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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Repeating characters in answer (79): "Question-answer" bisimulation‭ by Aaron DeGray‭ on mathoverflow.net
 
naa feedback received on [MS] "Question-answer" bisimulation
 
sdc blacklist-website themegplay\.top
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer, bad keyword with email in answer, blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (267): Why did Jon Osterman never contact his father?‭ by Bernard‭ on scifi.SE
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted username, potentially bad keyword in username (90): Как сформировать запрос с помощью sqlalchemy?‭ by fucking girl‭ on ru.stackoverflow.com (@VictorVosMottor)
 
@SmokeDetector tp- offensive username. flagged.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): How do you price an option on fresh corn?‭ by user60181‭ on quant.SE
 
12:56 AM
sdc blacklist-keyword darkwebprogrammer(?:[\W_]*+(?:at[\W_]*+)?gmail(?:[\W_]*+(?:dot[\W_]*+)?com)?)?
 
1:12 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Programa em Prolog desconsidera a negação‭ by sidokeira‭ on pt.stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Force quantization in physics?‭ by Alireza Jamali‭ on physics.SE
 
fp- feedback received on [MS] Force quantization in physics?
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body (1): How Do You Store LEGO Bricks?‭ by Brixter Martin‭ on bricks.SE
 
sdc watch brickresales\.com\.au
 
1:35 AM
@Machavity You are of course correct as to the default configuration, though there is at least a userscript or two (I believe FDSC does this, though I don't use it personally) that would change this behavior (cc @AdrianMole)
@Spevacus I also have the Core role and my sanity is surely also up for debate.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Pattern-matching website in body (96): How to learn it?‭ by superbestsite‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer, mostly punctuation marks in answer (123): How to write a text file with specific positions with FileStream?‭ by the tech god‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
sdc watch superbestsite\.com
 
@cigien my guess would be suspicion (or mod knowledge) that they're the same person as this spammer with that username and that this was some sort of possible spam seed.
 
1:45 AM
Though I am not, as far as anyone knows, Cody.
 
@RyanM Yeah, possibly. It does look like a legit question though.
 
Yeah...mildly suspicious that it's an SEO question, though... we certainly get a lot of those that seem like mostly a pretext to link the site, although they didn't.
Especially given that if they are the same person, their site is already on HTTPS according to the link from the previous spam
Of course, that might just be a not-uncommon name
 
It's a real name, but not a very common one. There's only one hit for it on SE (and the account is missing, so it's one of the destroyed accounts anyway).
 
2:05 AM
@RyanM You've got all of his good qualities ;)
 
2:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in answer (94): An error comes up when trying to enter play mode‭ by lk shan‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
2:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): walking to lose weight - what should I expect?‭ by Share-With-Love‭ on fitness.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Email in answer (78): How to build a trap to last the ages?‭ by Cween Cloe‭ on worldbuilding.SE
 
teward/Osiris: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev 9dd107196 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of superbestsite\.com by cigien) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.8.10)
Restart: API quota is 12103.
 
3:17 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Toxic body detected (57): How to study python?‭ by MadZci‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body, potentially bad keyword in body, blacklisted user (73): How can you restore discolored bricks? ✏️‭ by Brixter Martin‭ on bricks.SE
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] How to study python?
 
sdc watch (?-i:0e3GPea1Tyg)(?#youtube)
 
Makyen/EC2-linux: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
Makyen/MS-Relay: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
3:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev ee70830dc (Makyen: MS instance: prevent automatic revert to earlier commit) (running on Makyen/MS-Relay, Python 3.6.12)
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ip for hostname in body, potentially bad keyword in body (2): Weed online kaufen‭ by pick mike‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Weed online kaufen
 
sdc watch cannasmed\.com
sdc watch unkrautmarkt\.com
 
3:45 AM
@cigien The user account who posted it was representing a company that provided the same services as the question was asking about. The user profile was filled with spam, which I found in a different context, and was getting ready to nuke, when I saw that they had posted a question.
It is not a coincidence that the user name is watchlisted.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted username, potentially bad keyword in username, blacklisted user (161): Как сформировать запрос с помощью sqlalchemy?‭ by fucking girl‭ on ru.stackoverflow.com (@VictorVosMottor)
 
I agree that there is little in the question itself that would make it obviously spam, and the context I had is now missing for you, since I have destroyed the user account, but, generally, when a mod indicates that something is spam, they probably know what they're doing.
 
