#1084 Traceback on report from mod_s2s_blacklist on trunk

Reporter Link Mauve
Owner Nobody
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  • Type-Defect
  • Status-Accepted
  1. Link Mauve on

    What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Use mod_s2s_blacklist. 2. Try to contact a blocked server. What is the expected output? I receive an error back. What do you see instead? https://prosody.im/pastebin/f9e5cfd7-56c1-4fb4-8bd9-9572fe62fcfa What version of the product are you using? On what operating system? 8502:c63db78f4ae0 trunk, on ArchLinux. Please provide any additional information below. N/A

  2. Zash on

    Looks like a couple of minor weird things comes together to cause this. mod_dialback is sending a stanza with "db:verify" as name in the default namespace mod_s2s_blacklist catches it and attempts to send back an error reply nothing handles the reply so it goes to deal with unhandled stanzas because how the stanza name is not "message", "presence" or "iq" it goes to kill the origin for sending something invalid the origin is mod_s2s_blacklist, or rather the host it is loaded on host sessions can't be closed boom! I don't quite know where to begin...

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  3. Zash on

    https://hg.prosody.im/trunk/rev/d5d746e4c453 should turn the traceback into a log message

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