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Hi .. I use often dalnet services for chatting , I once banned a guy from my channel and he put out his ban and got op by chanserv!!  (he is not an irc from dalnet or aop or sop) .. I once saw too a guy that got op from the dalnet server that he was using!! (not dalnet op, or aop or sop neither!!) ..  I want to know if you could give me some comands for doing so and for protect from so , some text for mirc or a pretty good script ... thanks for all your help ..
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by:watchman070598
ID: 1552959
well the guy who put out your ban probably reconn to his ISP and got a new IP so he could come back in to your channel.There are lots of way to get a chan serv to op you.For protection or channel protection you can get bots etc nothing special do a search on them irc bots just make sure you ask the ircop's if you can run them.

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by:dyslexia
ID: 1552960
the user you banned was likely able to ident to a nick that had aop's or sop's in your channel. Dalnet oppers do not add or remove nicks from a channels aop list so, he must have used chanserv to clear his ban and then op himself, therefore he must have idented,
"/msg nickserv identify <nick> <nickpassword>"
to unban himself,
"/msg chanserv unban <#channame> <nick>"
then rejoined the chan, chanserv would have opped him automatically.
All of the above only applies if, you have set up your channel properly using the appropriate modes. for a full list,
"/msg chanserv help"
I spend a lot of time on dalnet. u can find me normally in #security with the nick "dyslexia"
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by:brujo
ID: 1552961
Hi! ...

Well to watchman .. that thing of the bots is interesting for channel protection .. I'll look for them later ... now .. I have been reallly looking for how does any dalnet server could give you op because as I told you I saw that guy that I'm sure is not a sop or aop and his ip is not from the one's that are listed as op .. so why does the dalnet server that he was gave him op ..how can I do that ? (commands , ways)

Now . to dislexia, you saiy that htat guy was able to ident an aop or a sop .. how do you do that ? .. how can you get someone's
password? .. is it the only way to unban yourself?

I know that I bother you alot :) but I really want to learn how to deal with this guys and at the sme time to learn how .. it is not so bad I think .. sorry for bother you so much ..
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dyslexia earned 380 total points
ID: 1552962
>Now . to dislexia, you saiy that htat guy was able to ident an aop or a sop .. how do you
>do that ? .. how can you get someone's password? .. is it the only way to unban >yourself?

Most likely one of the sop's or aops gave it to him, or, people quite often make a mistake when trying to identify to nickserv and end up putting their password in a channel, ie, say they forget to enter the "/" before the message so instead of,
"/msg nickserv identify <mynick> <mypassword"
which is a private message not shown to any other user except the recipient, in this case nickserv, they end up with this,
"msg nickserv identify <mynick> <mypassword"
Without the "/" the message would be pasted into a channel, whoever see's it has just got your password.

To ident to a nick other than the one you are using, the syntax is,
"/msg nickserv identify <thenick> <thenickspassword>"

If i was logged on as "dyslexia" but i ident to say "JoeAverage" like this,
"/msg nickserv identify JoeAverage <Joespassword>"
then chanserv will give me whatever ops etc are associated with JoeAverage's nick, even though my nick would still be "dyslexia"

There are other ways to get nick passwords, but normally people wouldn't bother using them unless they wanted to take over a channel, normally it would need to be a big or prestegious channel before any one will go to the trouble.

Hope that helps.

dyslexia
Hope that helps
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