[icq-devel] java v7/v8 package



Christophe Minguet (freesurf) c.minguet at freesurf.fr
Wed Jan 29 22:43:52 CET 2003


I wrote this j2ee web app :
http://minsoft.dyndns.org/nomadIcq
 
But my "lib" is not really a lib ... And is very dependent on my web
based icq client ....
But if u need somehelp ...
Hum ... What about this tcp encryption algorythm ? I never coded such
... Is it for direct connections ?

Good luck
Chris

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Objet : Re: [icq-devel] java v7/v8 package


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On Wednesday January 29, 2003 03:28 pm, Micha wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've a simple question: Do you know a java-package that implements the

> v7/v8 protocol ? (Doesn't need dc or such things, only the basics like

> making a FLAP, SNAC, TLV, add a Byte, Word, DWord, and so on...)
>
> Thx in advance :)
>
> -micha

Hi. This is my first port to this list, but I am working on such a
library. I 
am currently having trouble with the TCP encryption/decryption
algorithm. If 
someone wants to code up this algorithm in Java, it would help speed up
the 
release of my library, which is still a while away. I need it to be
stable 
and relatively bug free before I release it to the public, but I also
want to 
get a few major missing features working, the major ones are AIM
filetransfer 
and ICQ TCP support.

Aside from those couple features, the majority of the OSCAR protocol is 
implemented, including server-side buddy lists and other features you
might 
expect.

- -- 
Sincerely,

David Walluck
<david at anti-microsoft.org>
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