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BadNickChecker v1.2
« on: 09 July, 2008, 22:06:32 »
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--[[BadNickChecker V1.2 for LUA 5.1x API2
by baba.runner
Checks the nick of the user against the table containing the prohibited strings. If match is found the user get a NickBan.
A Big "THANK YOU" to Rincewind, who explained me and teched me a bit of scripting.
Also a big "THANK YOU" to CrazyGuy and Snooze for their assistance.

Update from v1.1:
Bug fixed: Error after having added a certain number of entries

Update from v1.0:
Bug fixed: Error when adding a string to the empty table ( thx to dimetrius)
]]--

--Checking if table exists and creates atable if it does not exist. And some General settings.
function OnStartup()
local sPXPath = Core.GetPtokaXPath().."scripts/BadNickChecker/"
sFile = sPXPath.."Word.txt"
if loadfile(sFile) then
dofile(sFile)
else
tWords = {}
pxpath = Core.GetPtokaXPath():gsub("/","\\")
os.execute("mkdir \""..pxpath.."\"\scripts\\BadNickChecker")
SaveFile(sFile, tWords, "tWords")
end
sBot = "?Sicherheits Personal?" --Core.GetHubSecAlias() --This is the Bot-Name
sMessage = "bad nick containing " --The message used in the Ban
sRC = "BadNick" --The name for the Rightclick menu
end 

-- allowed Profiles to use Commands "1 = Yes; 0 = No"
-- View prohibited Strings
tAllowView = {
[-1] = 1,
[0] = 1,
[1] = 1,
[2] = 1,
[3] = 1,
[4] = 1,
[5] = 1,
}
-- Add a prohibited String
tAllowAdd = {
[-1] = 0,
[0] = 1,
[1] = 1,
[2] = 0,
[3] = 0,
[4] = 1,
[5] = 1,
}
-- Remove a prohibited String
tAllowRemove = {
[-1] = 0,
[0] = 1,
[1] = 0,
[2] = 0,
[3] = 0,
[4] = 1,
[5] = 1,
}

--Check the nick if prohinited String is included
function UserConnected(user)
if user.iProfile == -1 then
for key,word in pairs(tWords) do
local sLowerNick = string.lower(user.sNick)
if sLowerNick:find(word) then 
Core.SendPmToNick(user.sNick, sBot, "Your nick is now Banned for containing -> "..word.." <- !!")
Core.SendPmToOps(sBot," "..user.sNick.." has been NickBanned for having -> "..word.." <- in his nick!")
BanMan.BanNick(user.sNick,sMessage..word,sBot)
break
end
end
end
if user.sNick then
RightClick(user)
end

end

RegConnected = UserConnected
OpConnected = UserConnected

-- Right Click for allowed Profiles
function RightClick(user)
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"$UserCommand 0 3 |")
if tAllowView[user.iProfile] == 1 then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"$UserCommand 1 3 ?"..sRC.."?\\View prohibited Strings$<%[mynick]> +vword&#124;|")
end
if tAllowAdd[user.iProfile] == 1 then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"$UserCommand 1 3 ?"..sRC.."?\\Add a prohibited String$<%[mynick]> +aword %[line:Enter String to be prohibited]&#124;|")
end
if tAllowRemove[user.iProfile] == 1 then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"$UserCommand 1 3 ?"..sRC.."?\\Remove a prohibited String by entering the String$<%[mynick]> +rwords %[line:Enter prohibited String you want to remove!]&#124;|")
end
if tAllowRemove[user.iProfile] == 1 then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"$UserCommand 1 3 ?"..sRC.."?\\Remove a prohibited String by entering the ID of the String$<%[mynick]> +rwordi %[line:Enter ID of prohibited String you want to remove!]&#124;|")
end
end


-- Function Main Chat Arrival
function ChatArrival(user, data)
local data = string.sub(data, 1, -2)
local s,e,cmd = nil,nil,nil
_,_,cmd = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+[%!%+%-%?%#](%S+)")
if cmd then
local tCmds = {
["vword"] = function(user, data)
if tAllowView[user.iProfile] == 1 then
ViewStrings(user) return true
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"<"..sBot.."> You are not authorised to use this command") return true
end
end,
["aword"] = function(user, data)
if tAllowAdd[user.iProfile] == 1 then
AddString(user, data, "word") return true
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"<"..sBot.."> You are not authorised to use this command") return true
end
end,
["rwords"] = function(user, data)
if tAllowRemove[user.iProfile] == 1 then
RemoveString(user, data, "word") return true
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"<"..sBot.."> You are not authorised to use this command") return true
end
end,
["rwordi"] = function(user, data)
if tAllowRemove[user.iProfile] == 1 then
RemoveID(user, data, "word") return true
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick,"<"..sBot.."> You are not authorised to use this command") return true
end
end,
}

