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SorceryNet IRC Daemon

SorIrcd is a relatively stable IRC daemon derived from dal4.4.10 which was based on irc2.8.mu3. SorIrcd's features include open proxy detection, HUSH and UNHUSH commands for silencing flooders, IP address hiding, oper channel mode hacking (option), logging of network events (like mode hacks), and a number of other extensions.

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  •  31 Jan 2005 10:10

    Release Notes: A ban that caused many channel bans not to work correctly was fixed, and the old case tables which came back in 1.3.5 were switched back to use the standard ASCII case table.

    •  22 Jul 2004 09:37

      Release Notes: The /list options were adjusted to show one user channels. Some serious bugs were fixed.

      •  22 Jul 2004 09:30

        Release Notes: +r and +v usermodes were added to denote users identified to a registered or verified nickname, and options were added to ignore or block access to channels by unregistered users.

        •  20 Apr 2004 00:22

          Release Notes: Experimental IPv6 support, W-line, enhanced k:line, and filtering of channel names with color characters and ASCII 0160.

          •  05 Oct 2003 06:37

            Release Notes: This version includes fixes to client checking to fix problems with JPilot and ircle.

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