Telegram Antispam and Group Management Bot @antispamchat protectronbot.com
What can do this bot?It can remove spam links, shortened urls, external mentions, forwards, reply keyboard links; hide user join and left messages; allow to blacklist words and domains; remove profanity and flood messages; restrict permissions for spammers; work for new members only or everybody.
Bot Info Bot, I can remove spam links, shortened urls, external mentions, forwards, reply keyboard links, unwanted advertising; hide user join and left messages; allow to blacklist words and domains; remove profanity and flood messages; restrict permissions for spammers; stop members from adding spam bots to your group.
How to start using bot?
1) Add ProtectronBot to your group.
2) Assign admin permissions (delete messages, ban users).
3) Run /start command in the group.
4) Change settings using /status.
/antispam - Filter unwanted advertising and restrict spammers.
/antispam_mode - Simple Mode (checks new members only), Advanced Mode (neural network 🧠, more accurate and strict).
/ban @username - Quickly restrict user permissions.
/unban @username - Remove restrictions if user is asking you to unban him (or it was a wrong ban).
/noevents - Filter "X joined or left the group" notifications.
/nobots - Protect your group from users who invite spam bots.
/nolinks - Filter messages with links, mentions of unknown members, forwards, reply markup.
/antiflood - Limit frequent messages (3 per 20 seconds).
/profanity - Check for offensive language (English).
/report - Report message or user, helping us building bot filters.
/blacklist - Filter messages containing words from blacklist.
/blacklist_add word - Add word to blacklist.
/blacklist_remove word - Remove word from blacklist.
/blacklist_clear - Clear blacklist.
/whitelist - Safe or common for your group domains.
/whitelist_add domain - Add domain to whitelist.
/whitelist_remove domain - Remove domain from whitelist.
/whitelist_clear - Clear whitelist.
Any questions? Ask in our @antispamchat).
A command must always start with the '/' symbol.