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:'''irc.rizon.net'''
 
:'''irc.rizon.net'''
 
;Port
 
;Port
: Insecure: '''6660-6670''' or '''7000'''
 
 
: [[SSL|Secure (SSL/TLS): '''6697''' or '''9999''']]
 
: [[SSL|Secure (SSL/TLS): '''6697''' or '''9999''']]
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: Insecure: 6660-6670 or 7000
  
 
Other ports may be available upon request.
 
Other ports may be available upon request.
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==SSL Details==
 
==SSL Details==
  
'''Starting June 18th 2017''', Rizon servers will be transitioning to [https://letsencrypt.org/ Let's Encrypt] certificates.
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Since June 18th 2017, Rizon servers use [https://letsencrypt.org/ Let's Encrypt] certificates.
  
This should not require any change in client settings (unless you have pinned our previous certificate — if you don't know what this means, you definitely have not done it, so nothing to worry about).
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We believe this to be a better solution than a single standard certificate, as the Let's Encrypt certificates
 
 
(Note: You may still receive the old certificate listed below for a few weeks while we transition.)
 
 
 
===Technical Reasoning===
 
 
 
We believe this to be a security improvement for our users, as the certificates
 
  
 
# expire faster (reducing the amount of time a stolen certificate could be used by an attacker),
 
# expire faster (reducing the amount of time a stolen certificate could be used by an attacker),
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# are much easier to rotate.
 
# are much easier to rotate.
  
===Old Certificate===
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==Linking a Server==
 
 
Servers used to serve a SSL certificate for irc.rizon.net with certificate chain
 
 
 
0 s:/OU=Domain Control Validated/OU=Gandi Standard SSL/CN=irc.rizon.net
 
  i:/C=FR/ST=Paris/L=Paris/O=Gandi/CN=Gandi Standard SSL CA 2
 
1 s:/C=FR/ST=Paris/L=Paris/O=Gandi/CN=Gandi Standard SSL CA 2
 
  i:/C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority
 
2 s:/C=US/ST=New Jersey/L=Jersey City/O=The USERTRUST Network/CN=USERTrust RSA Certification Authority
 
  i:/C=SE/O=AddTrust AB/OU=AddTrust External TTP Network/CN=AddTrust External CA Root
 
 
 
and fingerprint:
 
  E4:92:56:8E:27:60:BA:35:4C:53:50:8C:33:B5:25:52:63:07:9D:35:4A:F2:31:6D:42:6D:F9:2D:1E:B0:3D:E2
 
 
 
 
 
==Link a server==
 
  
When you want to link your own server to the Rizon chat network, you may look into [[I_want_to_link_my_server_to_Rizon|this]] article.
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If you'd like to link your own server to the Rizon Chat Network, please read the "[[I_want_to_link_my_server_to_Rizon|I want to link my server to Rizon]]" article.

Revision as of 20:01, 21 November 2018

Rizon can be connected to with the following information:

Host
irc.rizon.net
Port
Secure (SSL/TLS): 6697 or 9999
Insecure: 6660-6670 or 7000

Other ports may be available upon request.

Servers

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Note: You cannot connect directly to servers, you will just be redirected to irc.rizon.net. These are listed for informational purposes only.

North America

Name Location
irc.namreeb.org Beauharnois, Quebec, Canada
magnet.rizon.net Berkeley County, SC, United States
irc.sxci.net Chicago, IL, United States
irc.rizon.io Dallas, TX, United States
irc2.rizon.io Los Angeles, CA, United States
solenoid.rizon.net The Dalles, OR, United States
irc.falconspy.org Council Bluffs, IA, United States
irc.hellhoundslair.org Ashburn, VA, United States
irc.usa-talk.net Kansas City, MO, United States
irc.ircii.net Piscataway, NJ, United States

Europe

Name Location
irc.x2x.cc St. Ghislain, Belgium
irc.rizon.no Oslo, Norway
irc.infernet.org Naalwijk, The Netherlands
irc.destiny.vision Rotterdam, The Netherlands
irc.uworld.se Stockholm, Sweden
irc.rizon.club Roubaix, France
irc.hostsailor.com Bucharest, Romania

Asia

Name Location
irc.losslessone.com Tokyo, Japan
irc.rizon.rocks Changhua County, Taiwan

SSL Details

Since June 18th 2017, Rizon servers use Let's Encrypt certificates.

We believe this to be a better solution than a single standard certificate, as the Let's Encrypt certificates

  1. expire faster (reducing the amount of time a stolen certificate could be used by an attacker),
  2. are per-server (so an attacker who has server X's key wouldn't be able to decrypt traffic encrypted to server Y's certificate), and
  3. are much easier to rotate.

Linking a Server

If you'd like to link your own server to the Rizon Chat Network, please read the "I want to link my server to Rizon" article.