Lately I have been receiving a lot of spam on my personal blog's guestbook.
I have programmed it manually so I have full control over the code. (It's in spanish, don't mind if you don't understand a word of it).
Most of the spam messages have this information:
Name: lindi + (2 random chars)
Email: lindi+(2 random chars)+@mail.com
Site: some online pharmacy link.
Text: A list of links to buy online products from that business.
I usually receive about 10 submissions per day with this content. My first attempt to solve this was to set up a administrator confirmation for every submission, so the post is stored in the database but I have to read it before it is published.
But the messages keep coming even if I don't approve any of them. So I think it is about an automatic submission program that is attacking my website.
What do you think that will be the best solution for this?
-Should I set up a Human-Confirmation image for every submission?
-Can I install some script to monitor the posts and find some pattern to filter and avoid new messages from coming?
-Can I report this to any organization by sending them the website address and the IP from the post account? (sorry if I'm being innocent, but never have this issue before).