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  1. Pacman Online for mIRC

    A graphical pacman game online for mIRC.
  2. Security experts discovered a vulnerability in the mIRC application that allows attackers to execute commands remotely. Security researchers Benjamin Chetioui and Baptiste Devigne from ProofOfCalc discovered a vulnerability in the mIRC application that could be exploited by attackers to execute commands remotely. mIRC is a popular Internet Relay Chat application that allows users to chat by connecting to IRC servers, it also allows users to exchange files and links. Installing the mIRC application will create three custom URI schemes, irc:, ircs:, and mircurl: that can be used as links to launch mIRC (i.e. url irc:// The flaw could be exploited by attackers to execute various commands, including download and install binaries on the vulnerable system. The flaw allows attackers to inject commands into these custom URI schemes, it affects mIRC versions older than 7.55. “Using the task manager and the registry, we figured out that when one calls a program through a link such as discord://randomcmd, “Discord.exe” –url — “%1” is executed, where %1 is replaced by randomcmd. What is interesting is that, in some browsers, the link is not URL-encoded in any way/just partially encoded when opened, which makes it possible to inject parameters in the command.” reads the blog post published by the experts. On Windows OS, URI schemes are associated to specific applications that will be launched with command line arguments when the URL is clicked. According to the experts, it is possible to prevent command injection using a sigil (“–” ) for custom URI schemes. The researchers discovered that mIRC does support sigils and allows command line injection. “Because mIRC doesn’t use any kind of sigil such as -- to mark the end of the argument list, an attacker is able to pass arguments to mIRC through links opened by the program.” continues the analysis. The experts set up a Samba server containing a custom MIRC.ini configuration file. This configuration file used in the PoC contains a command that executes another script, which then executes commands on the system. This attack scheme allowed the researcher to execute commands under the context of the logged in user, it could be used to carry out several malicious activities such as download and execute malware. In order to exploit the flaw, an attacker has to trick victims into clicking the following link or visiting a web page containing an iframe that opens the custom irc: URL: Once the user visits the web site, the iframe will trigger the launch of the mIRC application using the remote configuration file, and execute the remote script’s commands. Below the video PoC published by the experts: The flaw was addressed with the release of mIRC 7.55 on February 8th, 2019, users have to update their installs as soon as possible
  3. This is a small update that addresses a number of issues reported by users since the last release. It includes improvements, changes and fixes to a number of features, including: Fixed API call that prevented mIRC from running on Windows XP.Fixed script editor editbox horizontal scrollbar sensitivity.Fixed /hadd -mN parsing bug.Fixed $decode() parsing of N parameter when N = 0.Fixed /timer -p switch not counting down correctly when more than one repetition is specified.Added /timer -P switch that pauses the count down for a timer.Updated OpenSSL library to v1.0.2q.Optimized while loop parameter parsing in scripts.Fixed $hmac() bug when using sha384/sha512 with keys longer than 64 bytes.Fixed /onotice and related commands not working in some contexts.Fixed Log Files dialog sort by date column bug.Updated CA root certificates cacert.pem file.For a more detailed list of recent changes, please see the whatsnew.txt file.
  4. Spiderscript V3 by Chain

    Spiderscript V3 by Chain View File I'm hoping this Is an untouched, compressed version of the original Spiderscript. Submitter Dodge Submitted 09/21/2018 Category Buzzen Archives  
  5. Version 3.0.0


    I'm hoping this Is an untouched, compressed version of the original Spiderscript.
  6. ChainScriptz official Script

    Here at ChainScriptz our official script is Multi-Conn. Very Friendly user and easy to acess any server. also you can add servers to the script.
  7. mIRC v7.52

