Anti Command Prefix

About this module

The Anti Command Prefix module prevents players using prefixed commands to get around filters and discover potential sensitive server information like the plugins. Ex. /minecraft:me instead of /me.

This module does not require "process-commands" in the main config to be enabled to function.

Optionally integrates with the Command Spy module; when a command is modified/a prefix is removed, it will appear crossed out in the command spy notification.

This module works by modifying command contents after they're sent by players. Ex. "/essentials:msg" will run without the prefix ("/msg")

To bypass this module, op or the permission: "chatsentry.anticommandprefix.bypass" is required.

Config guide

You can access the below settings in the anti-command-prefix.yml file within the modules folder of the plugin's root folder.

Config excerpts taken from v3.6.0 and may not be completely up-to-date with the latest changes. To see the most up-to-date file, see below:



Command exemption list: commands below will be allowed to be ran with their prefix.

Set to "allowed-prefixed-commands: []" to have an empty list.

  - "/plugin:command"
  - "/plugin2:command"


Prefix exemption list: prefixes below will be allowed to be ran no matter the command.

Set to "allowed-global-prefixes: []" to have an empty list.

  - "plugin:"
  - "plugin2:"


Should the module send the message (changeable via lang.yml) notifying the player their command was modified when it removes a disallowed prefix?

send-msg-when-modified: true

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