Connecting to IRC4Fun using TOR

IRC4Fun now allows TOR connections You will need to configure your IRC Client to use an SSL port (6697) as well as SASL Authentication. You will need to connect to IRC4Fun (not using TOR) to register your Nickname (account) with NickServ. You will need to use the NickServ CONFIRM command to verify your email address before you can use SASL Authentication. How do I configure my IRC client for TOR? This varies from IRC client, so be sure to check your IRC client's documentation. For HexChat users: Open Tor Client (or TOR Browser) In HexChat: Click Settings > Preferences Click Network Setup Set the hostname to 127.0.0.1 Set the port to the port your Tor client or Tor Browser is on (usually 9150) Set the proxy type to SOCKS5 Done!…
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How do I hide my hostname or IP?

IRC4Fun's Cloaks & VHosts IRC4Fun offers hostmask/IP cloaking to both un-registered Guests as well as registered (and identified) users.  Guests are partially hidden or cloaked.  Registered users are given a full cloak (vhost). Guests By default, your hostname (or IP address) is partially hidden or cloaked.  It will look something like IRC4Fun-6c821u.somehost.net.  This still can reveal your Internet Service Provider. Registered & Identified Users Registered (and identified) users will have a full cloak (VHost), which looks like users/AccountName   IRCplus's TheLounge Client (Very effective) [caption id="attachment_951" align="aligncenter" width="300"] TheLounge Screenshot[/caption] IRCplus also offers an always connected, Web & Mobile IRC Client called TheLounge to it's registered users for FREE!  Using this convenient client will hide your hostname and IP address behind our purple.ircplus.net hostname.  (Your real hostname and IP would…
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I cannot connect.. *-lined

I cannot connect, it says I am *-lined.  What happened? A-Lines IRC4Fun Staff (Server Administrators & IRC Operators) may add an A-Line in order to limit abuse on individual servers.  A-Lines are local bans from specific servers -- which can be bypassed by identifying to Services via SASL, and can be temporary (or Permanent) depending on the duration given by the staff member who placed it.  If you wish to contest a A-Line, you should contact the server administrator listed in /ADMIN via their   @ IRC4Fun.net  email address with your IP/hostname.  (Server Administrators and IRC Operators are under no obligation to remove a A-Line, you are still able to connect using SASL.) *If you do not currently have an account, you may register one at https://irc4fun.net/r/webserv or https://irc4.fun/webserv K-Lines…
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