if tCmds[cmd] then
return tCmds[cmd](user, data)
end
end

end

ToArrival = ChatArrival

-- View All The Prohibited Strings
function ViewStrings(user)
sWordList = "!Prohibited Strings are:  \r\n"
if table.maxn(tWords) >= 1 then
for key,word in pairs(tWords) do
sWordList = sWordList.."\tID: "..key.."\t->\t"..word.."\r\n"
end
else
sWordList = sWordList .."\t No Strings yet defined. The table is empty!"
end
Core.SendPmToNick(user.sNick, sBot, sWordList)
end

--Adding New Prohibited String
function AddString(user, data)
local _,_,sCmd,sWord = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)")
if sWord then
local sWord = string.lower(sWord)
if table.maxn(tWords) == 0 then
table.insert(tWords, sWord)
SaveFile(sFile, tWords, "tWords")
Core.SendToOpChat(user.sNick.." successfully added "..sWord.." to the table!")
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***Thank you! You successfully added "..sWord.." to the table of prohibited strings!")
else
for key=1,#tWords do
if sWord == tWords[key] then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> *** The String you wanted to add already exists in the table with ID: "..key.." ! Your String is not added to the table!")
break
else sCount = key
end
end
if table.maxn(tWords) == sCount then
table.insert(tWords, sWord)
SaveFile(sFile, tWords, "tWords")
Core.SendToOpChat(user.sNick.." successfully added "..sWord.." to the table!")
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***Thank you! You successfully added "..sWord.." to the table of prohibited strings!")
end
end
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***You need to enter a string to be added to the prohibited strings table")
end
sWord = {}
end

--Removing Existing Prohibited String By Entering The String
function RemoveString(user, data)
local _,_,sCmd,sWord = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)")
local sNrs = table.maxn(tWords)
if sWord then
local sWord = string.lower(sWord)
if sNrs >= 1 then
for key=1,#tWords do
if sWord == tWords[key] then
table.remove(tWords, key)
SaveFile(sFile, tWords, "tWords")
Core.SendToOpChat(user.sNick.." successfully removed "..sWord.." from the table!")
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***Thank you! You successfully removed "..sWord.." with the ID: "..key.." from the table of prohibited strings!")
break
else sCount = key
end
end
if sNrs == sCount then
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***The String "..sWord.." could not be remowed from the table of prohibited strings, as the string could not be found in the table of prohibited strings!")
end
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***The String "..sWord.." could not be remowed from the table of prohibited strings, as the table is empty!")
end
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***You need to enter the string that should be removed from the prohibited strings table")
end
end

--Removing Existing Prohibited String By Entering The String-ID
function RemoveID(user, data)
local _,_,sCmd,sID = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)")
if sID then
if tWords[tonumber(sID)] then
table.remove(tWords, sID)
SaveFile(sFile, tWords, "tWords")
Core.SendToOpChat(user.sNick.." successfully removed the string with the ID: "..sID.." from the table!")
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***Thank you! You successfully removed the string with the ID: "..sID.." from the table of prohibited strings!")
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***The String with the ID "..sID.." could not be remowed from the table of prohibited strings, as the table is either empty or the entered ID does not exist!")
end
else
Core.SendToNick(user.sNick, "<"..sBot.."> ***You need to enter the string-ID that should be removed from the prohibited strings table")
end
end

--Saving The File
function SaveFile(sPath, tTable, sTableName)
local handle = io.open(sPath,"w+")
    handle:write(SerialiseFile(tTable, sTableName))
handle:flush()
    handle:close()
end

--Serializing The File
function SerialiseFile(tTable, sTableName, sTab)

        assert(tTable, "tTable equals nil");
        assert(sTableName, "sTableName equals nil");
        assert(type(tTable) == "table", "tTable must be a table!");
        assert(type(sTableName) == "string", "sTableName must be a string!");
        sTab = sTab or "";
        local sTmp = ""
        sTmp = sTmp..sTab..sTableName.." = {\n"
        for key, value in pairs(tTable) do
                local sKey = (type(key) == "string") and string.format("[%q]",key) or string.format("[%d]",key);
                if(type(value) == "table") then
                        sTmp = sTmp..SerialiseFile(value, sKey, sTab.."\t");
                else
                        local sValue = (type(value) == "string") and string.format("%q",value) or tostring(value);
                        sTmp = sTmp..sTab.."\t"..sKey.." = "..sValue
                end
                sTmp = sTmp..",\n"
        end
        sTmp = sTmp..sTab.."}"
        return sTmp

end
« Last Edit: 26 July, 2008, 18:45:00 by baba.runner »

