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Installing a Module is fairly simple, but does take some patience. Follow these simple steps to install the modules on this site.

1.  Download the .c file or .dll file from this website.

2.  Place the downloaded file in the Unreal3.2/src/modules folder (Linux), or Program Files/Unreal3.2/modules (Windows).

3.  Linux only:  from the Unreal3.2 directory, run "make custommodule MODULEFILE=<modfile>".  <modfile> is the filename minus the .c (Ex: antimoon.c would be MODULEFILE=antimoon)

4.  In the unrealircd.conf file, place the following line:
    - Linux:   loadmodule "path/to/<modfile>.so";  (Ex:  loadmodule "src/modules/";)
    - Win:  loadmodule "path/to/<modfile>.dll";     (Ex: loadmodule "modules/antimoon.dll";)

5.  Don't forget to review the readme file for configurable options.  If the module requires, place applicable configurations in the unrealircd.conf

6.  That's it.  Test out your module and it should we working.  If you have issues, you can ask for help on the forum.

Anope Modules

Anope Modules are a quick and easy way to add or change the functionality of the main Anope program.

Modules are created by the community and uploaded to this site for users to download and use free-of-charge. If you need assistance downloading or using the modules available on this site, take a look at the Help page.

To quickly find a specific module, use the Search function. If you want to look through modules by category, then you may Browse through the entire collection.


is a piece of software that provides unique services to the a network via loadable modules. NeoStats is an extended service and does not provide the traditional NickServ/ChanServ, but instead provides services such as LogServ, GameServ, SecureServ and StatsServ all of which are documented below.

NeoStats is not actively developed, and hasn't been for many years. So we recommend you try out a modern variant such as Denora instead of NeoStats.

NeoStats Service Bots

SecureServ is an IRC trojan detector it is much like a virus scanner, but aimed at IRC networks. Using several methods, including version checks, behavior analysis, and general pattern matching, it aims to detect trojans, viruses, and floodbots which connect to your IRC network. Its "brains" are based on a "Definition file" which contains information on how to detect trojans. To update detection for new trojans, you only have to download a new file.