Is it possible to restrict form submission on websites with a firewall to stop spammy and bot submissions? I manage a domain for a golf course in Cornwall who suffer with emails from non-genuine accounts. Looking for a way to detect and restrict bots on the page if possible. Thanks!
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You can’t restrict form submission on your website with Firewall however you can use Captcha for instance. Depending on the application you use, it will need different configuration however, here are the steps that are the same for every application:
To implement Captcha v2 in a web application, you can follow these steps:
Sign up for reCAPTCHA: Go to the reCAPTCHA website (https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin/create) and sign up for an account. You will need to provide your website URL and select the reCAPTCHA version you want to use (v2 “I’m not a robot” checkbox).
Register your website: Once you have signed up for reCAPTCHA, you will need to register your website and obtain the site key and secret key. You can do this by clicking on the “Admin Console” button on the reCAPTCHA website and following the instructions provided.
From there you’ll need to implement it in your website.