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September 14, 2015
12 Best Anti-Spam Plugins for WordPress 2019

Combating WordPress comment spam is an ongoing process and can be done with (a) the help of plugins or (b) with a little bit of tweaking the discussion settings in WordPress. In this tutorial, we focus on both methods. The 2 factors you should consider while deciding your next anti-spam plugin should be:

  1. Amount of traffic
  2. Number of comments

If both the numbers are on the lower end (for example, when you’re starting off a blog), you can go for technique (b), i.e. tweaking WordPress settings to manually prevent spam. It’s quite interesting to see just how much WordPress has to offer.

In part (a), i.e. preventing spam using WordPress antispam plugins, we first take a look at the important features an antispam plugin should have. Then we dive into the plugin list.

Essential Features of a WordPress Antispam Plugin

There is lots you could look for in an antispam WordPress plugin, but there are a handful of key features that you really must consider. Let’s take a look!

Zero Client Side Actions

Client side actions, other than writing the comment, should be kept as low as possible – ideally zero. Your plugin should not ask your genuine commentator to check/uncheck a checkbox or type in an unintelligible captcha image. Entering captcha for comments significantly hampers the user experience and should be avoided.

Minimal WordPress Database Impact

Nip it at the bud

A good anti-spam plugin should not allow the spam comment to be entered into the WordPress database. As a result, the number of SQL transactions decrease, which means lower server load, i.e. improved performance – even during peak traffic hours. This risk here though, is if the antispam algorithm goes wrong, a genuine comment can be lost forever (oops).

Block New User Registration Spam

The WordPress registration page allows users to register on your website. The registration process is pretty straight forward and can be easily automated by bots.

Why Do We Need To Stop It? Once registered, a user can post as many comments as he pleases, without being filtered. This is the normal Discussion setting in a new installation of WordPress. Therefore, you can either change the default settings, or use a plugin that blocks new user registration spam.

Trackback Validation

Trackback Validation consists of a filter that compares the client IP address of the incoming trackback against the IP address of the server. If both of them don’t match, then it is spam.


Statistics help in tracking and analysis of data. The plugin should provide weekly or monthly statistics of detected spam.


As with many plugins, some are free and some are paid. Some of the plugins, such as Antispam Bee, are completely free. Other solutions, such as Akismet and CloudTalk, are paid options for commercial and business websites.

1. Akismet


The number one WordPress antispam plugin in the repository, developed by the Automattic team – Akismet brings enterprise level spam protection to your WordPress site. Admittedly, our list wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t mention Akismet, the defacto anti-spam plugin for WordPress. With over 5 million active installs, Akismet is, without a doubt, the most popular WordPress anti-spam plugin around. It’s a superb solution to combat spam, especially comment spam.

Akismet anti-spam plugin comes pre-installed on every WordPress site you create. All you have to do is activate the plugin and connect to your Akismet account via an API key, a process that is as simple as A, B, C. Once connected, Akismet kicks in immediately, helping you to stop spam using complex algorithms and rules. Plugin works by uploading all incoming comments to the Akismet server. Comments then undergo hundreds* of antispam algorithms (* we really don’t know the exact number). Correct comments are published, while the rest are thrashed to the spam queue. You can even view every comment’s status history to see which were spammed by a moderator, or put in the spam folder automatically.

The plugin is free for personal websites and nonprofits ONLY (view license terms). You will need to pay at least $5 per month if you want to use Akismet on a commercial website. The premium plans come with extra features such as advanced stats and priority support, making it well worth the price.

2. Antispam Bee

antispam bee

The next best choice after Akismet would be Anti-Spam Bee. This free plugin is full of great features, and doesn’t require registration like Akismet does. Anti-Spam Bee is free for personal and commercial use, so no matter your website you can be spam free. Antispam Bee is the only solution you need to eliminate spam comments and trackbacks effectively.

Antispam Bee is straightforward to use. You can stop spammers quickly without requiring CAPTCHAS and without sending personal data to third-party services. The plugin is also GDPR compliant and ships with a ton of excellent features.

You can expect options such as the ability to trust approved commenters, validate IP addresses, block users from certain countries, delete spam comments directly, set admin notifications, log spammers using Fail2Ban, clear your WordPress database of spam after a specified number of days (spam purging), and the list goes on and on. Plus the plugin offers monthly spam stats in your dashboard.

