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@user12986714 I haven't done anything other than glance at this chat message, but why does this have \b on both the start and end? The watchlist and keyword blacklist already include bookending \b (actually more complex than just \b).
 
@Makyen Oh, I thought it was not anchored
!!/blacklist-keyword surge(?:r(?:y|ies)|ons?)\W*+(?:\w*+\W*+){0,10}assault(?:s|ing|ed)?
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4366 for you.
PR#4366 ("user12986714: Blacklist surge(?:r(?:y|ies)|ons?)\W*+(?:\w*+\W*+){0,10}assault(?:s|ing|ed)?") opened by SmokeDetector
 
!!/reject 4365 "SD, this is duplicated, as you can see from the existing chat discussion. The user doesn't need any more."
 
@Makyen Please provide an adequate reason for rejection so the user can learn from their mistakes. Use -force to force the reject
@Makyen Closed pull request #4365.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported question (93): History question from my social studies teacher by Ms.Nunes student on hsm.SE
tp- feedback received
 
So this question (the previous SD report) is a good example of something I've wondered...I know the standards on SO are stricter. Elsewhere on the network, how much of a garbage fire does a post have to be for it to be tp? And are they red-flaggable?
 
sdc reject 4366 "The RegEx contains an unnecessary {0,10} which is applied to (?:\w*+\W*+). + already means 'Matches between zero and unlimited times' so there is no need for this additional check. Removing {0,10} still produces the same search results on metasmoke."
 
@Daniil PR #4336 is not currently open, so I won't reject it.
teward/Osiris: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev cd2bd2a (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of ahmednurjimale5(?:@gmail\.com)? by Daniil) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.6.9)
Restart: API quota is 19292.
@Daniil Closed pull request #4366.
 
@RyanM SO isn't necessarily stricter. What's more likely on other SE sites is you might not have a mod who has seen that before, and might not enforce the rule the same way (if at all)
 
12:20 AM
@Daniil It's not the same thing. The {0,10} makes it such that there can be up to 10 words between the two that are being detected. It just happens that all of the hits on MS have at least one occurrence of a single word between the two which are being detected. Thus, while the {0,10} appears excessive, it doesn't do nothing. There are additional occurrences within some of the detected posts where there are more words separating the two being detected.
 
For instance, a link-only question would be closed and deleted for no MRE (SO rule) but on some sites you almost need a mod flag if you think it's spam
 
@user12986714 I apologise for incorrectly closing your PR, I am unable to reopen it because Smokey has deleted the branch. @Makyen Can you restore the branch/reopen it please?
@Makyen Thanks for pointing this out, my bad.
 
@Daniil np. Done.
 
sdc approve 4366
Why are Git operations slow lately?
sdc alive
 
Looks like it is doing CI kind of thing
 
12:34 AM
Why is this happening so often now?
 
teward/Osiris: Goodbye, cruel world
 
Just rebooted from Charcoal Test
 
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev cd2bd2a (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of ahmednurjimale5(?:@gmail\.com)? by Daniil) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.6.9)
 
An observation, this happened mostly on a Git operation
 
12:37 AM
Maybe next time we can run !!/threads prior to reboot just to see if the listener is dead
 
I rebooted from SOCVR a day or two ago for the same reason
 
Also, @Makyen can you delete the blacklist-pruning branch please?
 
@Daniil It seems useful to me: a decent reminder that there's code available that might be of use.
 
How is CHQ any special so it disconnects?
 
@user12986714 More interactions? More traffic from others?
 
12:42 AM
@Makyen Maybe; is it the only chat room on this chat server? (if there are others, do they disconnect as well?)
 
@user12986714 Charcoal Test doesn't disconnect
 
@user12986714 Not even close (this is the most popular chat server); and no.
IIRC, there's one thread per room.
At least one per room in which SD is listening for commands.
 
So... random threading issues I guess?
 
