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October 06, 2018, 05:34:17 AM
Last edit: October 06, 2018, 02:18:10 PM by Coolcryptovator
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I can't remember if there is another thread or discussion about this, point me if there is, I will lock this thread.

I am not sure if autoban working for malicious links. I just test on archival but it's not working for me. I don't know if it will take time or need to identify manually.

I have tested well known phishing link for Bitcointalk.
Code:
www.bitcointalk.to
(don't try this link. This is a phishing link.)

It's seems autoban not working. I am able to post. Check here on archived.

I think there should a blacklist by admin, those link has detected phishing and malicious. And shouldn't allow for posting on forum or send PM. We noticed before scammers has sent Pm with phishing links. So if they are not able to post or send PM than it will be better option for prevent scammer and hacker.

During posting or preview time should not allow link those are already in blacklist on database. I mean server should deny automatically blacklisted links.

I think there is not yet implement. Otherwise how am I able to post well known phishing link?

I believe admin will consider a blacklist for autoban.

Edit ;

If any link include on the post from blacklist, than there should be a message like "A malicious or phishing link included on your post. Please remove links and try gain."

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October 06, 2018, 09:19:08 AM
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I can't remember if there is another thread or discussion about this, point me I will lock thread.
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It's already wordfiltered, just in a different way than sites that are 100% clear phishing.
I can't figure out how it's filtered. See the link quoted above.

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October 06, 2018, 02:08:37 PM
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~snip~

That is not really what I am asking for.

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October 06, 2018, 02:47:53 PM
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I think this statement of theymos indicates that the links that are 100% phishing are filtered and removed upon posting:

It's already wordfiltered, just in a different way than sites that are 100% clear phishing.

So there is a filter for phishing sites but, as it seems, it requires manual adding and there are some sites that are not yet added into it, like the one you have mentioned, and that is the reason why it is not being removed when you are posting it. Otherwise, if a site that is included in the list, it is removed and replaced with "[phishing]".

Correct me if I'm wrong. Anyone.
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October 06, 2018, 05:03:42 PM
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This site is famous and has been talked about a lot. If it is a scam site, I am sure that admin will add it.
It seems that this site works as a mirror for this site, plus Javascript does not work "Captcha."

I have tried adding "https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=login;ccode=XXXXXXXXX" [replace .org to .to], and it’s work. Huh Huh

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