    Changes: 1.Changed website/forums to use HTTPS/SSL connections. 2.Changed HTTP requests, such as the update check, to use HTTPS/SSL. Older versions of mIRC do not support this, so continue to use non-SSL connections. 3.Added support for IRCv3 sts secure connection feature that directs clients to switch from a non-SSL to an SSL port when connecting to a server. Sts port and duration settings are saved in servers.ini file. 4.Added /server -u switch that makes the server connection ignore IRCv3 sts directives. 5.Fixed SSL connect behaviour that prevented a retry connect attempt for non-critical SSL errors. 6.Extended $file() to include .path, .name, and .ext properties. 7.Updated code signing certificate. 8.Advance notification: the next version of mIRC will change the default SSL dialog setting from "Display invalid certificates for approval" to "Skip connections with invalid certificates". This means that, by default, mIRC will not connect to SSL servers that use invalid, self-signed certificates, such as on EFnet, DALnet, and LinkNet. 9.Fixed $chan().ibl/iel/iil/iql $inmode status not being reset when server returns numeric 482. 10.Added support for IRCv3 batch feature, however, as allowed by the spec, mIRC does not delay processing of batched lines. 11.Fixed online timer bug that caused mIRC to freeze once a minute the more connected status windows were open. 12.Extended Window menu status window items to include user mode. 13.Fixed /editbox -bNeN selection not being set if the text length resulted in auto-resizing of the multiline editbox. 14.Extended ^K color support for indexes 16 to 98. 15.Fixed $cb(N,u) not returning UTF-8 encoded text. 16.Updated libraries to OpenSSL 1.0.2n. 17.Fixed $window().tbtext not returning text for hidden windows. 18.Fixed font dialog not displaying sample text correctly for certain fonts. 19.Changed $sfile()/$msfile() to return $null for special folders such as the fonts folder and to set $sfstate that returns "cancel" for cancelled dialogs and "error" for errors. 20.Added "Hide away reminders" option to IRC/Options dialog that hides repeat away messages in active query windows for ten minutes. 21.Fixed /timer -h bug that prevented a subsequent /timer -h request from using the multimedia timer. 22.Changed script editor file monitor to ignore daylight savings offset and to check file size changes. 23.Fixed window focus not being set correctly in some contexts when mIRC is made the active application. 24.Changed CAP cap-notify support for NEW/DEL so that mIRC no longer disconnects/reconnects for most CAP features unless necessary. 25.Fixed $encode() bug that caused it to report "line too long" with binary variables and certain combinations of switches. 26.Updated to TagLib library latest fixes. 27.Fixed $encode()/$decode() with e/c switches not handling short/long keys correctly. 28.Extended nickname, highlight, display, marker, and styles dialogs to support color indexes 16 to 98. 29.Changed JOIN events to no longer restore/activate channel windows that already exist when rejoining after a kick/hop/reconnect. 30.Fixed user/level commands, such as /auser, causing gpf with long parameters. 31.Extended highlight dialog to show line color. 32.Changed mouse wheel scrolling to scroll by page if this option is enabled for your mouse in Windows. 33.Added /savebuf -p switch that strips control codes from saved lines. 34.Extended $width() to support $true/$false parameters. 35.Extended /hload and /hadd to support -mN which creates the table, with N slots, if it does not already exist. 36.Extended $cb() to support output to a %var|&binvar as third parameter and to return length. If N == -1, stores entire clipboard. 37.Added /bwrite -c switch that chops file after appended bytes. 38.Extended /window -M -tN to allow N = 0 which enables leading text to be hidden. 39.Fixed $hotlink(match) bug that did not store nicknames correctly in some contexts. 40.Added $timer(N).name property that treats N parameter as timer name and returns position. 41.Added /debug -rNoN switch that sets the received and outgoing line colors. 42.Changed server dialog to update the connection details of any open status windows if you edit a matching server item. 43.Added $fromeditbox identifier that returns $true/$false if command or identifier called directly from an editbox. 44.Changed $encode()/$decode() with e/c switches to allow $null parameters. 45.Changed /debug colors to support the color 99 to use the default color. 46.Added $parms identifier that returns an untokenized $1- for events and other command/identifier calls. 47.Extended /splay to enable pause, seek, and resume with wave and midi files. 48.Added /fupdate [N] command that sets the display update rate when outputting text to windows. 49.Fixed MDI window maximize bug that caused a second copy of mIRC to not have a maximized window on startup. 50.Fixed $msfile() gpf when too many files are selected. 51.Fixed regular expression bug relating to \K escape sequence. 52.Added /ignore support for highlight, speech, and tips. 53.Fixed beep on message option not beeping on an incoming message that matched a highlight item. It now beeps as usual if the highlight item does not specify a sound. 54.Changed Switchbar/Treebar "blink icons" feature so that it is now controlled by the global flash setting and individual window flash setting. It can still be fully disabled in the Display dialog. 55.Fixed /window -t <name> T1 T2 ... Tn bug that caused it to not update the display immediately. 56.Fixed UDP server sockets being closed due to WSAECONNRESET error. 57.Fixed $com() not freeing returned dispatch pointers if they were not being saved for later use. 58.Changed CTCP handling to correctly display empty ACTIONs/SOUNDs and empty CTCPs. Also, all CTCPs in DCC Chats are now displayed as CTCPs for consistency, not just ACTIONs/SOUNDs. 59.Fixed List Channels dialog file not being set correctly after connecting to a different network. 60.Fixed scripts dialog using an invalid folder for new files if a user has deleted the folder outside of mIRC. 61.Fixed regex support for UTF-8 parsing and handling (*UTF8) prefix. 62.Added /flash -c switch to clear flash status of all windows. 63.Optimized switchbar in certain contexts when many windows are being displayed. 64.Added set/var -p switch to treat value as literal text, including quotes and spaces. 65.Added /savebuf -n switch to treat wrapped lines as single line. 66.Changed /join -i so that it will work in an event. 67.Added /join -md switches to set mdi/desktop for new windows. 68.Added /query -mdx switches to set mdi/desktop for new windows and to maximize a window. 69.Changed /raw to support @msgtag prefixes internally when parsing commands. 70.Changed "Split long channel/query messages" option to handle @msgtag prefixes.
  8. Version 1.0.1g