Maybe we can do more logging just to locate the problem
 
12:48 AM
@user12986714 I'm not sure that would help. Most of the logging is done to the console. We'd need to be running on an instance where someone who was working on it was watching, which basically means mine. I don't have a problem with that, but I'm not convinced of the usefulness, at this time.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, blacklisted username, blacklisted user (354): What *specific law* makes consent the dividing line between surgery and assault? by Anthony Dwayne Chapelle on law.SE
 
@Makyen Well, we could have someone do script on the command and then maybe grep it
(and tmux)
If we can locate the problem, it is either on SE or on our side, which fixes can be applied accordingly
 
We're probably swallowing an exception somewhere. Most likely, there's a disconnect from the chat WebSocket which the room listener is listening to.
 
Which should mean all rooms taken care by that thread is disconnected
But it is not the case according to the discussion above
 
Which is just the single room.
Each room which is being listened to for commands is a separate thread.
 
12:51 AM
Oh no... Maybe we can poll on threads and re-init CE
 
Well, we'll have to see what happens wrt. the outward signs from the thread (e.g. does the thread die). There's now a current list of threads, which we can compare against when and if SD is no longer responding.
 
iBug/Coral: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
@Makyen So your instance doesn't run on your device? It's a VM hosted by AWS?
(I was just reading about EC2 instances and was a bit confused)
 
@Daniil The SD instance of mine which is currently in standby is on an AWS Lightsail instance. I can, within a moment or two, bring up an instance on a machine on my local network, on a VM on another machine in my local network, etc., or bring up an additional AWS instance, of a variety of types.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword with a link in answer, link at end of answer (141): Will using vinegar harm car paint? by Josh on chemistry.SE
 
1:04 AM
@Makyen So do you pay for the EC2 instance or are you in the 1 year trial?
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported question (93): Participate in a university research survey? by user2428538 on stackoverflow.com
tp feedback received
 
@SmokeDetector k Hidden link
sdc watch sanjosedetailingpros\.com
 
fp- feedback received
 
!!/watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/\W*+(?#survey is spam)
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4367 for you.
PR#4367 ("user12986714: Watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/\W*+(?#survey is spam)") opened by SmokeDetector
 
1:14 AM
@SmokeDetector Oops, I should not wrote \W*+
!!/watch-force qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/\S*+
 
@user12986714 That pattern looks like it's already caught by Mostly punctuation marks in answer and Mostly punctuation marks in body; append -force if you really want to do that.
 
@Daniil I ran through the 1 year AWS EC2 trial last year. It ended for me in January, which is when I brought down the actual (not rebranded to "Lightsail") EC2 I was using. So, yes, I now pay a small amount for the SD instance I'm running. It started as an experiment to see if an SD instance could run on the lowest end AWS Lightsail instances (IBug said that it wouldn't and I said it could, as long as you defined some swap space, which is reasonably performant on a SSD backed filesystem).
AWS Lightsail instances are just a rebranding/repackaging/wrapper for EC2 instances. So, yes, my instance which is currently in standby is on an AWS EC2 instance, but by another name. If I really needed to (i.e. I was willing to pay a small amount of money to AWS), it would be easy to bring up as many EC2 instances as needed (it would probably take < 5 minutes).
However, what we've determined is that it's not possible to run an active SD instance 100% of the time on EC2 micro instance, which is what AWS gives for the free tier (nor on the low-end Lightsail, which is a EC2 nano).
In order to have an SD instance running active 100% of the time requires more CPU credits than are obtained from either of those two levels of service, which means either paying a bit more for a baseline useage, or just paying for the CPU credits, when used (cheaper).
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4368 for you.
PR#4368 ("user12986714: Watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/[^\S]*+") opened by SmokeDetector
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4369 for you.
PR#4369 ("user12986714: Watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/\S*+") opened by SmokeDetector
 
@user12986714 Why not?
@user12986714 Why not just end this with /form or /form(?=/), as those should work?
 
@Makyen Because \W*+ means some non-word char which, although won't influence what it caught, may confuse people
@Makyen Just to tell them "this is not a bookending mistake. Do not 'fix' it"
 
1:20 AM
@user12986714 But you need to get to the next \b, which means you need to consume non-word characters.
afk
 
So that \S
 
Why 4 PRs?
 