3. Hide My WP (Premium)

Hide My WP

With over 27k happy buyers, Hide My WP is the no.1 selling WordPress security plugin on CodeCanyon. But don’t be deceived by the name – Hide My WP offers you full spam protection and more. It’s a premium set of tools that make your website invisible and invincible to hackers, theme detectors, and spammers (watch the video above).

Hide My WP does precisely that. It hides your entire site from the trashy guys. It protects whatever URL you want, including wp-login, and renames the wp-admin URL to confuse the bad guys even more. To keep you safe, Hide My WP detects and nips SQL Injection attacks in the bud, among other things.

Hide My WP has an excellent user rating and is compatible with BuddyPress, bbPress, and so much more. It’s the ultimate security and anti-spam plugin for your WordPress website.

4. Cleantalk Spam Protection


Cleantalk Spam Protection is a simple yet powerful cloud-based WordPress anti-spam plugin suitable for beginners as well as experienced users. It steers clear of feature bloat, offering you just what you need to stop spammers without bogging down your website. While they do offer a 14 day free trial, once it expires you will need to purchase the Cleantalk service for a very modest $8 per year.

The plugin helps you to stop spam registrations, comments, contact emails, orders, bookings, subscriptions, surveys, as well as spam in widgets, search forms, and WooCommerce. Comments are first uploaded to CleanTalks’ cloud servers wherein they undergo multiple validation checks. These checks include – comment submitted too quickly, JavaScript disabled, blacklisted HTTP links and many more. Valid comments are then allowed, while the rest are sent to the spam queue. On top of that, Cleantalk checks and removes existing spam comments and users.

Cleantalk Spam Protection is compatible with your favorite tools, including Contact Form 7, Ninja Forms, WPForms, MailChimp, Jetpack comments, BuddyPress, S2Member, Mailpoet, and so much more. It’s easy to use since it doesn’t come with CAPTCHA, puzzles, questions, math riddles et al.

5. Titan Antispam & Security

Titan Anti-spam

Titan Antispam & Security is more than just a WordPress anti-spam plugin; it’s a whole suite of security features. The plugin offers you a security scanner, firewalls, security audits, real-time IP blacklisting, malware scanner, and the ability to repair corrupt files.

But even with all these features, Titan Antispam & Security spots an easy-to-use and intuitive interface that makes spam blocking a breeze. The plugin was initially a simple spam blocker. However thanks to a recent mega update, the plugin morphed into a comprehensive WordPress security solution for all types of websites.

There are no annoying CAPTCHAs, and if you need more features, Titan Antispam & Security offers you a fabulous range of premium add-ons. It has over 200k active installs at the time of writing, meaning you’re in safe hands.

6. WP Armour

WP Armour

The WP Armour plugin is a honeypot. When talking about spam, a honeypot is a technique to add a special hidden field that normal site visitors cannot see. It’s a trap for bots if you will, because when a bot happens upon the field it will enter a value in the field (since that’s what it’s coded to do). This will then indicate that the submitter was not human and to mark the form submission as spam.

This plugin offers you a helpful tool to eliminate spam while hardening your WordPress site. Another notable feature includes compatibility with many top forms such as Contact Form 7, bbPress, Gravity Forms, Toolset, Elementor, Divi and more. Plus WP Armour is also GDPR complainant, so no need to worry about special cookie or tracking disclosures..

7. WordPress Zero Spam

Zero Spam

I like the no-CAPTCHA approach that many anti-spam plugin developers are following nowadays. It saves your readers the agony of answering questions, filling out CAPTCHAs, and solving riddles, which streamlines the user experience. At the same time, it saves you the trouble of moderating spam comments, which eats time.

WordPress Zero Spam has embodied this approach, offering you a stress-free way of obliterating spam on your website. All you have to do is install and activate the WordPress Zero Spam plugin, and that’s it. The plugin takes over and starts blocking 99.9% of spam on your website using server and client side JavaScript key validation to prevent bots from spamming. Essentially, users cannot comment without JavaScript enabled.

WordPress Zero Spam integrates seamlessly with the usual suspects, including Contact Form 7, Gravity Forms, Ninja Forms, BuddyPress, and WPForms, among others. What’s more? You can block spammy IP addresses from ever seeing your website.

