If you are trying to use a client based on Adobe's Flash technology with Jabber.org, you probably noticed that we redirect "jabber.org" to " which breaks the Flash security model (it expects to find the file on port 80 of jabber.org, not
The Jabber logo is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, so you are free to use it.
Feel free to contact Peter Saint-Andre if you have questions about the logo.
The service uses industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) to encrypt your connection to the server.
Our security certificate is issued by Let's Encrypt, a widely-recognized certification authority that is sponsored by the Linux Foundation, Mozilla, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and other organizations.
If you have an account at the messaging service, you can also join chatrooms at other XMPP servers on the Internet. Because we experienced a lot of abuse from public chatrooms, we have disabled the ability for anyone to create a room.