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By Shannon - Posted on 18 May 2009

We have currently been experiencing user registration of "bots" on our site. These "bots" are computer programs that are used to simulate a human registering at the site. Once the program logs into the site, it begins posting unrelated information on our forums.

In hopes of correcting this, I have enabled a new system that new users have to type a series of number/letters they see in an image into a text box. If it successful, you should not have to worry with the images past your initial user account creation.

Please let me know if you are having problems with the new user validation system. My email is shannon at crappie101.com.

Thanks.

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