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7 May 2021
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richterbut we were not yet able to identify the cause from the logs or the system stats 😥14:07:05
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richtercan you confirm that you only have connection issues during the first connection to Codeberg i. e. not after you had a successful page load?14:17:52
@bubu:bubu1.euBubu
In reply to @otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.de
can you confirm that you only have connection issues during the first connection to Codeberg i. e. not after you had a successful page load?
I've just seen exactly this, yes
14:24:49
@n194:matrix.orgnSame here14:25:26
@marddl:obermui.de6543 n: look's like somebody try to atack us 15:32:38
8 May 2021
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@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richter

We're seeing an increased amount of codeberg pages being part of phishing attacks. If you come along a suspicious repo in the explore view, please let us know. These codeberg pages usually

  • do not have an index.html
  • consist of many short files (e.g. ki.html, at.html, gg.html
  • files have usually been uploaded via web (commit message is something like "upload files" if browser language was English)
  • viewing the files usually does claims to have free offers etc and redirect to some blogspot and other pages, some of them serving malware

thank you very mutch.

Also, if you have ideas on how to improve automatic detection, please let us know. We do not yet have a viable way of scanning this, since the malware is not uploaded directly to Codeberg but served via 3rd party pages, sometimes behind certain levels of redirects.

10:19:05
@falconstinker:matrix.orgBrownJenkinWhy did the RMS anti-witchhunt group chose Code Berg for people who would not use MS-GitHub?12:15:26
@n194:matrix.orgnWould something like this be useful? https://codeberg.org/n/codeberg-scripts15:25:56
@n194:matrix.orgn* Would something like this be useful? https://codeberg.org/n/codeberg-scripts15:26:04
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richterwe'll have a look at it, thank you for the script and also for your maintenance of the fonts, design and docs repos ...16:05:09
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richterfor highest efficiency, the script should probably start with the newest / recently updated pages repos, since it seems to report a lot of noise that is hard to check manually ... and these attacks appear to be new (around for about a week).16:09:59
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richterat the moment, checking the explore tab maually is still somewhat okay, but we always prefer if spam protection scales well ... I just fear that these measurements can easily be worked around, right? I mean, this is a very good starting point for now (given that it starts with the latest pages repos), but as soon as it gets known that the script looks for these two things, you can just upload a valid-looking index.html and change your browser language to chinese to upload the files (will translate the commit messages, too).16:12:32
9 May 2021
@davidak:matrix.orgdavidakthat scammers know and use our service must mean it is now somewhat popular, which is something to celebrate i guess 😄🎉05:56:49
@davidak:matrix.orgdavidakagainst spam, the usual anti spam measurements should work, like text detection... maybe we need a flagging feature and moderation?05:58:46
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.deOtto Richter I just stumbled over this Codeberg subreddit which was just created a few days ago https://www.reddit.com/r/Codeberg/ - I'm not a reddit user, but maybe someone here is interested? 11:50:28
@mondstern:bubu1.eumondstern

I just stumbled over this Codeberg subreddit which was just created a few days ago https://www.reddit.com/r/Codeberg/ - I'm not a reddit user, but maybe someone here is interested?

Of course, with a teddit instance - there are already a few (https://codeberg.org/teddit/teddit) - no problem at all.Of course, with a teddit instance - there are already a few (https://codeberg.org/teddit/teddit) - no problem at all.

15:53:25
@mondstern:bubu1.eumondsternoh doppelt sorry ;)15:53:48
14 May 2021
@yeldham:matrix.orgYeldhamIs this something official? https://codeberg.eu/01:15:14
@yeldham:matrix.orgYeldham I know there's .page, but I wasn't aware of this one. 01:16:14
@n194:matrix.orgncodeberg.eu is linked to page repos on the testing instance, codeberg-test.org01:18:24
@n194:matrix.orgn* codeberg.eu is linked to page repos on the testing instance, codeberg-test.org01:18:34
@yeldham:matrix.orgYeldhamOh, I see!01:18:45
@yeldham:matrix.orgYeldhamAnyways, finally made my own website! https://yeldham.codeberg.page/01:48:22
@robert:matrix.itcave.deRobert joined the room.15:41:02
@two:gnu.funTwoTwentyhttps://matrix.org/blog/2021/02/15/how-we-hosted-fosdem-2021-on-matrix17:09:11
@two:gnu.funTwoTwentyits nice when using the ansible matrix deploy they have a precanned prometheus and grafana for monitoring performance 17:09:39
17 May 2021
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18 May 2021
@caughtquick:kde.orgcaughtquickCodeberg is really cool honestly, I'm happy it exists as a free alternative to github, I'm moving to codeberg from github and just keeping a couple of things on gitlab that require gitlab/github/bitbucket integration03:10:47
@caughtquick:kde.orgcaughtquicknamely vercel03:11:13

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