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    shun code

    I wanted to make a code to shun for 3 days ON ^*:SNOTICE:*: { if ($1 !== [Spamfilter]) { return } var %host = $gettok($2,2,64) if (!%spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ]) { inc %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] 1 } if (%spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] == 3) { shun *@ $+ %host 3d AUTO-SHUN for 3 days. unset %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] return } inc %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] 1 } ON ^*:SNOTICE:*: { if ($1 !== [Spamfilter]) { return } var %host = $gettok($2,2,64) if (!%spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ]) { inc %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] 1 } if (%spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] == 3) { shun *@ $+ %host 3d AUTO-SHUN for 3 days. unset %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] return } inc %spm_ [ $+ [ %host ] ] 1 }
  2. Apple clapped back at Spotify's "misleading" complaints that Apple's App Store abuses its power to stifle competition, accusing the music-streaming giant of wanting a free ride to the disadvantage of smaller developers now that it's grown into a powerhouse. "Spotify wouldn't be the business they are today without the App Store ecosystem, but now they're leveraging their scale to avoid contributing to maintaining that ecosystem for the next generation of app entrepreneurs," Apple said late Thursday. "We think that's wrong." The feud pits Apple, a gadget giant whose App Store is essential for mobile services to thrive, against the biggest subscription music service in the world and one of the most popular iOS apps. The outcome of their face-off could change what you're able to buy -- and how easily it is to buy things from Apple competitors -- on Apple devices and in iOS apps. Spotify filed an antitrust complaint to European regulators earlier this week, claiming that some of Apple's practices, like charging subscription companies a 30 percent fee for in-app purchases, abuse the market power of the App Store. Spotify claimed Apple wields the App Store's power to stifle apps that compete with its other businesses, like Apple Music subscriptions that go head-to-head with Spotify. https://www.cnet.com/news/apple-slams-spotify-claim-app-store-abuses-power-to-stifle-competition/
  3. US Senators Roy Blunt and Brian Schatz want to protect people's facial recognition data and make it much harder to sell now that information is treated as currency. The lawmakers have introduced the bipartisan Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act of 2019, which prohibits companies from collecting and resharing face data for identifying or tracking purposes without people's consent. The Senators have conjured up the bill because while facial recognition has been used for security and surveillance for decades, it's "now being developed at increasing rates for commercial applications." They argue that a lot of people aren't aware that the technology is being used in public spaces and that companies can collect identifiable info to share or sell to third parties -- similar to how carriers have been selling location data to bounty hunters for years. In addition to prohibiting companies from redistributing or disseminating data, the bill would also require them to notify customers whenever facial recognition is in use. FR technologies also need to undergo third-party testing prior to implementation to address accuracy and bias issues, seeing as they tend to have higher error rates when it comes to women and people of color. Finally, facial recognition makers and providers need to meet the data security standards set by the Federal Trade Commission and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Blunt and Schatz have found a powerful ally in Microsoft, which is now throwing its weight behind the bill. Company President Brad Smith said in a statement: https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/15/face-recognition-privacy-act/
  4. Valve giving a major expansion to its game streaming service. Just ahead of the 2019 Game Developers Conference, the company announced the release of Steam Link Anywhere, a new feature that will let gamers remotely access and play their favorite titles on basically any machine with Steam and an internet connection. Currently in early beta, Steam Link Anywhere is available on the discontinued Steam Link hardware or through the Steam Link app. When installed, the app essentially makes your game library available to you anywhere. That means you can stream your favorite games from your primary computer to another computer, Android device, or Android TV set-top box. (Apple is still blocking the Steam app, so you won't be able to play games on iOS or Apple TV for the time being.) Previously, the app only worked within a person's home on machines connected to the same network. The only requirements for Steam Link Anywhere to work -- other than having the app installed on both your home and remote machines -- are a good upload speed from your host computer and strong network connection for the device you're playing on. https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/14/valve-steam-link-anywhere-beta-game-streaming/
