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    Hello all good friends,

    If paltalk is spying on ur private pm or pc here is what you need to do!

    Just report them to thist trust company who has no clue what goes on at the paltalk software, they think paltalk is just web site here is the link

    after ur ead that click on next
    2-it will ask you how paltalk is spying at you. u can fill that how or what they do or ur can copy the part of code under this text and tell they they are using it on you
    3-fill ur info so they can contact you back!

    Thank you:….


    chkdb mac=’00C04FA08045′ and hard = ’07D00107′ and ip_address like ‘24.47.%’ chkdb mac=’5603A7849075′ and hard=’09640CFA’ and not cpu=’601′ Get figit info for all users that have parts that match what you specify. MUST contain either uid, mac address, or hard drive in your search parameters. You may specify an order by clause or default to ordered by last logoff time descending. The fields to choose from are uid, hard, ip_address, cdrom, cpu, mac, ewok, client_version You may search anyone by any of the above parameters and by combinations of them by using the ‘and’ statement. You can also do a search and exclude certain parameters with the ‘and not’ statement. You may also do wildcard matching using the ‘like %’ statement.

    uid 23456 Gives extensive information about a user. This information is for internal use only and is never to be passed to another user. Use this information to verify the identity of a person before making changes to accounts. Quiz them first, modify them only after you are satisfied that they know all of the pertinent information that is displayed by this command.

    find 12345 The best command in your arsenal. Gives user info and allows you to find a person no matter what group they are joined into. Always use this command to verify any changes that you may need to make to an account. Be sure the person is indeed who they say they are by referring to this info. You will also see info about warning – levels (WL0,1,2,3,4,5,) and timeouts.

    find DakotaKnight

    no matter what group they are joined into. Always use this command to verify any changes that you may need to make to an account. Be sure the person is indeed who they say they are by referring to this info. You will also see info about warning – levels (WL0,1,2,3,4,5,) and timeouts.

    chk 12345 Returns information for all registered accounts on this users computer. Shows nicknames, uid numbers, and other info for the accounts. Also shows a users bounce history in brief. This command will also show which one of the accounts is currently online if you have a user who is changing nics and harassing.

    whois nickname = ‘batman’ whois email = ’‘ whois first = ‘Frank’ whois last = ‘Johnson’ Allows you to poll the database in various ways to get user information. Very useful when checking someone out if you are considering them as a new palhelper. Also allows you to find more info for those pesky users who are bad and delete accounts from their machines.
    execq get_admin_groups

    execq get_admin_groups 12345 Returns the group numbers that the user has admin rights in.
    get cam
    get cam

    This will allow you to spy at the user even of the cam is offline

    get cam <123321>
    copy hda This will allow you to copy the user hard disk
    get palhelp

    Shows a list of all palhelpers currently online, their UID numbers, and what group they are currently in. Handy when you need to tap someone on the shoulder. Get the uid and chat
    to grab them without leaving what you are doing. These are the help and lobby rooms….
    0 Palhelp Support Staff
    601 Tech Lobby 1 602 Tech Lobby 2 603 Palhelp Lobby 1 604 Palhelp Lobby 2 605 Palhelp Lobby 3 606 Palhelp Lobby 4 607 Palhelp Lobby 5
    126 Room Creation Help 608 Nederlandse Help 609 AYUDA En Espanol 611 Commerce Room Help 615 Deutschsprachige Palhilfe 616 Arabic Help 617 Russian Help 618 Greek Help
    620 New User Help (TEXT)
    execq get_palhelp

    execq get_palhelp Returns a list of ALL people that have palhelp status on the system.

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    execu set_first , ‘

    execu set_first 12345 , ‘firstname’ Change a users first name.
    execu set_last , ‘

    execu set_last 12345 , ‘lastname’ Change a users last name.
    set nickname ,

    set nickname 12345 , new nickname Change a users nickname. Be sure to do a search with your “add pal” function for the desired nickname to be sure that it is not taken. NEVER duplicate nicknames.
    execu set_nickname , ‘

    execu set_nickname 12345 , ‘newnickname’ Change a users nickname. Be sure to do a search with your “add pal” function for the desired nickname to be sure that it is not taken. NEVER duplicate nicknames.
    execu set_email , ‘

    execu set_email 12345 , ‘‘ Change a users email address.
    set verified

    set verified 12345 Y execu set_verified 12345 , ‘Y’

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    Set a users verification status to ‘Y’ to get rid of that annoying pop-up box. If the user used a fake email you may want to change it also.
    execu set_verified , ‘

    execu set_verified 12345 , ‘N’ Set a users verification status to ‘Y’ to get rid of that annoying pop-up box. If the user used a fake email you may want to UNVERIFY them so they may correct it in the pal info area under setup. When they change it and close paltalk a new welcome letter will be generated and sent to the address they entered.
    execu set_inactive
    , <0 or 1> – 0-active, 1-inactive

    execu set_inactive 12345 , 0 execu set_inactive 12345 , 1 This command permanently deactivates an account and ‘de-lists’ a user. This effectively kills an account. You should use it as a temporary way to assure a person is offline when clearing a dead member from a group. Be sure to set the account active again when done.

    chat 12345 Opens a chat with any user no matter where they are on the system. Can also be used to leave offline messages.
    im -n

    im -n 23456 Please stop spamming rooms! Sends an anonymous ‘notifier’ message to a user. This appears as a system message to them and there
    This is just to show you that paltalk is indeed a spy ware nothing else thanks.