@user12986714 4367-4369 look like dupes.
why so many PRs here dude?
 
@user12986714 No, non-word is \W. \S is non-whitespace.
 
cc @Makyen because spam via Issues
@user12986714 how about you find a pattern you're comfortable with instead of filing multiple similar patterns
(all current PRs for this 'pattern' rejected)
 
1:24 AM
@ThomasWard They are just "oops" though :-/
!!/watch-force qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/(?#survey is spam)
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4370 for you.
PR#4370 ("user12986714: Watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form\/(?#survey is spam)") opened by SmokeDetector
 
@user12986714 Was your goal to include in the why data the portion of the URL after the form/?
 
@Makyen (?# is a comment match in python regex
 
@ThomasWard Yes.
 
1:26 AM
E:TIRED
 
@user12986714 How much of the URL were you wanting to capture?
 
@Makyen I thought the generic link is .../form/<some_uid>
Just so that people (or me) years later won't think "hey some not-so-smart guy made a bookending mistake. Let's fix it"
 
@user12986714 Basically, you're going to need to think through how much you want to capture. Once you know how much you want to capture, you have to either capture more, or less, to get to a \b. Unless you want to capture the UID, I'd probably just end the general detection regex at /form(?=/), which ends the regex at a \b and guarantees that there's an additional part to the URL path, unless you're wanting to capture that part of the URL path and/or compare against it.
 
Makyen/EC2-linux: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): How to get YouTube live stream to be muted or terminated? by cilapo1541 on superuser.com
fp- feedback received
 
@Makyen what is the difference between .../form/ and .../form(?=/) in this case?
 
1:37 AM
@user12986714 What if the URL is "…/form/-" ? In that case, it's a perfectly valid URL, but there's no \b transition immediately following the last "/" in the regex, so the entry on the watchlist or keyword blacklist won't detect it, because of the bookending \b.
 
!!/watch-force qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form(?=\/)(?#survey is spam)
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4371 for you.
PR#4371 ("user12986714: Watch qualtrics\.com\/jfe\/form(?=\/)(?#survey is spam)") opened by SmokeDetector
 
Basically, there are a lot of valid URLs which don't have a \b immediately following the "/" (even one that ends there, will often be followed by a " or space). The closest place where you know there's going to be a \b is immediately after the "form".
 
2:01 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): How to setup Antminer D3 to solo mine to CANN wallet ✏️ by Colby on bitcoin.SE
 
!!/approve 4371
 
iBug/Sandy: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
2:54 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Proof of the Twin primes Conjecture and Goldbach's conjecture by Pedro Hugo García Peláez on mathoverflow.net
 
3:12 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in answer, bad keyword in answer, bad pattern in url answer, blacklisted website in answer, link at beginning of answer, +2 more (375): Is it incorrect too say that this function problem cannot be in $FNP$? by ninjatala on cs.SE
tpu- feedback received
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): I need help fixing my scoring method in this scenario? by Leyhxy on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Justifying Laser Weapons in Fiction ✏️ by Atomic Surge on worldbuilding.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Why button the external javascript is not working? by kimoanhLon on stackoverflow.com
 
3:32 AM
@user12986714 With respect to your recent set of watch PRs: It would be appreciated if you would take a minute to review what you want to watch or blacklist a bit more prior to actually performing the !!/watch* or !!/blacklist- command. Each PR sends email to, or otherwise notifies, the people who are watching the repository.
While they don't mind getting notifications for new things being added, it can sometimes get a bit noisy when there are a bunch of very similar PRs with just slight modifications that happen because you thought of something else that needed to go into the regex. We understand that such things happen to everyone from time to time. It would just be appreciated if you take a minute, or two, to go back over each regex prior to clicking send for the message in order to reduce the false-starts.
Note that this does not mean that you shouldn't fix something if you see an error or improvement (you definitely should fix such things), it's just asking you to take a moment to be a bit more sure that what you're sending is what you're really wanting to watch or blacklist.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): 404 | not found error if I create any route rather than default one by Ali Bhutta on stackoverflow.com
 
3:48 AM
@Makyen I will try to keep that in mind
 
fp feedback received
 
@user12986714 Thanks. I'm sure people will appreciate it.
 
