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You all need some serious help with a proper installing of DigiChat v188.8.131.52. Let us master's teach you how to install a linux based DigiChat server on you're windows or linux vps.
First you will need to head on over to hood-flow.com/forum.php.
Second you will need to register because if you do not register there is no way you can view the tutorials.
Third might i suggest posting 10 legit digichat threads, it doesn't have to be tutorials, if you have icons, emotions, themes, sounds, patches, security for the chat or even know some other tricks post them because they will not help without a post count of 10.
Once that is done, go and ask you're question, once you ask it they will answer it. These people are impressively smart at the whole digichat thing. The Administrator answered mine is less then a day. I went to sleep, awoke the next morning, and my server was up thanks to him, it was really impressive.
xxcorrosionxx, what is your relationship to hood-flow[dot]com?
This is moderation, & your answer will be taken into account in deciding if your post is spam or advertising or neither.
I hope that line was not not addressed to me. Assuming that it wasn't, split posts like that in 2, or a least into 2 sections, & put the name of the person you are addressing at the top of each. This will help avoid misunderstandings.
I am reminded of a quotation whose original source I cannot find:
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with ketchup.
I have no relationship with hood-flow i am simply pointing out that there are patches for digichat that makes it secure. Tell you what, if digichat is so secure why do i have a program that can hack it. I can create rooms, lock rooms, delete rooms all on the regular user account. Here is a picture of the program:
Program is simple, pick your v5 version chat, everyone knows 321teenchat and refugechat, etc. Enter nickname and password is anything you want. Enter the chats ip address and host name and the program password which i happend to reverse engineer the program so there is no password required then it logs into the chat server. There you can view the ips of everyone, lock chats, and boot moderators.
Now, this is where the patches come into play, with a (PATCHED) chat you will be secure from this threat. So do not sit there and tell me diginet is secure because i just proved to you it isn't. Don't be cocky, no one likes a cocky person bro.
Again, this is where you appear to be missing the point. You're telling us to go to a site that you SAY you have no affiliation with (although the only posts you've ever made have been about that site), and do something.
No one has EVER said that Digichat is more (or less) secure than anything else. What we HAVE said, is that loading a 'patch' from a third-party site, to supposedly fix a security hole, is a very bad idea. Again, unless Digichat comes out with something on THEIR site that says, "Hey, go to xxxxx, they've got a fix for a problem we're having", anyone would view that third-party site with a LOT of suspicion.
I hope it is not your intention, but so far you are coming off as the cocky person you don't like. Both TB0ne & I are annoyed at being called "bro". I think you have the potential to become a valuable contributor to LQ if you measure your words & tone a little more carefully.
The following is meant humorously & is put in gray for that reason --
Thank you for inspiring the following proposed addition to my LQ sig. block:
You will want to use a digichat keygen generator of course, which you can find on google.com, or on this website (...) If you're using a keygen, then yours will not say expired license.
As far as I can see your only "contribution" to LQ is promoting a closed source commercially licensed product which server licenses start at about USD 500. And now you've added to that the suggestion that members install and use a keygen. The latter is against the LQ Rules and I ask you do not do that again. Thread closed.