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  • Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)16:48 No.307  
    Hello, there is a website that floods /g/ right now. If you see floods on your boards, post it in here.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/24/06(Tue)17:07 No.308
    I helped cleaned up /g/ and my bans aren't showing up. :(
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)17:11 No.309
    because I unbanned everyone due to it wasn't their fault :(
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/24/06(Tue)17:29 No.310
    how wansn't it their fault?
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)17:42 No.312
    because when you go to the website, it forces your IP to flood /g/ with DESU DESU etc
    >> Anonymous 10/24/06(Tue)18:02 No.313
    Just an update, seems like the old /g/ attacks have been solved, users could go to a certain website which would then flood the /g/ board under the normal user's IP address.

    Ofcourse it's still good to let the mods and/or managers know about any form of attacks, posting here, and more efficiently, on the IRC Channel.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/24/06(Tue)20:53 No.315
    Or you know, you could just, flag the board for review (which is how we actually learned of the problem to begin with)!
    >> Anonymous 10/25/06(Wed)18:07 No.324
    You're right about that, though, (Correct me if I'm wrong :)) most moderators are PST, which occassionally ends up with no moderator currently surveying the boards, so just flagging a board which is under attack could take a while to be solved, thus a chance for a massive flood.

    Just tell me if I'm wrong, I'm just giving you my point of view, and since I'm new I could very well be wrong.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)15:51 No.338
    Almost all of the moderators are EST, not PST. How is going on IRC or /j/ going to solve the problem as opposed to flagging the board if nobody is around to begin with? I am confused.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)22:01 No.340
    Point taken.

    Usually highlighting mods on IRC that are at the PC gets a faster response (Assuming they don't just surf the web) than flagging.

    I suppose it's best to flag a board and highlight/notify a mod on IRC at the same time.

    By the way, just an insight, what about creating some sort of validation code for each reply made (just 2 digits or something). That pretty much would block any program from spamming replies. But ofcourse things like these don't happen often, and users will probably dislike validating their replies all the time. It could be considered an alternative method of prevention.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)23:35 No.341
    Flagging and notifying by IRC is your best bet to grab the attention of a moderator.

    Capchas/"vericodes" suck. We just need to clean up floods when they happen, which isn't very often.

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