    Dll files needed by mIRC to connect to an irc network using ssl. libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll Compiled on windows7 using VIsual Studio 2012
  9. File Name: mIRC SSL dll's File Submitter: Eyecu File Submitted: 11 Apr 2014 File Category: Script Support Files & DLL's Author's Website: Dll files needed by mIRC to connect to an irc network using ssl. libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll Compiled on windows7 using VIsual Studio 2012 Click here to download this file
  10. his script will allow you to connect to one or more eggdrops without the need for a telnet program or dcc chat. Unlike most of my scripts, I'm actually interested in this one, so if you have any suggestions for improvements please post them here. Getting Started: Paste to a blank remote and save with a unique filename. Right Click the channel or status and select EggDrop Connect. Fill in all the boxes and click Connect. Explanation of the input boxes: IP Address = The ip address of the eggdrop Port = The port the bot is listening for connections on. Handle = The name the bot knows you by(not your current nick). Password = The password you set with the eggdrop. ;EggDrop Connect by Ford_Lawmower #Script-Help ;;Edit EggColor1 to change the nick color, your text and Emphesis text color. alias -l EggColor1 return $+($chr(3),04) ;;Edit EggColor2 to change the primary response text. alias -l EggColor2 return $+($chr(3),03) ;;Edit EggDivider to change the between the EggNick and the response text. alias -l EggDivider return $+($chr(2),$EggColor1,»»,$chr(15)) menu channel,status,menubar,@EggDropConnect* { .EggDrop Connect:EggDropConnect } menu @EggDropConnect* { .$iif($EggIsConnect,$v1,Disconnected) .$iif($EggIsConnect,$style(2)) Connect:{ sockopen $EggSockName $EggIP $EggPort EggMsg Connecting to Eggdrop.. Please Wait..... EggMsg Remember you must enter your username and password when prompted. } .$iif(!$EggNick,$style(2)) Disconnect:{ EggMsg Disconnecting EggMsg Bye Bye :) sockclose $EggSockName EggMsg Disconnected } } alias -l EggIsConnect return $sock($EggSockName) alias -l EggMsg echo $active $iif($EggNick,$+(<,$EggColor1,$v1,$chr(15),>),$+($EggColor1,EggConnect)) $EggDivider $+($EggColor2,$1-) alias -l EggNick return $gettok($sock($EggSockName).mark,3,32) alias -l EggSockName return $mid($active,2-) alias -l EggIP return $gettok($mid($EggSockName,15-),1,58) alias -l EggPort return $gettok($gettok($mid($EggSockName,15-),2,58),1,45) dialog EggDropConnect { title "EggDrop Connect" size -1 -1 105 101 option dbu text "IP Address:", 1, 4 10 37 8, right text "Port:", 2, 4 22 37 8, right text "Handle:", 3, 5 34 37 8, right text "Password:", 4, 5 47 37 8, right edit "", 5, 45 9 55 10, autohs edit "", 6, 45 21 55 10, autohs edit "", 7, 45 33 55 10, autohs edit "", 8, 45 46 55 10, pass autohs text "", 9, 4 62 97 13 button "Connect", 10, 5 82 37 12 button "Close", 11, 64 82 37 12, cancel } alias -l EggDropConnect dialog $iif($dialog(EggDropConnect),-v,-m) EggDropConnect EggDropConnect On *:dialog:EggDropConnect:Sclick:10: { tokenize 32 $did($dname,5) $did($dname,6) $did($dname,7) $did($dname,8) if ($numtok($1-,32) < 4) { did -a $dname 9 Please fill in all the boxes and try again. .timereggcomment 1 4 did -a $dname 9 } elseif (!