8. Stop Spammers

Stop Spammers

As far as WordPress anti-spam plugins go, Stop Spammers is a renowned spam assassin. Ridiculously easy to configure and use, Stop Spammers offers you a lot of power to protect yourself from the spam demon. It works right out of the box, meaning you needn’t touch anything to annihilate spammers.

Stop Spammers Spam Prevention helps to prevent comment spam, as well as limits login attempts. The plugin ships with over 50 configuration options and utilizes over 20 different checks for spam and malicious events to detect spam. When the plugin flags a comment or login attempt, users are allowed a second attempt via a denied request page. Here users are presented with a captcha screen in order to prevent them from being blocked. The Captcha can range from OpenCaptcha, Google reCaptcha, or SolveMedia Captcha.

Now with a new, improved UI, you can easily combat spam comments, emails, registrations, spambots, and spammers. Whenever needed, you can run diagnostic tests and view spam activity with a click.

The team behind the Stop Spammers outdid themselves. You will enjoy the many free features, even if you can spring for the premium plan that offers you more robust and dynamic security for your WordPress site. Not a word more.

9. Captcha Code

Captcha Code is a simple free anti-spam plugin for all types of WordPress sites. It’s especially useful if you want to block spam on your login, registration, password recovery, and comments forms.

Thanks to new updates and integrations, you can use Captcha Code to stop spam on pretty much all types of WordPress forms, not just the above mentioned. The plugin allows you to add simple alphanumeric, alphabet or numbers captchas to various forms without breaking a sweat.

10. Stop WP Comment Spam

Stop WP Comment Spam

Clean up your comments section with the Stop WP Comment Spam plugin. It’s a quick, easy and free way to keep spam from taking over your posts. With the plugin installed, you can automatically prevent spam and hold flagged comments for review in the “spam” tab (where you can manually review and approve or delete comments). Or you can enable a setting to automatically delete all spam – either immediately, or after being held for a set number of days.

Notable features include automated spam filters, option to delete or hold for reviews, and compatibility with other WordPress security plugins. You can upgrade to Stop Spam Pro for added features such as: human spam recognition and machine learning, form protection, fake WordPress & WooCommerce user registration prevention, spam statistics and more.

11. Disable Comments

Disable Comments

Had enough with the comment spam and want to get rid of comments completely? No problem! This is the plugin for you! But joking aside, the Disable Comments plugin is a helpful tool to manage comments settings site-wide. It offers easy options to disable comments for posts, pages, media or other post types – and it even works great on multi-site. So whether you want to turn off comments for everything, or just on your staff post type, Disable Comments can help.

Bonus: WordPress Discussion Settings to Prevent Spam

The settings for controlling comments in WordPress is available under Settings > Discussion. Please note that this is the manual method of preventing/combating spam and is usually the most effective when you have a few comments every day. However, if you have over 1000 daily comments, it is more feasible to use an antispam plugin.

Let’s discuss certain ways to use these default WordPress settings to prevent spam. We will discuss one section at a time.

Default Article Settings

manual-anitspam-01-default article settings

Simply disable trackbacks and pingbacks to save yourself from half the spam traffic. Only allow people to post comments on new articles.

Other Comment Settings

other comment settings

It is almost always necessary for the comment author to enter his name/email before commenting. WordPress enables this by default. If you require users to log in before leaving comments then this will cut down on a significant amount of spam This step might be a turn off for few legit readers who want to leave a comment but don’t want to sign in. Therefore you must carefully analyze before enabling this feature.

You should disable comments on posts older than 90 days in a fairly active blog. However, if you keep updating articles, make sure to change the published date so that the 90 days boundary doesn’t overlap. Keep Threaded comments to the default or increase it if required.

E-mail Me Whenever

email me whenever

You can use this feature if you don’t get thousands of comments on your posts. You will get email notifications for every comment that pops up and you can mark it spam right away cutting down on a section of spam comments.

Before a Comment Appears

before a comment appears

Allowing readers who have previously left a comment, to leave a comment again without requiring any approval, will help you cut down the legit comments in the moderation queue. You’ll only have to focus on the remainder of users, mostly of which will be spam.

Comment Moderation

comment moderation

I suggest you use a value of 2. This ideally allows guest bloggers to leave at most one outgoing link (link bait) in their comment. Building an effective comment moderation blacklist is a very time-consuming process, with equally beneficial payoffs. However, you can leverage this setting as an effective profanity filter. Simply add the profane words to the list and all such comments will be added to the moderation queue.

