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By Doemela avatar | June 13, 2015 - 7:45 pm
No plaintext IRC access

We have disabled access to our IRC network via plaintext. This means that if you want to connect to our network you must be using TLS on port 6697. The reason for this change is simple: TLS is something everybody should be using. Virtually every modern IRC client supports TLS, this includes mobile clients too. All clients (including authorized user bots) must be configured to use TLS, or you won’t be able to connect soon. To verify if you are using TLS check that you are connecting to port 6697 in your client, or if you are currently connected whois yourself and look for “is using a secure connection”.

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