IMPLEMENTATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF IRC CHANNELS (COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SERVER TO CLIENT SIDE)
Keywords:IRC, IRC protocol, IRCChannels, Server Side, Client Side
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is a multi-user, multi-channel chatting system. Imagine sitting in front of your computer and "talking" through typed messages with either one person or many other people from all over the Internet, all in real time! Best of all, once you get set up; chatting on IRC is totally free. IRC is one of the most popular and most interactive services on the Internet. IRC is based on a client-server model. You run a client program on your own computer which connects you to a server computer on the Internet. These servers link too many other servers to make up an IRC network, which transport messages from one user (client) to another. In this manner, people from all over the world can talk to each other live and simultaneously. Hence, data security is a major concern which Data security issue could occur while communicating using needs to be considered to secure the information over IRC channels for hackers. This research focuses on the basic detail of IRC protocol, its architecture, environment, and features. The research is more focused on IRC system to improvement of commuication between IRC channels,server to client side.
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