Welcome to OnionNet

a freedom of speech IRC network based on the onion Router!


In teh chat, nobody knows you're a fox...

onion irc zes fffux . onion ↑ top Juppis lair .oOOOo. o. O .O o. o Oo o O o O O O O o O O o o oOo O o 'OoOo. O .oOo. 'OoOo. O o O .oOo. o o O o O o O o o O o O O OooO' O `o O' O o O o O O o o Oo O o `OoooO' o O o' `OoO' o O O `o `OoO' `oO a freedom of speech IRC network based on The Onion Router! Other servers: The operators are: onirccaaakegi.onion Juppi/amnesia If you need help: * join the #security channel, type "/join #security" * ask your local op, type "/query amnesia" or ask * the guys with the @ in front of their nick in * channels, type /who * use open source software only * download TOR only from https://www.torproject.org * if you are not sure about something, ask in #security * Add a password to your Server connection * and your client will be registered. available * on fux and cake. You are strongly advised to * do so to protect your nick in the first place * not supported on this network: * spam, multiple nicks, multiline messages * please try to avoid such activity ############################################## # THE FIRST NEW SERVERS ARE # # * onionirczesfffux.onion amnesia # # * onionirccaaakegi.onion amnesia # # # # INACTIVE BUT BOOKMARK IT, WILL BE BACK # # * raspberryunmofgk.onion someone # # PLEASE BOOKMARK THEM # ############################################## # TESTING FEATURE NOW WITH NICKSERV # # AND CHANSERV ( may be off w/o notice # ##############################################

Pick one of the available client setup tutorials:

HexChatPidginweechatirssi

################################################################################ How to connect to OnionNET IRC using HexChat? ← tutorials | ↑ motd | ↑ top ################################################################################

Download Hexchat: https://hexchat.github.io Debian-based distros like Tails can use: $ sudo apt-get update -y && sudo apt-get install -y hexchat Note that the actual config files are stored in ~/.config/hexchat so you can back them up after you set HexChat up and then restore on your next Tails session by just copying them back from your ~/Persistence/ directory. It's free IRC client that is under active development. It has a portable install mode, so you can put it easily on an encrypted partition. To connect to IRC via Tor, edit Preferences > Network setup > Proxy Server: Hostname: 127.0.0.1 Port: 9050 (default port for TorBrowser, verify in TorButton > Preferences > Proxy Settings) Type: SOCKS 5 Use proxy for: All Connections In HexChat: Network List pane Enter your user information. Nick name: <your nick> Second choice: -leave blank- Third choice: -leave blank- Four choice: -leave blank- User name: <your nick> Then click the Add button. The New Network option appears and get highlighted, enter: OnionNet IRC and hit Enter. Then click the Edit... button. At the top, edit the: newserver/6667 entry and put: onionirczesfffux.onion/6667 in then hit Enter. If you enter the password at the bottom, the first time you enter your nick gets registered with that password. In case you forget or lose that password, your account is lost. Switch to the 'Autojoin channels' tab just below the server address. Hit the Add button and change: #channel to: #security and hit Enter. Switch to 'Connect commands' tab. Hit the Add button and change: ECHO hello to: ignore * CTCP DCC You're ready now to connect, hit the Close button at the bottom of the window. Now make sure the OnionNet IRC entry you created is highlighted, and you can click the Connect button. Wait for a few moments and if everything went ok you should be automatically transferred to the #security channel after HexChat successfully connects to the OnionIRC box. It might take a while. ------ Security: For security reasons, all CTCP and DCC commands are disabled on OnionNET Servers, however you are advised to disable those commands in your HexChat/xChat client by going to Settings > CTCP Replies and deleting all the entries listed there. Also feel free to disable those commands in your hexchat client once you start hexchat up with following command: /ignore * CTCP DCC The settings for XChat are identical or very similar (depending on xChat version). When connected to one of the OnionNET IRC servers, use /join <#channelname> to join an actual channel and /list to list all the channels or /motd to display server welcome message+info.
Example: /ignore * CTCP DCC /motd /list /join #security

################################################################################ How to connect to OnionNET IRC using Pidgin? ← tutorials | ↑ motd | ↑ top ################################################################################

Download pidgin here: https://www.pidgin.im/download/ Debian-based distros like Tails can use bundled Pidgin installation or use: $ sudo apt-get install -y pidgin Tails users won't need to adjust the proxy settings also so that's convenient. Go Buddy List > Accounts > Manage accounts > Click 'Add' button Enter following to the Basic tab: --- Username: <your nick> Server: onionirczesfffux.onion Password: -leave empty- Advanced tab: --- Port. 6667 Encodings: UTF-8 Real Name: <your nick> (leave all other untouched) Proxy tab: --- Proxy type: SOCKS 5 Host: 127.0.0.1 Port: 9050 (default port for TorBrowser, verify in TorButton > Preferences > Proxy Settings) (leave all other untouched) Click 'Add' button --- In Accounts window, select Enabled checkbox to your newly created account (if not set automatically when clicked Add in the previous step) Click 'Close' button --- Go to 'Buddy List' window and select: Buddies > Join a Chat...
In the window that appears, enter: #security or click 'List channels' and then click 'Join' button.

################################################################################ How to connect to OnionNET IRC using weechat? ← tutorials | ↑ motd | ↑ top ################################################################################

Download latest weechat release from: https://weechat.org/ Tails users can happily install weechat from the Debian repositories: $ sudo apt-get update -y && sudo apt-get install -y weechat You need to define a proxy and a server, also deactivate xfer and ctcp for privacy. To do that: Copy the following configuration lines into a text file. Edit YourNick to your desired login information. Check your tor proxy address and port if you do not use TorBrowsers Tor. Paste the edited lines into weechat.
/proxy add tor socks5 127.0.0.1 9050 /server add onionirc onionirczesfffux.onion/6667 -proxy=tor -nicks=YourNick -username=YourNick -realname=YourNick /plugin unload xfer /set weechat.plugin.autoload "*,!xfer" /set irc.ctcp.clientinfo "" /set irc.ctcp.finger "" /set irc.ctcp.source "" /set irc.ctcp.time "" /set irc.ctcp.userinfo "" /set irc.ctcp.ping ""
You are ready to connect now: /connect onionirc /list /join #security Note that the actual config files are stored in ~/.weechat so you can back them up after you set weechat up and then restore on your next Tails session by copying them back from your ~/Persistence/ directory.

################################################################################ How to connect to OnionNET IRC using irssi? ← tutorials | ↑ motd | ↑ top ################################################################################

Use following tutorial: doc/TorifyHOWTO/irssi - Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki Server: onionirczesfffux.onion Port: 6667