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Xelagot Trivia Editor 1.1 available

May 15, 2004, 9:24pm
Just an FYI: Nestor has had its own editor for the HamFon format used by it since the first release of Nestor. :)

Thanks, Xelag, for another handy utility.

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ChatRelayBot 3.0 Build 118

May 19, 2004, 2:04am
http://crb.3dhost.net

This is the official production quality release of ChatRelayBot version 3.0.

1. The NT Service now appropriately responds to the stop signal.
2. Fixed “445, No Instance” reconnect bug.
3. Fixed “Copy Text” being disabled in the Status History window.
4. The “Start/Stop Instances” dialog will no longer appear if only one ChatRelayBot instance is present.
5. The handbook is now available as a help file, which has been integrated into the ChatRelayBot GUI.
6. Disabling use of “/color select” also disabled use of “/color set”, even if “/color set” was enabled.
7. Fixed bug where use of “/color select” was not propertly loaded from a user profile.

X1 autologin?

Jun 15, 2004, 10:31pm
Does the 3rd one have a script? If the script auto-starts, the bot will too.

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X1 autologin?

Jun 16, 2004, 12:20am
If the script has the "Run" statement in the [Settings] section, it will auto-start.


[Settings]
Origin=0.000n 0.000w 0.00a 0.0
Run


Removing "Run" will make the script stop auto-starting.

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loading bot

Jun 25, 2004, 2:37am
http://homeunix.uni.cc/aw/cyclebot/

Use at your own risk. I make no guarantee, or offer any support for this bot.

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NOTICE REGARDING "PestPatrol" AND CHATRELAYBOT SOFTWARE

Jun 28, 2004, 6:04pm
A user has recently voiced his concern regarding the findings of a spyware detection utility known as PestPatrol. The software has claimed that the ChatRelayBot’s NSIS uninstaller contains a keylogger known as ‘Ardamax Keylogger 1’.

I have checked, and can confirm that PestPatrol does “suspect” the uninstaller of having a keylogger, even after I have locally rebuilt the installer. I can only assume that PestPatrol’s claim is a false positive, since Ad-Aware and SpyBOT do not find any problems with my generated uninstaller.

Please note that PestPatrol is only capable of saying the uninstaller is “suspected” to have the keylogger; it cannot 100% prove that the keylogger is present. As Ad-Aware and SpyBOT have also scanned the file without finding anything, one can only conclude that the PestPatrol software is raising a false alarm.

If there are still concerns, NSIS is an open-source system and their source code may be viewed directly: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/nsis/NSIS/

NOTICE REGARDING "PestPatrol" AND CHATRELAYBOT SOFTWARE

Jul 4, 2004, 9:29am
The ChatRelayBot now uses a different installer package, which resolves the issue with PestPatrol.

Happy 4th of July!

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ChatRelayBot Website Moved

Sep 17, 2004, 1:05am
3D Host is closing its business operations September 30, 2004. The ChatRelayBot Website has been relocated, and now hosted by Delusional-Minds.

The new website is located at this URL:

* http://crb.delusional-minds.com

Please update your bookmarks, as the crb.3dhost.net will be offline after September 30.

ChatRelayBot

Oct 17, 2004, 10:01pm
If you had the decency to privately contact me about the issue, then I would have investigated it for you.

Points I would like to make before I investigate this completely:

* Remember that another spyware tool also found problems with the ChatRelayBot installer in July.
* Neither ChatRelayBot 2.1 nor 3.0 contain any IRC code.
* The "newconf.exe" program is a simple utility which generates a basic configuration file to get new users started with the CRB. If requested, its source will be published.

I don't like it either, especially since you gave me no chance to look at this before notifying the public.

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ChatRelayBot Security Bulletin: Backdoor.Irc.Flood

Oct 18, 2004, 12:19am
Spyware Doctor™ 2.1 (pctools.com), a spyware detection utility, has discovered what it believes to be a backdoor trojan (Backdoor.Irc.Flood) in the program file newconf.exe, the ChatRelayBot Configuration Assistant.

More information may be found in this document:
http://crb.delusional-minds.com/security/backdoor.irc.flood.htm

spider

Oct 27, 2004, 8:17pm
[View Quote] Universe caretaker (citizen #1) privileges.

spider

Oct 28, 2004, 12:26am
DLP probably has a really big problem if someone's stolen the universe caretaker PPW. Most likely, it's just DLP doing statistics.

AWI at one point (and maybe they still do) ran spiderbots to implement the "Search" tab; the bot entered your world, looked at what you entered for search keywords, and that was put in the database.

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ChatRelayBot 3.1 Public Beta

Nov 15, 2004, 1:44am
After several months of closed-door testing, I now present to you version 3.1 of the ChatRelayBot.

