about

Psotnic is an ircnet bot written in C++. The main goal of the project was to create a fast, stable and easy to use bot.

Here is a list of features:

  • antiidle
  • 7 ctcp emulation types
  • kick4 and kick6
  • ipv6 support
  • clone check: host, ident, /24 ipv4 class, /64 ipv6 prefix, proxies (*!~*@*.isp.com)
  • socks5 support
  • vanilla BNC support
  • shitlist (shits are enforced upon addition)
  • alternative slave support
  • module loading (each one is protected with md5 sum)
  • 3 types of owners (permanent (+x), super owner (+s), owner (+n))
  • channel modes protection (only +n can change channel modes)
  • master can only op one person per mode
  • encrypted links between bots (blowfish)
  • encrypted config file and userlist (blowfish)
  • autolimit
  • limit override protection (mass invite protection)
  • ban and limit enforcing
  • user level based protection (user gets kicked if he harms user with higher level)
  • mass, remote and slave joins
  • channel flags support
  • dynamic invites, bans and exempts
  • was op test
  • keepnick
  • no trust between bots
  • very fast oping (does not use botnet for oping) algorythm
  • getop (nearly not used for oping), getkey, getinvite, unban
  • all features can be controlled via .set and .chset command
  • channel locking (+i) when number of bots on channel reaches below critical level
  • cidr ban support
  • bots can be updated via partyline
  • 15 chars long nicknames support
  • reop (+R) mode support
  • on join host resolver (linux only, since 0.2.3)
  • config can be edited via partyline (since 0.2.3)
  • omnipresent hashtables make bot less cpu consuming (since 0.2.3)
  • new random number generator makes (xor shift) decision algorithm less cpu consuming (since 0.2.3)
  • source code (since 0.2.6)
  • ident spoofing for oidentd (since 0.2.8)
  • SSL support for irc and partyline connections (since 0.2.9)
  • partyline management of invite, exempt and reop modes. (since 0.2.12)

There are a lot of more features. Please read the documentation and the changelog.

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