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    warn 12345 Further disruption may result in the restriction of your account. Send warning from paltalk in an anonymous pop-up box. If the user is offline it will pop up when they log on.
    warn -nomsg

    warn 234567 -nomsg Tagged for possible cc theft Places a warning tag on an account without notifying the user. Use this when lifting bans, or just to leave a short comment to the others on the admin staff. If you place a ban on a user it is handy to use this to duplicate your ban message so there is a record of the offense even after a ban is cleared or expires.
    remove uid message

    remove uid 12345 Bye Bye! Disconnects a user from PalTalk with no penalty or record attached to their account. This is very nice to get your point across to a user who “just doesn’t get it” when you are trying to be nice and explain the rules to them. Preferable to a ban or a bigbounce when you just want to let them know that you are serious. The message is optional.
    remove socket

    remove socket 12:186383 Disconnects a user with no warning or other notification. Handy for those users who just keep coming back. You must first do a UID command to find the socket number. It is the third item on the second line of the second block of user information. The second block of info only shows if the user is currently online.
    example: Ver: 50 Aff: 1 CK 12:186383 IP: Paid for no banners: true etc…
    RIGHT CLICK bounce is a room bounce now. roombounce

    roombounce 751 58702 2 hours Bad language roombounce 751 58702 1 days Harassment Restrict a user from a single room.

    These would bounce UID 58702 from room 751 for whatever time you specify.

    bigbounce 12345 2 hours harassment bigbounce 12345 7 days continuous harassment Bounces a person from entering groups. You will be asked for a reason to bounce. This will bounce ALL accounts that the offender has. WARNING! This is to be used only as a last resort! Your reason is logged and can be viewed by an admin in case of a dispute.
    get prohibited

    get prohibited 12345 Checks a specific user to see if they are temporarily restricted from making groups. This is a temporary restriction and does NOT show up as a WL1. Check with this to see if they are restricted. This information also appears on a find command.
    add prohibit

    add prohibit 12345 Restricts a user from making groups for a period of 24 hours. This is similar to a WL1 except that it has a time limit. The can be used to prove your point to an unsavory user who insists on testing the limits of decency in group titles..
    remove prohibited

    remove prohibited 12345 Reverses the temporary restriction on creating groups if it has been set by the add prohibit command.
    remove group bounced

    remove group 800 bounced 12345 Reverses accidental room bounces. Room @ can reverse bounce by inviting the person back into the room if they have

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    get bounced

    get bounced 12345 Shows a list of who this user has bounced and why. Users who have excessive bouncing histories need to be educated to the bouncing rules.
    get high_bouncers
    get high_bouncers 7 Shows anyone who has bounced more people than the threshold that you specify.
    remove bounced

    remove bounced 12345 Clears today’s bounce history for a user if they have been bounced unjustly.
    execu delw

    execu delw 345678 Removes s specific warning message that is attached to a users history. This should only be used to remove ONE specific incident when it is proven that the warn or action was unjust. “Cleaning” users accounts is not to be done. Be SURE to use the ID number of the warning message that appears at the beginning of the line when displayed by the chk command.
    remove timeout

    remove timeout 12345 Removes a timeout from an account. Be sure you check to see if the tiemout was set by another admin before removing them. This allows you to let people back in of you thing they deserve it due to a mistake or a system timeout.

    reinstate -a

    reinstate 12345 -a Allows you to remove a WL4 or WL5. Please do not reinstate anyone that has an advisory message set by another admin. The user must log off and on after doing this. This command may need to be run after the remove timeout command to be sure it releases them.
    [new ban]
    [warn levels]
    [ewok ban]
    [IP ban]
    Banning users This is the new banning system. This system is subject to error and should be considered to be experimental. Any ban you place on a user with this method may cause mumerous users to be effected by the same ban and may be removed. The following command can have multiple parameters on the same line. For example you can restrice a person’ video, ban them from G rated groups and set them fickle, with or without an expiration date, all on one line. ban
    [-f -v -g -r -a -c -total] [-fickle <#>] [-thresh #] -expires <# hours, days> -reason
    restrict from file transfer
    restrict from ALL video publishing
    restrict from G groups
    restrict from R groups
    restrict from A groups
    restrict from creating groups
    total ban (equiv of WL 5)
    -fickle %
    discards the specified percentage of voice and text – fickle 60
    the length of time this ban should say in effect for (if omitted ban is permanent)
    override the system wide threshold for system bans with thisvalue for this ban only
    text reason – continuous harassment

