that this feature does not exist in the plugin. Please also create a browser cache if possible, as in many cases it is not possible to test only members of the site and sometimes the user cannot be forced to join the site. With your explanation, I don’t think it’s possible to take the test anymore using IP restrictions. Thanks.

    Plugin Author ays-pro

    (@ays-pro)

    Thank you for your reply.

    We will take it into consideration and let you know when there is an update.

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by ays-pro.
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