For windows a very popular client is Mirc and for the Macintosh a popular client is Ircle.
To connect to our chat room you will need to configure your client with the following information: If you do not have a IRC client or prefer to not use one to connect to our chat rooms you can use our web based java client that will run from your browser window.
When using these chat rooms we ask everyone that they abide by the following rules.
Not following these rules can lead to you being permanently banned from the chat rooms and possibly even the website itself.
These files are completely harmless and you have nothing to worry about.
If this still bothers you, then you should use one of the above IRC clients instead. Start Web Based Chat Program The Bleeping Computer chat rooms are Public chat rooms.
Below you will find links pertaining to this service and how to use it.
Continue reading to learn more about how to connect and use this service.
Much of the time we discuss general topics in the chat room but when someone comes in and asks for help we will focus on helping that person.
If you would like to send a private message to another user, that only that user can see and respond to, then you can double click on their nickname in both the web based client and a desktop client and a private message window will appear.
All messages that sent via this private message window will be private between the both of you.
When you click on the link to launch the chat program it will be necessary to download some components of the software to your computer.