Xeavn wrote:Alright, I'm in! Thanks a ton.
weekend hacker wrote:Just a reminder, the free version of xchat for windows can be found at http://www.silverex.org or you can just get the source off the regular xchat site and compile it yourself.
mirc is also nice but its not really free it'll nag after 30 days and increase its nagging slightly more every day (or you crack it so it'll stfu)
I use regular xchat on linux and the silverex version for windows. And when you're not on your own machine http://mibbit.com is an excelent web based client.
you should probably also set it up to use ssl, the ssl port is 7000 and you may have to check the box of "accept invalid ssl certs" in xchat
Xeavn wrote:I've been using mIRC, and just leaving it open so it doesn't bug me. How would I go about cracking it though?
Also, no clue how to set up ssl. Used the 7000 port, never say the box you described, and it didn't let me connect.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > mIRC
Now remove the file called "lastrun" which contains all your information if its registered and basically some logs.
Xeavn wrote:Came back as $False, and I found the same page you found on google. Followed the instructions, mIRC still wants me to register.<br>The registering isn't a huge deal, since I usually never close the actual mIRC client, just the channels I was in.
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