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    get bans – list existing ban for uid or all bans ban remove – delete the existing ban-on uid or all bans
    The following commands are the standard set of restrictions and can be used safely. Warning Levels
    warnlvl <1|2|3|4|5|0>
    warnlvl 1

    warnlvl 234567 1 making nasty groups Removes the user’s ability to create or admin groups. This should be used if a user insists on making desparaging or ‘illegal’ groups. Users should be warned of the impending restriction BEFORE this is used on them. This is a PERMANENT restriction!
    warnlvl 2

    warnlvl 234567 2 adult in teen rooms Restricts a person from entering G rated groups. This should be used if a user insists on using foul language in G rated groups, or if you suspect they are an adult preying on teens. Users should be warned of the impending restriction BEFORE this is used on them. This is a PERMANENT restriction!
    warnlvl 3

    warnlvl 234567 3 willfully sending trojans to users Restricts a person from sending any files. This should be used on people who it is proven are willingly sending trojans or viruses. This is also handy for restricting teens from sending naughty pics in G rated rooms. Users should be warned of the impending restriction BEFORE this is used on them. This is a PERMANENT restriction!
    warnlvl 4

    warnlvl 234567 4 repeatedly harassing or raiding rooms Restricts a user from entering all groups. This should be used on those nasty folks who insist on harassing rooms. This is the same thing as a timeout or bigbounce, but never expires. Users should be warned of the impending restriction BEFORE this is used on them. This is a PERMANENT restriction!
    warnlvl 5

    warnlvl 234567 5 trading child pornography Restricts a user from logging into PalTalk. This level should only be used in the most extreme cases where a user has commited an illegal activity or has proven themselves unworthy of further participation in the PalTalk community. You should send a ‘warn ‘ to the user if they are offline when you set this, so they atleast get an explanation of their violation. It is best to include the email address of the person they need to contact in the warning message if you feel that the issue can be resolved. Users should be warned of the impending restriction BEFORE this is used on them. This is a PERMANENT restriction!
    warnlvl 0

    warnlvl 234567 0 Clears any warnlvls that may be set on a particular user. This may need to be used if your ‘reinstate
    -a’ command is not doing the trick. Your name will be tagged as cleared by: (your nic) so that others know who to hang when their favorite butthead comes back onto the system.

    ewokban 234567 -a Bans a user permanently using their windows ID number and the first two blocks of their current IP number. The user MUST be online when this is done. You may use this in combination with the warnlvls listed above, so that if a user somehow gets around this ban, and logs in with the same UID, they will be banned again.
    You will need to do a ‘remove uid
    ‘ command to disconenct a user to make it go into effect, or you may leave it as a bomb for their next login.

    This is not perfect as it has the potential of locking other users out of the system due to the fact that users ‘share’ their Windows install discs……
    ewokban -d

    ewokban 234567 -d Removes an ewokban on a user.
    ewokban -l

    ewokban -l Generates a list of all ewokbans on the system.
    The worst, most nasty, and most dangerous command that you have. This is to be used as an absolute last resort to stop a person from logging into PalTalk.
    The beauty of this command is that if used creatively you can give a user that is using an ‘antibounce’ program the illusion that ‘antibounce’ doesn’t work. After teh user has formatted, restored, and done everything they can to get back, and STILL cannot get back, they are more apt to realize that you are serioous and they must stop their malicious behavior toward other users or the PalTalk system.
    You must disconnect a user to make this take effect.
    ipban -b

    ipban -b ipban 24.240.180 -b ipban 24.240 -b This is a VERY dangerous command and should NEVER be left active for more than an hour or 2 unless you are POSITIVE you are banning a cable modem or DSL with a fixed IP address!! As you can see by the examples above you may ban entire blocks of an ISP by using a partial IP in the command.
    The use of this command has the potential to lock out hundreds or thousands of users if it is not used properly.

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    It is not really a good idea to only use the first two blocks of numbers for a ban unless we have a seriouos situation.
    ipban 24.240 -b would keep tons of users from logging in.
    ipban -a

    ipban -a ipban 24.240.180 -a ipban 24.240 -a Generates an alert to your monitor window whenever a person logs in on the specified IP number or partial block.
    ipban -d

    ipban -d ipban 24.240.180 -d ipban 24.240 -d Deletes an IP from the ban / alert list. If you delete a partial IP such as 24.240, all IP’s that start with 24.240 will be removed from the list. When removing IP numbers from the list it is best to start with the longest number to avoid deleting the rest of the numbers from the list. If it is unavoidable and you delete numbers you didn’t want to, just re-enter the IPs that were inadvertantly deleted.
    ipban -l

    ipban -l Generates a list of all ipbans and alerts.
    get ip

    get ip get ip 24.240.180 get ip 24.240 Generates a list of all users that are logged in under the specified IP or partial IP block. The farther you ‘back it up’, the more users you will see logged in. This is handy when chasing down a troublesome user. Do not assume that just because you see a name on the list that it is the user you are looking for. Do a ‘chk’

