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 1 
 on: Yesterday at 05:45:07 PM 
Started by Stanley - Last post by Stanley
In the webpanel of anope, when login as Services Administrator or as Services Root, when a OperServ password is required on IRC, the webpanel allows you to serv OperServ without the second OperServ Login.

Kind of unsecure.
So the feature request is to have a sort of 2FA for OperServ in webcpanel

 2 
 on: December 21, 2018, 10:22:56 PM 
Started by DiamantTh - Last post by DiamantTh
Please Adding Support for Passwordhashing in Operblock


an example of that might be pointed out
Code: [Select]
oper
{
name = "ZUser"
type = "Services Root"
require_oper = no
        password = "$argon2i$v=19$m=1024,t=5,p=2$NTUwcEpjN2lYUGN6NkRncA$SbJJbVdk8GlnQgXjIkeVFTC5LjU/UrMn+K4nSchfdAg"
        hash="argon2i"
host = "*@*"
}



Regards
 DiamantTh

 3 
 on: December 21, 2018, 10:12:54 PM 
Started by DiamantTh - Last post by DiamantTh
Please Adding Support for Argon2i and Argon2id.

Regards
 DiamantTh

 4 
 on: December 19, 2018, 02:51:40 PM 
Started by Mauro - Last post by Mauro
I would like to know if it is possible that anope places the vhost register.domain.com to every user after identifying and receiving the mode + r?

Thanks.

 5 
 on: December 13, 2018, 10:52:35 AM 
Started by Gallaxial - Last post by CrazyCat
I can't help you for the cosmetic, but I can for Chanserv :)

Have a look in your conf/botserv.conf. You may have a block bs_autoassign:
Code: [Select]
module
{
        name = "bs_autoassign"

        /*
         * Automatically assign ChanServ to channels upon registration.
         */
        bot = "ChanServ"
}
Add a # before module to comment the block and chanserv won't join again.

I don't know what will happen for channels where it is already assigned, you may have to unassign it or assign another bot.

 6 
 on: December 13, 2018, 12:26:13 AM 
Started by Gallaxial - Last post by Gallaxial
HI,

/msg chanserv help   display (-) Between Line

How to Remove space (-)  Between line :


[19:16] -NickServ- NickServ allows you to register a nickname and
-
[19:16] -NickServ- prevent others from using it. The following
-
[19:16] -NickServ- commands allow for registration and maintenance of
-
[19:16] -NickServ- nicknames; to use them, type /msg NickServ command.
-
[19:16] -NickServ- For more information on a specific command, type
-
[19:16] -NickServ- /msg NickServ HELP command.
-

I WANT TO BE:


[19:16] -NickServ- NickServ allows you to register a nickname and
[19:16] -NickServ- prevent others from using it. The following
[19:16] -NickServ- commands allow for registration and maintenance of
[19:16] -NickServ- nicknames; to use them, type /msg NickServ command.
[19:16] -NickServ- For more information on a specific command, type
[19:16] -NickServ- /msg NickServ HELP command.

I use Anope 2.0.6 and inspircd 2.0.27,


Another Problem is @ChanServ is Apear in all Channels Registered, like a USER
and when make a /msg chanserv help its apear in the Channels not in the Status
How to Remove it , or Behave like Before ( old version)


Thanks

 7 
 on: November 28, 2018, 07:22:44 AM 
Started by DragonRyder - Last post by CrazyCat
Try:
Code: [Select]
/msg operserv forbid add chan +0 #smb# Closed

 8 
 on: November 27, 2018, 07:13:29 PM 
Started by DragonRyder - Last post by DragonRyder
Using Anope-2.0.6 + UnrealIRCd-4.0.17 and having a bit of trouble figuring out the proper command for setting a forbid for a channel.

Here is what I entered:
Code: [Select]
/msg OperServ forbid add #smb# +0 Closed
And this was the response I got:
Quote
(Notice) From: OperServ@XeroMem Msg: Syntax: FORBID ADD {NICK|CHAN|EMAIL|REGISTER} [+expiry] entry reason
(Notice) From: OperServ@XeroMem Msg: FORBID DEL {NICK|CHAN|EMAIL|REGISTER} entry
(Notice) From: OperServ@XeroMem Msg: FORBID LIST [NICK|CHAN|EMAIL|REGISTER]
(Notice) From: OperServ@XeroMem Msg: /msg OperServ HELP FORBID for more information.

So what am I doing wrong?

 9 
 on: November 08, 2018, 09:40:02 AM 
Started by CrazyCat - Last post by CrazyCat
Hi there,

I guess you suffer of this attack which seems to be a personnal vendetta. I don't know how you manage it, but I want to share the protection I used.

My network is based on UnrealIRCD 4.0.17 and Anope 2.0.5.

First, I've a dnsbl (see attached file blacklist.conf). I use the unreal module, but it also works with the anope' one.

On Unreal, I've add m_listrestrict to forbid unregistered users to do a /list immediately. The last version has an interesting feature: sending a fake list and gline people joining the fake(s) channel(s).

I also sets nickserv to restrict registration :
Code: [Select]
forceemail = yes
nickregdelay = 60s
maxemails = 1

And I set various spamfilters (UnrealIRCD feature):
Code: [Select]
spamfilter {
   match-type simple;
   match "*ATTN*";
   target { private; channel; private-notice; channel-notice; };
   reason: "No spamming here";
   action: gzline;
   ban-time 7d;
}
spamfilter {
   match-type simple;
   match "*freenodegate*";
   target { private; channel; channel-notice; quit; };
   reason: "No spamming here";
   action: gzline;
   ban-time 7d;
}
The first is to gline messages like : "/!\ ATTΝ: Thiѕ channeⅼ hаѕ mоved to irϲ.freеᥒоdᥱ.nеt #∕joіn /ǃ\" (the first sentence sent by bots), the second is to gline messages and quit messages containing "freenodegate".

It seems to work. Notice that the ban-time for all the sanctions concerning this attack is 7d, and I always have new bot coming, but they (actually) can't do anything.
I'm impressed with the size of the botnet they used. I say "they" but it may be only meepsheep.

Hope this post will help you.

 10 
 on: August 27, 2018, 02:59:21 PM 
Started by abi - Last post by CrazyCat
just reply "no" (or "N") and you'll only see the usual @ symbol.

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