Re: Spam injected into www.nslu2-linux.org's AllRecentChanges page
- --- In email@example.com, Rod Whitby <rod@...> wrote:
> mr_markas wrote:
> > To who has the edit password for the AllRecentChanges page,
> > Please swing by http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Site/AllRecentChanges
> > . Someone has injected some SPAM URLs at the top of the page.
> > They also did it do
>Thanks for the fix.
> Fixed. Interestingly, the AllRecentChanges page is already password
> protected, so I'm not sure how that text was injected (unless the wiki
> password is now in the wild).
> -- Rod
Is it possible for them to have created some arbitrary page. Then in
the comment for major/minor remarks, they place some exceeding long
entries so it appears in the Recent changes page?
If so, is there way force a length limit on the change remarks. (This
might have the adverse effect of leading to more pages of spam to
insert more sites in the Recent changes pages.
Just a thought (and I have no idea how the current change remarks