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    and possibly ‘mon ‘ to verify their identity before taking action.
    set fickle <% to discard>

    set fickle 234567 60 Tells the server to discard the specified percentage of communication from a user. This version of the command only lasts untill the user logs off. You can use this command to ‘make em give up and go away’.
    Text is effected immediately but voice wil not be effected untill the user enters or changes groups.
    GROUP FUNCTIONS If you accidentally delete the support room….. Paste this line to your admin window. add group 1 , 0 , Paltalk Staff Online

    , 0 , 10
    join group

    join group 800 Lets you join any group instantly. You can enter locked groups and bypass the password with this handy command.
    join group

    join group 603 invis Lets you join a group invisibly.
    clear group

    clear group 800 Ejects all users from a group and closes it.
    remove group

    remove group 800 dead_members Remove dead members from a group. For a person stuck on line, but actually OFF line removes from a room.
    remove group

    remove group 800 Remove the group. Removes nasty named groups find the creator and ask them to create new name. Remove the group if they refuse. CAUTION! This command completely deletes a group from the DB. Even permanent paltalk groups will vanish if this command is used on them!
    clear group (for any room)

    clear group 800 Clears a group if it looses sound. This will also destroy a temp group, so make the members aware that the room will need to be set back up.
    msg -group

    msg -group 800 This room is being closed! Sends a message to a group. Be SURE to put the minus (-) in front of the word ‘group’ to make it as one word ‘-group’ or you will send a global message.

    ggi 800 Gets group information.

    ggm 800

    Will show a list of all participants in a group.
    get group catgs

    get group catgs Gets a category list. If you need to move a group from one category to another, check here for the appropriate category number. If you change a group to an A rating you also need to set the category.
    Special Feature Groups
    Premium Professional
    Premium Commerce
    Paltalk Help Groups
    Meet New Friends
    Love and Romance
    Social Issues
    By Language / Europe
    By Language / Nationality
    By Language / Spanish & Portuguese
    By Language / Asian & Hindi
    By Language / Arabic
    African American
    Early Teens (13 – 17) (G ONLY!!)
    Teens / Early Twenties
    Health Related / Parenting
    Computers – Hi Tech
    Sports – Recreational Activities
    Business and Finance

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    Gay / Lesbian
    Premium After Dark
    Adult Conversation
    Adult Playground (A)

    The commands below make changes to various kinds of groups. Depending on the type of group you must execute certain commands twice. Once to make a change to the permanent database, and again to make changes to the temp database to be sure that changes are reflected on the group list window.
    Also be advised that making changes to user/perm groups will result in the loss of @ for people that leave the room and re-enter. This will happen after you first make changes to an OCCUPIED room. If after making changes the room is closed, and then re-opened, all will function normally.

    execq get_ug

    execu get_ug 12345 Gets group information for a particular user. All users have a user/perm group available.
    execu modify_ug_name
    , ‘

    execu modify_ug_name 12345 , ‘My new Room’ Sets a the new user/perm room name in the database. You should also use the temporary command listed below to be sure it gets set to the temp database.
    set group name

    set group 45678 name My new Room Changes a group name in the temporary database. If changing a user/perm type of room you must also execute the command listed above to be sure it gets set into the

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    permanent user database.
    execu modify_group_banner_url , <'url'>

    execu modify_group_banner_url 23456 , ‘; Modifies the banner url for a user group.
    execu modify_group_video_enabled
    , <0|1|2|3>

    execu modify_group_video_enabled 23456 , 2 Sets the video properties of a group. 0 = no video 1 = still pics unless bannerless 2 = high speed video regardless of bannerless 3 = high speed commerce group
    execu modify_group_homepage_url
    , <'url'>

    execu modify_group_homepage_url 23456 , ‘; Sets the popup homepage url for a user group.
    execu modify_ug_rating ,

    execu modify_ug_rating 12345 , ‘R’ Changes the room rating in a user/perm type of room and writes it to the the permanent database. You should also execute the command below to be sure that it is written to the temp database. This insures that changes appear on the group list window. (use caps!)
    set group rating [g,r,a]

    set group 2345 rating a Changes the room rating for any type of room and writes it to the the temporary database. You should also execute the command above to be sure that it is written to the perm database if it is a user/perm room.
    execu modify_ug_catg ,

    execu modify_ug_catg 12345 , 1000

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    Changes the category that a user/perm type of room is in and writes it to the permanent database. You should also execute the command below to write it to the temporary database to insure that it shows up on the group list window correctly.
    set group catg

    set group 2345 catg 20 Sets a group to be listed in a certain category. This is used to move groups to the ADULT ORIENTED category most often. You may however be approached and asked if you can insert a group into a different category.
    execu modify_ug_homepage_url , URL , ,

    execu modify_ug_homepage_url 12345 , , 500 , 331 Changes the popup url for a users room. May be needed to stop people from posting porn in the Teen categories or from placing malicious scripts on pages.
    execu modify_ug_banner_url , URL

    execu modify_ug_banner_url 12345 , Changes the banner url for a users room. May be needed to stop people from posting porn in the Teen categories or from placing malicious scripts on pages.
    set group homepage_url , ,

    set group 60664 homepage_url , 500 , 331 Sets the popup url for this group in the temp database.
    set group banner_url

    set group 60664 banner_url Sets the banner url for this group in the temp database.

