mIRC is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for Microsoft Windows. mIRC is a popular Internet Relay Chat client used by millions of people, and thousands of organizations, to communicate, share, play and work with each other on IRC networks around the world. Serving the Internet community for over a decade, mIRC has evolved into a powerful, reliable and fun piece of technology. mIRC has a number of distinguishing features. One is its scripting language which is further developed with each version. The scripting language can be used to make minor changes to the program like custom commands (aliases), but can also be used to completely alter the behavior and appearance of mIRC.
mIRC scripting is not limited to IRC related events and commands. There is also support for COM objects, calling DLLs, sockets and dialog boxes, among other things. This allows the client to be used in a variety of ways beyond chatting, for example as an IRC bot, a media player, a web HTML parser or for other entertainment purposes such as mIRC games. mIRC 7.22 has been released
This version of mIRC is primarily a security release. mIRC users are advised to upgrade due to a security issue related to outgoing messages being chopped in a specific context that could lead to a subsequent message being leaked.
- The Alt/AltGr keys should now work correctly for users with different keyboard layouts.
- The “Minimize to tray” option now defaults to off under Windows 7 due to the way Windows 7 hides all tray icons by default.
- The Channel Central dialog has been changed so that it can now be resized.
- The /list command issue with min/max values not working on some networks has been fixed.
- Added “Use compatibility mode” option to SSL dialog, which defaults to on. If turned off, OpenSSL will use the “empty fragment” feature which may make your connection more secure at the expense of less compatibility with some SSL servers.
- The /dns command issue with results not being shown when a non-existent nickname is specified has been fixed.
- The tray icon issue with mouse clicks not working in some situations has been fixed
- The /timer -h recursion issue should now be resolve
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