4:24 AM
@SmokeDetector The author of this post is the author of the paper; the proof presented in the paper is of bad formatting and certainly not LaTeX. Therefore, I suspect this is intentional promotion rather than academic reference
 
@user12986714 Post 1: That does not look like a valid post URL.
@user12986714 Post 1: Already recently reported [ MS ]
 
!!/test-u site=law.stackexchange.com Anthony Dwayne Chapelle
 
> Blacklisted username
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Blacklisted username - Position 0-23: Anthony Dwayne Chapelle
 
@SmokeDetector Blacklisted username somehow didn't trigger on this
 
tpu- feedback received
 
4:47 AM
@user12986714 Post 1: Already recently reported [ MS ]
 
@SmokeDetector still alive
 
0
Q: Delete a 1 rep spammer

9694This user should be deleted, being a 1 rep spammer with no visible posts.

0
Q: Delete 1 rep spammer 1098852

9694This user should be deleted because they're a 1 rep spammer with no visible posts.

 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported question (93): Delete a 1 rep spammer by 9694 on meta.superuser.com
 
4:50 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported question (93): Delete 1 rep spammer 1098852 by 9694 on meta.askubuntu.com
 
!!/blacklist-username 96\W*+94
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4372 for you.
PR#4372 ("user12986714: Blacklist 96\W*+94") opened by SmokeDetector
 
!!/blacklist-username 90\W*+98
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4373 for you.
PR#4373 ("user12986714: Blacklist 90\W*+98") opened by SmokeDetector
 
We are having enough such trolling posts, and it is ongoing
 
4:57 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ns for domain in answer (75): Root Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 by Steve Alvi on android.SE (@AndrewT.)
 
@user12986714 It's considerably too late to be rude-flagging away something once it has a serious answer from a user with 100k+ rep. Once the question is at that point, unless it's obviously spam or R/A, then you should be raising a custom mod-flag, which means not re-reporting it and not telling people that it's "still alive". It's past the point where we should be making the determination. Raise a custom mod-flag and let the site moderators deal with it.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body (1): How to tune Hyperparameters in an autoencoder? by Archangel_QB on stackoverflow.com
fp- feedback received
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Mostly punctuation marks in answer (36): Spring property value inside annotation by Ming on stackoverflow.com
 
5:13 AM
@user12986714 We have a policy:
Mar 4 '18 at 21:33, by ArtOfCode
New policy: Please don't comment on posts Smokey reports unless you're familiar with the site.
5
While that doesn't quite apply on this post, it would be better to just not engage. Just raise a custom mod-flag, or if you feel spam or R/A flags clearly apply, then use either of those.
 
The user claims to use another username. Maybe we need other detection mechanisms to deal with it
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): How can I transfer members of a Telegram channel to another Telegram channel by Amit singh on stackoverflow.com
tpu- feedback received
fp feedback received on Delete 1 rep spammer 1098852 [MS]
 
!!/watch-force delete.*spammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)
 
@user12986714 The regex contains an unescaped "."; in most cases, it should be "\."; append -force if you really want to do that.
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4374 for you.
PR#4374 ("user12986714: Watch delete.*spammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)") opened by SmokeDetector
 
!!/reject 4374 "Too compute intensive for intended detection."
 
5:25 AM
@Makyen Closed pull request #4374.
 
