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How to secure Openfire XMPP server

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Introduction Instant Messaging (IM) or chat is a service used broadly today in many applications like google talk or the more recent google Hangouts, Yahoo! Talk etc. It is based on the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) or Jabber protocol. Usually, a client-server architecture is followed, where specially-built XMPP clients exchange XMPP messages with XMPP servers who propagate the ...

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Gateway interaction in Smack API

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Gateway interaction is described by XEP-0100. The query xmlns (namespace) used for this is same as IN-Band registration, that is “jabber:iq:register”. Smack API provides an easy way handle gateway interaction with the server. It has predefined classes for the required namespace and operations which one can easily use and do the thing. In this article I will explain how one ...

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Android: File transfer with asmack and Openfire

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I have seen many peoples struggling from file transfer in asmack – Android build environment and patches for smack. I tried same library with Openfire server after some debugging got success in it. So I will like to share my problem and solution for it. I found that the problem is in Byte Stream host, it tries to connect to ...

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Openfire server configuration – Infrastructure for Instant Messaging

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This tutorial is the second part of the “Setting up an infrastructure for Instant Messaging” article series. After installing the Openfire server (“Openfire server installation“), we are now ready to create some users. Login to the admin console and choose “Users/Groups”. There you should see the existing users under “User Summary”. Only “admin” is currently existent, so choose “Create New ...

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Openfire server installation – Infrastructure for Instant Messaging

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This tutorial is the first part of the “Setting up an infrastructure for Instant Messaging” article series. In this tutorial, we are going to setup an Instant Messaging infrastructure for a private intranet. This should come really handy if you don’t wish to depend on solutions running on the internet or if your network administrator has blocked all the traditional ...

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