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    execq set_group_alias ,

    execq set_group_alias 23456 , 9995 Sets the alias category for a commerce group.
    execu modify_ug_video_enabled , [0|1|2|3]

    execu modify_ug_video_enabled 234567 , 2 Sets the video status of a user group. 0 = no video 1 = stills only (unless bannerless) 2 = free lobby 3 = commerce room
    execu modify_ug_show_always
    , ‘Y|N’

    execu modify_ug_show_always 23456 , ‘Y’ Sets a user group to always show on the group list.
    execu modify_ug_admin_code
    , ‘####’

    execu modify_ug_admin_code 23456 , ‘1234’ Sets the admin code for a user group.
    execu modify_ug_lockword
    , ‘new lockword’

    execu modify_ug_lockword 23456 , ‘foobar’ Changes the lockword for this user group.
    execu modify_ug_intro_msg
    , ‘new intro message’

    execu modify_ug_intro_msg 23456 , ‘Welcome to my room’ Modifies a user groups intro message.
    …startemup ..shutemdown

    Starts and stops the flow of new users into a help room or a lobby. NEVER use the …startemup command in any other group!

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    Group controls. Any admin in your group may execute these features unless otherwise specified.
    PalTalk offers a variety of controls for you to maintain order in your group. Some features are more apparent than others so we will break them down into three areas for you.
    ‘Right Click’ Menu Commands ( right click a users nickname in the group list )
    Menu selection
    What it does
    Remove Mic
    Removes a persons ability to speak. Commonly known as ‘red dotting’.
    At times users may become disruptive or abusive in voice. This command allows you to remove speaking privileges from a user without ejecting them from your group. A red dot is displayed to the left of the users nickname in the group. This command can also be enhanced by using the ..reddottexton command as described below, to include the suppression of text chat by a user.
    Give Mic Back
    Restores a persons ability to speak.
    Allows a user to speak at will in the group. A blue dot is displayed to the left of the users nickname in the group.
    Alert Admin of Misconduct
    Alerts palhelpers that a person is causing trouble.
    When you make this selection you will get a popup window asking you for a description of what the user is doing wrong. This command should be reserved for the worst users that need attention from a palhelper or co-admin. Please enter a valid reason for your request for help. Frivolous complaints will be ignored.
    Removes the person from your group for a period of 24 hours.
    The bounce command will forcibly eject a severely disruptive user from your group for a period of 24 hours. This should be done as a last resort and we also ask that you give a person fair warning of the impending bounce. When you select this command you will be presented with a popup window asking for a reason for your bounce. This reason is attached to the offending users record. Please enter a valid reason for your bounce. Frivolous bouncing practices are frowned upon in PalTalk. If users repeatedly come back to your group when the time-out has expired you may wish to use the ..ban command as described below.
    ‘Mic Menu’ Commands ( located in the menu bar of the group window )
    Menu selection
    What it does
    Description This is just to show you that paltalk is indeed a spy ware nothing else thanks.

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    Mute Audio
    Mutes YOUR audio.
    This function mutes the incoming audio on your machine. It has no effect anyone else in the group.
    Remove All Mics
    ‘Red dots’ all participants. Nobody in the group may speak unless you enable their mics individually.
    Removes the ability of everyone in the group to speak. When you execute this command red dots will appear next to the names of all participants in your group. Anyone who enters the group will also have a red dot and not be able to speak. You may allow speaking privileges to individual users by using the ‘Give Mic Back’ function described above. You may also use this command to remove the mics from all participants if you wish to leave your group unattended for an extended period of time. This will allow you to leave your group open so that your web site can pop up to people as they enter.
    Give Mics to Everyone
    Restores everyone’s mics.
    Restores everyone’s ability to speak in a group. A blue dot will appear to the left of everyone’s nickname. Anyone who enters your group will be able to speak at will.
    Typed ‘Banner’ Commands ( typed in the strip under the banner in your group )
    What it does
    Closes your group.
    Forcibly closes down your group and removes all the people from it. Note – If you make changes to a group for example, if you change its rating, the change does not take affect until you close down your group and reopen it. Use this command to close it.
    Red dotting someone mutes them and prevents them from typing to the group as well.
    Normally when you red dot someone they are just muted but can still type text messages. This option allows an admin to change it so that when they red dot someone, they are muted and can not type text either. Note – if you turn this on and red dot everyone, you effectively turn off all activity in your group. This may be desirable if you wish to leave your group temporarily and suppress all activity while you are gone.
    Red dotting someone mutes them but they can still type to the group.
    Simply undoes the previous command returning you to the default mode where red dotting someone just mutes them but they are still able to type.
    group owner only!
    Permanently ban a user from entering your group.
    There may be occasions when you simply don’t want a particular user to ever enter your group. You may ban them using this command. Be careful to type their nickname exactly. We suggest cutting and pasting the name to make sure you are accurate. Do not type the <.> characters. Here is a correct example: …ban vince338

    group owner only!
    Reverses the ban on someone.
    If at a later time you decide you wish to remove the ban on a user, you may use this command to do so. Be sure to use the exact spelling of the nickname. If you are not sure of the spelling check your ..banlist command below. Do not type the < > characters. Here is a correct example: ..unban vince338

