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My client’s site got spammed with thousands of spam submissions on cFORM. There are so many spam submissions listed, that even using bulk delete function in admin is going to take forever.
So, can anyone give me a sql command that will only target “unlisted” entries in connections and bulk delete them?
Really? This is the first report of any spam hitting Form. After a year and a half of my demo being up, I still haven’t received one.
The query would be:
DELETE FROM wp_connections WHERE status = "pending"
A few notes:
Backup the db first.
I would test by deleting a single row first, but that’s your call.
The “wp_” prefix in the SQL may have to be adjusted to match the correct table prefix.
Lastly, this will delete any valid submissions.
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