> Windows client
> The event notification still auto turn back on when receiving IMs. The same thing for the Mac client.
I don't understand what this means. You have disabled some events from
the event configuration window and this is not working?
I mean just that. If I go into the event system and turn off IM notifications. If I close the client and relaunch again IM notifications are turned back on. Mean it is not holding the settings that I do not want to recieve a pop-ups when receiving IM's. This happens on both Mac and Windows.
What events are those?
> Mac client
> It would be nice to have window selector for users with multiple monitors
I am not sure what this means either. If you have multiple monitors,
just put Jitsi on the one where you want it. What's the issue here?
How exactly do you do that when you have no ability to select which monitor to put it on? I don't think that starting and stopping a stream hoping it pops up on the monitor is a desired out of the product. Your Mac client does not offer a screen selection options. This is on the Latest nightly build which has not been updated Since Jan.
> Recent twitch attacks.
> The recent twitch attacks have been a very public and messy situation here in the U.S. What I have noticed is that my Mac sends to be immune to the attack. However I have noticed that the attack piggy backs onto a Jitsi audio / video stream. I have noticed that if I pause the stream the attack no longer is heard. It's been bleeding into the screen sharing feature of Jitsi. I have been looking for a decent pocket sniffer that works with Yosemite so I can submit detailed logs.
I am awfully sorry, but this one also leaves me baffled. Are you saying
that you are worried your computer sends packets as part of a DDoS
attack and those packets are leaving out of the same source ports as the
Jitsi media but are going to a different destination?
No, what I am telling you is that the same folks who are hacking twitch and also hack your streams. I am informing you that streams have been compromised by whomever is hacking Twitch. I'm sure you user community at some point will get hit with this.
I came to this conclusion because I was getting twitch broad casts while screen sharing. If I put a pause on the stream the issue would stop. If I resumed the stream the hacked twitch stream would be injected into my screen sharing stream. This is easily repeatable.
Could you please let us know how you reached this conclusion?
As for the packet sniffer: isn't Wireshark working on Yosemite?
Wireshark has not worked on Mac in ages without a whole to toying around with a bunch of 3rd party libraries.
On Oct 20, 2014, at 09:07 AM, Emil Ivov <email@example.com> wrote:
On 20.10.14, 14:49, Sean Richards wrote: