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Bug: Banning with prefix+suffix set does not work.
Danger: Low - Will miss checks like *.0.0.*
Found by: Remcon
Fixed by: Samson

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ban.c, check_bans

Locate:
         if( pban->prefix && pban->suffix && strstr( pban->name, new_host ) )
            fMatch = TRUE;


Change to:
         if( pban->prefix && pban->suffix && strstr( new_host, pban->name ) )
            fMatch = TRUE;


ban.c, check_total_bans

Locate:
      if( pban->prefix && pban->suffix && strstr( pban->name, new_host ) )
      {
         if( check_expire( pban ) )
         {
            dispose_ban( pban, BAN_SITE );
            save_banlist(  );
            return FALSE;
         }
         else
            return TRUE;
      }


Change to:
      if( pban->prefix && pban->suffix && strstr( new_host, pban->name ) )
      {
         if( check_expire( pban ) )
         {
            dispose_ban( pban, BAN_SITE );
            save_banlist(  );
            return FALSE;
         }
         else
            return TRUE;
      }


The reason why prefix+suffix bans does not work as originally implemented is because of how the strstr function works. The first argument for it should be the total string you have, in this case new_host, and the second argument is what you are looking for, in this case pban->name. The code had the order reversed and so it would always return NULL and cause the check to fail. Apparently prefix+suffix bans are not used much or this would have been spotted alot sooner.
       
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