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Invisible IRC Project

Invisible IRC Project (IIP) is anonymity software for Internet Relay Chat (IRC) clients that was originally inspired by point to point anonymity encryption protocol networks as demonstrated by Icecast and Shoutcast. IIP operates as a sophisticated proxy between IRC servers and clients. An IIP network offers IRC communications that are both anonymous and secured by 128 bit encryption. A future version currently in development will drop servers from the architecture to become a completely decentralized anonymous IRC protocol.

IIP suports Unix, Portable Operating System Interface for Unix (POSIX), OS X and Windows 95/98/CE/ME/NT/2000/XP. The IIP download package is distributed under a Berkely Software/Standard Distribution (BSD) license.

Date Listed: 02/15/2002

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