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I have NoSpamMX plugin installed. I was not getting spam comments for a long time. But now I am getting a lot of spam comments especially in one post.

What is the reason that there is such a lot of spams only to that post?

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+1 for akismet

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cookies-for-comments/

Is also amazing. Akismet is great at catching spam, but adding cookies for comments is awesome. It stops a lot of the auto-posted spam. (Which most of it is)

Cookies for comments will stop the comment before it even gets to you. Akismet was catching 50 spams a day for me. But once I added CFC, I only get maybe 1 comment a week for akismet to deal with. The two combined are great

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rgksugan: Ordinarily I wouldn't just plug my company, but we just this week released a WordPress plugin to protect against spam, profanity, racism, hate speech, violence, threats, and more.

It's currently in a free Beta release at http://impermium.com/wordpress. Check it out; I believe it can fix your problem and would love to know what you think.

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I found Part 3 the most interesting aspect of your Impermium service automod.impermium.com/console/wordpress/howitworks#3 Good luck! It seems like a promising service if effective! –  Feral Oink Dec 22 '12 at 9:29
    
Thanks, Feral, kind of you to provide feedback. Yes, Impermium classifies content into a wide variety of categories, enabling clients to take policy action based on fine-grained controls. –  mrisher Jan 2 '13 at 20:12
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I combined Askimet with a plugin called "Growmap Anti Spambot Plugin" and it has been working well. The second just adds a checkbox above the "Publish Comment" button with the label "This comment is not a spam". Then, the user has an extra click to do but the spams are reduced considerably.

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Akismet is a great plugin to prevent spam. It works great on my blogs - not one single spamcomment have made it through, yet.

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Just remember, even with Akismet you'll still get spam ... it will just be marked as such and hidden. –  EAMann Mar 15 '11 at 14:54
    
true! However, I would rather have it marked as spam and not shown, than deleted by default. The main thing must be: not to have it shown on the live website. –  stffn Mar 15 '11 at 17:21
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