@SmokeDetector Nothing offensive about this post whatsoever; does not appear to be any sort of trolling.
 
@CodyGray Ah, I see. Thanks for clarifying.
 
3:48 AM
@CodyGray The username.
 
@cigien It's the name of a company, in fact.
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] How can you restore discolored bricks?
 
@Makyen The user name makes a post a TP?
 
@CodyGray Should we permit posting something with that username?
 
@Makyen Yes, sure. Offensive user names are handled by moderators, not by the community. You don't raise spam or abusive flags on a post because the user name is offensive.
 
3:52 AM
@CodyGray IMO, you legitimately can do so. OTOH, a custom mod flag is better, unless the username is such that the post should be removed with upmost haste.
 
Huh, that would not be the rule I would follow, and, as a mod, I would definitely reject an abusive flag on a post that contained no abusive content.
 
@CodyGray How is the user choosing a username that is clearly and obviously not in compliance with the rules regarding offensive language not R/A? The user made a choice. They intentionally chose a username that used language which is NSFW and used it in a professional environment. Other users should be able to legitimately raise R/A flags on that. If moderators want to handle the situation by resetting the user's username and disputing the flags, then great.
 
Incidentally, my user-monitoring tool running elsewhere picked up that user account, and, had it been on English SO, I would have already dealt with it. Unfortunately, I don't have mod privileges on RU SO. (Probably for the best, since I can't read anything there except the English expletives. :-))
@Makyen That's the user. Post flags are on posts.
An abusive comment, even by the OP, doesn't make the post eligible for an R/A flag, either.
 
@CodyGray Yeah, my first response was to see if they had an account on SO, which they don't, or at least didn't when first reported.
 
I can totally understand how you would interpret the guidance for SD feedback to be a bit more expansive than R/A flags, even though that was not my initial assumption/instinct. But I'm still really uncomfortable with the idea that R/A flags can take a user into account, or really anything other than the content of the post itself.
 
3:58 AM
@CodyGray The only way that users can act to remove the username from public view is to flag the post. The most expeditious flags to use for that are red flags, of which R/A is appropriate for the content.
 
Yes, but you need to raise an appropriate flag, not an inappropriate one. A custom moderator flag pointing to an issue with the user is the appropriate flag. Flagging the post as problematic is wrong, because it's not. What about going one more level removed: the user's profile contains pornography. Does that justify raising an R/A flag on their one and only post?
I.e., is this only because the user card is incidentally displayed underneath the post that an offensive user name justifies flagging the post as R/A?
 
@CodyGray I'm amazed to get this from the same person that thinks that R/A flags are appropriate on posts where the user has added a bit of extra, useless text in order to get around the quality filters.
 
It's not a contradiction. That is a problem with the post itself. Same reason why flagging fully non-English posts as abusive is reasonable: the abuse is in the post itself.
 
@CodyGray No, that would need a custom flag. The username is shown publicly on their post.
@CodyGray We don't flag non-English posts as R/A, unless the content is actually R/A.
 
Sure we do. That's an abuse of the system. It's equivalent to posting gibberish.
But I do not look at user names when handling flags on posts.
There's a less than 1 percent chance I would even notice.
 
4:04 AM
@CodyGray I suggest you read "How do I deal with non-English content?"
 
Already covered in "how to deal with gibberish".
 
@CodyGray No, it is most definitely not.
 
Absolutely.
Users are not welcome to post gibberish to this site.
Cats are not welcome to walk across keyboards, etc.
 
@CodyGray Gibberish !== non-English.
 
In the context of a site where 100% of the content is in English? Yes, yes, it is.
Your interpretation of certain words as being intrinsically abusive is equally, if not more arbitrary.
 
