Articles tagged with support

Updates - October 30, 2021

By ClAdmin
The support site at https://support.cuff-link.me/ is back up. We are working on potentially replacing the support site software with something more mobile-friendly. Please use the support site instead of emailing the support address – we are typically much … Read More

Updates - October 2021

By ClAdmin
We’ve experienced some issues with providers the last couple of weeks. First, Let’s Encrypt was having some issues, which coincided with our certificate renewals. Most clients should be fixed. However, mIRC is still refusing to validate the valid … Read More

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 … Read More

Changes to Auth Servers

By ClAdmin
More changes were implemented. You can now use: Server: irc.cuff-link.me Port: 7797 Enable SASL and connect with a registered nickname. auth.cuff-link.me no longer works. Important: If you have received the message that "regular connections are not … Read More

Private Message Restriction

By ClAdmin
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: /ns register password [email protected] A confirmation code … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Channel Administration

By ClAdmin
Intro Cuff-Link offers channel administration services via Anope 2 IRC Services. Register your nick with NickServ and use a secure connection to the chat network - you’re now ready to start your own channel or join an existing ChanOp team … Read More

TLS [SSL] Setup On Various Clients

By ClAdmin
Here are some visuals on some popular clients to assist with setting up TLS connections in preparation for the February 1, 2018 change to going TLS-only on Cuff-Link. Feel free to submit support tickets with screenshots in any clients we … Read More

Cuff-Link is Going TLS-Only

By ClAdmin
Consent. Privacy. Security. These are the three things that help us ensure safety and minimal risk for everyone who uses Cuff-Link. We cannot properly do this while allowing people to connect to the network with insecure [unencrypted] connections. After several … Read More

Entry is Consent Channels - Acceptable Use

By ClAdmin
For a long time, “Entry is consent” was used in channel topics and entry messages when a person joined. Submissives agreed to any form of use by dominants upon entry. Dominants agreed to be ‘broken’ upon entry. Consenting to hypnosis … Read More

Correct Nickname Registration

Cuff Link recommends that you register any nicks that you use. Registered nicks have many advantages that unregistered nicks do not. Registered nicks can only be used by the individual who registered them - if you register a nick, you effectively … Read More

Why You Should Move to Using Authentication

By ClAdmin
As many of you know, because you’ve either gotten caught in one yourself, have talked to others who have, or have seen the admins discussing it wherever, we use CIDR bans on Cuff-Link to help cut down on malicious … Read More

Proper Channel Registration

By ClAdmin
Cuff-Link uses Anope2 for services, which has been available for 2+ years now. Many people are still either using the old method of channel registration or registering the same way one might a nickname. Cuff-Link Administrators are no longer suspending … Read More

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