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Machine Learning algorithm
Multiple blacklisted IPs lists
Language outlier detection algorithm
Spam word detection
Adult Content Detection
... and many more custom rules.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
OOPSpam API uses many different measurements to determine what seems to be spam and what does not. This includes multiple outputs from Machine Learning algorithms, up-to-date blacklisted IPs lists, spam words, and many more custom rules. The user (you!) directs their content to run through OOPSpam API and will get a Spam Score. This score gives you control for how conservative or liberal you would like to mark as spam.
Because in the real world, things are not black and white (or in this case, green and red)! What might be the best solution for one client could look very different than the next. We’ll give an example. Say you are a travel website offering high end tour packages. You unfortunately get a lot of spam in your contact form, but it’s also the biggest conversion tool you have. In this case, since missing a ‘real’ message would mean missing out on large amounts of money, you would want to be more liberal on what content you accept. On the other hand, if you have a travel blog where comments are nice to get but more inconsequential, you might want to be more conservative on what comments you accept so you don’t need to spend lots of time combing through potential real comments. We decided to provide this spam score as a way to give developers and website managers more control and ability to create something more custom to ‘WOW’ their clients .
The API will return Spam Score which will be a number between 0 to 6. Besides Spam Score, It will also contain other details. It is up to you to decide your threshold based on Spam Score. Usually, a score 3 or above can be considered as spam.
We don’t have or store your data in our database, however it does run through Rapid API. Sometimes a customer may contact us to further analyze a request- this is possible on our end by accessing the requested data through the Rapid API Dashboard. We do not and will not process your data in any other way.
Yes. Once you have a key, you can use it in our WordPress plugin as well as on any other integrated platforms.