Hello-o-o-o-o-o-o-o! Echo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o! To anybody reading this that have followed my .htaccess blocks for blocking bots. I don't know that anybody is here anymore but, if you are still Hello to you! I've kept bots off my Webid site by blocking anything that used an older browser. Google and Firefox are both currently at Version 103. The bots usually used an older browser user-agent signature but, in recent days they have been using chrome/103 and have been trying to register on my Webid site. Fortunately for me, I have backup security protocols and if the bots don't type in the correct information, they will be rejected silently. I'm not going to mention it here what it is because the bots were in here before and may still be in here. I've gone ahead and blocked the latest chrome/103 browser in my .htaccess file. I don't like doing that but, I feel like I had to. It's not like people are using my Webid site so, it doesn't matter that I block that browser. If you want to see my .htaccess blocks then search this forum. Seeing that the bots have upped their game, I will recommend keeping an eye on your Webid sites because the bots are starting to get even more brutal now. I hope the bots don't keep updating their user-agent browser number because then, I will have to figure out what is in common with the bots that I have to block. It's so much more easier to just block older browser numbers. By the way, the bots seem to like to come in to my Webid Site to register through the adsearch.php page. I hope you all are doing well! Best wishes to you all!