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FlexHub General => General discussion => Topic started by: sergius_s on June 24, 2013, 07:47:29

Title: Pattern NI - There are newer spammers
Post by: sergius_s on June 24, 2013, 07:47:29
There are newer spammers lately, they use such nicknames --> <xxxxx.ru>, <xxxx.yyyy.org>, <xxxxxxx.yyyy.zzz:411> etc.
I've added to my hub NI-pattern: "!addpattern NI "%a+[.]%a+" -p-1 -a32".
It works very well and now these spammers will not be able to go to my hub.

You can deal with these spammers using this pattern.


                                                                                                                                             Regards,
                                                                                                                                             sergius_s
Title: Re: Pattern NI - There are newer spammers
Post by: sergius_s on June 24, 2013, 10:48:01
There was a problem with some pingers (e.g. [HUBLIST.EU][N])... I used the command "!modprofile pinger level 2" and !protect [HUBLIST.EU][N] (and !protect 178.63.149.132) but it did not work.
Maybe somebody knows how to add an exception for nicks hublist? Post in this thread please.

P.S.: other pingers are working well
Title: Re: Pattern NI - There are newer spammers
Post by: en_dator on June 25, 2013, 22:28:40
The simplest way to protect the pingers from a pattern is to reg them on a profile with higher level, and then restrict the pattern using the -p flag,  for example
if the pinger is regged on level 2 then the pattern should be set to "!addpattern NI "pattern" -p1 -a32".

/1d
Title: Re: Pattern NI - There are newer spammers
Post by: sergius_s on August 07, 2013, 13:12:39
Here is the final version "Pattrn NI" on my hub:
Code: [Select]
Showing patterns for: NI nickname (priority ordered)

Profile Actions Pattern Actions
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1 32 "%a+[.]%a+[:]+"                  Kick
1 32 "%S+://"                        Kick
1 32 "%d+%.%d+%.%d+%.%d+"            Kick
1 32 "%a+[.]%a+[.]%a+"                Kick
1 32 "[Ww][Ww][Ww]%."                Kick
:)