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  • AndromedeIRCd
    an IRCd based on bahamut with many useful commands added by andromede's coders with host encryption, sethost, setident, chghost, helper mode, etc... coming soon, the services pack with : AndromedeIRCd + services based on epona with hostserv + monitor, a stats service
  • babel-ircd
    babel-ircd is a small irc server aimed for small communities. It is written in perl and support a subset of RFC1459. It extends the RFC by providing automatic encoding translation. It only works in stand-alone on one server.
  • Bahamut
    an Internet Relay Chat Daemon (IRCd) designed for DALnet. It features a revamped /who command
  • chaosircd
    chaosircd is an IRC daemon with commands, channel modes, user modes, and flood control implemented as runtime (re)loadable modules. DNS, AUTH (ident) queries, and proxy scans are done in a single child process to avoid wasting valuable file descriptors and responsiveness. It features a server-server protocol using timestamps for netsplit handling similar to TS5 (hybrid), and OpenSSL encrypted server-server and client-server connections.
  • Chunky Monkey IRCD
    an IRC server designed and programmed from scratch to deal with the demands of a small to medium sized IRCD network. It already has the features needed to run our IRC network, and we intend to add features as they are needed or requested by users of our network
  • cs-ircd
    based on bahamut-1.4.35. We have added a few optimizations along the way to make the IRCd a little easier to us
  • ctrlproxy
    ctrlproxy is an IRC server with multiserver support. It runs as a daemon and connects to a number of IRC servers, then allows you to connect from a workstation and work as the user that is logged in to the IRC server.
  • DarkFire IRC Daemon
    a modern and efficient IRCd for small and medium sized networks. This IRCd is designed for use primarily on the DarkFire IRC Network, but can be used freely elsewhere
  • dircproxy
    dircproxy is an IRC proxy server ("bouncer") designed for people who use IRC from lots of different workstations or clients, but wish to remain connected and see what they missed while they were away. You connect to IRC through dircproxy, and it keeps you connected to the server, even after you detach your client from it.
  • Dirt
    Dirt is a multi-platform IRC proxy that adds FiSH-compatible chat encryption (including DH1080 key exchanges) to any IRC client.
  • DreamBot
    an IRC Bot, just like the well-known EggDrop. It's written in perl and inspired from InfoBot
  • Faerion
    an IRC daemon developed for the irc.ForestNet.org network. It has special support for Russian and Ukrainian codepages but supports any language, has own services support (multilingual), supports hiding of real IPs/hosts (also in whowas) from users (with a mode for unhiding them), and hiding network topology (map, links, etc.) from non-opers
  • FreeWorld-IRCd
    FreeWorld-IRCd, The FreeWorld IRC Daemon, is derived from ratbox-ircd and hybrid-ircd. It contains some new features not found in the originals. It has also been modified for CPU usage and speed.
  • Hybserv2
    Hybserv2 is a new and improved version of the now unsupported Hybserv, sporting new features, bugfixes, and more. It is specifically designed for Hybrid IRC servers, but may work with others as well. It includes OperServ, NickServ, ChanServ, MemoServ, StatServ, HelpServ, and Global. Each of the services can be enabled and disabled as necessary.
  • hyperion
    hyperion is the IRC daemon used by the freenode interactive network.
  • IMIRC
    IMIRC is a gateway between AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) and IRC (Internet Relay Chat). It acts as an IRC server.
  • InspIRCd
    an Internet Relay Chat Daemon created in C and is designed to put functionality and stability together, to provide a powerful IRCd.
  • Invisible IRC Project
    Internet Relay Chat privacy software designed for anonymity and security. It acts as an advanced proxy between your IRC client and servers by utilizing an encrypted mixnet with fake traffic and 3- layered (user, relay, and broadcast) protection
  • IRC2WEB
    IRC2WEB is a gateway for passing an IRC connection to several WebChats.
  • ircu
    Undernet's own version of the standard ircd offers many enhancements including flood protection and many code optimizations.
  • LiquidIRCd
    the irc daemon used on LiquidIRC. It is based on Bahamut with many powerful features including CRC or MD5 hostmasking, SSL, channel owners, protect, halfop, etc
  • Magick IRC Services
    a program made for the Internet Relay Chat protocol (RFC 1459). They are designed to allow users to register and keep their nicknames and channels, send messages to other users, and allow IRC Operators and Admins more control and flexability over the entire network
  • miniircd
    miniircd is a small and limited IRC server written in Python. Despite its size, it is a functional alternative to a full-blown ircd for private or internal use. Installation is simple; no configuration is required.
  • MysticIRCd
    MysticIRCd is a IRCd based on Ultimate 2.8.x Series, that has been developed for ease of use and security.
  • NeoIRCd
    NeoIRCd is an advanced IRCd that has features such as CallerID, AnonOps, Persistent Channels, and Dynamic Ulines.
  • NewBG Hybrid IRCD
    NewBG Hybrid IRCD is an ircd based on hybrid. It fixes many bugs from the original hybrid, and adds many new features. The SVS commands can be used to remotely control users' channels, nicks, or modes.
  • ngIRCd
    ngIRCd is a portable IRC daemon rewritten from scratch. It is easy to configure, and supports server-links.
  • pircd
    an IRC daemon written in Perl which aims to be compatible with existing clients. It is one of the few IRC daemons with SSL support
  • prophorBNCd
    prophorBNCd is an easy multiuser BNC server for IRC. It is used to keep the IRC connection open continuously.
  • PTlink ircd
    a daemon that integrates some new features like umode +z (zombie), SVSJOIN (Services join), and the TOKEN protocol (reducing bandwidth usage on inter-server communications). These services are fully integrated with PTlink services
  • pyIrcServer
    pyIrcServer is a powerful and very customizable IRCd. Features can be added and removed by changing modules, classes, and utils. The modules expand the classes, and the classes expand the entire IRCd.
  • RageIRCd
    RageIRCd is a stable IRC daemon that has a wide range of user/channel modes and functions.
  • ruby-ircd
    ruby-ircd is an IRC daemon implementation which extends the webrick generic server. Currently, it only supports minimal facilities like creation of rooms and private messaging between users and rooms.
  • SurrealServices
    SurrealServices is a full replacement NickServ/ChanServ/MemoServ/OperServ. Features are loosely based on Anope and ConferenceRoom/Auspice, as well as NeoStats. Security features are also available such as a TOR detector/banner, and a country detector (checks IP allocation). It is multithreaded to eliminate lag due to the asynchronous nature of MySQL and DNS lookups.
  • TR-IRCD
    an ircd software based on ircd-hybrid and Bahamut with features: Faked hostname creation, Channel Jupiters, Server owned Channels, modules for commands, protocols, channelmodes, languages. It also supports Ipv6 and differenct architectures
  • UltimateIRCd
    an IRC daemon based on UnrealIRCd and DreamForge. It has many new features, such as more administrator levels, multi-network support, easy configurability using settings files
  • UnrealIRCd
    an IRC daemon with numerous new features such as channel modes +h (halfops), +e (exception bans), oper/admin-only channels, strip colour mode, no invites - E:lines (exception K:Lines), net/techadmin chat, set server description, SetIdent, SetName, ChgHost, RPING, lag trace, new improved G:Line system
  • upIRC
    a fully RFC-compliant client for Internet Relay Chat (IRC) servers, packed with a wide range of features
  • vircd
    viRCd is a IRC daemon for windows, derived from dalnet's 4.4.13 code.

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