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Using KiwiIRC on Cuff-Link

If you require a web based client that allows you to just put in a nickname and connect, you can use KiwiIRC. Registered Users (Recommended for everyone with a registered nick account) https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient/auth.cuff-link.me/#cuff-link Unregistered Users https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient/irc.cuff-link.me/#cuff-link Tips You can add additional channels like this in the URL: These URLs can be bookmarked, so all you’ll have to do is enter a nickname and, if you are registered, your password after loading your custom bookmark.

Cuff-Link Network Update

Hello, We have finished updating the network to InspIRCd 3. InspIRCd 2 is end of life beginning June 2020 after a decade. InspIRCd 3 uses IRCv3 protocols (updated IRC for modern times), which provides better security and more advanced features as clients catch up. If you are experiencing strange issues such as nicklists not updating when people join or mode changes happen, wonky text formatting issues, or connection issues, try updating your client before joining […]

Discontinuing Mibbit Use on Cuff-Link

We have only made one decision in the past regarding outright disallowing a client to be used on Cuff-Link, but the time has come to disallow a second. On November 15, 2019, it will not be possible to connect to Cuff-Link via Mibbit. While we have several reasons for this, the main two are: Mibbit cannot keep their TLS/SSL certificate in place consistently, which poses a security problem. Traffic between Cuff-Link and Mibbit is insecure, […]

Changes to Auth Servers

We made a recent DNS change to how our authentication bypass system works. For those of you currently using port 7797, you will need to update your server entry to auth.cuff-link.me and remove irc.cuff-link.me from your settings. No other changes are necessary. With this DNS change, you can also now use port 6697 with auth.cuff-link.me. (Note, this is no longer the case. Use 7797 only with auth.cuff-link.me. Note: This change only affects those who are […]

Private Message Restriction

Due to several security-related factors, some including spam bots and abusive users, we have made the decision to only allow private messages by registered users. To register, use the following command: A confirmation code will be emailed to you. You will then copy the confirmation line from the email and paste it into IRC. Make sure you have no spaces before the / and no spaces after the code — a space before or after […]