[Operators] Prosody vs. spammers - security measures?

Simon Tennant simon at buddycloud.com
Mon Feb 3 13:54:33 UTC 2014


If would help if you could describe the abusive behavior you are seeing.


On 3 February 2014 14:29, Moonchild <moonchild at palemoon.org> wrote:

> Hey folks,
>
> I've been running prosody for a little while now, and although I'm happy
> with
> the c2s/s2s security of the connections it makes, I'm running into a
> different
> security issue which is potentially a much larger problem.
>
> The problem is: spammers and otherwise abusive users. There is no easy way
> to
> monitor or restrict abusive behavior in prosody, and manually checking logs
> really isn't a "this millennium" way of going about user security. I may
> have
> to revert to my previous setup (Openfire) to address this and a few other
> issues with prosody (seems I switched "too soon" with it not being
> release-ready enough) unless you guys have a way to address this problem. I
> looked through the list of prosody-modules but nothing there seems to be
> past
> early alpha stage that is remotely useful.
>
> Any suggestions welcomed.
>
> Mark.
>
>


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