Simple multi-user encrypted chat server for 5 users

ncat -vlm 5 --ssl --chat 9876
Client ~$ ncat --ssl localhost 9876 Change localhost to the correct ip address.
Sample Output
ncat --verbose --listen --max-conns 5 --ssl --chat --source-port 9876

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