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Capi-Lisa
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help wanted

Post by Capi-Lisa » Fri Sep 24, 2004 3:45 pm

i got some one that make a hell for the others people on my chat but my problem is that he got a dynamic ip but his provider is like some chatter the same

his whois

[Whois] - (YaMi)
Realname: http://www.crazypalace.be UC&AT (YaMi@Prutsemie-F65FB75B.adsl.skynet.be) · Belgium
is using modes +iwsxvG
is connecting from *@64.123-136-217.adsl.skynet.be 217.136.123.64
Channels: +#downloads, +#trivia, +#forum, +#cservice
Common Channels: #cservice, #forum, #trivia, #downloads
Server: irc.prutsemie.com (Prutsemie)
Idle: 2h 33m 40s (Signon: 24/09/2004 @ 15:06)
[/Whois]

so how can i get him banned from my server without closing it for other people that used adsl.skynet.be

or is there a spam filter for

Jason
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Post by Jason » Fri Sep 24, 2004 7:13 pm

This has nothing to do with spamfilters, unless you intend to make one for
IDENTIFY nickpass
that matches private messages (to nickserv)

Anyhow: dont cross post. Noone likes it
Why the hell can't my signature be empty?
"Your message contains too few characters."

AngryWolf
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Post by AngryWolf » Fri Sep 24, 2004 7:33 pm

Jason, no spam filtering is done in parameters of alias commands. Anything you type after /identify is sent to the configured recipient (usually to NickServ) as is.

Jason
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Post by Jason » Fri Sep 24, 2004 7:44 pm

This is in the hope his logon script (hopefully he uses one so it glines on connect and he doesnt realize its on identify) would have /msg nickserv rather than /ns or /nickserv

That may be a good feature...
Why the hell can't my signature be empty?
"Your message contains too few characters."

AngryWolf
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Post by AngryWolf » Fri Sep 24, 2004 8:29 pm

Oh, sorry, my bad.

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