Posts by matthewlymer


    A website we manage uses perch forms and akismet to manage spam. They do however get some false-positives.

    In this instance, perch does not save files (it skips file submission if Spam is identified). I have attempted to adjusted the following code:

    1. if (!$spam && PerchUtil::count($SubmittedForm->files)) {

    by removing the "!$spam &&" part. This allows file submission partly (the file is added to the submission in the CMS, but it says "File not found" and doesn't actually save the file.

    If we ignore the potential security risks of allowing spammy files to be saved, is there a solution you can offer for enabling this functionality?