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IMSpector 0.9 released

Mostly a maintenance release, 0.9 adds support for Yahoo via the Yahoo web client, and support for hiding event text (useful if you just want to keep an eye on IM usage without actually recording what was said).

Get it from http://www.imspector.org/downloads/

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2009-07-20

IMSpector: 0.8 released

IMSpector is a plugin-based IM proxy with the ability to log to files and databases. Supported protocols include MSN, Jabber/XMPP, ICQ, AIM, Yahoo, IRC and Gadu-gadu.

You can now add logging warnings to peoples chats, and some other tweaks. Get it from http://www.imspector.org/

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2008-12-22

IMSpector 0.7 released

This release adds loads more cool stuff, including on-the-fly cert creation when doing a MITM. See imspector.org for more info.

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2008-07-28

IMSpector: 0.6 released

IMSpector is a plugin-based transparent IM proxy with the ability to log to files and databases. Supported protocols include MSN, Jabber/XMPP, ICQ, AIM, Yahoo, IRC and Gadu-gadu.

Now with Jabber/XMPP support, with SSL/TLS monitoring via a man-in-the-middle attack. And the usual fixes.

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2008-06-12

IMSpector 0.5 released

0.5 adds support for Gadu-gadu, and includes an SQL-backed filter plugin with automatic whitelisting abilities, and other stuff. See http://www.imspector.org/ for more info.

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2008-03-14

IMSpector 0.4 released

See www.imspector.org for the details. ;)

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2008-01-23

CVS and IMSpector 0.4

Finally IMSpector has CVS hosted on sourceforge.net. Prior to this, CVS was running on the main authors fileserver.

Hopefully within a couple of weeks we should be in a position to release IMSpector 0.4. Stuff included should be:

* Improvements to AIM support
* Postgres logging support
* Blocking of messages based on an ACL
* Loads of little fixes

Lawrence/Aslak

Posted by Lawrence Manning 2007-06-18

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