4:08 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (40): How to achieve this using JavaScript‭ by shaikh‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
fp- feedback received on [MS] How to achieve this using JavaScript
 
@CodyGray No, no it's not, and there is very clear consensus on MSO and MSE (see "Do posts have to be in English on Stack Exchange?") that non-English isn't considered abusive, just because it's not in English.
 
It is, in fact, much easier to understand how someone might use emphatic language to emphasize a point when writing. It is far less justified that someone might post in a language that is obviously not welcome on the site. The latter is much more clearly abusive behavior than the former.
 
@CodyGray While I personally disagree with the policy, the policy from the company is quite clear that offensive language is not acceptable. See: "Are expletives (cursing, swear words or vulgar language) allowed on SE sites?"
@CodyGray If you want to change the existing policies, then it should be discussed on Meta.
 
I don't see it as a change in policy. The general advice is to deal with non-English content by raising flags on it. That does not preclude additional or harsher action when circumstances warrant it.
 
4:13 AM
I still think it's insufficiently clear to a new user who doesn't know where to look that non-English content is not acceptable on the site. It's immediately apparent that the vast majority of the content is English, sure, but it's hard to verify that all of it is English.
(consequently, I concur that it is not abuse, unless perhaps someone persists in doing it despite being told not to)
 
I don't see how it could possibly be made any more clear. And, with the same argument, it is far less clear that expletives are not allowed. Linking to a post buried on MSE (a completely different site!) is hardly evidence of the clarity of this policy.
 
I'm much more sympathetic to the view that "question + gibberish" is abuse, though.
 
It's not welcome here, it's not reasonably justifiable, it needs to immediately go away. We have an expeditious way of accomplishing that.
Win-win all the way around. Who doesn't like winning?
 
@CodyGray The policy is quite clear that just because something is not in English doesn't make it R/A. If you want to change that, then you need to get consensus on Meta.
 
@CodyGray "English" would ideally appear somewhere in either What topics can I ask about here? or What types of questions should I avoid asking?. It would also ideally be more explicit than it is in the two places it does appear in the help center, as most people who post on an English site in languages other than English likely are on the lower end of English proficiency.
 
4:19 AM
There are many aspects of that claim which I disagree with. For starters, as I previously said, the "policy" of which you speak is general guidance aimed at advising users on how to flag things in order to increase their odds of their flags getting marked as "helpful". It is not trying to exclude the possibility of handling egregious cases with greater severity. Moreover, moderators are elected to exercise judgment, so every action that is taken by a mod does not require consensus on Meta.
@RyanM I fundamentally think that the fact that all of the text they've read up to that point has been written entirely in English should be more than enough of a clue. Do you really think that we are only justified in removing spam because we have an article in the Help Center that advises users on how not to be a spammer?
 
@CodyGray The policy regarding expletives is a dictate from the company. They actively removed what used to be the highest scoring answer to the question I linked.
 
Is the company not dictating that Stack Overflow is an English-only site? Is that just a community norm?
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in username (1): How to change even numbers to odd in a String for java? ✏️‭ by jjklsfdkk‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
@CodyGray There are plenty of sites that allow multiple languages. I don't think any allow blatant spam. So any user should know that's not allowed. But also, to some degree, yes: the exact boundaries of what counts as spam being defined by the help center does justify the removal of the less blatant spam.
@SmokeDetector fpu-
 
Argh. See, gibberish user name. No excuse for that. Yet, post is entirely non-gibberish.
 
4:23 AM
@CodyGray The fact that the sites are English-only, is, obviously, a decision on the part of the company.
 
also, in-browser auto-translation is a thing in the most popular browser on the market (Google Chrome)
 
So?
Ad blocking is a thing as well.
 
So the text they are reading may, in fact, not be written in English.
 
And for all the spammer knows, the site is filled with spam, they just aren't seeing it because they use an ad blocker. It's a patently silly argument. Users are responsible for paying attention and not being clueless.
 
Okay, let's say I go to math.stackexchange.com. How am I to know that non-English content is acceptable there, but not elsewhere on SE?
 
