SILC plugin for irssi
SILC (Secure Internet Live Conferencing) is a network protocol designed
to provide end-to-end security for conferencing services. SILC has a
command set and a user interface similar to IRC, but the network
protocol is completely different as it supports public key strong
cryptography and a different network model.
This package provides a plugin to connect to SILC networks using irssi.
irssi-plugin-silc for Debian
Short usage notice
(taken from http://penguin-breeder.org/silc/)
You can load the plugin in Irssi using:
To make Irssi load the plugin on startup, please add the following to
You cannot pass options to the SILC Plugin, but you configure it at run-time
SILC - Secure Internet Live Conferencing
SILC (Secure Internet Live Conferencing) is a protocol which provides
secure conferencing services on the Internet over insecure channel.
SILC is IRC-like software although internally they are very different.
The biggest similarity between SILC and IRC is that they both provide
conferencing services and that SILC ha
Frequently Asked Questions
1. General Questions
1.1 What is SILC?
1.2 When was SILC Project started?
1.3 Why SILC in the first place?
1.4 What license covers the SILC release?
1.5 Why SILC? Why not IRC3?
1.6 What platforms SILC supports?
1.7 How do you pronounce SILC?
1.8 Where can I find more information?
1.9 I would l
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