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The IRC Bot Identification Protocol Standard
The IRC Bot Identification Protocol, or IBIP, formalizes the detection and enumeration of robots on an IRC network.
IBIP relies upon the standard behavior of IRC clients, as standardized in RFC 2812.
This standard should be defined in the Server INFO response as a server feature/requirement.
IBIP has two mandatory components: a call component and a response component.
Human clients are normally the originators of the call component, while robots respond to the call with the response component. However, nothing stop robots from originating an IBIP call, and nothing stops human clients from falsely responding to the call.
Clients expecting a response from all IBIP-compliant IRC bots in the current channel should send a PRIVMSG in the following format:
PRIVMSG target :.bots
Within an IRC client, this message will be just
The target may be one of two options:
If the target is a channel, the client must expect to receive proper responses from all IBIP-compliant bots in the targeted channel.
If the target is a nickname, the client must expect to receive either no proper responses or exactly one proper response from the IBIP-compliant bot messaged. If the nickname messaged is not the nickname of an IBIP-compliant bot or does not exist on the network, the client should not expect to receive a proper response.
Upon receiving a PRIVMSG of the format specified above, IBIP-compliant IRC bots are expected to send a response PRIVMSG in the following format:
PRIVMSG target :Reporting in! [<language>] information
Where the target is one of two options:
If the call was sent through a channel and not privately, the bot should reply through the channel. If the call was sent privately, the bot should reply through a corresponding PRIVMSG directly to the sender.
The response sent to the target has the following format:
Reporting in! [<language>] information
In this format, the “Reporting in!” component is static and should not vary between IBIP-compliant bots.
The “[<language>]” component is optional, and specifies the language(s) in which the IRC bot was developed. If multiple languages were used, it is recommended that they be separated by slashes, although this is not mandatory. This component may not contain mIRC color codes or other non-text characters, to simplify parsing.
After the “[<language>]” component, the bot writer may choose to specify any additional information they consider pertinent to someone identifying bots with IBIP. This information is optional.
In summary, an example IBIP response might look like this:
PRIVMSG #channel :Reporting in! [C] More info at http://example.com