  5. Facebook’s gaming efforts and challenge to Twitch are taking another big leap today, as the social network begins the initial rollout of a dedicated Facebook Gaming tab in the main navigation of Facebook’s app. The goal with the new addition is to help people more easily find games, streamers and gaming groups they follow, as well as discover new content, based on their interests. After clicking the new Gaming tab, there will be a feed of content that points to instant games you can play with friends; videos to watch from top streamers, esports organizations and game publishers; and updates from your various gaming groups, the company says. The new Facebook Gaming tab builds on the gaming video destination the site launched last year as Fb.gg. That hub had offered a collection of all the video games streaming on Facebook, and a way for gamers and fans to interact. As a top-level navigation item, Facebook’s new Gaming tab will now further extend the gaming hub’s reach. While Twitch and YouTube are today dominating the gaming space, Facebook’s advantage — beyond its scale — is its promise of a reduced cut of transactions. On Fb.gg, gamers were able to attract new fans with the aid of Facebook’s personalized recommendations based on users’ activity, and then monetize those viewers through a virtual tipping mechanism. https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/14/in-a-challenge-to-twitch-and-youtube-facebook-adds-gaming-to-its-main-navigation/
  6. Updated Windows 7 holdouts have been warned to expect a notification suggesting that perhaps an upgrade might be in order. Matt Barlow, corporate veep for Windows, has promised Windows 7 users are to receive a "courtesy reminder" that support is running out for the venerable OS as 14 January 2020 looms large. Barlow also noted that Office 2010 ends its support run shortly thereafter, but for now the focus is on Windows 7. The helpful notifications will doubtless send a shiver of déjà vu down the spines of users who found themselves on the receiving end of Microsoft's increasingly shrill exhortations to switch to Windows 10 for free during the operating system's first year. The "free upgrade" notification back in the day was a bit confusing, and some users reported Windows 10 sidling up to their systems without permission. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/03/13/windows_10_update_windows_7/
  7. A funny thing has happened on the way to 19H1: an Azure OS kernel engineer tweaked Windows 10 to make the operating system considerably more KVM-friendly. Reg reader Waseem drew our attention to a GitHub thread, which consisted mostly of FOSS fans working on the drivers needed to get the Arm version of Windows 10 up and running on a variety of hardware (including Android phones). This, in itself, is nothing too new. Since Windows 10 on Arm first appeared, an army of tinkerers have been attempting to run the thing on hardware other than the first wave of Snapdragon-based notebooks. A lot of effort has been focused on the Quick EMUlator (QEMU), the Linux incarnation of which has seen some success in getting the OS running. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/03/11/windows_10_on_kvm/
  8. A group of hackers is using a previously undocumented backdoor program designed to interact with attackers over Slack. While abusing legitimate services for malware command-and-control purposes is not a new development, this is the first time researchers have seen Slack, a popular enterprise collaboration tool, being used in this way. [ Keep up with 8 hot cyber security trends (and 4 going cold). Give your career a boost with top security certifications: Who they're for, what they cost, and which you need. | Sign up for CSO newsletters. ] The backdoor was detected by security firm Trend Micro in a targeted attack launched from the compromised website of an organization called the Korean American National Coordinating Council that posts articles related to North and South Korean politics. The technique of infecting websites that are of interest to a particular group of individuals or organizations is known as a "watering hole" attack. It's not clear if victims were directed to the website via an email campaign or if attackers just waited for regular visitors, but the site was modified to host an exploit for a remote code execution vulnerability in the Windows VBScript engine. That vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2018-8174 and can be exploited through Internet Explorer. However, the flaw was patched by Microsoft in May 2018, so having an up-to-date operating system would have prevented the attack. https://www.itworld.com/article/3359182/hackers-use-slack-to-hide-malware-communications.html
