and extension to the email module to allow for links to emails address contact form as an image with the email address in it
This module adds the link for refreshing image into very popular module for widget image_captcha.
Installation is like with all normal drupal modules: extract the 'image_captcha_refresh' folder from the tar ball to the modules directory from your website (typically sites/all/modules).
The configuration page is at admin/config/people/captcha, where you can configure the CAPTCHA module and enable the image CAPTCHA for the desired forms.
This project has been sponsored by:
Volcanoideas Drupal consulting and development.
Port to drupal 6 developed by Aleksandr Fedorov.
This is a hungarian CAPTCHA, that asks the user "What day it is today?". In english this isn't a good solution, because better robots can answer this - as you can think, this is not the case in the hungarian language :)
The module offers 3 different questions:
- What day it is today?
- What day it is going to be tomorrow?
- What day was it yesterday?
Restrict the contact form so that logged-in users cannot change their sender e-mail address or name on the site and personal contact forms. This stops logged-in users from spoofing e-mail and/or using the "Send yourself a copy" feature to send spam.
Also, add the text "(Unverified)" to the sender name of messages sent from the contact forms by anonymous users.
This module is essentially a backport of the patch at #601776-98: Remove the ability of registered users to change the sender name or email address in contact forms., except that this module removes the name and e-mail fields entirely. That patch is currently (29 Jul 2012) committed and pushed to Drupal 8, and awaiting backport to Drupal 7. This module is for people who don't wish to wait.
This method does not entirely stop spoofing on its own. The user can still change his account e-mail address and then send a message. A supporting technique like http://drupal.org/project/email_required must be used to stop this.
Integrates with the spam module to allow users to mark a piece of content as spam. Depending on their role, this will increment the spam value for that piece of content. A user can only mark a piece of content once, and only if the content is not already considered spam.
I wrote this module with the intent of using it on Drupal.org.