Quit forcing users to answer silly questions, read confusing captchas, or take additional steps just to prove they’re not spam. Stop malicious bots & hackers in their tracks before they ever have a chance to infiltrate your site — introducing WordPress Zero Spam.
WordPress Zero Spam uses AI in combination with proven spam detection techniques and a database of known malicious IPs from around the world to detect and block unwanted visitors.
In addition, it integrates with other popular plugins to provide all around protection. Just install, activate, and enjoy a spam-free site!
WordPress Zero Spam is great at blocking spam — as a site owner there’s more you can do to stop WordPress spam in its tracks.
We’ve integrated multi language support within the framework of our plugin, so you get a translated dashboard out of the box, and developer options to add even more languages.
WordPress Zero Spam is free and open source. It’s the perfect solution to stopping spam and can be extended and integrated further. It was created and developed with the developer in mind, and we have already seen some truly remarkable addons already developed.
To help you get started and learn just how to integrate with WordPress Zero Spam, visit the plugin’s documentation.
WordPress Zero Spam is free — completely free & always will be. It is hard to continue development and support for this free plugin without contributions from users like you. If you enjoy using WordPress Zero Spam and find it useful, please consider making a donation. Your donation will help encourage and support the plugin’s continued development and better user support.
You can also show your support by:
For more information & developer documentation, see the plugin’s website.
Does this mean WPZP won’t do you any good? Absolutely not. WPZS employs other techniques and IP blacklist checks that will help prevent malicious IP and spambots from ever seeing your site. You will still get all of the benefits of this plugin, it just won’t provide the extra check on Ninja Form submissions.
No. As of v4.9.9, WordPress Zero Spam no longer checks Gravity Form submissions. Support was dropped due the numerous addon plugins that can be installed & alter GF submissions. These addons will often conflict with how WPZS validates submissions. In addition, Gravity Forms already has a spam detection option that works similar to how this plugin detects forms. You can enable it by going to the form settings and checking the Enable anti-spam honeypot option. For more information, see Gravity Forms documentation.
Does this mean WPZP won’t do you any good? Absolutely not. WPZS employs other techniques and IP blacklist checks that will help prevent malicious IP and spambots from ever seeing your site. You will still get all of the benefits of this plugin, it just won’t provide the extra check on Gravity Form submissions.
No. WordPress Zero Spam is unable to integrate Jetpack. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/support/topic/incompatible-with-jetpack-comments.
WordPress Zero Spam relies on the default core form id (
#commentform) in order to check comment submissions. Verify your comment forms have this ID or add the class
wpzerospam to enable it on your site.
This is most likely due to a plugin or theme overriding the default markup of the registration form. Verify the form has an id of
registerform or add the
wpzerospam class to it.
<form name="registerform" id="registerform" action="https://yourdomain.local/login/?action=register" method="post" novalidate="novalidate">
<form name="registerform" class="wpzerospam" action="https://yourdomain.local/login/?action=register" method="post" novalidate="novalidate">
If you need help, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
It’s easy as adding the class
wpzerospam to the
form element, then adding a check in the form processor that the
wpzerospam_key post value matches the option value in the database using the
wpzerospam_key_check() helper function. See the plugin’s documentation for more information on available hooks & functions.
Yes. It does not store any kind of personally identifiable information. Only one cookie is stored (
wpzerospam_api_blacklist) to log the last time the site queried the blacklist APIs. This is used to boost performance so each page visit doesn’t trigger an API call. The expiration can be set in Admin > WP Zero Spam > Settings
WordPress Zero Spam makes blocking spammers a cinch. Install, activate and enjoy a spam-free site — with third-party plugin support.View Cart
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