Projects / ICMP-Chat


ICMP-Chat is an encrypted console-based chat program that uses ICMP packets to communicate. ICMP-Chat uses Blowfish for encryption. It is a peer-to-peer chat program that enables you to hide your chat and chat through certain firewalls which allow ICMP traffic.


Recent releases

  •  08 Apr 2003 13:55

    Release Notes: This version was rewritten from scratch. Rijndael-256 is now used. An ncurses frontend was implemented (again).

    •  08 Oct 2002 15:39

      Release Notes: The encryption method was changed from Enigma to Blowfish. The use of ncurses was removed and the whole thing was rewritten from scratch. Sequence number verification was added so that automatically generated kernel answers for request packets are ignored now.

      •  01 May 2002 18:33

        Release Notes: Bugfixes in Makefile, changing the License to 'BSD License', and improved documentation.

        •  24 Mar 2002 20:46

          Release Notes: This release fixes major bugs and adds new features, including a change in icmpcode while chatting, better password handling, and much more.

          •  06 Mar 2002 21:40

            Release Notes: The password is no longer compiled with icmpchat. Enter it each time during startup. Changing of passwords is now possible.


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