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Most of the methods were through the use of the MSN Chat Control itself, yet others were more complicated.

In the beginning, shortly after the move from Microsoft Chat, the MSN Chat Network could be directly connected to through any IRC Client to com on port 6667.

Many of the MSN Chat Clones started up directly after MSN closed its services (2006), and additional networks have continued to spring up since then.

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If the control was instructed to connect to any address other than the server, it would not match the server's hash and thus authentication would fail.

A few later third party clients could authenticate without the control and were adjusted to compensate for this change.

Perhaps because of abuse or other factors, such as the desire to authenticate users based on their Microsoft Passport, Microsoft implemented Gate Keeper and Gate Keeper Passport, and integrated both into their chat control.

The weakness of Gate Keeper and the fact the early MSN Chat Controls (1.0−3.0) had public functions for doing Gate Keeper authentication seemed to indicate Microsoft wanted third parties to be able to access their network as before, but they wanted to be able to control automated abuse.

These are generally small chat networks, which often rely on home-made IRC servers, or IRCX servers.

Many of the "MSN Chat Clones" are non-compliant and do not follow the RFC 1459 (IRC) or the "e Xtensions to Internet Relay Chat" (IRCX) standards and often contain many bugs/exploits that may cause a denial of service with the MSN Chat Control.

The versions of MSN Chat were designed from IRC3 through to IRC8, Even with the newer versions, MSN Chat still had the possibility to replicate older MSN Chat versions by issuing the IRCVERS command.

It is believed that IRC referred to the original IRC Daemon, and IRC2 referred to IRCX.

As specified in the IRCX Draft, The client sends a string using the prefix "I" for initial and then the client and server will attempt to authenticate.

The Gate Keeper mechanism is not publicly documented.

Microsoft used another SSP known as Gate Keeper Passport, that worked from the same method but required certain attributes related to the user's account.

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