@Makyen Maybe a state machine is better w.r.t. cpu usage
Maybe a DFA plus a number-of-word counter
 
@user12986714 The minimum is that the .* needs to be limited. Currently, every time "delete" is found, the entire rest of the string is tested for "spammer". You either need the .* limited to some maximum number of characters, or you need it inherently limited by putting your overall string length limitations prior to it, not after.
Note that in the current examples, you really only need to be testing < 10 characters, not infinite.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in title (1): Distribution of negative charges (V.S.E.P.R) by Paras Bisht on chemistry.SE
 
\bdelete.{1,20}\bspammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)
@Makyen Like this?
I think maybe len(s)<100 and "spammer" in s and "delete" in s may also be less cpu consuming
 
5:41 AM
fp feedback received
 
!!/bisect V.S.E.P.R.
 
@user12986714 'V.S.E.P.R.' is not caught by a blacklist or watchlist item.
 
@user12986714 That's better. Not as critical: you don't need the beginning \b, as it's an inherent part of the watchlist and keyword blacklist. I'd probably also make the .{1,20} into .{1,20}?, but that also isn't critical.
 
teward/Horus: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
!!/watch-force delete.{1,20}?\bspammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)
!!/alive
 
5:53 AM
teward/Osiris: Goodbye, cruel world
Restart: API quota is 17764.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Post is mostly images (13): How does Mending work? by Joe mama on gaming.SE
 
!!/watch-force delete.{1,20}?\bspammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4375 for you.
PR#4375 ("user12986714: Watch delete.{1,20}?\bspammer(?<=^.{13,50})(?=.{0,50}$)") opened by SmokeDetector
 
in Charcoal Test, 1 min ago, by SmokeDetector
140629183203136: MainThread
140629087815424: tasks
140629096208128: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.stackexchange.com
140628828354304: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.stackoverflow.com
140628819961600: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.meta.stackexchange.com
140628811568896: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #65945
140628803176192: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #106445
140628794783488: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #109836
140628786390784: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #41570
Looks like the thread is fine
And yes the issue correlates with git operation
 
@user12986714 The thread exists. That doesn't mean it's "fine".
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Why the change in style between seasons 2 and 3 in Red Dwarf? by pdl1989 on movies.SE
 
6:00 AM
@Makyen I thought it is supposed to terminate though
either way a naive poll won't work
 
fp feedback received
tpu- feedback received on How does Mending work? [MS]
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted user (71): How does Mending work? by Joe mama on gaming.SE
 
@user12986714 The thread terminating was one possibility. It's at least equally likely that we're swallowing an exception somewhere. I haven't looked.
 
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@EliahKagan Post 1: Already recently reported [ MS ]
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer, blacklisted username, potentially bad keyword in username, blacklisted user (248): convert .avi/.flv to itunes readable format without increasing video size by daveclark966 on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): What do you think, in a future COVID-19 will be increase or decreased? by Anuj Raj Giri on stackoverflow.com
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!!/blacklist-keyword trekking\W*+in\W*+nepal
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4376 for you.
PR#4376 ("user12986714: Blacklist trekking\W*+in\W*+nepal") opened by SmokeDetector
 
6:30 AM
tpu- feedback received
 
@SmokeDetector Second time
!!/watch Pedro Hugo Garcia Peláez
 
@user12986714 You don't have blacklist manager privileges, but I've created PR#4377 for you.
PR#4377 ("user12986714: Watch Pedro Hugo Garcia Peláez") opened by SmokeDetector
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in body, potentially bad ip for hostname in body, potentially bad ns for domain in body (101): problem using MPU-6050 Accel by w11stop.com on arduino.SE
 
6:48 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
fp- feedback received
iBug/Coral: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Username similar to website in answer (62): HTML form controlled by javascript is sometimes submitting with a GET by VNTALKING on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
@Makyen For reference, I flagged for mod attention with an MS link and a link to the other two questions they've asked about this topic
also quote of the day:
But isnt trolling legal — Anthony Dwayne Chapelle 1 hour ago
4
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially problematic ns configuration in answer (1): No mouse on installation attempt on old iMac by chaoborid on askubuntu.com
 