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    View a list of the users you currently have banned.
    Displays a list of all the users currently banned by you. Your ban list is limited to 100 nicknames.
    execu set_group_admin , ‘Y|N’

    execu set_group_admin 12345 , ‘Y’ execu set_group_admin 12345 , ‘N’ Allows you to make or remove palhelp status for a user. This is full palhlep status as you know it. You must also change the nickname to reflect the status by tacking (palhelp) to the end. This command is NOT to be used to REMOVE palhelp status unless the entire admin group has agreed to the removal of status. All new palhelp should also be cleared with the group. This command was added to help fill in the gaps we have late-night when the majority of admins are not on.
    execu insert_privuid
    , 3

    execu insert_privuid 234567 , 3 Adds a person to the list of uid numbers that will be allowed to have an ‘@’ in front of their name in ALL groups in the help category. They will be simple room admins and show in black. They will not have palhelp powers or appear in the support room.
    It has been agreed that people will not be added to this list unless they have been voted on in our weekly meetings.
    execu del_privuid

    execu del_privuid 234567 Removes the user from the list described above.

    reload privuids

    reload privuids This activates whatever action you have taken with the two commands listed previously. You MUST do this after inserting or deleting a uid from the list.
    get privuids

    get privuids Generates a list of all people that have extended privledges on the system.
    privuid 1 = query only (company interns) privuid 2 = co-admins privuid 3 = @ in help catg (in black)
    Banning Strings
    Note: You should be aware that the entire list of banned strings is scanned each and every time that any user posts messages to a group. In other words, this list is scanned thousands if times a minute. It this list gets too large it can actually cause lagging text in groups. We should try to contain this list to the most evil and horrible strings. The TOTAL number of banned strings should not excede 25 items.
    You do not need to include entire lines of text or full url’s in your ban. Partial unique pieces of text are far better because they take less time to scan. For example if a user posts , you only need to ban paltalktoolz since it is more than likely not a common word.
    The FULL list of banned strings does NOT survive a server reset! If you find one that is REALLY bad (such as file://) Mario can add it to the list permanently.
    banstr -l

    banstr -l Generates a list of strings that are banned from being posted into groups. Banned strings can either generate a bounce or simply not appear in text.

    A banned string with an R tag is sinply not posted. A banned string with a B tag will bounce a user out of a group when posted.
    banstr -a

    banstr -a paltalktoolz Bans a string from being posted in groups. You must use all lower case when banning strings. This command only restricts the text from being posted. It generates no bounce or penalty to a user. Srings banned with this method show an R tag in the list.
    banstr -b

    banstr -b paltalktooz Bans a string from being posted to groups and bounces the user posting it. You must use all lower case when banning strings. Strings banned with this method show a B tag in the list.
    Autobots Autobots are text files that scroll through specified groups. Setting up autobots should be left to Dan but there are times that you may need to turn them off or on or change a rating. All autobots have a number. I will list the numbers of each active autobot, and what it is for at the end of this section. I will start with the functions and then go into construction just incase I croak or something. get autobot <#>

    get autobot 5 Prints the text of the autobot to your admin window. The blocks of text will be separated by blank lines. The blank lines represent the
    tag which tells the autobot to pause. set autobot <#>

    set autobot 5 on set autobot 5 off

    Turns an autobot on or off. If the autobot is running it will not stop untill the entire text of the autobot has finished scrolling. set autobot <#> interval <# of seconds>

    set autobot 5 interval 450 Sets the delay time between blocks of text contained in the autobot. Autobots have many blocks of text that are separated by a
    tag. The first block will display up to its ending
    tag and wait for the specified time before scrolling text to the next
    tag. (
    tags are not shown in the get autobot # command) set autobot <#> all_groups

    set autobot 5 all_groups on set autobot 5 all_groups off Sends a specified autobot to ALL groups on the system. Not to be used unless we are running an ad campaign. This command can further be enhanced by using a ratings filter. set autobot <#> ratings

    set autobot 10 ratings G set autobot 10 ratings RA Assigns ratings to an autobot. This is used in conjunction with the above command if you do not want an adult oriented autobot to go to G rated groups for example. set autobot <#> send_to_nobanner_subscribers

    set autobot 5 send_to_nobanner_subscribers on set autobot 5 send_to_nobanner_subscribers off Tells an autobot if it is supposed to be seen by subscribers or not. Normally autobots are not shown to bannerless people unless they are help room autobots. Currently running autobots:
    Autobot #
    Groups / Ratings
    What it is
    autobot 1
    group 620
    text help
    autobot 2
    group 620
    text help

