EPIC SSL-IRC is an attempt to create a fully trusted IRC network, with clients and servers using SSL to communicate (including certificates). It will be later hopefully included in the official EPIC client.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC Security Cryptography|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: A few bugfixes and IPv6 support.
Release Notes: This version fixes the window server command when not using -ssl flag, and some minor revisions have been made.
Release Notes: A memory leak was fixed, the isencrypted() function was added, buffering should work now, and the status line now reports whether the session is encrypted.
Release Notes: Much-improved stability, sslv3 support, an isencrypted() function for scripts to use and determine whether connection is encrypted, a buffering fix for faster communication, and a general cleanout.
Release Notes: Initial public release; fixes for configure issues.