WPForms is a very popular plugin for creating contact forms, and a free version is available in the WordPress.org repository. But both versions have very basic spam protection, and that’s why coreSecurity Pro has an Antispam feature for the WPForms plugin.
We have used the Gravity Forms plugin on Dev4Press for over ten years now, and having a good antispam solution is essential to keep contact form entries clean and not waste time sorting out what is spam or not.
Version 1.4 is a huge update for coreSecurity Pro, with four new features, improvements to the banning IPs process, a new method for handling security headers, new log events, and various improvements and fixes.
Version 1.3 is a big update for coreSecurity Pro, bringing one new major feature, support for Spamhaus DNSBL, many improvements to the Antispam and Registration Control features, and various other updates and improvements.
coreSecurity Pro is a brand-new plugin focusing on WordPress website security by implementing over 20 features that deal with spam, firewall, file scanning, login and registration control, security headers, and more.
A lot of work has been done on the GD Security Toolbox Pro in the past few weeks, mostly related to registration filtering, antispam addon, and CSP addon. The new version will be released on March 18, 2020.
The new version of our security plugin brings many improvements into the built-in Antispam addon, most notably, support for GravityForms and the ability to scan and mark incoming form submissions as spam.