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InspIRCd is a modular Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server written in C++ for Linux, BSD, Windows and Mac OS X systems.
It was created from scratch to be stable, modern and lightweight. It avoids a number of design flaws and performance issues that plague other more established projects, such as UnrealIRCd, while providing the same level of feature parity.
It provides a tunable number of features through the use of an advanced but well documented module system.
By keeping core functionality to a minimum we hope to increase the stability, security and speed of InspIRCd while also making it customisable to the needs of many different users.







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The core functionality is organised around the concepts of modules. These can be created by the user and loaded and unloaded at will. A module is responsible for a single feature, such as an IRC channel or an SSL (HTTPS) connection, and a group of modules are typically called a server. Modules may be loaded and unloaded individually and groups of modules may be loaded or unloaded together.
An example of a use for modules is to create a user-friendly web interface to a ‘hidden’ IRC server. The web interface could be included in the main server as a module, allowing the administrator to turn it on or off without breaking the functionality of the main server. This also allows modules to be disabled when not required.
Modules are simply text files with the same format as a configuration file. A module file is made up of a series of key-value pairs delimited by ‘=’ characters. Each value may be a string, integer or floating point number, or may be a list of strings, lists or integers.
A module’s name is composed from its file name, followed by a ‘-mod’ suffix. For example,’mod-my_module’ would be the name of a module with a file name’my_module’ in the directory ‘/usr/local/etc/InspIRCd Crack For Windows/modules/’.
When a module is loaded, its name is added to the list of loaded modules. When a module is unloaded, its name is removed from the list.
Modules may be manually loaded and unloaded by the user, or automatically loaded and unloaded at start-up and shutdown. The list of loaded modules is only checked at start-up, and is not re-checked on reload. If a module is manually loaded, the file may be unloaded by specifying the -mod-clear or -mod-unload argument to inspircd.
InspIRCd provides a flexible but simple configuration mechanism. Configuration may be set in the main configuration file. This file is usually located in the directory ‘/etc/inspircd/conf/’. The main configuration file contains a number of key-value pairs. Each key-value pair represents an option that the user can change. Most key-value pairs are of the form :, with the possible exceptions of ” and ‘-‘. ” is a literal that appears in the main configuration file. ‘-‘ is an

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– Support for unicode character sets (i.e. UTF-8)
– Support for unicode control characters (i.e. uc…)
– Configurable number of system limits (memory, cpu, etc)
– Auto-detection of file permissions and owner/group
– Customisable timeouts, packet-drops and other network configuration
– Customisable logging configuration
– LDAP integration for auth, passwords, groups and users
– Web-based user, group and authentication management
– Bind and unbind support for SSL (https)
– Automatic SSL certificate validation
– Customisable welcome messages, i.e. when the first connection is made
– Easy system and script control through the use of a simple shell-like command-line shell
– Support for network address translation (NAT)
– Full IPv4 and IPv6 support
– Full TCP and UDP support
– Moderated IRC channels, for example #help or #privmsg
– Socket options
– Encrypted channels (OTR)
– Secure channels (OTR+SASL)
– SSL virtual servers
– Customisable password policies (e.g. allow 8 character password, allow same user/password per IP address, etc.)
– Group policies (e.g. only allow user ‘fred’ to join channels with the channel group ‘dev’
– Supports persistent join and part messages
– Network status (e.g. channel server status)
– Supports user and group customisation
– Background authentication
– Support for proxy tunnels
– Support for large, persistent cache servers
– Support for off-the-shelf web-based servers (e.g. OTR/SASL-based)
– Support for proxy authentication
– Support for token-based auth (e.g. PAM)
– Support for SAML/Kerberos/etc
– Support for certificate-based auth (e.g. FreeIPA)
– Support for RADIUS servers
– Support for PGP/GPG/OTR/SASL/PAM/SSH (or other certs) based user and group verification
– Support for on-the-fly user/group/channels updates
– Support for on-the-fly message routing
– Support for on-the-fly key exchange/encryption
– Support for on-the-fly message signing
– Support for on-the-fly message

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This is the Web client for the chat-software, InspIRCd.
The program is very easy to use, but you have to know how to use it.
The program is written in pure C++ with very few exceptions (such as PHP).
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InspIRCd Version 1.3 has been released.
See here for more information:
This release is (or should be) the last version to be completely rewritten in C++.
Most of the bugfixes for version 1.2.x have been ported to version 1.3.x as well as the new features.
As a result, a lot of code, features and bugfixes from version 1.2.x have been incorporated into this release.

InspIRCd has changed the way it handles /whois.
It is now using bgchatservice from bgircd instead of doing it manually.
In order to force a re-index of the database for bgchatservice, you have to call : /load_database.
You can do this via the control panel (the “IRC Control Panel” tab in the “Account Information” section of the preferences).
You can also call this command from the command line.
More information can be found here:

Version 1.3.1 has been released.
The biggest feature in this release is support for auto-message-

What’s New in the InspIRCd?


– The v4 API supports for 4.2 core functionality, while the remainder is based on common functionality.
– An event based IRC communication model.
– Support for addons and modules.
– Scripting support in Perl, Bash, Python, PHP and Ruby.
– A powerful internal messaging system, IRCDDB, which allows users to read and write messages on the fly.
– A fully patched and enforced idna (Internationalized Domain Name) database with a number of proven Unicode character collation orderings.
– An internal HTTP server, which allows a number of advanced techniques to be used to help reduce the load on the user’s connection.
– A TCP/IP socket library, with full support for SSL encryption, auto-configuration and many other options.
– The IRCDDB server database is backed up automatically on a daily basis.
– A module system with over a hundred well-documented modules, which can be used to extend the functionality of InspIRCd.
– Support for client side SSL encryption, server side SSL, client side secure RPC, and a number of other encryption and security techniques.
– Perl, Bash, Python, PHP and Ruby scripting support.
– A web-based IRC console with IRCDDB database access, whois and ACL support.
– Perl/Python/Ruby/PHP/Bash/C code documentation.
– The IRCDDB database is fully Unicode compliant.
– Delivers everything you need to make your own IRC gateway or IRC proxy.
– IRCDDB supports a number of IRC commands, allowing the database to be fully utilized.
– A special highlighting system which allows commands and a number of keywords to be indicated.
– IRCDDB supports user-defined highlighting.
– A full-fledged IRC statistics database which can be used for tracking and alerting on IRC server metrics.
– A separate anti-bot module which can be used to assist in fighting bots.
– A built-in clonable web interface for InspIRCd.
– A Web-based HTTP server.
– Option to support the IRCDDB database from a MySQL database.
– Support for Linux, BSD, Windows, Mac OS X and *BSD systems.

InspIRCd Updates:

InspIRCd 2.2.0 (12/12/08)

More code cleanup and re-architecting, further refactoring and porting of the core to the 4.2 API.
The master branch is now at version 2.2.0, with the 2.0 branch now branched off to maintain a clean 2.0 API.
A release can be found here.

InspIRCd 2.0.0 (3/31/08)

The newest stable release.

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