Over the past weeks we have seen an influx of spammers that register to the website. The forum spam filters a lot of them, but each day a few get through. Spammers leave a simply post or reply for weeks and then re-login. These are not bots, that's real people creating them through a myriad of IPs. The new trick I observed is that spammers post a valid response. Then weeks later they return and edit their message by inserting a spam link. So in an abundance of replies, such a link easily is missed and stays there. For that reason, I have disabled the ability for registered users to edit their content after one day. A series of spammers reply to an existing post, often with a simple but valid response. However, in that reply, they edit the quote of a valid post from for example you, and inject a link into some of the words. Again, that's very clever and often goes unnoticed. I'd like to ask everybody to keep an eye out, it'll remain to be a cat and mouse game. Albeit spam is increasing a bit lately, 98% of the accounts and spam is filtered before people even can post it. If you notice something like described as above, please hit the report button and we'll sort it out. Currently, I am looking into adding an extra user group where only members that have been around for 2 months or longer, can edit their posts as normal. Update: This change is in effect. If you have been a member for longer than 60 days and have at least ten posts your account will be updated the next time you log in so you may edit your own posts at all times. Still can't edit own posts older than a day? Then you keep yourself logged in at all times, mandatory is a new login for the settings to kick in. Logout, login, done.