EMECH BOTS

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DARKSIDE
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EMECH BOTS

Post by DARKSIDE »

Whats to do about those guys that load hundreeds of emech bots ? Does undernet have a sollution for this or is it ignoring the "hackers" that use to load so many bots on undernet servers?

Spidel
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Post by Spidel »

tell me a network where there isn't any problems at all.. the best solution is to report those emechs/bots/floodbots coming from an unregistered channel at #report-abuse and they'll take in consideration your reportment regarding that, im positive.
"A wise man writes down what he thinks, a stupid man forgets what he thinks, a complete idiot punishes himself for what he thinks."

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papajohn
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Post by papajohn »

On your way to #report-abuse, stop by our website so you can be prepared to give a proper report : http://www.report-abuse.net/rules.php
Nothing says "Obey me" like a bloody head on a fencepost. -Stewie Griffin-

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c-wolf
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Post by c-wolf »

[quote="Spidel"]tell me a network where there isn't any problems at all.. the best solution is to report those emechs/bots/floodbots coming from an unregistered channel at #report-abuse and they'll take in consideration your reportment regarding that, im positive.[/quote]
There are networks where the network team works togehter and they implement different solutions.
Here most try to get some personal benefit from good positions when underet has been one of biggest active networks. What you see now is a passive state.

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Qxygen
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Post by Qxygen »

I think that UnderNet is constantly fighting botnets/emechs and users that don't respect the network policy.. the thing is that the amount of abuse if huge...

BlasterQ
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Post by BlasterQ »

reporting them to #report-abuse is a time consuming process but it works.
however, since we are dealing with hundreds of new proxies everyday, it seems like all we can do is play catch up as we report each and every ip address of the bots, and all the while, our x banlist is getting full.

since these bots set themselves to deaf mode (+d) so that they won't flood themselves out every time they flood, i would suggest a channel mode that will prevent nicks who are in deaf mode from entering the channel.

my suggestion can be found here:

http://forum.undernet.org/viewtopic.php?p=30127#30127

let us unite to prevent these flooders from ruining our chat experience.

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Stefanoo
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Post by Stefanoo »

Spidel wrote:tell me a network where there isn't any problems at all..


I know few =)
Stefano @ Douaihy.org

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`Dan
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Post by `Dan »

Stefanoo wrote:I know few =)


Little networks :)
#Nastrand and #Class member.

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Stefanoo
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Post by Stefanoo »

not that little `Dan. but yeah if you compare to undernet they are tiny :)
Stefano @ Douaihy.org

TimberHacker
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Post by TimberHacker »

BlasterQ wrote:reporting them to #report-abuse is a time consuming process but it works.
however, since we are dealing with hundreds of new proxies everyday, it seems like all we can do is play catch up as we report each and every ip address of the bots, and all the while, our x banlist is getting full.

since these bots set themselves to deaf mode (+d) so that they won't flood themselves out every time they flood, i would suggest a channel mode that will prevent nicks who are in deaf mode from entering the channel.

my suggestion can be found here:

viewtopic.php?p=30127#30127

let us unite to prevent these flooders from ruining our chat experience.


The unfortunate part about reporting flooding is that it feels so much like work. But think about it like this, what are the things you are willing to work for. For me, I'm willing to work to protect my privacy, my family, my income, my country, and my servers. Sometimes we need to combine advances in security technologies with our own self determination. I am so tired of losing my information because other people have nothing better to do with their time. What is a good way to recover files, especially .dll's associated with video and DVD burning software?
Last edited by TimberHacker on Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:35 am, edited 1 time in total.
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chakazulle
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Post by chakazulle »

i agree with oxygen is very difficult to fight with the botnets,but is better to do efforts against ,my oppinion