Spam Wipe

CSW protects your site from SPAM comments, posts, track-backs, ping-backs, etc.

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Comment SPAM Wiper is a SPAM solution designed to automatically protect your site from SPAM comments, posts, track-backs, ping-backs, etc. This way you don’t have to waste any time to approve / disapprove each comment posted on your site.

Comment SPAM protection for your site

Tired Of comment SPAM

Comment SPAM (blog SPAM) is a form of spamindexing. Mostly it is done automatically by posting random comments or promoting commercial services to blogs, wikis, guestbooks, discussion boards, etc. The scope is to artificially increases the spammer’s site search engine ranking.

Need SPAM Protection

Comment SPAM Wiper is a distributed solution for fighting comment SPAM that automatically filters the SPAM posts / comments. This way you don’t have to waste any time to approve / disapprove each comment posted on your site.

Sign-up Now

CSW is currently FREE OF CHARGE. All you need to start is an API Key. After you sign-up an API Key will be emailed to you. From then on you can use CSW without restrictions.

Accessing Comment SPAM Wiper

Option 1: CSW Plugins

Comment SPAM Wiper is hosted on our servers but you can use it by using the CSW plugins or SDK. The easiest way is to use CSW plugins.

Option 2: CSW SDK

If the plugins for your platform are not available you can use the CSW SDK. The SDK gives you direct access to the CSW API.

API Key Requirement

No matter which you use you'll need an API Key. It is used for gaining access to the CSW API and it is granted per-site.

Why spam wipe?


CSW is learning as it runs becoming smarter with every comment posted.


The CSW API is highly-optimized for speed.

Easy To Use

All you have to do is sign-up and use the API Key provided with the plugin or SDK.

Recent Post

Effective Strategies to Automatically Protect Your Website from SPAM

Protect Your Website from SPAM

Protecting your website from spam is crucial for maintaining its integrity, user experience, and security. Implementing effective strategies to combat spam automatically can save you time and resources while safeguarding your website’s reputation. Here are some strategies to consider:


Implement CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) or reCAPTCHA on your website’s forms and login pages. CAPTCHA requires users to complete a challenge, such as typing distorted text or selecting images, to prove they are human. reCAPTCHA is a more advanced version that uses machine learning algorithms to distinguish between humans and bots. Both CAPTCHA and reCAPTCHA help prevent automated spam submissions by verifying user authenticity.

Email Verification

Email Verification

Require users to verify their email addresses before completing specific actions on your website, such as registering for an account or submitting a form. Sending a verification email with a unique confirmation link ensures that users are genuine and helps reduce spam registrations and submissions.

Honeypot Technique

Implement the honeypot technique to trap spam bots without disrupting the user experience. This technique involves adding hidden form fields that are invisible to human users but visible to bots. If a bot fills out these fields, the submission is flagged as spam and automatically rejected. Since genuine users won’t interact with hidden fields, the honeypot technique effectively filters out spam bots.

Akismet Plugin

Utilize the Akismet plugin, which is available for popular content management systems like WordPress, to automatically filter spam comments and form submissions. Akismet uses advanced algorithms and data from millions of websites to identify and block spam, reducing the need for manual moderation.

Blocklist and Whitelist Filtering

Maintain a blocklist of known spam domains, IP addresses, email addresses, and keywords to automatically block spam submissions. Additionally, create an allowlist of trusted domains, email addresses, and keywords to ensure legitimate submissions are not accidentally flagged as spam. Regularly update your blocklist and allow it to adapt to evolving spam patterns.

Content Filtering

Content Filtering

Implement content filtering algorithms to analyze form submissions and comments for suspicious or malicious content. Use pattern matching, keyword analysis, and machine learning techniques to identify and block spam content automatically. You can also allow users to report spam submissions, which can help improve the effectiveness of your content filtering system over time.

Rate Limiting

Apply rate-limiting measures to prevent spam bots from overwhelming your website with excessive submissions or requests. Set limits on the number of form submissions, comments, or login attempts allowed within a specific period. This helps mitigate the impact of spam attacks and ensures that your website’s resources are not consumed unnecessarily.

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

Deploy a web application firewall (WAF) to protect your website from various types of online threats, including spam attacks. A WAF analyzes incoming traffic and filters out malicious requests, including spam submissions, before they reach your website’s server. Choose a WAF solution with built-in spam protection features to enhance your website’s security.


Implementing effective strategies to protect your website from spam automatically is essential for maintaining its functionality, security, and reputation. By utilizing CAPTCHA and reCAPTCHA, email verification, the honeypot technique, Akismet plugin, blocklist and allowlist filtering, content filtering, rate limiting, and web application firewall (WAF), you can significantly reduce the impact of spam and create a safer and more enjoyable experience for your users. Regularly monitor and update your spam protection measures to stay ahead of emerging threats and ensure ongoing effectiveness.

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