4:28 AM
Ugh. Are you kidding?
Well, that whole site is abusive when it comes to the standards of Q&A.
 
@Makyen Could you share a screenshot of that? I would very much like to read it.
 
> Yes, but keep them to a minimum
>
> There are some unholy things that can only be cursed.
>
> Comments are supposed to be lightweight, so there is not much point in regulating them much.
>
> Furthermore, there are people that take some innocent words as cursing.
>
> Words, are words, are words. We should keep the site tidy, but not over enforce.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in body (95): Retrofit Json Parsing ✏️‭ by mohammed amehry‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
Thank you.
 
tp- feedback received on [MS] Retrofit Json Parsing
 
4:32 AM
FWIW it was deleted by a staff member, if that wasn't mentioned (I think it was)
 
Also deleted: "It depends".
 
@cigien It's available on archive.org (and even using votes sorting, which I've edited this to link to)
 
@Makyen Thanks, that's perfect.
 
4:34 AM
sdc bisect coinb.in
 
@RyanM Matched by coinb\.(?:in|dev) on line 9595 of watched_keywords.txt
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer (62): intransitive use of "drink"‭ by ubaud34‭ on ell.SE
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] intransitive use of "drink"
 
!!/watch pscmcqs\.com
 
4:39 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklists reloaded at rev ac2929a67 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of pscmcqs\.com by Ryan M) (running on teward/Osiris)
 
@SmokeDetector lotta FP on this, originally watched here due to a clever spammer...
Hesitant to remove it at this time but if it keeps generating FP and no TP we may want to
 
4:53 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in body, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body, health-themed spam in title, +3 more (687): Diet Review: Best Health Keto Diet for Weight Loss‭ by unusajow‭ on meta.SE (@Ollie)
 
5:08 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): How do aircraft refueling in-air deal with wake turbulence?‭ by Alan Ten Broeck Sr‭ on aviation.SE (@Federico)
 
5:19 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev ac2929a67 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of pscmcqs\.com by Ryan M) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.8.10)
Restart: API quota is 11340.
 
5:44 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer, bad keyword with email in answer, blacklisted website in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (267): How can I export contact groups?‭ by Bojan‭ on android.SE (@AndrewT.)
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] How can I export contact groups?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev ac2929a67 (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of pscmcqs\.com by Ryan M) (running on teward/Osiris, Python 3.8.10)
Restart: API quota is 11115.
 
sdc watch wpsyed\.com
 
@SmokeDetector the other answer there is plagiarized. Mod flagged
 
6:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected in title, scam aimed at customers in body (294): 𝕼𝖚𝖎𝖈𝖐𝖇𝖔𝖔𝖐𝖘 enterprise @ 801-938-3241 support number‭ by james bond‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially problematic ns configuration in body (1): "Future#WaitForCompletion" while running a powershell script from GitHub - Terraform‭ by Ram Bhushan‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
6:35 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Please help my fight my addiction‭ by musa adeel‭ on islam.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body, potentially bad keyword in body (41): Pandas rename column‭ by maksites like‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Range header missing from video request?‭ by Muhammadqodir Parpiyev‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (2): Keep only the second observation per group in R‭ by Jeniffer Pog‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of answer, non-latin link in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer (112): Pre Onboarding, if data is going to be required, should we get some or all of it up front during account creation?‭ by Moien Vije‭ on ux.SE
 
!!/watch ronixtools\.com
 
6:52 AM
@SmokeDetector Spam: plagiarized from Quora with added spam link (custom flagged)
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): two triggers on object‭ by singh_25‭ on salesforce.SE
 
fp- feedback received on [MS] two triggers on object
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer (87): Floyd-Warshall: all shortest paths‭ by meloncolie‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
fp- feedback received on [MS] Floyd-Warshall: all shortest paths
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Installing Canon LBP2900b printer in 12.10‭ by Dimix‭ on askubuntu.com
 
