DALnet KLine Team
DALnet's KLine team was established as a mediator between DALnet, the offenders and the providers, in the hopes of reaching a peaceful resolution to any questions regarding autokills that are in place.

Whether the question comes from a DALnet user, a staff member, or a provider, it's up to the KLine team to offer proof upon request regarding any charge of abuse.

Please keep in mind that the DALnet IRC Network, as well as any server linked to DALnet, have the right to deny any access to its network for any reason, with or without cause. Abuse includes, but is not limited to: mass-advertising, open proxy abuse, exploiting of viruses or any material that might cause damage to another user, cloning, evading autokills and evading channel bans. Each area is handled by a specialized sub-team.

Main KLine team's members:
* key (Team Leader)
* aHa (Mass Ads Lead)
* Ahnberg
* Arfie
* bel
* brandon (Routing Lead)
* byrnsy
* Car`a`carn
* deception
* klb (SAbuse Lead)
* LeMaXiMuS
* robt
* RuneB
* SAD
* Visigoth




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Cybercafe FAQFrequently Asked Questions about Cybercafes
Cybercafe Registration FormRegistration Form for Cybercafes
Sharktech autokillsInformation about Sharktech autokills
FDCservers autokillsInformation about FDCservers autokills
Autokill InformationInformation about Exploits (exp/*) autokills
Ident AkillsInformation about "no ident" autokills
Proxy MonitorsInformation about DALnet's Proxy Monitors
Contact UsContact the KLine team

K-Line Sub-team:


Team Description
MassAdsThe team was established as a mediator between the users and the providers that were autokilled for spamming (which includes both channel invites and web sites). This team is responsible for communication between the users and the providers, in an effort to curb spamming on DALnet.

Other Abuse teams:


Team Description
Services AbuseThe purpose of this team is to deal with abuse issues directly related to the DALnet Services. This is to include both user connections as well as other IRC Operator connections. The forms of abuse include, but not limited to: mass nickname registrations, mass channel registrations, flooding, or spamming users via MemoServ, use of *!*@*.* in the access list, the AOp lists, or the SOp lists.
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