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JIRC II Released

 Developer of Armitage (GUI for Metasploit) Rapheal Mudge has now released an exciting IRC Client. This IRC Client is Available for Windows, Linux and Mac Os X users.


  1. jIRCii is fully scriptable using a Perl-like language called sleep.
  2.  jIRCii provides a console client experience with the advantages of a solid GUI.
  3. jIRCii has everything an IRC client should have.
  4. Built-in notify list, tab-completed everything, DCC file transfers, CTCP support, ability to connect to SSL servers, and over 70 built-in aliases.

 Screen Shot of JIRCII from Developers Website

Change Log

Release 0.9 (20 Jul 11)


– jIRCii now uses the Nimbus look and feel and Single Document Interface modes

on all operating systems by default. This look is much more modern.

– Default fonts on Windows and OS X are now bolded

– Added new status and miscellaneous window icons

– Added some white-space to the right of the “close window” button in SDI mode

– Options window is wider to accomodate IRC network selector on OS X

– List windows (/list -gui and others) now use a different icon from the status


– Removed “Applications” configuration. jIRCii now uses Java’s Desktop API to

launch a URL.

– Removed “random servers” group from server connect dialog

– jIRCii is now friendly to the latest format of mIRC’s servers.ini file

– Updated servers.ini to the latest from http://www.mirc.co.uk/servers.ini

– join/part messages in default theme now shows addresses

– /load can now load scripts contained inside of jerk.jar

– Removed black-listing of GTKLookAndFeel for Linux systems (set use Native L&F

option to get it). After 7 years, it has matured enough to work with jIRCii

[See Beta 15 notes].

– Updated jIRCii about dialog with new look jIRCii logo

– Added links to the bug tracker and jIRCii homepage in the Help menu

– Updated MacOS X and Windows icons to new jIRCii logo

– Updated Java Application Stub so jIRCii works with MacOS X Lion now.

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