Welcome to Stealth's UnrealIRCd resources and support page.
Click the RESOURCES link for UnrealIRCd resources, tools, and other links. Click the FAQ link for Stealth's UnrealIRCd FAQ. Click the MY MODULES link for Stealth's UnrealIRCd modules. Click the NETWORK MONITOR link for Stealth's UnrealIRCd modules. Click the CONTACT links for information on reaching Stealth. Click the DONATE link to help keep X-Tab online!
News and Updates
|Posted by Stealth||December 22, 2016|
|The resources page has been updated for UnrealIRCd 4.x! I moved all the older Unreal 3.x items under their own header since these links will likely not be aournd for much longer as support continues to wind down for 3.x. There is now a link to my UnrealIRCd 4 example configuration, which is quite a bit shorter than the official example to get you up and running with the basics faster.|
|Posted by Stealth||November 14, 2016|
|Last year I came on some hard times when I lost my job, and ended up having to rent out my spare bedroom, and with that things had to be placed in storage. Since that was my "office", that meant my desk and the PC I use for IRC and developemnt went into storage. I am currently working on creating some space elsewhere to revive my development workspace, so stay tuned for:
|Posted by Stealth||August 2, 2014|
|Released version 2.2.1 of IRC Network Monitor, which fixes a couple minor issues and adds support for UnrealIRCd 3.4's SIDs.|
|Posted by Stealth||July 26, 2014|
|Added an example configuration for UnrealIRCd 3.4-alpha1 to the Resources page. Also added a node to my modules list explaining that my modules are designed for UnrealIRCd 3.2.x and may not work on Unreal 3.4.|
|Posted by Stealth||April 11, 2014|
|The OpenSSL "Heartbleed" vulnerability is getting a large amount of attention in the media and is naturally causing a lot of concern.
For how the Heartbleed vulnerability could affect you and how to fix it, please read the official UnrealIRCd statememnt.
If you need to test your server, this online utility will help.
X-Tab has been tested and verified to be running a safe version of OpenSSL and therefore is not vulnerable.
|Posted by Stealth||December 7, 2013|
|Released version 2.2.0 of the IRC Network Monitor. This version has many added features and a few bugs fixed. Most notably:
|Posted by Stealth||November 3, 2013|
|Over the past few days I have been busy coding away on the IRC Network Monitor fixing bugs, adding new features, and revamping old features.
I don't have the next release planned until December 1st (or a little after depending on my schedule), and since there have been no major bugs fixed, I am
offering pre-release copies to anyone who donates USD$5 or more during the month of November. The pre-release copies will be sent after each
change to the software, but no more than once each day.
I have added a section to the IRC Network Monitor page with a list of upcoming changes.