Comment Blacklist

comment blacklist

Comment Blacklist is stricter version of the Comment Moderation Blacklist, where if a comment contains a blacklisted word, it is sent to the spam queue, instead of the moderation queue. The benefit – saves your time.

We covered a lot in this post, and hopefully you’ll find some of it useful in your spam blocking efforts. What’s your favorite way of combating spam? Do you know of an awesome antispam plugin we haven’t listed? Let us know in the comments section below!

Article by Sourav guest author
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  1. pradeep

    i am using GASP from past few months and this is really useful plugins when it come to stop spammers spoil your blog.. but now i will surely try few more from your list..
    thanks, Saurav

  2. stk

    Great listiing, which is true for outside of Germany/Europe. Acc. to our laws Akismet has a privacy issue which leverages AntiSpamBee on No. 1! Anyone who is keen on privacy policy should have a closer look to AntiSpamBee as alternative to Akismet.

    • Kyla

      Good to know! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Julian

      checkout Send Denial – a new plugin no GDPR issues it just works no impact on users or hijacking of wp-admin. you are welcome 🙂

  3. Kaleb

    Thanks for this great list. It’s been 4 days since I installed GoodbyeCaptcha and it has stopped 100% of the 874 comment spam attempts on my web site. I am so impressed with this plugin. ZERO spam comments got past GoodbyeCaptcha.
    Thanks again for this post

    • Sourav

      Hi Kaleb, thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear that Goodbye Captcha is working so well for you.

  4. Abid Naimat

    Thanks for sharing!

  5. Vince

    I’ve used Akismet with all of my blogs and it really works wonders. I’ll certainly try out some of this anti-spam plugins when I get a new one. Thanks for this list.

  6. Kaos Distro

    i will try anti spam bee plugin to my site

  7. aleks

    I’m using CleanTalk more than 3 years and I didn’t have spam. It’s great when a have statistics about all my comments/registration

  8. dubestate

    I’m using CleanTalk in trail period its a nice spam plugin. but unfortunately when i want to upgrade my membership then they offer me 8$ but when i open payment form then they show me to pay 16 dollars. Its a fake company. and cheating with his clients.

    • Kyla

      Oh no! That’s a bummer!

    • Meppyman

      They are definitely not a fake company, as for cheating their clients? They definitely make the checkout painful/confusing on purpose… It really is US$8 for their basic option per year. But when you select it they automatically update the selection options to 3 years for 3 websites (at a discount though) so you have to manually change it to 1 year and 1 website to get the USD8 option (they also select your home currency, which was AUD for me and so that price is slightly different of course).

      Still extremely cheap, but they definitely pile on the marketing BS. They claimed to have stopped hundreds of spam in my trial and sent me a lot of emails before I opted out (ironic really as I was starting to feel spammed… but I had opted in so I wasn’t too upset), but the site I had it on doesn’t get that much traffic and only had a few opt ins total. I think they inflate that number with the blocking of IPs of known spambots.

      That all said I am going to pay for it and test it out to see how it performs compared to CRM specific opt in filtering that is available at a much higher price (usually around $10 a month not a year!).

      • Kyla

        Thank you for clearing that up! I wish they would make the checkout easier and more transparent, but good to know that you can in fact sign up for the $8 plan. If you want to keep us updated I’d love to know how CLeanTalk works out for your site.

    • ikomrad

      Thanks for the tip on Cleantalk, I’m trying it now.

  9. El Taller Del Bit

    Hello, i discovered WP Spamshield last year and since then i use it. I love the functionallitys of this plugin, but recently i discovered that the plugin uses a lot of memory and causes error 500 on my server. What other plugin would you use?
    I need an automatic plugin that doesn´t use human captcha and that applies to all forms (like register, login…), just like WP SPAMSHIELD does.

    I think Akismet is not a good solution because it proved to me that a lot of SPAM obtain access to be published (at least i tested it in a forum website with BBPRESS plugin and i had to clean manually all spam entries….more than 100.000 ..)

    What do you all think about WP SPAMSHIELD memory consumption?
    Alternatives please?

  10. Rudy

    thanks, i am very tired in one day i got 12 post spam in my website.
    this is give me idea, what the best for my website.

    i will try antispam bee

    thanks bro

  11. Biztech Store

    Thanks for sharing this great post. What do you think about that facebook comment will increase comment ratio?

