When I released Bad Behavior 2, I noted that due to time constraints I was unable to complete everything on the roadmap. Most of that is because spammers have dramatically stepped up their activity in recent weeks and the new version provides greatly improved protection against their attacks. Part of it is that as an unpaid project, I can only devote so much spare time to it.
Now that Bad Behavior 2.0 has stabilized, it’s time to update the roadmap in preparation for the next minor (2.1) and major (3.0) releases.
Bad Behavior 2.0.5 has been released to provide small bug fixes.
New in this release (since 2.0.4):
- A bug affecting MediaWiki and ExpressionEngine users, and possibly others, caused database errors to be thrown when a POST request was received. This has been fixed. (I thought I’d fixed this previously, but apparently not. This one should fix it for real.)
- A couple of additional spambots have been identified and blocked.
As always, if you find Bad Behavior valuable, please consider making a financial contribution. I develop Bad Behavior in my spare time, and every little bit means I have more spare time to devote to its development.