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  • Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Hello, Lyngvar,

    I’m sorry but I don’t exactly understand what’s your problem with the password…. For example, what password? WordPress password, Google password, ReCaptcha passowrd? And your configuration, the exactly step in which other user are blocked, etc.

    Please, send me more details about this change and I’ll study your suggestion. If you are right, I’ll introduce this change in the next version.

    Thank’s in advance, and happy new year.

    Sincererly,

    Joan Miquel

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    The line 154 in \includes\recaptcha.php just says:

    $reCaptcha = new \ReCaptcha\ReCaptcha($secret);

    It’s a simple call to the Official Google Recaptcha Class and the error you describes it be often related with “a PHPH syntax errors”.

    I’m sorry but without more clues about your installation environment, I just can suppose that there has been an error during the installation and one or more files are corrupted.

    Please, check the integrity of this file, and if you detect any suspicious line, the best way is to delete manually all files in the plugin’s folder

    wp-content\plugins\recaptcha-in-wp-comments-form\

    afterwards, delete the folder and reinstall a new clean download file of the plugin.

    Thanks in advance,

    Joan Miquel

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Thanks, Stephen.

    I completely agree with you.

    In fact, the plugin version number became longer and longer for “I don’t remember -now- for what reason” so, for the next version, I had already decided to adopt a 3 number versioning scheme suppresing the first two zeros.

    FROM 0.0.9.x.x TO 9.x.x or 10.x.x, etc.

    In any case, thank’s for your suggestion.

    Joan Miquel

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Hello, coleges,

    I’m sorry for the delay in response. I’ve been working in other projects (basically a tokens system for identifying direct database injected comments) and I couldn’t test the compatibility until now.

    In relation with your question, I’m sorry to say that the plugin it’s not compatible with wpDiscus because of the complete change of the HTML struct of the form notwithstanding, it looks a great idea so that I’ll study to include a new submodule for integration with wpDiscus in the next version of the reCAPTCHA in wp comments form.

    I’ve done some tests in a beta version of my plugin with good results but, cincererly, there are a lot of variables so I prefer to study more deeply your plugin before to say ‘YES’.

    Thanks for your suggestion. Cordially,

    Joan Miquel

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Hello,

    I don’t know. I haven’t tried but it’s very possible that the plugin could be integrated. I’ll tested next week and I’ll send you an answer.

    Thanks for your interest.

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Well, I’ve been checking for possible interactions between java and images and, without more details, I can’t discover what is happening; apparently, all javascript calls are working properly.

    If you send me more details in future, I will reopen the question. Thank’s, nahueksgk,

    Joan Miquel

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Thank you, Pellicerdearli.

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Thank you, Manaspal186.

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Ok. Firstly, I promise you that I’ll take a look to the code for finding out what happens with featured images so, thank’s in advance for your message.

    However, in a few days, I’m going to publish another plugin version and the loading of jquery dependant javascripts files is completely different so… perhaps It will not necessary to change anything, in any case, I’ll correct the old version, of course and I’ll update the wp repository of old versions.

    One last thing, I would be grateful if you send me all details about your WP installation…

    • URL of your site (for checking directly the javascript errors)
    • WP version
    • Theme name
    • reCAPTCHA plugin configuration and version
    • other installed plugins
    • etc.

    Best regards.

    Joan Miquel

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by jmviade.
    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Ok. I take a note of all of your suggestions and I’ll continue thinking in reCAPTCHA v1… Thanks again and with your permision, I’m going to close this topic as “solved” because in a couple of days, I’ll publish the new version with all the described issues solved.

    And please, don’t hesitate to contact with me any time that you want to share, comment or report anything.

    Best regards

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Well, it looks like a good idea. In fact, weeks ago, I was thinking in a similar approach but for using open sources captchas but finally, I discarted the idea.

    In first approach, the possibility to choose among several (ie, more than one) captcha libraries, it is very interesting but it complicates the plugin, mainly, the installation process because each library has its own API keys…

    And I don’t want to complicate the plugin excessively because, one of the main plugin advantages is, precisely, that it’s very simple… Look, apart from getting your reCAPTCHA API Keys, this is a zero configuration plugin… And this is a point VERY important for most of users. the 99% of users just want: install and operate. Nothing else.

    I don’t know… Perhaps as an advanced option.. And why not?… well, I’ll think about it.

    Thanks, and as always, best regards,

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 9 months ago by jmviade.
    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    bgb18,

    1)

    This evening, I’ve been testing the new version of plugin that works even when users are logged in and, in consequence, the plugin filters any comment sent to wp-comments-post.php. and works fine…

    If any spam robot tries to send any comment whether simulating a logged user, or accessing directly to form fields or even directly breaking the recatpcha, it doesn’t matter, the new test version detects all kinds of messages, it doesn’t matter the origin.

    So, I supposse that in a couple of days, I’ll publish this new version whose improvements exist thanks to you. 🙂

    Best regards,

    PD. In relation with “Forced javascript output mode”… if your theme is “new”, recaptcha has to appear in both modes, enable and disabled. If your theme is “old”, the recaptcha field just appears if you has activated the compatibility mode.

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    bgb18,
    While I’m working in the next version, I advice you to upgrade to the new current version 0.0.9.0.2.
    Buy the way, these comments that you say that break the plugin antispam system, in what comments folder are located? Do they appear as pending or in spam the folder?

    But, of course, I’ll say you something about new methods in few days.

    Thanks in advance.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 9 months ago by jmviade.
    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Ok, Bgb18,

    While I was waiting your answer (thanks), yesterday, I already began a new test version of the plugin that also controls the WP comments form when users are not logged in because I supposse that is the way that these new robot spammers are using.

    In relation with the plugin tell me, please, the version of the plugin and which of its antispam options you have active (SPAM, TRASH, DELETE or DIE).

    Thanks in advance.

    Plugin Author jmviade

    (@jmviade)

    Bgb18,

    Please, send me details of your installation (WP ver, PHP ver, ANTISPAM option active, Theme name, etc.) and I’ll try to reproduce your environment inside my test installation.

    Efectivelly, perhaps spam robots are using a new access method that I don’t know, so, please, help me to discover how they do it.

    I’m waiting, 🙂 Thanks in advance.

    Best regards.

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