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BadNickChecker v1.2
« on: 09 July, 2008, 22:06:32 »

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #1 on: 09 July, 2008, 22:44:03 »
Nice. Some questions/suggestions:
- I do not get why you convert between slashes in pathnames.
- To avoid confusion when there are fancy characters in nick, you should use it like string.find(nick,string,1,true) -- thus it will not handle special characters as patterns to match.
Everything could have been anything else and it would have just as much meaning.

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #2 on: 10 July, 2008, 09:08:23 »
- I do not get why you convert between slashes in pathnames.
It was a suggestion from Snooze to use it that way  ;D


- To avoid confusion when there are fancy characters in nick, you should use it like string.find(nick,string,1,true) -- thus it will not handle special characters as patterns to match.
As in PtokaX-settings there is no more the possibility to specify prohibtes characters, my idea was to give the OPs again the possibility to dissallow special characters in the users nick by this script.

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #3 on: 19 July, 2008, 11:37:35 »
TEsted on PtokaX 0.4.1.1
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When I try to add the script did not react! In the chat, too, does not transmit this phrase!

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #4 on: 20 July, 2008, 19:39:59 »
Hi dimetrius

Which DC-client do you use?

Because I can not reproduce this error you mention.

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #5 on: 21 July, 2008, 10:01:27 »
StrongDC++ 2.2

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.0
« Reply #6 on: 21 July, 2008, 13:16:24 »
Thank you dimetrius.

Indeed this was a little bug when adding a string to the empty table.

First post is updated ;)
« Last Edit: 21 July, 2008, 13:20:26 by baba.runner »

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.1
« Reply #7 on: 21 July, 2008, 23:26:28 »
Thank you! I will soon make a translation into Russian!
Uploaded here, if you are not against

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.1
« Reply #8 on: 26 July, 2008, 18:46:11 »
Thank you! I will soon make a translation into Russian!
Uploaded here, if you are not against

You are wellcome to do so.
Just please send it also to me by PM ;) Thx.

BTW.
First post updated with v1.2

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #9 on: 26 January, 2009, 11:03:16 »
Nice script, baba, but it seems to work a little suspect.

Adding .de to BadNickTable it nickbans users only having de in nick.

I don't want users to use webaddresses or similar as nick. Any idea please?

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #10 on: 26 January, 2009, 16:25:07 »
Nice script, baba, but it seems to work a little suspect.

Adding .de to BadNickTable it nickbans users only having de in nick.

I don't want users to use webaddresses or similar as nick. Any idea please?

. is a magic lua char. It stands for any symbol. So by adding .de you tell the script to look for any name that has some text before de.
So you have to escape it by using % so remove .de and add %.de instead.
That should fix your problem
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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #11 on: 26 January, 2009, 16:35:53 »
No it won't, as the problem not lies with the user typing the pattern in mainchat, but in the way the pattern is handled by functions AddString and RemoveString.

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local _,_,sCmd,sWord = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)")
will not allow for punctuation, magic or whitespace chars to be included in the pattern ;)

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #12 on: 27 January, 2009, 18:49:16 »
No it won't, as the problem not lies with the user typing the pattern in mainchat, but in the way the pattern is handled by functions AddString and RemoveString.

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local _,_,sCmd,sWord = string.find(data, "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)")
will not allow for punctuation, magic or whitespace chars to be included in the pattern ;)
well, after reading tons of pages about string manipulation in lua I still don't know what "%b<>%s+(%S+)%s+(%S+)" exactly means. Is anyone able to lead me to a link, where I can read (a lot) about Patterns and how to construct them? f. eks. patterns and regexes for dummies or something like that ;)

The good thing is: I found another script which seems exactly being able to find the strings I want it to, but still don't understand how and why it works.

The sad thing: I completely translated baba's script to german before running into the glitch with the period in top level domains.

Now I'm willing to learn lua to write my own scripts, so please lead me in the right direction. Thank you.


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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #13 on: 27 January, 2009, 19:32:05 »
You may want to check out a guide I wrote for writing scripts for PtokaX.
Although it is based on PtokaX 0.3.6.0, it does cover string manipulation for LUA 5.1.x, so there's no change to that :)

You can find the guide attached to this post

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Re: BadNickChecker v1.2
« Reply #13 on: 27 January, 2009, 19:32:05 »