6:57 AM
fp- feedback received on [MS] Please help my fight my addiction
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Pandas rename column
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted user (71): how can you make such a menu‭ by user469691‭ on ru.stackoverflow.com (@VictorVosMottor)
 
@SmokeDetector tp- Undisclosed affiliation: User's last name matches github link, warned in comments and will revisit
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (40): Which board should I choose for this arduino product?‭ by praw‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer (1): Accessing the Bing Ads API using Google Scripts‭ by Adel Heni‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (40): تست خواب یا پلی سومنوگرافی چیست؟‭ by zhaviz‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
7:14 AM
@SmokeDetector both answers by OP recommend the same thing
 
@SmokeDetector some spam about sleep studies
 
@SmokeDetector k Likely spam: both answers from this user promote windsor.ai, and this doesn't seem to really address the question here. (custom flagged)
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): cbimport not importing file which is extracted from cbq command‭ by hyunjuV‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Pattern-matching website in body (96): missing AdapterFactory Error during sub menu open‭ by vikram singh‭ on magento.SE
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, bad pattern in url body, pattern-matching product name in body, potentially bad ns for domain in body (379): Keto Trim Fast Diet‭ by Oscar mart‭ on skeptics.SE
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Keto Trim Fast Diet
 
7:47 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): What Benefits of Using SMS API Services?‭ by Saumya Sarkar‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer (88): Find sum from 2 tables and write code in php‭ by Ken Lee‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
!!/watch leadonca\.org
!!/watch comunidadnews\.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklists reloaded at rev 7a82d1f3b (SmokeDetector: Auto watch of leadonca\.org by tripleee) (running on teward/Osiris)
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body, potentially bad keyword in title (2): Sulit Cari Website Slot Terpercaya? Daftar Akun Anda di Situs Ini‭ by indahcasino‭ on psychology.SE
 
[ SmokeDetector ] GitHub Actions: success on 1edd804 by tripleee in the master branch
[ SmokeDetector ] GitHub Actions: success on aefcaea by tripleee in the master branch
 
7:55 AM
CI on aefcaea succeeded.
 
in Charcoal Test, 7 mins ago, by Halflife
halflife:2021-12-02 07:52:22,037:https://rebrand.ly/slotpgsoft redirects to https://149.28.136.158/judi-slot-mudah-jackpot/
@metasmoke this IP address was really active 3-4 years ago metasmoke.erwaysoftware.com/domains/17282
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer, blacklisted user (72): Simple mixer in ethereum‭ by PeterPow‭ on ethereum.SE
 
!!/watch primalsupplements\.co\.nz
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Simple mixer in ethereum
 
[ SmokeDetector ] GitHub Actions: success on e31b0e5 by tripleee in the master branch
 
!!/report stackoverflow.com/a/70193910/2227743 "spam disguised as an answer, does not disclose, see profile"
 
!!/watch vapeciga\.com
 
@tripleee That pattern looks like it's already caught by Blacklisted website in body and Blacklisted website in answer Append -force to the command if you really want to add this pattern.
 
hmmm, intriguing, why was that not included in the flag reasons then? The formatting obscures the links (they are basically broken) but they are in the post source
 
@tripleee It's only in the Markdown source, which SD doesn't check.
Why it was stripped from the rendered source, I'm not sure. Perhaps because of the rel=dofollow?
 
I think the renderer generally strips everything except a few choice tags
 
8:13 AM
I think <a> tags generally work, though.
 
Yeah, removing rel=dofollow from the links makes them render.
 
Yeah, the Markdown renderer is very strict about what attributes it allows on tags. Rather than simply ignoring the unsupported attributes, it ignores the entire tag.
 
