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Offline BarkerJr

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UltimateIRCd +S behaviour
« Reply #15 on: August 23, 2005, 01:44:17 pm »
What if an operator types the wrong nick when oping someone?  Should the ability to op someone be taken away at the ircd level in +r channels?  Opping the wrong person is a much graver mistake than inviting them into the room.

IRC relies on the ability to type.

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« Reply #16 on: August 23, 2005, 04:13:30 pm »
Quote from: "BarkerJr"
IRC relies on the ability to type.


Not really an excuse not to make stuff as secure as possible is it??

A user can't do shlt with his @ anyway. Maybe with a bit of luck he'll be able to kick a few, and set a new topic. But he won't have any real power. It's a bad comparison i'm afraid.

Many users have performs in there :badword:ty irc client that connects to the site and runs the command. Not testing if they actually are on the network or not, or even what nick they currently have. All those problems with n00b scripts can be overcome just by inforcing +k even when +i is set. Just as +S should be inforced even when invited. The only bypass is FJOIN, which already is abusive as hell. So that should work whenever OPER's use it.
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Re: UltimateIRCd +S behaviour
« Reply #17 on: March 04, 2006, 04:11:36 pm »
Although it sounds like a cool feature I would ask myself if its really in that big of a demand? I would also consider what you said earlier about leaving that kinda stuff in human hands. I would assume an oper or channel admin/op would know who he/she was inviting into the channel (well I would hope) and some folks dont have an ssl client or capable of using it. So the question is, is it really necessary?

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