IRC4Fun Bots: ozone (Abuse Prevention)

IRC4Fun Bots: ozone (Abuse Prevention)

IRC4Fun Bots: ozone (Abuse Prevention Utility Bot) On IRC4Fun, we run an officially recognized Utility Bot (nicknamed ozone) for the network that helps to prevent various types of abuse. Types of Abuse(s): Flooding Spam or Mass Advertising Unstable clients/connections Repeated text Nick-change floods ozone handles these abuses with a network "hammer" [wp-svg-icons icon="hammer" wrap="i"].  In most cases, it will warn before acting; continued abuse(s) will result in a network-wide ban [wp-svg-icons icon="eye-blocked" wrap="i"]. How to get ozone in your channel: Your channel must have 5 or more users in the channel at the time of this request. Invite ozone into your channel: /INVITE ozone #MyChannel You can op ozone in your channel, or give it the AUTOOP flag (though it is not required; unless your channel is set to +U…
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Bots

Bots on IRC4Fun On IRC4Fun, users & even the network itself, can use "nice" bots -- in compliance with the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and run on servers which allow bots.  (Check each server's /MOTD to see their policy on whether bots are allowed or not.  Running bots [even nice ones] on non-bot servers can result in the bot(s) being K-Lined from the individual non-bot server.) Bots which are not considered "nice", such as DoS/Botnet(s)/Flood/Spam/Mass-messaging/Mass-advertising/Mass-inviting bots are not allowed on any IRC4Fun server.  Any bots found to be fighting with modes or generally spamming the servers or service bots may be temporarily SHUN'd or Z-lined. Types of Bots Regular Bots - Bots which are generally ran by users or channels for themselves or their channels. Stats Bots - Bots which…
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