[IRCServices Coding] feature: nickserv high security

Craig McLure Craig at chatspike.net
Sat Jan 10 07:54:05 PST 2004

/ns set kill immed

 *     Craig "FrostyCoolSlug" McLure
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 * From    - PHANTOm <phantom at nix.org.il>
 * To      - ircservices-coding <ircservices-coding at ircservices.za.net>
 * Sent    - 2004-01-09 15:52:00
 * Subject - [IRCServices Coding] feature: nickserv high security

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>Here's another idea that might be useful:
>Having an additional tag for nickserv set secure, (like "high" or some other name), meaning increased security regulations applied according to which you may only use INDETIFY command if you match an entry from the nickserv access list.
>Possibly also that under this feature you will still get killed (if set) even if matching an entry in the access list.
>This should be similar to the hostmask directive under the o:line some ircd's have.
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