I remember being vaguely unhappy about the decision to examine the rendered post instead of the markdown, but the opposite is unhappy for other reasons )-:
 
8:16 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Body starts with title and ends in url, potentially bad keyword in body (98): Giãn, đứt dây chằng cổ chân‭ by user17375182‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Giãn, đứt dây chằng cổ chân
 
ideally, what if the API could tell us that there is something unusual in the Markdown? But probably not gonna happen
 
Examining only the rendered source has pros and cons for sure.
Ideally we'd check both but poor Smokey is already working quite hard.
 
the main latency comes from the DNS checks, but those are currently not async, so there is no simple way to do other work while Smokey waits for DNS without some significant refactoring
and of course irrespective of latency, more work means more CPU
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): which is better for gamming, firebase or google play games?‭ by mohammad‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer (2): Customize Lightning:helpText popup‭ by ayan nath‭ on salesforce.SE
 
8:24 AM
naa- feedback received on [MS] Customize Lightning:helpText popup
[ SmokeDetector ] GitHub Actions: success on 3ecd750 by tripleee in the master branch
 
CI on 3ecd750 succeeded.
CI on fb3142f succeeded.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] GitHub Actions: success on fb3142f by tripleee in the master branch
 
!!/watch xem chi tiết
 
8:30 AM
@SmokeDetector no immediate indication of affiliation, note shared IP address with digitalkrishna.in (though that was over two years ago) metasmoke.erwaysoftware.com/domains/40764
 
!!/watch-number +62 831 6567 6522
 
Experimental, currently 94/2/1:
!!/watch-force via[\W_]*+whatsapp?.{0,20}\d{3,}
 
8:35 AM
@RyanM The regex contains an unescaped ".", which should be "\." in most cases. Append -force to the command if you really want to add this pattern.
 
"via WhatsApp" is a super common term, so this is an attempt to focus the watch on occurrences paired with a phone number
@SmokeDetector Musing: not really a problem because it's easy enough to -force, but this could probably not trigger if the . is followed by a quantifier (at least other than ?)
 
@RyanM good idea, I'll put that in a ticket
 
Thanks!
 
I'm never sure whether I should expect metasmoke to link to it in a few minutes too, but here: github.com/Charcoal-SE/SmokeDetector/issues/6775
 
I think it only links PRs
 
8:52 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported question (93): How to make a program to destroy stackoverflow?‭ by Denis del Castillo‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer, username similar to website in answer (70): Why my website is taking high memory usage?‭ by Together Books Distributor‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
!!/watch togetherbooksdistributor\.com
 
9:15 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in answer, bad keyword in link text in answer, link at beginning of answer, link at end of answer (263): How to display Radio buttons on product page in Magento 1.7‭ by nitin rupareliya‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body, potentially bad keyword in title (2): Digital Marketing Consultant‭ by user3169494‭ on stats.SE
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer, username similar to website in answer (70): Website keeps going down, is it a plugin, database, memory problem, or something else?‭ by Together Books Distributor‭ on wordpress.SE
Makyen/EC2-linux: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
9:31 AM
Makyen/MS-Relay: Executing automatic scheduled reboot.
 
!!/watch nduniversal\.com
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Digital Marketing Consultant
 
9:53 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Appending to manytomany field in Django REST API‭ by strangecarr‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted username, potentially bad keyword in username (90): let $H=\{1,15\} $ is a subgroup of $G = U(16)$ . Find all left coset of $H$ in $G$‭ by Fuck Mod TheSimpliFire‭ on math.SE
 
@SmokeDetector tp- offensive name, custom flagged
 
@tripleee Also keep in mind that a significant number of the regular expressions or detections which rely on the format being HTML. OTOH, there are a huge number which would be just fine if run against the Markdown.
 
Some, but not all, of which would be easier to write if they were matched against Markdown
One advantage of checking the rendered post is that you can put (some) HTML in the Markdown, so there are multiple ways to write things in Markdown, but they get effectively normalized in the rendered post.
 
10:01 AM
@RyanM That's not true in a number of cases. Markdown formatting is very confusable, due to using formatting that's very similar to what's used in normal text. For example, it's significantly more complex to recognize code format in Markdown than it is in HTML.
That something is actually a link is also significantly harder to determine.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): SPO link pages as translated versions using REST API‭ by retro‭ on sharepoint.SE
 
@Makyen So what you're saying is that of all the options of what you could parse with regex, you prefer HTML? ;-)
 
@SmokeDetector k that entire network user is all spam
...I think.
Literally every answer links net-informations.com, but it's also very common on the network.
(input welcome, this is not 100% clear)
Never mind, it's way too many and the links are too irrelevant, it's spam.
 
