A ‘vHost’ (virtual host) allows users to hide their hostmask (e.g., Evil.users.evilnet.org) with something creative (e.g., i.am.evil). 


Format rules:

  1. must contain a dot (aka . ) and can only contain alphanumeric characters, dots ( . ) and dashes ( – );
    my.vhost.here   my-vhost
  2. must not contain a @
  3. must not be an IP or IP look-a-like   127.o.o.1
  4. must not resolve (basically, the vHost can’t point to an actual site);
    this.is.an.example  google.com  evilnet.org
  5. must not be a partial host or ip; example: hub.google.com
  6. must not mimic government organizations (*.gov, *.gc, .ca, FBI, etc.) or private organizations which have government affiliation (MPAA, RIAA, etc.);
  7. must not contain the words  ‘ircop’, ‘admin’, ‘network’, ‘evilnet’, or any IRCop’s nick;
  8. must not contain racist words (what is considered racist/derogatory is subject to discretion by vHost team members);
  9. must not refer to other networks/spamming;
    join.my.channel   come.to.irc.blahblahblah.net
  10. must not refer to “kiddy”-like activity. (dosing, rooting, “carding,” etc.)
  11. must not be more than 63 characters in length

Requesting a vHost

You must have a registered username in order to request a vHost.

  1. Once you have a registered username and are logged in join #vhost channel
  2. Request your vhost by doing /msg hostserv request desired.host
  3. Your request will be filtered by a bot and sent to the vhost team.
  4. Your request will then be manually approved by a human (please do not remind us of your request, we automatically get alerted already).
  5. Please do not request more than one vHost in a week’s time. So make sure you pick something that is suitable.