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WilliamWIkked
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/watch #channel

Post by WilliamWIkked » Sat Sep 13, 2008 6:04 pm

Is there any kind of module that can alert all IRCops when someone opens/joins a certain channel? It does NOT need to know what's in that channel, that's spying, I simply want to know if the channel has been created, joined, parted, or deleted..

Why? I want to add certain suspicious botnet channels to it, so I can be alerted if they try to re-use the same channels.
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Re: /watch #channel

Post by Jobe1986 » Sun Sep 14, 2008 11:50 am

You could do something like that using a Denora module hooking all the events listed and sending a server notice on each, or even logging to a channel.
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Re: /watch #channel

Post by bluenzo » Fri Dec 19, 2008 11:20 am

I would use joinpartsno.c aka Join/Park Snomask module...
It adds a snomask for opers +J, and notifies you when someone joins/part's a room...
If no1 makes a module, you could always use this, then use a script to parse it...
Example notification:
-irc.server.net- nick (nick@adsl-97-124-33-121.dsl.host.net) joined #Test

Ex in mIRC:
if (($3 == joined) && ($4 == #Botnet)) { commands }

Just a suggestion :p

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