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 on: August 13, 2018, 11:56:31 AM 
Started by Hasbullah Masby - Last post by Hasbullah Masby
If I find out what should I answer or fill in?

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 on: August 13, 2018, 11:42:42 AM 
Started by Hasbullah Masby - Last post by Hasbullah Masby
How can I change the status &nickname to @nickname and ~nickname to @nickname?

Best Regard,

 on: June 21, 2018, 02:49:21 PM 
Started by Saroj Sai - Last post by Saroj Sai
I am stuck at this module, If any one could help, It would be highly appreciated.

Module m_proxyscan couldn't load due to configuration problems: m_proxyscan: Unable to bind to address: Cannot assign requested address
[19:29] -OperServ- Unable to load module m_proxyscan

 * m_proxyscan
 * This module allows you to scan connecting clients for open proxies.
 * Note that using this will allow users to get the IP of your services.
 * Currently the two supported proxy types are HTTP and SOCKS5.
 * The proxy scanner works by attempting to connect to clients when they
 * connect to the network, and if they have a proxy running instruct it to connect
 * back to services. If services are able to connect through the proxy to itself
 * then it knows it is an insecure proxy, and will ban it.
        name = "m_proxyscan"
         * The target IP services tells the proxy to connect back to. This must be a publicly
         * available IP that remote proxies can connect to.
        target_ip = ""
         * The port services tells the proxy to connect to.
        target_port = 6667
         * The listen IP services listen on for incoming connections from suspected proxies.
         * This probably will be the same as target_ip, but may not be if you are behind a firewall (NAT).
        listen_ip = ""
         * The port services should listen on for incoming connections from suspected proxies.
         * This most likely will be the same as target_port.
        listen_port = 6667
         * An optional notice sent to clients upon connect.
        connect_notice = "We will now scan your host for insecure proxies. If you do not consent to this scan please disconnect immediately."
         * Who the notice should be sent from.
        connect_source = "OperServ"
         * If set, OperServ will add infected clients to the akill list. Without it, OperServ simply sends
         * a timed G/K-line to the IRCd and forgets about it. Can be useful if your akill list is being filled up by bots.
        add_to_akill = yes
         * How long before connections should be timed out.
        timeout = 5
                /* The type of proxy to check for. A comma separated list is allowed. */
                type = "HTTP"
                /* The ports to check. */
                port = "80,8080"
                /* How long to set the ban for. */
                time = 4h
                 * The reason to ban the user for.
                 * %h is replaced with the type of proxy found.
                 * %i is replaced with the IP of proxy found.
                 * %p is replaced with the port.
                reason = "You have an open proxy running on your host (%t:%i:%p)"

What should the target IP be? Is it my IRC server's IP or just I put it What about the listen IP? Is it the same?

I guess the port is the default port of my server; 6667. Both for target and listen port?

Should there be link block on Unreal about this? Please Help!

 on: June 21, 2018, 02:42:05 PM 
Started by Saroj Sai - Last post by Saroj Sai
Thank you zemra, This will help me alot.

 on: June 12, 2018, 01:11:56 PM 
Started by S1ay3r - Last post by S1ay3r
Ah, ok thx. :)

 on: June 12, 2018, 11:32:49 AM 
Started by S1ay3r - Last post by genius3000
  • No it doesn't create the channel
  • It tries to set the HELPOP usermode (usually +h) on opped users in the channel. ircd-hybrid doesn't appear to have this usermode.

 on: June 12, 2018, 07:47:32 AM 
Started by S1ay3r - Last post by S1ay3r
Hi everyone,

I need some help with getting the module mhrlpchan to work. I'm using Anope 2.0.4 with ircd-hybrid 8.2. The module loads but the channel that I set is not created. Thought that I maybe need to create the channel myself and registered a channel with the same name.

How do I see if a user is getting the privileges? What privileges does helpop give. Is the module supposed to create the channel?

Any help is appriciated. Thanks in advance. :)

 on: June 08, 2018, 12:48:23 PM 
Started by Saroj Sai - Last post by Zemra
 * ns_maxemail
 * Limits how many times the same email address may be used in Anope
 * to register accounts.

This should help you.

 on: June 08, 2018, 11:49:20 AM 
Started by Saroj Sai - Last post by Saroj Sai

IRC has been there for years but mIRC usage isn't much nowadays. But the IRC web clients are still keeping up the IRC.

I want the Anope Nickserv's drop (/ns drop nick) have a function with ( /ns drop email ) too.

Something like, /ns drop *@*.* or /ns drop because, I have found the flood with my Anope services with mass registration with same email (with some IRC script). I know the Anope nick registration can be set "none" to "email" or "admin". But I prefer it to "none" because it's easy for newbies and people who are using web based IRC or apps. It's easy and quick without confirmation.

It would be nice if this feature or idea could be implemented.

Saroj Sai

 on: June 08, 2018, 11:28:56 AM 
Started by Marko Zelenka - Last post by Saroj Sai
I think this feature would be good. I personally having a IRC server find it hard for users to register through the command and confirm it as they use Web chat. mIRC is old and IRC chat is nowadays embedded in Apps or Web.

So, this is really a great idea to verify through the link in the registered mail.

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