Minecraft - bot attack?

OS Windows
Platform Microsoft Windows 10 Home
System Type x86_64
Virtualization None
Module MinecraftModule
Loaded Plugins FileManagerPlugin, EmailSenderPlugin, WebRequestPlugin, LocalFileBackupPlugin, CommonCorePlugin
Application Name AMP
Application Version
Release Stream Release
Build Date 22/02/2022 10:57
InstanceID 5a0a8d5c-65e4-4c48-9171-0f59834cc105
Last Executable C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-17.0.1\bin\java.exe
Last Arguments -Xmx4096M -Djline.terminal=jline.UnsupportedTerminal -jar spigot-1.20.1.jar nogui -nojline --log-strip-color
Last Process ID 15600

Problem Description:

There’s this player/bot that I can’t get rid of. Tried banning, tried making a firewall rule locally but it keeps filling up my slots on the MC server:

Steps to reproduce:

Actions taken to resolve so far:

Tried banning the player, it 's in the banned .json, but name and IP.
Tried putting server into whitelist mode
Tried putting up firewall rules locally

Just to note: Those “slots” don’t reflect the limit on the MC server, just a visual glitch in AMP. (AMP just reads the logs, it doesn’t query the MC server for this info)

Notes on a solution: Mike just needs to update the MC Regex to account for this weird edge case.

Notes on this particular bot: It’s been seen pretty much everywhere, and it’s coming back to the same server address repeatedly, so the person managing it ain’t too bright. (as long as you’re up to date, you’re fine, tis just a pain in the arse)

You’ve done all the right things, the common connection message seems to show every “attempt” now, which I don’t remember it doing in the past (could be remembering wrong though)

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