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MacOSX: Any suggestions for good and secure IRC client for Tiger/Leopard?

This is a question for the Mac experts out there (Jake, this means you!). Can anyone recommend a good quality, secure IRC client for Macs running Tiger (10.4) and Leopard (10.5)? The obvious Google search gave me four or five options, but I don't have any criteria from which to choose. If there's one that comes with MacOSX, that'd be great, just tell me. Mac Help gave me a big fat goose egg when I asked :-(

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ll.138 years ago
kelseymh (author)  ll.138 years ago
Indeed, that is useful information, though it requires an inordinate amount of scrolling and switching to correlate the data (i.e., the OS table is decoupled from the versions and features tables). There's also no direct information on security/insecurity issues. If I had created this as a Question (and I did think about that), I'd probably flag yours as "Best Answer" just for completeness. What I was looking for, I guess, was one of the Mac fanpersons :-) I respect saying, "Well, I use XYZ and I think it's really great, because..."
ll.13 kelseymh8 years ago
Just wait for the Mac'masters to arrive, I was fearing a death to arrive to the topic, so injected some hopefully useful information. :)
kelseymh (author)  ll.138 years ago
Thanks (and thanks again, since I didn't say so before).

I don't think M(a)cMaster sells an IRC client :-)
Nope, they don't Carr-y it.
McMaster Carr, is that like a Scottish or Irish young automobile?
For the wee ones, you can get them a set of happy wheels, small drink included.
Ah, and Small Fries for the small fries...are included ?
but everything is King-sized at the home of the Whopper.
I can have it my way!!
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