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Dirt is a lightweight and easy to use application designed to provide you with a simple IRC proxy that you can use to add FiSH-compatible chat encryption to IRC clients.
Dirt runs in your system tray and listen on the localhost for for Socks4 (port 1088) or bouncer (port 6666) connections. To change the port numbers, you need to modify the generated Dirt.ini file.







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— Version Info —
by Mike Gilbert

— Manual of Use —
Change Log:
— Edition Information —
Dirt Version 0.0.7
January 11, 2009
Copyright 2009, Mike Gilbert
— License Info —
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.
— Contributing —
Feel free to contribute through BitBucket:

— Bug Reports —
C:\Documents and Settings\Ryan\Application Data\Dirt>more -n 100 rouge.txt
C:\Documents and Settings\Ryan\Application Data\Dirt>dir *.txt | find /V “obj\Release\pdb”
0 obj\Debug\pdb\Dirt.pdb
2 obj\Debug\pdb\rouge.txt
C:\Documents and Settings\Ryan\Application Data\Dirt>


Rouge is a very interesting program. Here is a screencast that demonstrates how to use it, and it also has a bonus that shows how to use the program to redirect your IRC log to a file, so you can use the log later to track your IRC activity.
I have also made the screencast available at YouTube.


As mentioned by Shawn there are a few online IRC logs sites, although it may not be what you are looking for as is only in English. You might find this link useful (from


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New! : New Dirt Cracked Accounts can now automatically decrypt the entire IRC chat text.
Improved: Improved encryption support, IRiX TLS is fully supported.
Improved: Improvements to the embedded SSL (and self-signed) support.
Improved: SOCKS support including SSL
Improved: Allow for persistant connections for IRiX
Removed: Forget and Falsetool commands.
New: Dirt Cracked Accounts no longer has any dependencies. There are no other required installations.
v0.6.1 (2006-03-26)
– Robust SSL support for IRiX
– Added IRiX TLS encryption.
– Improved the support of self-signed SSL certificates
– Refactored Dirt Cracked 2022 Latest Version’s code structure so that it can be easily extented.
– Removed Falsetool and Forget commands.
– Added SSL support for IRiX. You only need to set the SSL_CERT= option and Dirt Crack will automatically
use it.
– Dirt Crack For Windows now has a compiled version in the base package. It should now be installed when you install Dirt using
the supplied installer.
– The example, sc.ini and dirt.ini files are no longer in the base package. They are now available in the
base packages for macOS, Microsoft Windows and Red Hat. Linux requires you to generate the dirt.ini file.
– Sc.ini is now loaded at start up instead of the dirt.ini.
– The client is now built with the zlib library to support encrypted SSL communication.
– Dirt is now compiled as a daemon. It allows for a shared working directory and a persistent IRC connection.
– Several IRC libraries have been refactored to use a common format, making it much easier to extend, change and
support other IRC servers.
– Dirt now requires a valid SSL certificate and key file to be in the ~/.dirt/socks4 directory. The key file
is also used to encrypt the IRC conversation.
– Default certificates can be found in the example/cert directory.
– The examples have been enhanced and more of them are available.
– Some new documentation has been added.

v0.6.0 (2005-08-20)
– Compiled version of Dirt. Updated examples.
– Improved SSL certificate support
– Improved IRC encryption. SSL is now fully supported.
– Fixed an off by one error in the key size calculation.
– Dirt

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Dirt is a lightweight and easy to use application designed to provide you with a simple IRC proxy that you can use to add FiSH-compatible chat encryption to IRC clients.
Dirt runs in your system tray and listen on the localhost for for Socks4 (port 1088) or bouncer (port 6666) connections. To change the port numbers, you need to modify the generated Dirt.ini file.
Dirt supports two modes, a manually generated (default) and a automatic mode.
First, we describe the manually generated mode. In this mode, you need to make some modifications to the generated Dirt.ini file. The directory locations and the data and key files required for this mode are provided in the README file.
First, you need to make sure that your Dirt.ini configuration is in the correct format. If you use the default settings, the configuration looks like this:
[irc] *=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=
[irc.irc] *=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=
[irc.irc.irc] *=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=

What’s New In?

* Provides a GUI that allows you to configure chat to SOCKS for IRC (Client-to-Client), as well as normal IRC (Server-to-Client).
* Supports proxies of any type, such as socks, HTTP and SOCKS5 with optional auth.
* Can also use normal IRC for IRC SOCKS connections
* Use Bouncers to configure connections for IRC, Skype, teamspeak, and other apps that require a server.
* Supports any number of connections (local or external) per proxy/bouncer
* More information on IRC SOCKS support and how to configure your IRC client to use SSH to interact with a socks proxy server can be found here.
* Can be configured to start at boot up or on demand
* Supports both supported “standard” ports (6667, 1088) and old/unsupported ones (6667, 6666)
* Configurable configuration files can be used to replace the default *.ini style files
* Can be configured to log the connection attempts in the Windows Event Viewer
* Can be used to access other available malware/phishing websites
* Support for botnet malware detection
* Can use IDN(Internationalized Domain Names)
* Stats feature with various options
* More options coming!
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– Fixed a bug in the IRC SOCKS connection creation.
– Initial release.
– DirtCommand.exe to start it in your system tray and click the Dirt icon to open the GUI.
– DirtGUI.exe to start it in your system tray and open the GUI.
– To use the GUI, you need to select the type of connection you want to set up.
Proxies and Bouncers:
You need to select either a Proxy or a Bouncer in this panel.
– Proxy: Use any kind of proxy to add a SOCKS-type connection to the IRC client.
– Bouncer: Use a Bouncer to add a connection for IRC that can be accessed only from the IRC Server.
– The GUI will open a text file configuration screen for you to fill in the details.
– The details that need to be

System Requirements:

Supported Visual Effects Settings:
Hardware Acceleration:
Supports H.264 at Hardware Acceleration.
Supports H.264-Level 10 (ISO 15444-1) and/or MPEG-4 AVC (H.264)
Digital Filters:
Contains Dimensional Effect Filters:
3D Transparency Mask
Normal 2D Transform Mask
3D Transform Mask (3D Video)
3D Video Mask
3D Overlay Mask
3D Clip Path Mask
2D Transform


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