    • AJ Clarke

      That really depends on your visitors/niche. Some example if your target audience is people between the ages of 13-18 then Facebook comments may work better then if your target audience is between 50-60 years old. You can always try it out for a bit and see how it works and if it’s a good fit for your site.

  12. Munna Hossain

    This is an excellent list. All the plugins here are really good. You can use any of the plugins after your own choice. Akismet is the best and most popular anti-spam plugin. It is also my favorite anti-spam plugin and I am using this plugin on my WordPress blog. WordPress zero spam is also an active and perfect protection plugin.

    We must use an anti-spam plugin on our blogs/websites so that we will be safe from spamming. Thanks for your really interesting article.

  13. preethi

    Thanks for sharing! It helped me a lot!

  14. Sam

    Thanks a lot for great information. I will try Akismet plugin and I am sure it will work fine on my website. Thanks again for helping me.

  15. Nick

    Thank you for this great list

  16. Michael

    WP-SpamShield is not free anymore and is not listed in the WordPress Plugin repository.
    You can get only get it direct from CodeCanyon but its $28 and seems to be no free option even for personal users. That’s a bugger because it looked to be very useful.

    I’d like a free one that deals with contact form spam as well please? Suggestions?

    • AJ Clarke

      Oh that’s a bummer! Unfortunately it happens a lot with plugins because there are so many people asking questions and wanting free help support a free plugin can be extremely costly and time consuming. In terms of a contact form I would recommend actually using a contact form with built-in SPAM protection such as re-captcha most of the best plugins either have SPAM protection built-in or a compatible add-on plugin.

  17. Lou

    Great post. I am experiencing some of these issues as well..

  18. joel

    thank you very much for this tutorial I am a beginner in blogging and I encounter serious problem with a mass of spam that I receive all day with I think I want to get out, good job thank you.

  19. Nedry

    Hi, thanks for your helpful post. I’m looking for an alternative to Cleantalk and it seems WP-SpamShield might be worth trialling. It might help readers of your post like me if you updated your link to the plugin on CodeCanyon as the link provided above is to the old plugin which was on (with the message: “This plugin has been closed and is no longer available for download”.).

  20. Mike

    Great article! I’ve already used Antispam Bee on a few sites for several years, and I know it blocks spam comments well.

    However, is there a plugin that can detect and provide bulk-deletion of existing spam comments? I have a client who has over 98,000 pending comments, every one of which I’ve seen so far has been spam. I know there are plugins for bulk deletion sight unseen, but is there an antispam plugin that will check existing comments for spam en masse?

    Thanks either way!


    • Kyla

      I believe Cleantalk can filter/delete existing spam comments but I would send the developers a quick email just to confirm.

  21. Eric

    Check out Human Presence – They are the new guys on the block for WordPress but have been killing spam and bots in the Shopify space with their Shop Protector plugin for the past few years. I had numerous issues with form and comment spam, but installed their plugin and had zero issues afterward.

  22. Supplier Bibit

    For almost 10 years I’ve been using Akismet to ward off spam comments that are often run by bots. So if the bot will put down its spam comments, Akismet will hold it first and put it in the spam comment category (I can also moderate if the comment can be published or not).

  23. Sunny

    Thanks a lot for great information. I will try Akismet plugin and I am sure it will work fine on my website. Thanks again for helping me.

  24. John

    Not all those plugins are also blocking contact forms!
    WP Spamshield was probably the best of them but just found out it has recently been removed from Codecanyon and the company’s site is not live anymore!

  25. Larry

    Akismet is NOT free for non-profits (including education) or if your blog or site displays ads or sells products or services or accepts donations. The free option is only legally available for personal non-commercial sites.

    See for details.

    • Kyla

      You are correct Larry, that’s why in the article it specifically says “Akismet is free for non-profit and personal use” and we mention that the commercial licenses start at $5/month. This list isn’t just for free plugins it’s just a recommendation of some of the ones out there free or premium. If you have other suggestions we’d love to hear them!

  26. Mik Foxi

    You can also use antibot cloud, this is a universal protection for any engines and sites on php. Even the free version protects 99% from any spam, and at the same time against hacking, brute, parsing of content. And people are less annoyed (people will see it for a couple of seconds when they visit the site) than complex captcha and solving all sorts of puzzles.

