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@@ -5,23 +5,21 @@ daemon, and bot. It's all you're ever going to need for chatting.

All of them have these potentially interesting properties:
- full IPv6 support
- SSL/TLS support, including client certificates
- TLS support, including client certificates
- minimal dependencies
- very compact and easy to hack on
- liberal license
- permissive license

degesch
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The IRC client. It is largely defined by being built on top of GNU Readline.
Its interface should however feel familiar for weechat or irssi users.

This is the youngest and largest application within the project and it's
currently under development.

It has most of the stuff you'd expect of an IRC client, such as being able to
set up multiple servers, powerful configuration system, integrated help,
mIRC text formatting, CTCP queries, automatic splitting of overlong messages,
autocomplete, file logging, and command aliases.
This is the youngest and largest application within the project. It has most of
the stuff you'd expect of an IRC client, such as being able to set up multiple
servers, powerful configuration system, integrated help, mIRC text formatting,
CTCP queries, automatic splitting of overlong messages, autocomplete, logging
to file, and command aliases.

kike
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@@ -30,8 +28,8 @@ than a system-wide daemon. If all you want is a decent, minimal IRCd for
a small network of respectful users (or bots), or testing, this one will do it.

Notable features:
- SSL/TLS autodetection (why doesn't everyone have this?)
- IRCop authentication through SSL/TLS client certificates
- TLS autodetection (why doesn't everyone have this?)
- IRCop authentication through TLS client certificates
- epoll support on Linux; it should be able to handle quite a number of users
- partial IRCv3 support

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Client Certificates
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`kike' uses SHA1 fingerprints of SSL client certificates to authenticate users.
`kike' uses SHA1 fingerprints of TLS client certificates to authenticate users.
To get the fingerprint from a certificate file in the required form, use:
$ openssl x509 -in public.pem -outform DER | sha1sum


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