Version 3.1 features a completely revised (and much simpler) graphical interface, as well as several sweeping changes under the hood. One of the more prominent changes in 3.1 is the introduction of native Linux® and FreeBSD binaries, thanks to Andras (http://www.andras.net/linuxsdk.html).

FreeBSD versions 4.9/5.3 and Linux® kernel 2.4 have been tested; the ChatRelayBot should function on other Linux® distributions.

ChatRelayBot 3.1 is available for download from the beta website, http://chatrelaybot.info

As usual, bug reports/suggestions/etc. should be discussed in the forums (http://forums.chatrelaybot.info)

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Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. (Edgar Allan Poe, "Eleonora")

The Absolute Eradication of All Active Worlds

Mar 23, 2001, 1:57am
I agree, it's time for a change. But *dump* RWX? Nooo way.. I agree with
Spark that we should be able to reload our worlds in the new universe.
Take a look in Zion, world I design; I'm not willing to rebuild all
that...

- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56)

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custom fonts on "signs", PHP, 2nd step (Cyrillic)

Mar 29, 2001, 11:44pm
Perhaps make a new parameter for font type? :)

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illuminating built-in IE browser

Apr 1, 2001, 3:26am
Roland should just completely remove the built-in IE "browser" and just
call IE/NS separately. It's a lot easier to do that, plus the built-in
thing shrinks the viewport and the chat history. How fun is that? Maybe
add a confirmation dialog ("Do you want to launch this URL") too, it's
damn annoying when I'm trying to copy the URL and accidentally trigger
the stupid browser. Maybe even have a read-only editbox in the dialog so
you can select the URL, though that won't be needed if AW calls IE/NS
separately.

--
- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
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illuminating built-in IE browser

Apr 2, 2001, 8:08pm
... and that's why the mouse was invented. Right click the selected text,
and select Copy! Mummy, wow! I'm a Big Kid now..

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illuminating built-in IE browser

Apr 2, 2001, 10:24pm
Don't click the NAME part of it then..

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illuminating built-in IE browser

Apr 3, 2001, 12:07am
So you don't mind that when you accidentally click a link that you
didn't want to visit, you'd like for it to just launch instantly? Hehe,
I still think maybe a "Do you want to launch this?" should pop up :)

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Better collision detection?

Apr 2, 2001, 11:12pm
There is technically a way to make it do it...
bump warp +0 +0 +0.1a +0
but we shouldn't have to put that in just to make an elevator!

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Object Stretching

Apr 3, 2001, 7:37pm
This is a good idea! Keep 'em comin :)

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a way to hold more then 100 contacts :-)

Apr 5, 2001, 8:42pm
*sighs* this has already been raised, debated, and defeated.
It would put ALOT more lag on the Universe with the browsers querying
lots of users. This can be abused too, purposely lagging the system by
adding 1000+ contacts.

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someone who is getting MADDDDD

Apr 8, 2001, 1:21am
3.1 was released, as you *correctly* know. The beta people are now
testing new versions that may correct some lingering bugs, such as
*cough*theworldslist*cough*. There is no real significant difference
between 370 and 373 that would make 373 look different to 370.

Go on and buy your world :)
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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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someone who is getting MADDDDD

Apr 8, 2001, 7:14pm
I concur with Captain Mad Mike.. If you were the only world with a huge
big bug in the new browser, nobody could get to fix it because you keep
ejecting the testers! Why does it matter, anyhow? They don't plan to do
anything major, i.e that will change the look of your world.

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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someone who is getting MADDDDD

Apr 10, 2001, 1:19am
HEY! Mind your manners, children ;)
Take this to email pls.? :)

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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Scroll Down box

Apr 8, 2001, 7:15pm
A number of people now have their Windows set to show hidden files.

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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Scroll Down box

Apr 9, 2001, 12:43am
ummmmm, he's thinking like log off one ppw, *select another*.... get it
yet?

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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Telegram alarms

Apr 10, 2001, 7:26pm
I know... sometimes I send someone a telegram, go off to do something
outside of browser, and I come back to a flood of telegrams like "ANSWER
ME!!!"

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the
opposite of Progress?"
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If it can be done to world lists it can be done to contact lists...

Apr 16, 2001, 3:14am
hey thats not a bad idea
it would probably also enable bot contact lists.. !!

you are a genius :)

[View Quote] > The newest 3.1 beta (not available to public yet) allows more than 750
> worlds, by using a more than one packet. Well, shouldn't the same happen to
> contacts lists in 3.2? Just a thought..
>
> - YP


--
- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress
the opposite of Progress?"
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Trial worlds revisited

Apr 16, 2001, 3:49am
I think that after a year past a citizen's trial has expired, one would
be able to re-apply for yet another trial. The way Vectorscape works is
2 months after a trial expires, or so the last time I looked.

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- Tony M (a.k.a Tony56) [tony at vrunited.itgo.com]
"Through Cyberspace, we are Virtually United"
"Points to Ponder: If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress
the opposite of Progress?"
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