Re:Kill/ Deny Command

Bill Woodland (
Tue, 27 Feb 1996 21:38:47 -0600

>Date: Tue, 27 Feb 1996 10:07:28 -0800
>From: (Brian McGugan)
>To: <>
>Subject: Kill/ Deny Command
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>At 11:44 2/27/96, Brian O'Shea wrote:
>>>The latest White Pines reflector code allows you to telnet in to run REFMON,
>>>and can be configured with a password. You could use CU and telnet at the
>>>same time, and "kill" the IP of the offending person.
>>Note that the "kill" command will disconnect them, and they will be disallowed
>>from reconnecting for 1 minute.
>>The "deny" command will disallow them from connecting back in.
>>I usually "kill" someone, which allows you to send a message. I usuall say
>>something like, "stop it, or you will be denied access forever!" If they
>>re-connect and persist with there mis-behavior, I deny them. Our reflector is
>>G-Rated, and it states that clearly in the MOTD.
>Hmmm. Sort of autocratic I suppose... But I can see the point with
>innappropriate behaviour... Mightn't these commands be abused by people
>though, just to target and individual or to just butt somebody out who has
>something to say/ show that the others don't agree with either personally,
>socially, morally or even in terms of which SIG that person(s) come(s)

Refmon can be setup with a PASSWORD so that only YOU can do these things.

Bill Woodland (
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