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Registration screen should have Captcha option


Captcha protection on registration is even more important than on comments.


sebastienros wrote Nov 27, 2012 at 8:33 PM

Should be extensible, LogOn is a Part. We use a fake content item in edit mode to render the login form. / registration.


kurtmang wrote Dec 29, 2013 at 12:32 AM

I am getting overloaded by spam user registrations and I'm afraid it's not apparent how to recaptcha protect the registration form.

Piedone wrote Oct 30, 2014 at 3:52 PM

LogOn is NOT a part neither registration what this issue is about.

As I can see the best generic way to fight spam with registration would be to inject a fake content item's display into the registration page (can be done through an MVC filter) so you can attach antispam parts to itand in IUserEventHandler.Created() check for validity.

That is, if you want to implement it yourself. Otherwise we could have some official way of doing this, even by building a dynamic page for registration.