7:04 AM
!!/watch vntalking\.com
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (43): VBA Macro to split hours in to 2 separate line in Excel by user2618115 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad asn for hostname in answer (99): ignoring auth.getuid might be null by Shakeel on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Textwrap a string value that is in a list within a dictionary during display by user14074078 on stackoverflow.com
Makyen/EC2-linux: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
7:44 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Pattern-matching website in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer, username similar to website in answer (141): What does the scorpion represent in Drive? by JustAmericanJackets on movies.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (43): Cửa hàng rèm mành đẹp? by Rèm Mành Đẹp on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
!!/watch remmanhdep\.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
!!/watch iptvm3utoday\.com
 
7:59 AM
iBug/Sandy: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): crash on MainMenu.onCreateOptionsMenu by tjkh on stackoverflow.com
fp feedback received
 
8:30 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, blacklisted user (166): MPU-6050 - angle drift by w11stop.com on arduino.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer, username similar to website in answer, blacklisted user (136): Ethical hacking script not working - no error message by Guide to Hacking on stackoverflow.com
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8:45 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): How can I install the WolframScripts without root or `sudo`? by Fenyutanchan Wu on mathematica.SE
fp- feedback received
 
!!/bisect ivdm
 
9:01 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): MailGun UNAUTHORIZED error 401 after deploying to HEROKU by dulerong on stackoverflow.com
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): How do I print an arbitrary two-dimensional JSON data into a table in react? by ziwei wang on stackoverflow.com
fp- feedback received
 
9:24 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, potentially bad keyword in body, potentially bad keyword in title (195): Agen Judi Bola Online Remsi Indonesia by Poker Mania on stackoverflow.com
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): How to execute javascript in compiled view file (using View::render method) by Mees Hoogendoorn on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in body (1): Makefile doesnt use specified compiler and ingores flags by IkerGalardi on es.stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): extjs 3.3 grid grouping and sum by Sefa Kuru on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, bad keyword with email in body, messaging number in body, pattern-matching email in body, +2 more (475): Appropriate Lost love spells to get ex back +2347037650619 by Dr aminu on stackoverflow.com
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sdc bisect browseInfo
 
@RyanM Matched by browseinfo(?!\.in) on line 21909 of watched_keywords.txt
 
@SmokeDetector based on the actual spam there, that one could probably be modified to require the TLD in the domain name. Could watch it as-is as a username, though.
 
9:56 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially problematic ns configuration in answer (1): Extracting notes and highlighting from Kindle books ✏️ by Vassilis Chryssos on ebooks.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Difference between modulus (%) and floor division(//) in NumPy? by kamalakar b on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body (1): Adding searchable modelchoice field to template Django ✏️ by 1 2 on stackoverflow.com
fp- feedback received
 
@SmokeDetector why
 
@RyanM Potentially bad keyword in answer - Position 0-36: <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/
 
10:12 AM
@SmokeDetector tp- undisclosed affiliation. 1 view, video uploaded yesterday.
 
10:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body, potentially bad ip for hostname in body (44): heart should fly in elliptical path on clicking it by Harsh Vats on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Offensive title detected (52): Unclear use of the word "shit" by Joseph on english.SE
 
10:42 AM
tpu- feedback received
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev e099fc2 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of iptvm3utoday\.com by Nisse Engström) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.6.9)
Restart: API quota is 15929.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in answer, blacklisted website in answer, pattern-matching website in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (270): How does the new layout used in Fujifilm X-Pro1 sensor improve image quality? by nancybrown on photo.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Error when trying to parse a string to a double by Daniel on stackoverflow.com
 
11:20 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (3): How to check the deleted tweets? by deltweetsvw on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): TI TDA2HG SOC's mcspi on EDMA mode always got 0 by Tim Cheng on stackoverflow.com
tp feedback received on How to check the deleted tweets? [MS]
fp feedback received
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body (1): The Issues of common ground with voltmeter ammeters. HOW DO I SOLVE? by Audiosine on electronics.SE
teward/Horus: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
11:56 AM
sdc watch (?-i:UEb2ZTPxkcc)(?#YouTube)
 
sdc blacklist-number +2347037650619
 
sdc unwatch +2347037650619
 
@Daniil No such item +2347037650619 in watchlist.
 
