MSN Chat was the Microsoft Network version of IRCX (Internet Relay Chat extensions by Microsoft), which replaced Microsoft Chat, a set of Exchange-based IRCX servers first available in the Microsoft Comic Chat client, although Comic Chat was not required to connect.
The Microsoft Network Chat Control was developed as an Active X Component Object Model (COM) Object.
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To ensure the MSN Chat network was only being connected to by authorized clients, Microsoft created and implemented a SASL based Security Service Provider authentication package known as Gate Keeper.
This used a randomized session key to authorize users not using the Microsoft Passport system.
Microsoft used another SSP known as Gate Keeper Passport, that worked from the same method but required certain attributes related to the user's account.