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BannedRegexps

<div align=“right” style=“overflow:auto; height: 1px;”> # 2006-09-05 Typically this is used by stupid spammers who are trying to post raw HTML to the site. <u style=“display: none;”> # 2006-09-05 Typically this is used by stupid spammers who are trying to post raw HTML to the site. \[url[]=] # 2007-04-24 Typically this is used by stupid spammers who are trying to post bbcode to the site. \b(href

\b(href\bgecco-logistics\.org\b # 2007-04-17 This company replaced a regular wiki page with a job offer. \n\d{9,}\n # 2006-10-18 Sometimes it seems that spammers are leaving behind strange markers. This pattern stops one of these: A sequence of at least nine digits on a line by itself. ^[A-Za-z].* .*\n$ # 2006-09-30 This pattern prevents you from saving a single line on a page. Many spammers would replace an entire page with something trivial like “Good Site!” and their URL. This pattern prevents the vandalism, but requires that you use the Enter or Return key to add a linebreak somewhere. The pattern still allows
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and #REDIRECT one-liners. http://\S+ \
style)=.*\b(hrefstyle)=.*\b(hrefstyle)= # 2007-01-07 Typically this is used by stupid spammers who are trying to post raw HTML to the site. Since occasional HTML examples will often contain href= and style=, the regular expressions requires at least three occurences on a single line. Put these on separate lines if you want to circumvent this ban.
style)=[^”’>] # 2007-01-07 This rule bans invalid links. These are often used by spammers. Use single or double quotes around the attribute value to circumvent this rule or using Perl code (-href=>$url)
http://\S+ # 2006-09-25 This pattern was seen by a strange spam bot vandalizing a lot of pages. Usually the URLs appear to be non-existing random [a-z]+ URLs, which is why a more specific pattern could not be used.