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Authentication is done by the server signing every message.
A signature is a digital fingerprint that is created by the server and signed by the user.
Each user has their own key that they store in Trillian.
New keys can be generated on the server, as required, so users won’t need to generate new keys.
Authentication is done through the server.
A random message/identifier is sent to the user and they are asked to sign the message.
The server then checks that the signed message and the random message were signed by the same user with the same key.
Trillian OTR Authentication Example:

The server creates a signature with a random message and their chosen user key.
This will be displayed to the recipient.
The user signs the message.
The server compares the signature to their stored signature. If they match then the message has been signed by the user with the key they chose.
This ensures the user who signed the message did so with the key that they stored, preventing the server from learning the users name.
As long as the user signing the message with their chosen key is the one who is receiving the message, the authentication will work.

Deniability allows users to protect themselves from the possibility that they could get locked out of messages after their key is revoked.
Deniability is done by the server rejecting messages after they have been signed by a user unless the user key that they signed the message with is still valid.
Trillian OTR Deniability Example:

A user signs a message.
The server receives this message and checks to see if the user they signed it with is still valid.
If the key is revoked then the message is rejected.
New key is generated for the user if required.
The messages can now be shared with the new user.

Simply put: it is an off-the-record plugin for Trillian.


Disclaimer: I haven’t used the plugin in a long time, and there may be fundamental changes from what I originally wrote.
Hope this helps someone.

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OTR (Off-The-Record) is built as a cross-platform encryption plugin that is supposed to provide off-the-record messaging support in Trillian.
This style of encryption allows both authentication that the source of the messages is a known individual as well as plausable deniability.
Messages sent  during an encrypted session are secure, but messages can easily be forged after the fact, preventing them from being easily attributable to any one person.

Trillian 2.0 has a new IM engine that has many changes.
One of the biggest changes is there is no more offline messaging system.
A user with an OTR plugin enabled now can send only OTR messages, if both devices are online.
All Trillian 2.x users are encouraged to update to the latest version, in order to get the newer OTR plugins.

A newer version of Trillian OTR is available from the Trillian Support section of the Trillian Download Page.


Provides a plugin with the AgentX class.
AgentX.JAR is a FreeAgentX powered Trillian Plugin; however, it provides a modified user interface (MUI).
AgentX.JAR is designed for users that desire an advanced user interface, but do not want the extra overhead of the more feature-heavy FreeAgentX software.

Provides a P2P (buddy) API that allows Trillian to transparently carry-on communication between clients over IM networks.
Unlike AgentX.JAR, TrillianCode does not rely on direct control of the underlying IM network software.
TrillianCode also gives the user an option to secure their Trillian session with OTR messages.

It is recommended to use TrillianCode with AgentX.JAR if the Trillian instance is not on the same computer as the TrillianCode installation.
It is recommend that both AgentX.JAR and TrillianCode be installed so that the user has the capability of communicating via multiple Trillian systems.

External links
Trillian Official Website
AgentX.JAR website
TrillianCode website

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End-to-end encryption of messages
Trusted (non-fraudable) indication of the sender
Plausable deniability of the sender (you can be said to be the sender of a message, but you will have plausible deniability for the message’s content)
Protection from replay attacks

The Trillian OTR plugin offers the following protections:

Messages are not stored by default, so if your computer is stolen, no messages will be visible.
All Trillian users are automatically granted access to Trillian OTR with no additional configuration. Messages sent by one user are automatically protected using Trillian OTR, which may be decrypted by all other Trillian users.
Trusted Sources to prevent messages from being replayed
As the Trusted Sources are Trusted Users. The other portion of OTR protocol is if the sender is trusted, when the message is shown the next time, it is encrypted again.
If you delete a trusted source, it will revoke itself. However, if you re-trust it, it does not re-use an existing sign key but instead creates a new one. You have to re-trust the same source each time you send a new message.
Plausible Deniability of Messages
While the source of the message cannot be determined from the time of the message’s creation, Trillian OTR has the capability of inserting a predefined sequence of encryption where the sender will be known, though not verifiable. The sequence has a signature that can be used to verify that the message has been altered.
In other words, the message can be shown to be fake, but not forged. While you may still be held accountable for the message itself, you should be able to plausibly claim that you did not send the message.
Using the Trusted Source feature is the only way to initiate an encrypted conversation on Trillian. This feature is disabled by default.

The OTR plugin for Trillian is used to use the Off-The-Record protocol for Trillian, and is known to be a similar method that is used by the the PGP Email Signing Plugin for Thunderbird.
Trillian and OTR have been under development since 2011, and were publicly released in 2013.
Here is a blog post by David Chronister about Trillian OTR:

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An available and connected Internet connection is required to play the game.
CPU: 2.5 GHz Dual-Core, 1 GHz single core or higher
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