Robin Burchell surreal.w00t at gmail.com
Sat Jan 6 10:53:50 PST 2007

Yes, there was a desync, as we only apply restrictions locally,
however SVSJOIN tried to JoinUser to the channel on every server --
not their local one, appearing to bypass the bans, etc (now fixed in
SVN/upcoming b9).

That's all fixed now, though.

Is there any point allowing AJOIN to a restricted channel if you're
not on the access list though? That seems like it could be used to
create joinfloods of a sort.

Thanks for the reply.

On 1/6/07, Andrew Church <achurch at achurch.org> wrote:
> >An addendum, I forgot to mention I think it's NS AJOIN related because
> >the channel was set +i also.
>      To clarify this, AJOIN only sends out SVSJOIN message for the relevant
> user; actual join processing is handled by the ircd, which should only send
> out a JOIN message if the user is allowed to join the channel.  It's
> possible InspIRCd is not performing those checks correctly, which would
> account for users being able to join through bans.
>   --Andrew Church
>     achurch at achurch.org
>     http://achurch.org/
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