No console mode to disable seeing links/unlinks. #8

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thommey opened this Issue Feb 3, 2010 · 0 comments

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Trac Data
Ticket 8
Reported by MC_8
Status new
Component Core
Priority minor
Milestone 1.8.0
Keywords log loglevel
Version 1.8.0 CVS

[10:20:42] .console -mcobs
[10:20:42] Set your console to #abc123: - (none)
[10:20:45] *** (Limbo) Disconnected from: warez. No reason (lost 1
bot and 1 user)
[10:20:46] *** (Limbo) Linked to warez.

Version: 1.6.7.3 -- v1.6.7+argv (CVS)

On a 200+ botnet, I'm getting tired of seeing all these links and unlinks.

Tried to disable the console to show it, and found that I cannot. I'm stuck
with the extra scrole.
Comment #1 From BarkerJr 2002-10-02 12:02:22

*** Bug 268 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

Comment #2 From BarkerJr 2002-10-02 13:54:24

It seems that older bots send 'ct' commands along with unlinks. But, I also
noticed that the bot displays unlinks from newer bots, too. If that makes any
sense.

In other words, as long as older bots are on the net, we may never be able to
stop the link msgs. On the other hand, we may be able to reduce them.

Comment #3 From BarkerJr 2002-10-02 15:08:31

Created an attachment (id=30) [details]
Patch to fix console +b

I think this patch may fix it. It seems that the text was being sent to all
dcc chats instead of using putlog, cause the msgs didn't even show up in a log,
which seems odd to me.

This will not hide links/unlinks from bots directly linked to the bot you're
on. Only remote bots. I figure local bot msgs are important enough to be put
through -b.

Comment #4 From Psychopath 2002-11-18 10:57:39

*** Bug 284 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

Comment #5 From Will Buckner 2003-01-17 22:28:00

Maybe a better option would be a flag to not show broadcasts.

Comment #6 From Carl M. Gregory 2003-07-25 09:28:31

BarkerJr: This will not hide links/unlinks from bots directly linked to the
bot you're on. Only remote bots. I figure local bot msgs are important enough
to be put through -b.

Who's to say what is important though? I think it should be pipped through the
b console regardless of it's importance. TCL Error's are important to me,
using console o, but not important to others ... so it's importance is relative
to the user ... the user should be able to define what is important and what
isn't (therefor the console flags).

Comment #7 From Will Buckner 2004-01-13 19:12:52

Hmm.. what are we going to do about this one?

Comment #8 From Tothwolf 2004-04-19 04:57:03

Created an attachment (id=47) [details]
Patch that adds console +i for chatout() messages

I don't think changing chatout() to putlog() in a few places is the right way
to go about fixing this bug. I've created a patch that adds a console +i
setting specifically for chatout() botnet info.

Comment #9 From BarkerJr 2006-08-20 08:53:56

Upping to 1.6.18.

@thommey thommey added the enhancement label Oct 13, 2015
@Arkadietz Arkadietz referenced this issue Mar 29, 2016
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Bug Report #202

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