XMPP Service Operators - 2024-03-02


  1. diane

    Hi got a russian spam from snikanoya@jabber.sk which I'm reporting to jabbim.com. I decided to look at the spammers contact list on pastebin which is on cluster.sx.

  2. lavrentiy

    diane, how did you gain access to their contact list?

  3. diane

    the spam message said click this pastebin link for our contact id

  4. lavrentiy

    also is there any xep for like temporary addresses for introduction purposes?

  5. diane

    Dunno.

  6. diane

    some sites have had anonymous mucs for talking to support

  7. agris

    i'm setting up i2p. it seems to work better

  8. moparisthebest

    Better than?

  9. nuegia.net

    mod_deepweb is problematic

  10. nuegia.net

    Mar 01 17:46:29 c2s35c40532c340 error Traceback[c2s]: /usr/local/lib/prosody/modules/mod_deepweb.lua:286: table index is nil stack traceback: /usr/local/lib/prosody/modules/mod_deepweb.lua:286: in field 'register_outgoing' /usr/local/lib/prosody/modules/mod_deepweb.lua:336: in upvalue 'connect_onion' /usr/local/lib/prosody/modules/mod_deepweb.lua:442: in field '?' /usr/local/lib/prosody/util/events.lua:81: in function </usr/local/lib/prosody/util/events.lua:77> (...tail calls...) /usr/local/lib/prosody/core/stanza_router.lua:214: in upvalue 'core_route_stanza' /usr/local/lib/prosody/core/stanza_router.lua:192: in upvalue 'core_post_stanza' /usr/local/lib/prosody/core/stanza_router.lua:128: in upvalue 'core_process_stanza' /usr/local/lib/prosody/modules/mod_c2s.lua:326: in upvalue 'func' /usr/local/lib/prosody/util/async.lua:144: in function </usr/local/lib/prosody/util/async.lua:142>

  11. Polarian

    > Better than? I think they mentioned issues with tor, so I believe it was "I2p seems better than for"

  12. Polarian

    > Better than? I think they mentioned issues with tor, so I believe it was "I2p seems better than tor"

  13. lavrentiy

    Has anyone integrated the nsrl csam hashes into xmpp?

  14. moparisthebest

    lavrentiy: last I looked they were all super private, like you had to be Google/apple/Microsoft/other megacorp and sign an NDA to use them, got a link?

  15. lavrentiy

    https://www.nist.gov/itl/ssd/software-quality-group/national-software-reference-library-nsrl/nsrl-download/non-rds-hash

  16. lavrentiy

    They are public, ~32million

  17. lavrentiy

    Efficiently implementing it might be a challenge

  18. lavrentiy

    And it'd have to block the message during hashing

  19. lavrentiy

    And even then a user could just like zip it

  20. MattJ

    The private things are the perceptual hashes I believe. I guess the NSRL provides cryptographic hashes, which are less useful (easily evaded by literally any modification of the file). Perceptual hashes are more resilient to that, but there is no single standard, nothing open enough to use, and false positives are a lot more common with such algorithms.

  21. moparisthebest

    Ah right, indeed cryptographic hashes of images especially are useless because you can add arbitrary bytes to the end and they'll still work as images, but the hash changes

  22. tom

    oh man

  23. nuegia.net

    test

  24. nuegia.net

    okay

  25. nuegia.net

    Does anybody know how to adjust SLAAC preference in router advertisements when you have multiple publicly routable address blocks from different ISPs?

  26. nuegia.net

    in OpenWRT

  27. nuegia.net

    I'm trying to do something about the latency, but all router advertisements seem to have the same 'pref medium'

  28. nuegia.net

    /64 scope global dynamic mngtmpaddr

  29. nuegia.net

    Is there a way I can adjust which one is the preffered global scope?