  9. Just because you're playing Crackdown 3 doesn't mean you've played its predecessor -- in fact, that's not too likely when the second game launched nearly nine years ago. The developers want to plug that hole in your gaming history. In addition to teasing some updates to the current game (more on those in a moment), they've revealed that Crackdown 2 is now free as an Xbox One backwards compatibility title. It's not the revelation that the first game was, but it will show you how the series evolved before its big hiatus. https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/10/crackdown-2-free-on-xbox-one/
  10. Experts found an unprotected server exposing online 4 MongoDB databases belonging to the email validation company Verifications.io. A new mega data leak made the headlines, an unprotected MongoDB database (150GB) belonging to a marketing company exposed up to 809 million records. The archive includes 808,539,849 records containing: emailrecords = 798,171,891 records emailWithPhone = 4,150,600 records businessLeads = 6,217,358 records Initially, it was discovered only an unprotected database, but the situation is worse than initially thought because cyber security firm Dynarisk announced that there were four databases exposed online. https://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/82195/data-breach/verifications-io-data-leak.html
  11. Version 1.0.0


    Description : Voici un petit script qui permet d'avoir son horoscope du jour. Il ne comporte qu'une commande, utilisable en message ou sur certains canaux (liste des canaux configurable dans le tcl): !horo <signe> Les horoscopes sont stockés en local, par signe et par jour, lors de la première requête afin de ne pas interroger le site (asiaflash.com) trop fréquemment.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    1 download

    Description Le bot choisit un mot au hasard et le présente masqué. Selon la longueur du mot à trouver, des lettres indices peuvent être placées dès le départ. Vous devez tenter de deviner le mot en faisant des propositions. Les mots que vous proposez doivent exister (ils sont vérifiés grâce à l'Officiel du Scrabble™ v6 (ODS6)) et avoir la même longueur que le mot qu'il faut trouver. A chaque proposition que vous faites, le jeu vous indique quelles lettres sont bien placées et lesquelles sont mal placées. Exemple ::::| _ _ _ _ _ _ R |:::: (il faut trouver le mot VOILIER) Je propose GOSIERS : ::::| G O S I E R S |:::| _ O _ _ _ _ R |:::: Dans la partie gauche, je vois le mot que j'ai proposé et les couleurs m'indiquent que : le O est bien placé le I, le E et le R sont mal placés il n'y a pas de G ni de S dans le mot qu'il faut trouver. Dans la partie droite, les lettres bien placées viennent s'ajouter à celles qu'on connaît déjà. Continuons l'exemple encore une fois : je propose OUVRIER. ::::| O U V R I E R |:::| _ O _ _ I E R |:::: En regardant la partie gauche, les couleurs m'indiquent que : le I, le E et le R sont maintenant bien placés le O et le V sont mal placés il n'y a pas de U dans le mot qu'il faut trouver, ni de 2ème R (on en a déjà placé un).
  13. Alien Invasion Spcn(ircwx)2019 View File Alien Invasion script for spcn ircwx. Uses the brand new Roo's Jaeger conn, which makes for an incredibly fast script'. Hope you like it as much as i do. Has a lot of media stuff in it that so many people seem to like. Themed in the old school ,old style. Use its help files which are a piece of doddle, and when it starts up just do what it says. Easy Peasy. Its all pretty much automatic once you've signed into it... Update: Same script , few minor menu fixings, click on Roos picwin advert. its a work of art! Submitter chain Submitted 03/10/2019 Category Sparkpea Scripts (ircwx)  
  14. Version 2.19


    Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is an application layer protocol that facilitates communication in the form of text. The chat process works on a client/server networking model. IRC clients are computer programs that users can install on their system or web based applications running either locally in the browser or on 3rd party server.
