We plan to sunset Spam Defender later in the summer of 2023. Until then, Spam Defender will remain online, but no further development will take place.
Here's a list of recommended keywords to block in your server. To block a new keyword, use the
/block keywordcommand. After blocking a new keyword, run the
/scan keywordscommand to scan your server for matching usernames.
If you'd like to block this full list of keywords in your server, you can use the
Good to know: Keywords will match any part of a username, so the keyword
helpwould match the username
helpdesk, the keyword
announcementwould match the username
Minting Announcements, etc.
Good to know: In general, it is not recommended to block
bot, or other short keywords that could be found in the username of a real user. For example, the name
Modhiwould be banned if you blocked the keyword
usernamesonly match full names. Blocking the username
lukewould only catch users named
On the other hand, blocked
keywordsmatch all partial names. Blocking the keyword
lukewould catch users named
No, they would not be banned! Spam Defender automatically ignores any users with any of the following permissions:
Ban Members, and
Manage Messages. If you have any team members that don't have one of these permissions, you can use the
/whitelist @usercommand to manually protect them.