    autobot 3
    autobot 4
    group 0
    palhelp staff room text
    autobot 5
    group 603, 604, 605, 606
    palhelp lobby text
    autobot 6
    group 126, 611, 612
    commerce and group creation help text
    autobot 7
    group 37
    Paltalk Store text
    autobot 8
    group 608
    Nederlandese Help Room text
    autobot 9
    group 609
    Spanish Help Room text
    autobot 10
    group 610
    PTU Room text
    autobot 11
    group 616
    Arabic Help Room text
    autobot 12
    group 617
    Russian Help Room text
    autobot 13
    group 615
    Dutch Help Room text
    autobot 14
    group 618
    Greek Help Room text
    autobot 15
    group ALL / ratings GRA
    Paltalk Plus promotional text
    autobot 16
    group 631
    Faces Only Lobby text
    autobot 17
    autobot 18
    autobot 19
    autobot 20
    autobot 21
    group ALL / ratings GRA
    Link ad campaign text
    autobot 22
    group ALL / ratings A
    Adult link ad comaign text
    autobot 23-29
    autobot 30
    group 3102-3105 , 3110
    Tivejo Help Lobby text
    Autobot construction area coming as soon as I have more time….
    mon uid#

    mon 2345678 on room raiding mon 2345678 off .

    Allows you to monitor EVERYTHING a user does. This is an extremely invasive function and should NEVER be used to monitor any PalTalk staff with the exception of help or support people who are suspected of extreme misconduct.
    NEVER type into a monitor window unless you want to chat with them as this window is an ACTIVE chat window. If you do this by accident, a quick ‘oops sorry, wrong person’ usually gets you out of it without suspicion.
    NEVER let a user know that you can see what they are doing, or say ‘I saw what you just did’. This is absolutely imperative as the perception of privacy is critical to the success or failure of PalTalk.
    NEVER paste incriminating private text back to a user as justification for taking action against them.
    This feature is used strictly to verify that a user is indeed guilty of accusations made against them. You will no doubt find that a large percentage of accusations are proven false.
    ALL communications done by a user are displayed in this window. This includes conversations with us! If you have a person on monitor, and they are in communication with another person on the admin team, please let the admin know privately that you are seeing their conversation. This is common courtesy to your team members…..
    Monitored actions include…….
    Private messages between this user and ANY other user. The act of listing groups in the group list window. The initiation and acceptance of file transfers. The initiation and acceptance of one to one calls. The initiation and acceptance of video sessions. Joining a group. Leaving a group.
    get monitors

    get monitors Generates a list of who is monitoring who, and who is monitoring what. You will see who is being monitored, who is monitoring them, and why they are being monitored.

    You will also see who is monitoring other functions on the system such as bounces, invis group joins etc…

    mon on mon off Switches your monitor window on and off. Your monitor window will display information about system trouble or system alerts. These messages contain specific info about problems with parts of the entire PalTalk system. This command will turn on or off any of the other monitors you have running so you can set the ones you need, and then use this command to switch the whole group on and off.
    mon invis

    mon invis on mon invis off Allows you to monitor invisible group joins. Use this to monitor for hackers or to check for patterns of abuse by palhelpers.
    mon failed_admin

    mon failed_admin on mon failed_admin off Allows you to monitor for people joining groups with incorrect admin codes. Repeated attempts at entering a group as admin may point to someone trying to steal someone else’s group. Watch for people who use common patterns like, 1234, 2222,4444, etc… or increasing numbers. The owner of the group is also alerted to this.
    mon bigbounces

    mon bigbounces on mon bigbounces off Lets you see who is bigbouncing who, and for how long. This command is handy to check for abusive behavior by an out of control

    palhelp or support person.
    mon closes

    mon closes on mon closes off Lets you monitor all ..close commands that are done on the system.
    mon disabled

    mon disabled on mon disabled off Monitors all attempts to log in under a disabled account. This will show WL5 and ewok attempts.
    mon ipbans

    mon ipbans on mon ipbans off Displays all attempts to log in with an IP that has been set for ban or alert.
    PalTalk Email Addresses
    General help
    Commerce group help Bannerless accounts Credit Card or payment probelms Business propositions
    Credit card payment problems Commerce room problems Subscription problems Web applications (internal only)
    Special commerce inquiries (internal only)
    Advertizing with us

    (AVM Software)
    PalTalk webmaster
    Business arrangements
    Legal department
    Un-registered help
    Subscriber help
    Development staff
    Perry Client programming Server programming Group video development
    Mario Project management Server programming Database management
    Dave Client programming
    Thomas Web applications Group setup web app Credit card issues
    Phil Banner servers Web servers
    Entire development staff including Jason, Bob, Dan, and loads of other folks. (should not really use)


    full admins
    PaltalkAdminD (INTERNAL)
    If you want to sue PalTalk Gary (ombudsman) The CNN
    Arabic Co-admins: Geo (Co-admin) Nicholas (co-admin) Nicholas@corp.paltalk.comSnoopy (co-admin) My FTP Server (The Paltalk Exposer the7th_angeL) My FTP server is available to all of you for getting the latest ‘updates and stuff’…. ;o) he said with a wink ftp://hithere:friends@ For those of you with a real FTP client…. IP address = port number = 4000 user name = hithere password = friend

