User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3.2; Linux) (KHTML, like Gecko) Build Identifier: An spamer (or any other **** person) can insert propaganda in the title and/or content of bug. For example : Wins $20.00 clicking Here!!!! Buy viagra now only for $10.00!!! Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Login in Bugzilla. Click to enter a new bug 2.In the summary and/or details fields insert, in example, the following text : Buy viagra now only for $10.00!!! Actual Results: The propaganda is happily inserted and, is too easy to create a simple robot to make it an automated process. Expected Results: Filter it and deny this practice and/or make any check to ensure that the "caller" is a human, not a robot. For example, by typing a text that is displayed in an image. I found the same bug in Mantis Bugtracker.
I really don't know if we'd want to do that. That's the kind of thing that would best be handled by fast acting folks getting the bugmail to disable the offender's account. One thing making that harder to do is you have to sign up for an account before you can file a bug, and the email address they sign up with has to work before they can get in (because it mails the password). People have the same problems with comments on their blogs.
Maybe a configurable parameter that will turn on/off a CAPTCHA test upon account creation or/and comment posting?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Summary: No anti-spamer filters are applied to the title and/or content of the Bug → No anti-spamer filters are applied to the title and/or content of the bug
mkanat and me both agree with justdave: we don't want that. I would hate having to type the text displayed in an image everytime I do some changes => WONTFIX.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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