this hacker who hijacks threads page 1

Thu, Dec 28 2017 20:28
whalers90
Posts 870

why not just kill his accounts & then shut down the new member process? no new members can sign up until peachy sees fit.  

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Thu, Dec 28 2017 20:29
whalers90
Posts 870

if shutting down is 1 month, 6 months or 2 years so be it

 

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Tue, Jan 2 2018 20:30
whalers90
Posts 870

he still just keeps asserting spam into threads.  

when is peachy moderators going to delete his account & shut down the ability to create new accounts for EVERYONE.  that's the best way to combat this nonsense.  

it's getting tiring

 

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Sat, Feb 10 2018 9:45
whalers90
Posts 870

still hijacking threads & the only response is yelling "go away" ....??? seriously?  

delete the account & shut down the ability to become a new member for a while.  it's a simple fix instead you need to keep warming users not to click on his spam links. 

delete him & shut off new user registration for a while. 

please already, the hijacking is becoming annoying

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Sun, Mar 11 2018 21:33
whalers90
Posts 870

instead of continually letting him do a new ID, how about shutting down ALL new accounts for a while, 3 months, 6 months,9 months. .. I like coming here but it's 15,20,30 posts hijacked daily.  

instead of NOT answering this post, how about do something like that, I've seen my fair share of forums that do not allow new accounts due to " too many users".

just do that for 6 months or so or depending on results & then go from there.  am I making sense?  

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Tue, Mar 13 2018 20:51
Zelda_Man
Virginia
Posts 30

I don't think that is the answer.  But what I would suggest is that this site creat a "usermap" similar to how gamefaqs.com does.  When a user breaks the rules to the point of a complete ban and/or suspension, their IP is tied to this "usermap" and makes it harder to make new accounts.  Obvioiusly, there are ways around it via a friends computer or at the library but it's just one more thing to make it less worthwhile to break the rules.

I've seen the crazy threads that were hacks or some such nonsense.  Another idea would be to not allow more than a certain number of posts for new users, and as the account matures, more posting privilages are granted.

Just my suggestions. 

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