  15. We have opened a room in SpcnWe hope to see some scripter's join in or chatter's we just don't talk script talk.We like to thank Spcn for having us. This will be a new begining for us once again. Thanks. Eyecu & Chain
  16. I was doing something and came across a link one day in one of the scripting rooms in spcn. and i clicked on it as i was curious and it was a code for a snippet Roo made in PCwin. I tried it and was impressed with it. This brought me back to a lot of Memories as Hiz Power had a script with this style of PCwin. Nice snippet Roo
  17. Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram users will now be able to send messages to each other, Mark Zuckerberg has announced. The Facebook boss said it will introduce the vast overhaul of the way all of its messaging apps work as part of a move towards being a “privacy-focused platform”. That will include upgrading its encryption and refusing to store data in countries with poor human rights records, he said, as well as rewriting how the various chat apps can talk to each other. https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/zuckerberg-facebook-messenger-whatsapp-instagram-news-a8811126.html
  18. Alarms raised over IP cameras A new Internet of Things botnet could be in the works, as security outfit GreyNoise says it has seen a major uptick in machines scanning the public internet for a specific debug port used by surveillance cameras. Presumably the boxes are looking for devices to hijack via this debugging interface. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/03/09/security_roundup_080319/
  19. The next phase of social media is about hanging out together while apart. Rather than performing on a live stream or engaging with a video chat, Instagram may allow you to chill and watch videos together with a friend. Facebook already has Watch Party for group co-viewing, and in November we broke the news that Facebook Messenger’s code contains an unreleased “Watch Videos Together” feature. Now Instagram’s code reveals a “co-watch content” feature hidden inside Instagram Direct Messaging. It’s unclear what users might be able to watch simultaneously, but the feature could give IGTV a much-needed boost, or just let you laugh and cringe at Instagram feed videos and Stories. But either way, co-viewing could make you see more ads, drive more attention to creators that will win Instagram their favor or just make you rack up time spent on the app without forcing you to create anything. https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/07/instagram-watch-party/
  20. 'Cryptojacking' is a term used to describe the action of secretly using a computer to mine cryptocurrency. The original form of cryptojacking would involve the victim unknowingly installing software on their computer that would run in the background, solving algorithms. to generate units of a cryptocurrency that would go back into the wallet of a hacker. https://www.itworld.com/article/3359241/httpswwwtechadvisorcoukfeaturesecuritycryptojacking-3693373.html
  21. Next week, Pokémon Go will experiment with a new feature: lunch hour raid battles. On March 13, from 12pm to 1pm in your local time zone, Pokémon Go will increase the number of raids. If the one-day trail run goes well, lunchtime brawls might become a regular part of the game. Battle raids are nothing new. If you've made it far enough in the game to enter a gym -- a virtual space where players can work with or against each other -- you know that raid bosses occasionally show up. Players then have to work together to defend the gym. https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/08/pokemon-go-lunchtime-raids-experiment/
  22. Programming note: It’s time for The Interface to take its annual spring break trip to Austin for South By Southwest! I’ll be interviewing Facebook’s former chief security officer, Alex Stamos, at 2:30 PM local time on Saturday; and Craigslist founder Craig Newmark on 3:30 PM Sunday. If you’re in town, RSVP here and come say hello. The Interface returns March 13th — and in the meantime, I’ll be doing some more original reporting that I can’t wait to share with you. https://www.theverge.com/interface/2019/3/8/18255480/facebook-pivot-privacy-mark-zuckerberg-pr-stunt
  23. Petro Poroshenko accused Russia of hacker attacks on the Ukrainian Central Election Commission. According to him, Ukrainian experts on February 24 and 25 recorded a DDoS attack on the Central Election Commission.Poroshenko pointed out that the National Security and Defense Council, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Department of Information Security, together with their American partners, have developed mechanisms to protect the CEC. http://www.ehackingnews.com/2019/03/president-of-ukraine-accused-russia-of.html
  24. Updated If Google Chrome is bugging you to update it right now, please stop what you're doing, and get that upgrade. The latest version fixes a security vulnerability (CVE-2019-5786) that can be potentially exploited by malicious webpages to hijack the software, and run spyware, ransomware, and other nasties on your device or machine. According to Googler Abdul Syed, the ads giant is "aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2019-5786 exists in the wild," meaning criminals and other miscreants are leveraging the bug to infect victims' computers. A mark just needs to be lured into opening a booby-trapped website from, say, an instant-messenger link or email, or viewing a malicious advert, using a vulnerable version of Chrome to potentially fall victim. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/03/07/google_chrome_zero_day/
  25. Microsoft started rolling out a new software update for Windows 10 systems to apply mitigations against the Spectre attacks. Over the weekend, Microsoft started distributing software updates for Windows 10 systems to enable the Retpoline mitigations. https://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/category/security

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