10:15 AM
@RyanM No, but trying to accurately differentiate Markdown formatting really requires a program, rather than regexes. The HTML which we're given by SE has already had a programmatic regularization process happen to it, and we're not really trying to fully parse irregular HTML.
As an example, in Markdown, if you want to know what URL is being used for some link text, that URL might be anywhere in the document. It doesn't have to be even remotely close to the text being linked. You have to be able to figure out a tertiary identifier and go match that within other specific formatting anywhere else in the document.
 
!!/allspam stackexchange.com/users/21622428/linehammer "Every single one of this user's 9 posts across the network links net-informations.com, some in wildly irrelevant contexts"
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 1 out of 9) (94): Difference between Type casting and Up/Down casting in inheritance [Java]?‭ by linehammer‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 2 out of 9) (94): Flutter ''http'' always giving me 503 status code‭ by linehammer‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 3 out of 9) (94): What is the accurate way of removing outliers from a set of data and make the data consistent using javascript?‭ by linehammer‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 4 out of 9) (94): How to ignore SettingWithCopyWarning using warnings.simplefilter()?‭ by linehammer‭ on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 6 out of 9) (94): Adminer or mysql error: no connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it‭ by linehammer‭ on serverfault.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 7 out of 9) (94): What is the "root MSE" in Stata?‭ by linehammer‭ on stats.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 8 out of 9) (94): ValueError: too many values to unpack (expected 2)‭ by linehammer‭ on gis.SE
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer (batch report: post 9 out of 9) (94): Cannot convert float Nan to integer with raster data‭ by linehammer‭ on gis.SE
 
(custom flagged one per site)
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted website in body (99): How can I Print from Samsung Tablet to WIFI Printer?‭ by kevin anderson‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
10:25 AM
 
@RyanM wow and a bunch of the stuff linking it is plagiarized, aaaaarrgh
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ip for hostname in body, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching product name in body, +4 more (494): Where to Buy Trim Fast Keto Reviews?‭ by martilassti‭ on superuser.com (@Ollie)
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Where to Buy Trim Fast Keto Reviews?
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body (1): Why wont library's work correctly when using subprocess.run? ✏️‭ by verumIgnis‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
10:35 AM
@AdrianMole & @Machavity not sure if already solved anyway ok for me!
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): How can I prevent the player/enemy from falling through the screen? ✏️‭ by khalid bouam‭ on stackoverflow.com
 
10:50 AM
@ArtOfCode I've pushed a commit to MS which fixes the primary brokenness of the CI testing. Unfortunately, your most recent "Rubocop upgrade" commit appears to have caused 24 of the Rails tests to fail. [i.e. I applied the CI fix separately to each commit from the last known passing commit and found that they would have all passed (with very minor changes) up to the "Rubocop upgrade" commit.]
I was going to try to resolve them, but the commit appears to be an automated "fixes" process which changed 101 different files and the commit message doesn't really describe the details of what was done/intended, other than upgrading Rubocop. I'd have expected such a process to be automated and not generate functional differences in the code (i.e. not actually break functional tests).
When I'm running such a conversion process and it produces functional errors, I often consider reverting the process, due to uncertainty as to any other issues the process might have introduced. Overall, it's usually a judgement as to the benefit of the process vs. the expected difficulty of resolving the new issues. I just don't have the context to make the judgement as to if reverting or if bulling through resolving the issues is the right course.
I'd appreciate it if you'd take a look at it and resolve the issues. Thanks.
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad ns for domain in body, bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, potentially bad ip for hostname in body (291): Want to learn Japanese?‭ by Mahima Mantri‭ on hinduism.SE (@Pandya)
 
tpu- feedback received on [MS] Want to learn Japanese?
 
!!/watch nonqmhomeloans\.com
 
@SmokeDetector k User has spammed before on Law.SE
(custom flagged)
 

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