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Testing of local cards - 11-November-2007, 16:57

Just a suggestion. I do not know if this can be done (time consumption) but is it possible for someone in the administration to check and confirm new members who state that they have local cards because I have notice that there are some members who state that they have a particular card and when you give them your dline and gline you find out that they do not have that local card or they do not have a local card at all. The problem is that this bad peer will have your dline and gline and even though you delete him he can still attack you. I think we should all be honest and state what we have. Trust is an important attribute.
   
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11-November-2007, 17:13

Card sharing is based on trust, it would be impossible to police all new members local cards....You can protect yourself by changing the password on your dreambox and using firewall rules. Only add lines when you have both client and server info. Set up your lines with test passwords and obtain e mail contacts from peers.


   
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Cool Loose of time - 11-November-2007, 20:03

The attack is not that much important compared to the time you loose to add a dline and then to delete it



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bad peers - 13-November-2007, 20:12

Again, in the past whenever someone tests some new member card(re local card) and finds out that he is a fake, he can put in a message in that thread and can get confirmation from other members who could have tested him as well and information can be shared between members if someone is found to be a fake. Now we cannot comment in threads but through pm's if a member (he doesn't have to be a new member, even an old member who does not renew his card can be classified under these circumstances) is stating that he has a local card when in fact he does not have one or worst does not have a local card at all. I think that not sharing information with other members is a severe disadvantage in the fight against bad peers. I agree that a limit must be imposed on comments made by members against another member but if a bad peer is found I think everyone has the right to know about it.

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14-November-2007, 09:42

If you have any problem with Local Cards from other Users you can report his post and the team will contact the user. If he can show that all is OK we can't do anything, but if he don't answer or he can't send us any prove we will delete his post and he will get a warning.

I think that is the best way for all.


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14-November-2007, 11:46

You should also have a separate port for new peers.
You use it with your D-line for new peers, and once you are satisfied (checked the card) and the performance of the peer with you for a week, then you can provide him with your other port number that you use with good peers.
   
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14-November-2007, 13:10

I can't remember who, but someone used to use a test server, if the card worked for a week, they moved it over to the main server. I remember when I first peered with them I thought it strange, however, a year or so later, I can understand the logic behind it. At least this way you could test the card was real.

However, people come and go naturally anyway, then you have people who manage to corrupt their systems, there is always a fluidity on your peers lists. Then people change their packages, cards etc.

Or they have an arguement with their ISP and disappear for a month or two. I have probably lost half the peers I have signed up with for one reason or another (normally, abandoned Gbox for CCcam or abandoned CCcam for Gbox). However, I am not about to label them as a bad peer even if they did disappear without notice. Which is all to say, when things go wrong, 9 times in 10, there is a valid reason. The goal is to build redundancy into your peer strategy.


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