11:57 AM
sdc bisect +2347037650619
 
@Daniil '+2347037650619' is not caught by a blacklist or watchlist item.
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in title (1): How to stream audio from an online stream in c#? ✏️ by Huber on stackoverflow.com
 
@Kulfy I think you should change your feedback here, this user is a known troll.
 
tp feedback received on Delete 1 rep spammer 1098852 [MS]
tp feedback received on Delete a 1 rep spammer [MS]
 
sdc approve 4372
 
12:09 PM
sdc approve 4373
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): How to get YouTube live stream to be muted or terminated? by a deleted user on webapps.SE
 
sdc reject 4375 "metasmoke search fails, the regex has a pattern error: '{13,50} A quantifier inside a lookbehind makes it non-fixed width' (according to [regex101](regex101.com))."
 
sdc reject 4376 "This has too many fp's on Stack Exchange ([8](stackexchange.com/search?q="trekking+in+nepal")), considering the high weight of the blacklist, I think we should leave it/put it on the watchlist as there are legitimate uses of 'trekking in nepal'. Additionally, most of the tp's share attributes with each other that can be detected. e.g. most of them use the same set of domains and usernames which means other patterns can be watched/blacklisted to detect this spam."
sdc alive
PLEASE DO NOT REBOOT, A DIAGNOSIS OF THE ISSUE IS BEING DONE AS WAS DISCUSSED BEFORE.
Threads:
in Charcoal Test, 57 secs ago, by SmokeDetector
140635574290240: MainThread
140635478902528: tasks
140635487295232: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.stackexchange.com
140635214444288: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.stackoverflow.com
140635206051584: ChatExchange: message_sender for chat.meta.stackexchange.com
140635197658880: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #167826
140635189266176: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #111347
140635180873472: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #35068
140635172480768: ChatExchange: RoomSocketWatcher for room #1181
Also as I have pointed out before, it disconnects (mostly) on a Git operation.
 
12:26 PM
teward/Osiris: Goodbye, cruel world
 
in Charcoal Test, 13 secs ago, by Daniil
sdc reboot
 
Restart: API quota is 15176.
@Daniil Closed pull request #4376.
 
Additional things I noticed: When using the reject or approve commands, Smokey posts the reject/approve comments but loses connection to CHQ before closing the PR.
sdc errorlogs
 
### ValueError on teward/Osiris at 2020-08-15T10:43:39Z: No escaped character
File "/home/smokey/SmokeDetector/excepthook.py", line 44, in run_with_except_hook
run_old(*args, **kw)
File "/usr/lib/python3.6/threading.py", line 864, in run
self._target(*self._args, **self._kwargs)
File "/home/smokey/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/chatexchange/browser.py", line 739, in _runner
self.on_activity(json.loads(a))
File "/home/smokey/SmokeDetector/chatexchange_extension.py", line 19, in on_activity
event_callback(event, self._client)
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in title (1): How to stream audio from an online stream in c#? ✏️ by Huber on stackoverflow.com
 
@tripleee FYI: Some ns changes/issues are causing CI errors.
 
12:36 PM
fp- feedback received
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Which covenant was confirmed "with the many"for one week? (Daniel 9:27) by xmarshallx on hermeneutics.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in answer (93): Optimize mysql DB execution using JDBC in Android by James on stackoverflow.com
 
@RyanM Don't feed it.
Close, downvote, remove, move on.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body (1): The issues of common ground with voltmeter and ammeters ✏️ by Audiosine on electronics.SE
fp- feedback received
iBug/Coral: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
12:53 PM
@Daniil I didn't see any troll in that post. That seemed to be a legit meta post.
 
I can't tell if it is the same user.
 
Aren't they all asking to delete user accounts of spammers?
 
I don't get what you mean
 
12:59 PM
The only post on Ask Ubuntu Meta by the user you mentioned asked to delete the user account of spammer. Same case is there. Doesn't that seem to be a legit meta question?
 
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