Can you report someone for doing inappropriate activity in someones repl?
My friend @GameDev46 had a site named Chit Chat. Some guy named @YodaCode came on and spammed inappropriate stuff everywhere. I was wondering if you could report someone for their activity because this guy honestly deserves to get banned.
Chit Chat (we are currently spamming it to prevent his scripts from loading): https://replit.com/@GameDev46/Chit-Chat
Yes. You can!
If they put inappropriate messages. You can report them.
If they do anything to your repl, you can report them.
I mean, you aren't required to do so, and in many cases the person will get off with a warning. But that's a step closer to them being completely gone from messing with anyone again. So, I'd advice taking a step up, reporting them to a moderator, and go on your way and either fork the repl and fix what was wrong with it or well sadly..start from scratch again.
.txt file of all the passwords and that's not the best security practice either.
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@CosmicBear Breaking the rules of a Repl? REALLY? Well then, on my https://yodacode.repl.co website my rule is that nobody is allowed to visit it and if you do you get banned from Replit and you visited it so I guess you should be banned from Replit. NO! If you don't want people breaking the rules, fix your repl, don't go whining to the Repl Talk moderators.
Or, you know, you can just not do anything of the sort since you knew what was going to happen, and simply let the people be without the urge of wanting to do dumb stuff like..well..whatever it is you did.
As for @CosmicBear, bot spamming to stop someone else isn't the right thing to do. You too could get IP banned from repl.it, which would be unfortunate for you, however.
I mean yes, you could talk to moderators as to why you did it, but odds are, they won't forgive you. Spamming is spamming, being rude and having the urge to wreck peoples projects is entirely of the same aspect as well as spamming.
It's just no need, whatsoever, no matter the cause or reasoning behind it.
@GhostedNotFound @CosmicBear Lmfao. First of all, I never redirected to a p$rn site. I would never do it, and I was worried that someone would reverse the attack on me and redirect ME to a p$rn site, which was why I wanted people to be aware. Second, https://geekprank.com is not my website. It's a prank website. Check it out for yourself.
And wow that is very inappropriate especially for a website that has some kids on it.
I wasn't breaking any Replit rules. I was just sharing my favorite block of code. It's not my fault that your dumb website actually executed it.
@CodeLongAndPros The absurdity of this thread. Web security isn't a joke, and for someone to be storing passwords in an insecure manner without making it obvious to the end user can even be a federal crime, dependent on jurisdiction and context. To not have password security requirements in your ToS is a complete shock - in the case of Chit Chat, all it'd take is a malicious attacker to decode the passwords using the code provided by Chit Chat itself, and be on their merry way with a new password list to append to their (potential) wordlist. Adding onto that, kids would've put their real passwords onto the site, so not only would their Repl account get pwned, but their gmail, their Roblox, et cetera. All of these factors, just because an incompetent developer couldn't be bothered to audit the security of their site.