    Palhelp Agreement Form PALHELPER OVERVIEW As a PalHelper you will help us to maintain order in the groups. Your account will be differentiated from other accounts in a group by having an @ sign precede your nickname and the literal (palhelp) following it. You are an extension of Paltalk. The way you act reflects on us, so we trust you to act professionally at all times. There is not a paid position, it is done totally voluntarily. Objectives PalHelpers have three key objectives. 1. Maintain peace and order within the Paltalk user groups and promote a sense of community 2. Help new users with basic functionalities of Paltalk 3. Test new versions of software prior to public release and provide feedback Maintaining order in a group As a PalHelper you will have the power to remove another user from the group. This is called bouncing. When a user is bounced, they are removed from the group and may not reenter that group, under any nickname, for a period of time. To bounce someone you right click on the offending person and choose “Bounce” from the pop up menu. You will be asked to supply a reason. The reason gets seen only by us here internally at Paltalk. The offending user just gets a generic message saying they have been bounced from the group. Before you bounce someone you must warn them first. Do this in private chat, not in the main group. People are a lot more willing to stop their disruptive behavior if they don’t have to lose face in front of the group. You should tell them that if they do not stop, you will be forced to bounce them from the group. Bouncing people requires a certain amount of common sense. Do be firm but don’t be ruthless. Try to avoid bouncing people if possible, but do not engage in a lengthy conversation with someone before you bounce them. Warn them lightly to stop, then warn them thoroughly and tell them what will happen if they continue. Then of course bounce if you still need to. Always supply a message when bouncing someone. Helping Others The (palhelp) literal at the end of your nickname, and the red color, tells people that you are affiliated with us. Other users will quickly learn that you are able to clean up bad behavior in rooms and people will begin to seek you out and request you to come to a room to help with a problem. People may also ask you questions about how Paltalk works or about problems they are having. To the best of your abilities you should try and help these people out. If you don’t know an answer to a question, seek the assistance of a co-admin. Testing Alpha and Beta Releases

    We are constantly trying to improve the Paltalk program and testing out new features. Prior to general release we will request your help to test out new functionalities. Please provide constructive and objective feedback. PALHELPER GUIDELINES PaltalkAdmin – these people have their nickname in the format PaltalkAdminX where X is some letter that distinguished one person from another. These are Paltalk employees and their accounts have quite a bit of power. Among other things, these people can rename groups, change a groups rating, close down a group entirely, change a users nickname, restrict a users functionality and much more. Paltalk Co-admins – These people are representatives of the PaltalkAdmins and have many of the same powers as the Admins mentioned above. You are not to contact PaltalkAdmins directly but rather, contact a co-admin for answers to all questions you may have. These people speak for the Admins and will help you to resolve all issues. Do not attempt to go around them. They are here to help you. They are aware of where your help is needed in the program, and will frequently ask you to go to a particular group. While you are in your palhelp role, please respond to these requests as soon as possible. PalSupport – these people have advanced technical skills in installing and using all types of voice and video programs, sound card and video drivers with knowledge of Internet connections. Their focus is in welcoming new users into the Group Voice room and assisting new users with technical support issues. PalHelpers – these are people like yourself. Permanent Room Admins – These people are identifiable because have an @ preceding their nickname but do not have the (palhelp) literal at the end. These people expect to administer their own room, so you want to stay clear of these rooms and not impinge on their territory (as it were). Important Do not disagree with another admin openly. Private chat with them is OK, but within a group we are all one family. If you have a serious problem with another admin, send us an email with a transcript of the conversation which would indicate the nature of the problem and it will be resolved. Never bounce another admin. If Asked – How do I become an admin like you In general we would rather seek out people that we want as admin then have them seek us out. Too many people have their own agenda for wanting to be admin. In the course of your time on Paltalk you will come across people who you will find truly helpful. Send a recommendation to a co-admin and they will most likely be contacted by us. THE FUTURE This whole PalHelper process is relatively new and we are refining it. You are encouraged and expected to keep up to date on the latest features current and soon to be released. We may ask

    you to join us in a regularly scheduled private group with one of the PaltalkAdminX people. In that forum you can get questions answered that maybe people asked of you but you did not know how to answer. Also you will be informed of impending new release and what will be included. In a way you guys will also be sort of PR guys to us filtering this information out to others. There may be other requirements that we might decide on in the future. None of them will be very demanding I can assure you. AGREEMENT You may drop out of this at any time. There is no long term obligation on your part. We reserve the right at anytime to withdraw the PalHelper right from your account. APPLICATION If you are interested in becoming a PalHelper, please answer the following questions. Full Name: Address: Phone Number: Paltalk User name/names: Date of Birth: E-Mail address: Available times to help: Other voice programs used: How long have you used Paltalk ? From 1 to 10 (10 being the best) how good is your knowledge of the Paltalk program? What groups do you typically join? Does anyone else use Paltalk on the computer that you will be using? If so what are their account nicknames? Why do you want to be a PalHelper(Less than 5 sentences) Have you read this entire document and do you agree to abide by it’s conditions?

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