$regex($1,(?:[\d]{1,3})\x2E(?:[\d]{1,3})\x2E(?:[\d]{1,3})\x2E(?:[\d]{1,3}))) { did -a $dname 9 IP Address must be in the form of xx.xx.xx.xx Check it and try again. .timereggcomment 1 4 did -a $dname 9 } elseif ($2 !isnum) { did -a $dname 9 Port must be a number. Check it and try again. .timereggcomment 1 4 did -a $dname 9 } elseif ($numtok($1-,32) > 4) { did -a $dname 9 Unknown error in one of the fields. Please review them and try again. .timereggcomment 1 4 did -a $dname 9 } else { eggconnect $1- } } alias eggconnect { var %sockname $+(EggDropConnect,$1,:,$2,-,TO,-,$3) if ($sock(%sockname)) sockclose %sockname sockopen %sockname $1 $2 sockmark %sockname $3 $4 if (!$window($+(@,%sockname))) { window -e $+(@,%sockname) } echo $+(@,%sockname) Connecting to your Eggdrop. Please Wait....... } on *:sockopen:EggDropConnect*: { if ($sockerr) { eggecho Socket Error Cannot Connect... eggecho No one seems to be listening on $mid($gettok($sockname,1,45),15-) eggecho Check your IP Address / Port Settings and Try Again. sockclose $sockname } elseif ($gettok($sock($sockname).mark,1,32)) { sockwrite -nt $sockname $v1 sockwrite -nt $sockname $gettok($sock($sockname).mark,2,32) } } on *:sockread:EggDropConnect*: { var %eggconnect | sockread %eggconnect if (%eggconnect) { eggdispformat $+(@,$sockname) $iif($gettok($sock($sockname).mark,3,32),$+(<,$EggColor1,$v1,$chr(15),>),$+($EggColor1,EggConnect)) $EggDivider %eggconnect if ($regex(%eggconnect,/Connected to (.*)\x2C running eggdrop/i)) sockmark $sockname 1 1 $regml(1) elseif (%eggconnect == You don't have access.) { eggecho $+($EggColor1,EggConnect) $+($EggDivider,$EggColor2) It appears that the eggdrop doesn't know you by $& $+(",$iif($gettok($sock($sockname).mark,1,32),$v1,that name),") eggecho $+($EggColor1,EggConnect) $+($EggDivider,$EggColor2) Please Try again with the Name that the bot knows you by. sockclose $sockname } elseif (Negative on that isin %eggconnect) { eggecho $+($EggColor1,EggConnect) $+($EggDivider,$EggColor2) It appears that the password you entered is incorrect. eggecho $+($EggColor1,EggConnect) $+($EggDivider,$EggColor2) Please try again with the correct password. sockclose $sockname } } } alias -l eggecho echo $+(@,$sockname) $+($EggColor2,$1-) alias -l eggsend { sockwrite -nt $iif($sockname,$v1 $1-,$1-) echo $+(@,$iif($sockname,$v1 $me $EggDivider $+($EggColor1,$1-),$1 $+(<,$EggColor1,$me,$chr(15),>) $EggDivider $+($EggColor1,$2-))) } alias -l eggdispformat { echo $1-3 $remove($+($EggColor2,$replace($4-,[1m,$+($chr(15),[,$EggColor1),[0m,$+($chr(15),],$EggColor2))),ÿû,ÿü) } On *:input:@EggdropConnect*: { if ($left($1,1) != /) && ($EggIsConnect) eggsend $v1 $1- } On *:close:@EggdropConnect*: { sockclose $mid($target,2-) } All credits for this snippet goes to FordLawnmower. Originally posted on hawkeye. Click Here
  11. NoFear Irc Client

    thanks for the views (:
  12. File Name: mIRC 7 Toolbar buttons File Submitter: DEATHJ0KER File Submitted: 03 May 2012 File Category: Icons & Toolbars Author: DEATHJ0KER Author's Website: mIRC style horror toolbar buttons of the VxD necronomicon script Click here to download this file
  13. Profile viewer

    Ok so i was bored and playing around today and came up with a simple way to view site profiles in mirc lol. It's done with nHTMLn.dll for now until i learn to do it with dcx dll. but heres what I got it's just a simple @window viewer for now.