Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of FuzzyOCR23


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Timestamp:
Sep 6, 2006, 11:24:49 PM (16 years ago)
Author:
rjl
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Added a reference to the hashdb poisoning patch for FuzzyOcr?.pm

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  • FuzzyOCR23

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    402402==== 15. Patch the {{{FuzzyOcr.pm}}} file ====
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    404 There's a small fix to be made to the {{{FuzzyOcr.pm}}} file to make the hashing database work properly.  Until this is eventually corrected by the plugin's author, the fix is to apply the following patch:
     404There are a couple of small fixes to be made to the {{{FuzzyOcr.pm}}} file to make the hashing database work properly.  Until these are eventually corrected by the plugin's author, the fix is to apply the following patches:
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    406406{{{
     
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    430430'''Note''': If the patching process fails, don't worry--that most likely just means the plugin author has fixed the problem and updated the tarball, so the version you've downloaded already contains the fix.
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     432The second [http://www.maiamailguard.com/files/fuzzyocr-23b-hashdb-poison.patch patch] is a safeguard against the "poisoning" of your hash database.  Without this patch, spammers could include innocuous images (e.g. logos from businesses like eBay, Amazon, !PayPal, etc.) alongside their spam images, and the FuzzyOCR plugin would add those to its hash database as well.  The patch ensures that only images that contain at least one matching word from the word-list get added to the hash database.  Apply the patch as usual:
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     434{{{
     435patch -p0 < fuzzyocr-23b-hashdb-poison.patch
     436}}}
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