This page explains how to allow players to join your server in Offline Mode.
What is Offline Mode?
Offline mode is a feature of Minecraft Vanilla that allows players to join a server without needing an Internet connection to authenticate their Minecraft account. This is useful for LAN parties or for players who don't own a Minecraft account. There are also many public offline-mode servers that allow players to join without a paid Minecraft account.
Offline mode servers and unauthenticated players are often referred to as cracked servers and players.
Joining the Connect Browser Hub
To join the Browser Hub as a cracked player, you can use
cracked.minekube.net to join the Connect Network.
Enabling Offline Mode
It is possible to join the Connect Network without a valid Minecraft account. By default, Connect ensures that only Mojang authenticated players can join your online mode server.
To allow unauthenticated players to join your offline-mode server, you have to set the
allow-offline-mode-players option in the Connect Plugin configuration to
Offline-mode player connections are not encrypted between the player and the Connect Network edge. Player connections are always encrypted between the Connect edge and Connect Endpoints - thanks to Connect Tunnels.