BannedRegexps

# This page lists regular expressions that prevent the saving of a page.
# The regexps are matched against any page or comment submitted.
# The format is simple: # comments to the end of the line. Empty lines are ignored.
# Everything else is a regular expression. If the regular expression is followed by
# a comment, this is used as the explanation when a user is denied editing. If the
# comment starts with a date, this date is not included in the explanation.
# The date could help us decide which regular expressions to delete in the future.
# If the regular expression contains a group, the first group will be add to the
# explanation.
# In other words:
# ^\s*([^#]+?)\s*(#\s*(\d\d\d\d-\d\d-\d\d\s*)?(.*))?$
# Group 1 is the regular expression to use.
# Group 4 is the explanation to use.
#
# When you make an addition to this page and you aren't sure how many existing
# pages this will affect, take a look at this link (it's very slow):
# http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/?action=list-banned-content
порно # 2012-12-31 Russian porn
\[url=\s*(http|www) # 2012-12-31 bbCode links usually mean spam
\s(https?:\S+\s+https?:\S+) # 2013-01-30 two consecutive bare links (http:... http://...) usually mean spam
\b(viagra|valium|xanax|tramadol|vardenafil|cialis|levitra)\b # 2013-08-24 common drugs
\bcanada\s+goose\b # 2013-12-06 regular spam using a lot of tinyurl URLs
\[https?:\S+\s+[^]\n]*\binsurance\b[^]\n]*\] # 2014-02-05 links to something about an insurance such as [http://example.com home insurance quotes]