This simple WordPress plugin prevents a “non registered” commentator to use the identity (login or e-mail address) of a registered user. It gives the anonymous user a choice of loging in, registering, or choosing another identity.
Don’t let them steal your online identity!
One limitation of vanilla WordPress is that it lets anyone register comments using any identity they like.
It does not enforce unicity of commentator’s apparent identity.
More preoccupying, anyone can use another person’s login as their commentator identity.
This plugin fixes that. In order to post comments under a registered user’s identity, it will enforce that you are logged-on.
Otherwise, you will have to either log-in, or choose another identity for posting your comment.
Compatible with PHP5.
Ce plugin est entièrement traduit en français.
Drop me a line on my YD Prevent Comment Impersonation plugin support site to report bugs, ask for specific feature or improvement, or just tell me how you’re using it.
Original development of this plugin has been paid for by Nogent Citoyen. Please visit their site!
- 0.1.0. Initial beta release of 2011/03/30
Did you like it?
Drop me a line on http://www.yann.com/en/wp-plugins/yd-prevent-comment-impersonation
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WordPress automatic installation is fully supported and recommended.
- Where should I ask questions?
I will answer only on that page so that all users can benefit from the answer.
So please come back to see the answer or subscribe to that page’s post comments.
- Puis-je poser des questions et avoir des docs en français ?
Oui, l’auteur est français.
(“but alors… you are French?”)
- What is your e-mail address?
It is mentioned in the comments at the top of the main plugin file. However, please prefer comments on the plugin page (as indicated above) for all non-private matters.
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Contributors & Developers
“YD Prevent Comment Impersonation” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Initial beta release