    • Kyla

      Sounds like that would be a great plugin – is it on

  27. Bibin PS

    Nice informative blog Kyla , I personally use Stop Spammers so yeah they are pretty neat. Also apart from comment spamming, contact form spamming is also a major headache for website owners. Antideo provides an API as well as an email validation WordPress plugin to help combat fake inquiries from fake email addresses. Would appreciate if you can add it to the list as well since it has a free tier that is more than enough for a small business

  28. Tony

    Since I run a commercial website, I was not able to use Akismet for free. I was able to find a free alternative called Ivertech Spam Free Contact. They use AI (artificial intelligence) to block spam. I haven’t received any spam messages after installing their contact form.

    • Kyla

      Interesting – I’ll wait to see if they release a WordPress specific plugin!

    • Manan Sharma

      That’s great to hear! It’s always frustrating to deal with spam on a website, so it’s good that you found a solution that works for you. AI-powered spam detection has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it’s great to see that it’s working effectively for you with Ivertech Spam Free Contact. Keep up the good work in maintaining a spam-free website!

  29. Uddeshya

    Thank you thank you! I use antispam bee and it helped me a lot.

  30. Kat

    WP SPAMSHIELD was my choice and for years it did an absolutely brilliant job.

    But as already mentioned (by an earlier commenter) the plugin is no more.

    Unavailable for purchase and the developer appears to have thrown in the towel. Disappointing for those that supported them with license purchases and very sad no communication or contact.

    Time to revise your article and remove reference to WP SPAMSHIELD as it isn’t an option anymore 🙁

    • Kyla

      Actually, it’s not on our list fo recommendations so no worries there – but I agree that it’s a shame when a good plugin gets retired! I did see something a while back that there was a compatibility issue (something about disabling other plugins if I remember), so perhaps it was easier to retire rather than recode the plugin…

  31. Tony M. Ochoa

    Thank you so much, I really think you have covered all the major anti spam plugins in this article, I will share this with my network as well.

  32. Gertrud Ziegelmeir

    Thank you for this amazing beginner-friendly description!!! I tried method (b), let’s see if it’s working ,-)))
    Best wishes, Gertrud

  33. Thomas

    Thanks for the list.
    Another concern is privacy. Besides a free alternatives like AntiSpam Bee which works locally other cloud based anti-spam filters are not privacy friendly and GDPR compliant. There are alternatives like OOPSpam which is pretty accurate and GDPR compliant.

  34. Nicole

    awesome thanks for the spam plugin shortlist!

  35. Alexis

    Askimet is not efficient on my different websites since a few weeks. I keep receiving dozens of spam by email ! Going to try one of the free captcha plugin that you recommand. Thanks for that.

  36. Jenn Mattern

    Just an FYI – WPBruiser has been un-supported (both free and premium add-ons) since at least early 2021. It’s not a viable solution anymore. And if you do buy premium features, you’ll never receive a response to support requests. Even the dev’s own site is full of errors now.

    • Kyla

      Oh no – thank you for letting us know! For now I’ve removed the link and I’ll try to find a good option to replace it with in the list.

  37. David

    We created a plugin specifically for Elelmentor forms.
    The elementor forms are great, but they get slammed with human form spam.
    The plugin we created is a conditional fail plugin.

    Essentially, you set a bunch of keywords or phrases that you don’t want to receive forms about, and then if anyone fills out the message area with any of these banned words/phrases, the form fails to send.

    For example:
    There’s no reason why a hair salon should be getting form submissions about SEO, marketing, web design (the list goes on).
    Add these into the banned words and any time someone tries to pitch the company through their form, the form fails.

    The business owner only gets contacts about the things they care about, and the human spammers get frustrated and move on to other forms.

    • Kyla

      That’s awesome! what’s the name of your plugin?

  38. Paul

    It’s good to see that there is more than just Akismet out there. Have you tried Spam Shield for WordPress yet? looks like another new one.

    • Kyla

      Actually, WP Spam Shield used to be on our list but it was closed a while back so I removed it.

  39. Sourav Basak

    Tackling the WordPress spam comments is a continuous process, and you can do that either with the help of any anti-spam plugin or by adjusting the discussion settings of your WordPress website. In this article, I will tell you about both options.

    Anyways, read the below. This might help.

    Sourav Basak
    Namaste UI

  40. Olivia Hansley

    Useful content. You have provided all major anti-spam plugins in this article, I like this post and I think they are definitely going to help me in the future.

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