Invisible IRC Project 1.1.0

Invisible IRC Project is a three-tier, peer distributed network designed to be a secure and private transport medium.
Invisible IRC Project is a three-tier, peer distributed network designed to be a secure and private transport medium for high speed, low volume, dynamic content. IIP uses Trent that facilitates nickname and channel control.

Here are some key features of "Invisible IRC Project":

Perfect Forward Security using Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange Protocol
Constant session key rotation
128 bit Blowfish node-to-node encryption
160 bit Blowfish end-to-end encryption
Chaffed traffic to thwart traffic analysis
Secure dynamic routing using cryptographically signed namespaces for node Identification
Node level flood control
Seamless use of standard IRC clients
Gui interface
Peer distributed topology for protecting the identity of users
Completely modular in design, all protocols are plug-in capable

What's New in This Release:

System tray icon recovery on exporer crash (windows)
Commandline -h argument displayed even if not configured (unix)
Path fix for logfile location (unix)
install-local added in Makefile (unix)
Ignoring empty node.ref from server
FreeBSD compatibility patch in socket code
iip.log and mynode.ref also stored in ~/.iip/ (unix)
Entropy gathering detects repeated sequences of characters and multibyte characters.

last updated on:
July 13th, 2006, 12:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
IIP dev team
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking

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